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Earlier this year, the Department of Transportation removed 50 metered spots along College Avenue to make space for designated bicycle and bus lanes. They have since made alternative parking options available for students.

Original planning for the Eating Disorder Awareness Symposium at Rutgers was initiated last semester and took place on March 1, which intersected with both National Eating Disorder Awareness week and National Nutrition Month.

Participants and spectators gathered in the Cook Student Center on Feb. 18 for the third annual HackHers event. The 24 hour hackathon focuses on women in computer science and engineering fields.

On Wednesday the New Jersey Department of Transportation will shut down multiple lanes on Route 18 to install construction signs. This will mark the beginning of a six-month Adaptive Traffic Signal System project.

Jelani Cobb, a Rutgers alumnus and writer for the New Yorker was the keynote speaker for Monday's event. MLK Dream Week celebrations will continue through Friday. 

Rutgers eSports held its first open gaming competition on Dec. 4, inviting gamers from around the east coast to participate.

The Pakistani Student Association hosted a charity dinner to feed about 30 homeless New Jersey residents last week right before the Thanksgiving holiday.

On Saturday, the Rutgers Engineerring Honors Council hosted a problem solving competition in which students proposed ways to increase school pride.

Freshman middle blocker Jasmine Stackhouse stands at ninth in the Big Ten in blocks per set with 1.19 through 21 games in her first season.

Assemblywoman Shavonda Sumter (D-35) spoke about the upcoming election at Hidden Grounds on Tuesday night. The Majority Conference Leader said it is important for people to vote regardless of whether they dislike all the candidates or not.

Freshman setter Megan Sharkey will feature in her first Big Ten conference game against No. 18 Penn State Wednesday.

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