With exams in our midst, we must seek a study spot to claim our own. Here are some neat spots if you have no idea where you can study on each campus.
Find out how Deondre chose Rutgers and has taken advantage of the opportunities and extracurriculars offered. He is on his way to graduate in Journalism and Media Studies in May 2017. He’s landed an internship with CNN and hopes to work in sports production after graduation.
As the youngest in her family, Allison set expectations to follow in the footsteps of her brother and sister. As she began her journey at Rutgers she realized that she had to leave her own footsteps. Learn about Allison’s self-discovery of her passions and career endeavors.
Since coming to Rutgers, Nick Cahill embarked on a successful weight loss journey, got involved in a fraternity and numerous on-campus organizations, and turned his passion for history into numerous internship opportunities. Find out how Nick is making the most of his college journey.
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. Trapa reminds her first-year self to be ambitious and build a stable support system to help support her throughout college.
“I knew that I wanted to do something meaningful so I could be involved in college.” International Students at Rutgers can sometimes have a different journey at Rutgers than others. Take a look into what Henry Yeh has been up to throughout his Rutgers experience and how he has thrived along the way.
“Everything I do surrounds bodily autonomy, reproductive justice, combating systemic and racial oppression, and understanding the power of language, which has the ability to shape how we make and create lived realities, policies, spaces, and knowledge.” Find out how Patrice Williams, a fourth year Douglass student, is making a difference at Rutgers and the surrounding communities.
Chioma Egekeze has been a Scarlet Knight since birth! She loved Rutgers from the first time she visited Rutgers Day when she was young. Discover how her passion for Public Health has led her to prepare for graduate and law school.
Katherine Lau, a recent Rutgers graduate, aims to make a difference in the lives of others through her exploration of the biomedical engineering field. While at Rutgers, she helped build a 3-D prosthetic hand for a young girl back in her home town of Las Vegas, Nevada! Read more about her passion for research and development as well as her plans for the future.
The start of a new semester means countless opportunities to get involved with student organizations. Find out how to navigate the Rutgers Involvement Fair with tips and tricks to help you find the organizations that are right for you.