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Rutgers alumna, Gianna DeVietro (right) was diagnosed with Leukemia last July. The women's basketball team is planning a bone marrow drive for Sunday to register potential donors.
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Rutgers alumna, Gianna DeVietro (right) was diagnosed with Leukemia last July. The women's basketball team is planning a bone marrow drive for Sunday to register potential donors.

Courtesy of Shaheen Parveen | Shivaniben Patel and Heta Patel competed in the Yale Hindi Debate against students from several Ivy League institutions.
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Courtesy of Shaheen Parveen | Shivaniben Patel and Heta Patel competed in the Yale Hindi Debate against students from several Ivy League institutions.

Soylent, a meal replacement food technology developed by Silicon Valley’s Rob Rhinehart, would pose no easy challenge as the author tried to drink it for 30 days. KATIE PARK / NEWS EDITOR
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Soylent, a meal replacement food technology developed by Silicon Valley’s Rob Rhinehart, would pose no easy challenge as the author tried to drink it for 30 days. KATIE PARK / NEWS EDITOR

John Sabin, popularly referenced as “the saxophonist on George Street,” plays on his tenor saxophone, an instrument that dates back to 1952 on George Street in downtown New Brunswick on August 31.
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John Sabin, popularly referenced as “the saxophonist on George Street,” plays on his tenor saxophone, an instrument that dates back to 1952 on George Street in downtown New Brunswick on August 31.

Rutgers’ online master’s in Biomedical Informatics, developed in 2010, was recently ranked as the 10th best program in the United States by thebestschools.org. COURTESY OF ZIAD SIFRI
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Rutgers’ online master’s in Biomedical Informatics, developed in 2010, was recently ranked as the 10th best program in the United States by thebestschools.org. COURTESY OF ZIAD SIFRI

Fourth-year medical students Christine Mau and Chris Ojeda represent the International Surgical Health Initiative during the Health Across Borders science fair at the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, N.J. COURTESY OF ZIAD SIFRI
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Fourth-year medical students Christine Mau and Chris Ojeda represent the International Surgical Health Initiative during the Health Across Borders science fair at the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, N.J. COURTESY OF ZIAD SIFRI

Fourth-year medical students Christine Mau and Chris Ojeda represent the International Surgical Health Initiative during the Health Across Borders science fair at the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, N.J. COURTESY OF ZIAD SIFRI
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Fourth-year medical students Christine Mau and Chris Ojeda represent the International Surgical Health Initiative during the Health Across Borders science fair at the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, N.J. COURTESY OF ZIAD SIFRI

A Rutgers alumna went "manslamming" in New York City to test the notion of male entitlement in public space. 
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A Rutgers alumna went "manslamming" in New York City to test the notion of male entitlement in public space. 

Sea levels in New Jersey are rising faster than the global average, suggesting that by 2100 the landscape of the state may be drastically different.
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Sea levels in New Jersey are rising faster than the global average, suggesting that by 2100 the landscape of the state may be drastically different.

Students pasted 46 photos on the side of the Levin Theatre on Douglass campus as a part of the Inside Out Project, a worldwide art collaboration aimed at embracing communities.
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Students pasted 46 photos on the side of the Levin Theatre on Douglass campus as a part of the Inside Out Project, a worldwide art collaboration aimed at embracing communities.

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