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Letters To My First-Year Self: Masiel Torres

Letters To My First-Year Self: Masiel Torres

Masiel Torres March 6, 2015 0

This piece is part of the Letters to My First-Year Self series in which students (current or past) look back on their first year here at Rutgers and give advice to their former selves. We

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She’s the First: Rutgers – Jersey Roots, Global Reach

She’s the First: Rutgers – Jersey Roots, Global Reach

Kelly Rogers March 6, 2015 0

Distracted by the social, academic, and financial demands of college life, students often neglect to fully appreciate the extensive educational opportunities around them.  She’s the First, a national organization with a recently established chapter

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Letters To My First-Year Self: Gopi Patolia

Letters To My First-Year Self: Gopi Patolia

Student Life March 4, 2015 0

This piece is part of the Letters to My First-Year Self series in which students (current or past) look back on their first year here at Rutgers and give advice to their former selves. We

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Consider Studying Here Instead

Consider Studying Here Instead

Ruchika Devalapalli March 3, 2015 0

With that first wave of exams about to crash (or maybe it already crashed), the main libraries and student centers will soon be overpopulated with students trying to cram in all of the studying and paper writing

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Is Off-Campus Housing for You?

Is Off-Campus Housing for You?

Ruchika Devalapalli February 27, 2015 0

So the housing lottery went out, you diligently filled out the roommate questionnaire, and you submitted your application in a timely fashion. Fast-forward a couple of days later and you get an email in

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Black Men’s Collective

Black Men’s Collective

Masiel Torres February 26, 2015 0

“Each One Reach One”: short, simple, yet powerful. Originated by Julius Nyerere, founder of Tanzania, this statement has become the motto of the Black Men’s Collective, an organization that is aimed at empowering and

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Shakespearing at Rutgers

Shakespearing at Rutgers

tatianna amatruda February 25, 2015 0

“I should write a book” is a passing thought that many of us have. However, it is usually followed by something like “should I order pizza or sushi for dinner?” Joe Mankowski, a senior

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Public Health

Public Health

Masiel Torres February 23, 2015 0

Eliz Rivera-Torres is a sophomore at Rutgers who plans on double majoring in Public Health and Latino & Hispanic Caribbean Studies in the School of Arts and Sciences with a minor in Health & Society.

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RA Insights: Bernard Lin

RA Insights: Bernard Lin

Kelly Rogers February 19, 2015 0

Bernard Lin, a fourth-year Classics major in the School of Arts and Sciences, is unlike most Rutgers students in that he has spent the entirety of his college career living in the same building

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Senior Reflections: Nick Rapon

Senior Reflections: Nick Rapon

Daisy Fernandez February 19, 2015 0

I Am Rutgers will be counting down the days until the Class of 2015 graduation with our weekly series called Senior Reflections. Tune in every Thursday to learn more about your fellow peers as

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