Richel was considered the ‘jack of all trades’ when she was younger and had a difficult time finding her own direction. It wasn’t until she came to Rutgers that she found what she was truly passionate about.
“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.
Robert Kertz has risen through the ranks of Rutgers’ Navy ROTC Program and is going to serve our country on a U.S. Navy submarine post graduation. Find out how Robert became interested in the Navy and how he balanced ROTC with academics.
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.
Colin Pieters tells the story of how joining a Rutgers flag football team shaped his college experience and impacted him for the better.
Recent graduate, Alex Thesing, transformed his childhood passion for theme parks into a career by double majoring in Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning and Design while at Rutgers. Find out how Alex turned his interests into a career and how he landed his dream internship at Disney in the Horticulture Department.
The Scarlet Knight is one of the most well-known and beloved members of the Rutgers community. Here are just a few reasons why we believe the Scarlet Knight is the best mascot around.
College is a place where students focus on academics and enjoy a vibrant social life, but it is also a place where money can be spent carelessly. Here are some quick ways to save money and earn money while balancing college demands.
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…
Have you ever had a semester that you took for granted only to end up cringing at your grades, wishing you could redo things? It’s typical for a lot of students to fail to regulate their study habits when they transition into the majestic university life – often attempting a juggling act between social life, sleep, clubs and…