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James Duderstadt, president emeritus and professor of science and engineering at the University of Michigan, led his lecture about the future of American education at yesterday’s talk. 
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James Duderstadt, president emeritus and professor of science and engineering at the University of Michigan, led his lecture about the future of American education at yesterday’s talk. 

On Wednesday night, Chancellor Debasish Dutta spoke with students at the Academic Building about the financial support and diversity in graduate education programs. Currently, Rutgers ranks last within the Big Ten Academic Alliance for graduate student financial support.
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On Wednesday night, Chancellor Debasish Dutta spoke with students at the Academic Building about the financial support and diversity in graduate education programs. Currently, Rutgers ranks last within the Big Ten Academic Alliance for graduate student financial support.

The annual RU Muddy event at Rutgers encourages students to get outside and partake in 3.5 miles of obstacles, trails and water crossings. Hundreds of students and faculty took part in this year’s run and the festivities that followed.
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The annual RU Muddy event at Rutgers encourages students to get outside and partake in 3.5 miles of obstacles, trails and water crossings. Hundreds of students and faculty took part in this year’s run and the festivities that followed.

In past years, students taking part in Scarlet Day of Service have done community outreach at nursing homes, food pantries and on the streets, cleaning up litter.
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In past years, students taking part in Scarlet Day of Service have done community outreach at nursing homes, food pantries and on the streets, cleaning up litter.

Douglass College celebrated the beginning of its 100th year with a chance for the institution's alumni, students and faculty to come together. The kickoff event included food, giveaways and the creation of a giant centennial banner.
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Douglass College celebrated the beginning of its 100th year with a chance for the institution's alumni, students and faculty to come together. The kickoff event included food, giveaways and the creation of a giant centennial banner.

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