While at Rutgers, Dan learned to embody the Knights’ Call in everything he did.
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.
Sydney’s transition to a new school 3000 miles away from home was tough, but through Rutgers she has been able to immerse her creativity in her work and make new friends.
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. Mercedes emphasizes the importance of self-love and reminds her first-year self to live in the present rather than constantly worrying about the future.
Shantell Missouri’s college career has been full of ups and downs, but she wouldn’t trade it for the world. Find out how she got involved on campus as an orientation leader and Scarlet Ambassador, and how she dealt with having to take a semester off from college due to financial struggles.
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.
Richa Patel, a Molecular Biology and Biochemistry and Public Health double major, was the co-president of Operation Smiles and a member of the national-service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega this past year. She’s done all of this while dedicating her undergrad years at Rutgers to a competitive pre-med track and recently graduated last month.
The Collaborative Mentoring Program at Rutgers enables Rutgers students to mentor and empower younger students and help put them on college-bound trajectories. Find out how you can serve those in the New Brunswick area.
Whether she’s watching The Simpsons or searching for new places to explore, Danielle Amato is always trying to enjoy life. As a senior here at Rutgers, she is always trying to make the most of all her experiences. A normal day for Danielle includes classes such as the Psychology of Intimate Relationships and Supportive Communication, both of…