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Dance Marathon volunteers hold up numbers on stage at the
College Avenue Gym to announce the final amount of money raised for
the Embrace Kids Foundation.
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Dance Marathon volunteers hold up numbers on stage at the College Avenue Gym to announce the final amount of money raised for the Embrace Kids Foundation.

Rutgers Business School first-year student Pavel Sokolov, left,
helps School of Arts and Sciences first-year student Renee
Rosiecki, right, to register during NJPIRG's 'Rock the Vote.'
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Rutgers Business School first-year student Pavel Sokolov, left, helps School of Arts and Sciences first-year student Renee Rosiecki, right, to register during NJPIRG's 'Rock the Vote.'

Participants stretch before a dance session yesterday during the
12th annual Dance Marathon in the College Avenue Gym. Volunteers
raised more than $378K in this year's 32-hour event. All proceeds
will support the Embrace Kids Foundation.
NEWS

 

Participants stretch before a dance session yesterday during the 12th annual Dance Marathon in the College Avenue Gym. Volunteers raised more than $378K in this year's 32-hour event. All proceeds will support the Embrace Kids Foundation.

Empower Our Neighborhoods volunteers Mike Shanahan, left;
Avianna Perez, middle; and Kristen Clarke, right, rally support for
the city ward campaign yesterday outside Brower Commons on the
College Avenue campus.
NEWS

 

Empower Our Neighborhoods volunteers Mike Shanahan, left; Avianna Perez, middle; and Kristen Clarke, right, rally support for the city ward campaign yesterday outside Brower Commons on the College Avenue campus.

Stephen Hilger, a School of Arts and Sciences first-year
student, performs at Wednesday's comedy festival. He was one of 19
competitors vying for the Good Humor Award and $1,000 cash
prize.
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Stephen Hilger, a School of Arts and Sciences first-year student, performs at Wednesday's comedy festival. He was one of 19 competitors vying for the Good Humor Award and $1,000 cash prize.

Rainbow-colored shirts flutter in the autumnal air personalized
for or by victims of violence. The yearly Clothesline Project
represents victims who have suffered domestic and sexual assault as
well as those who have died.
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Rainbow-colored shirts flutter in the autumnal air personalized for or by victims of violence. The yearly Clothesline Project represents victims who have suffered domestic and sexual assault as well as those who have died.

Intersect Fund Co-Founder Rohan Mathew speaks to potential city
entrepreneurs about how the organization can help clients turn
business ideas into reality at the Social Entrepreneurship Event on
Sept. 14 on the College Avenue campus.
NEWS

 

Intersect Fund Co-Founder Rohan Mathew speaks to potential city entrepreneurs about how the organization can help clients turn business ideas into reality at the Social Entrepreneurship Event on Sept. 14 on the College Avenue campus.

The Biomedicial Engineering building on Busch campus has a new
sculpture to adorn its exterior. The sculpture was made of
multi-sized recycled pipes, which give the impression of 3-D
velocity.
NEWS

 

The Biomedicial Engineering building on Busch campus has a new sculpture to adorn its exterior. The sculpture was made of multi-sized recycled pipes, which give the impression of 3-D velocity.

Students raise more than $2,000 for the Juvenile Diabetes
Research Foundation Sunday during a volleyball tournament on Busch
campus. The competition had 12 teams, and the winner received
$200.
NEWS

 

Students raise more than $2,000 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Sunday during a volleyball tournament on Busch campus. The competition had 12 teams, and the winner received $200.

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