The Paul Robeson Cultural Center, while acting as a safe space for black-identified students, carries notable Rutgers alum Paul Robeson’s legacy.
Eighteen student leaders collaborated to create Rutger’s five core values that define us as Scarlet Knights: Authenticity, Inclusivity, Responsibility, Resilience, and Engagement.
LEx Leader Corps provides an experiential leadership opportunity for first-year students called “Leadership Quest.”
Rutgers Enactus is helping launch a national gourmet popcorn brand alongside adults with autism.
HackHERS is an annual event on campus that promotes diversity and inclusion while also encouraging creativity, equality and education in STEM fields. Check out our coverage of HackHERS 2017.
These students are working hard both inside and outside of class. Learn what inspires them and how to motivate yourself to stay true to your fitness goals this semester.
Aswan Carbonell, a senior majoring in political science and minoring in entrepreneurship and music is the host and creator of Woke Radio. The show went on air this semester, and airs every Thursday from 10pm-12am on one of Rutgers own channels, WRSU.
“We wanted to read more books by black authors…we wanted to be more well-versed in their literature, more well-versed in our own history.” –Melissa James, treasurer of PuBLACations, the first Black book club on campus.
Find out more about the Rutgers West Indian Student Organization and the many annual campus events it hosts celebrating diversity and cultural exploration.
Rutgers NO MORE is generating awareness regarding domestic violence and sexual assault by starting important conversations within different organizations around campus. Find out more about their mission to break downs stigmas and encourage bystander intervention.