Mr. & Mrs. Mediterranean

The Association of Mediterranean Organizations at Rutgers University (A.M.O.R) along with other organizations hosted Mr. and Mrs. Mediterranean this year. This charity event was held to raise awareness and funds for the children of Syria. Participants wore traditional outfits representing their country and went through a series of rounds in which judges scored each of…

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Cleaner Community, Better Environment: Scarlet Day of Service

The Scarlet Day of Service was a great way for over 400 students to volunteer around the Rutgers – New Brunswick community.  Not only did individuals participate in this event but Rutgers Greek organizations also took a huge part in participating as well.  It is always great to see students helping out to make their…

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An em[POWER]ed Community

The collegiate chapter of em[POWER] at Rutgers University offers a not-for-profit organization that focuses on community service through connecting the resources of Emerging Markets professionals worldwide to improve the conditions of their communities. They focus on investing in at-risk youth from the ages of 10-24 to provide them with the tools and resources that they…

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Stroll or Die Competition

The Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Incorporated presented their 4th annual Stroll or Die Competition in early April 2012. The classic party walk competition included performances by various fraternities and sororities from all over campus. The event also featured dance performances from a high school squad ranked number two in the country as well as other…

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Dancing Into a New Confidence

In our very own College Avenue Gym, students learn about a major part of Latino culture, get prepped for international competitions, and gain confidence in a very unique way. Welcome to the fast-paced and intricate art of salsa dancing. RU Salsa is the university club dedicated to teaching and practicing this Latin tradition with over…

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Rising From the Ashes

Over the years, hundreds of students have found a second home at Gamma Sigma, the only co-educational, interfaith, inter-racial, social fraternity on campus. Following a strong policy of inclusion and acceptance, a few members share what it means to be a brother and how Gamma Sigma makes a difference in the Rutgers community. Golda Speyer…

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Jamming to Disney

With the stress of exams and upcoming project due dates, students need a break to relax and de-stress.  So when they had a choice to study or sing Disney songs during Karaoke Night, which did they choose? Karaoke, of course. Karaoke Night, hosted by the Rutgers University  Programming Association, was an amazing success. One of…

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Go Team Go!

The strategic play of the American Go Game is no challenge for the members of the Rutgers Go Club. Go not only gives current students a chance to play non-competitive games twice a week, but it has a growing fan base for alumnus of the organization.

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Working at the Medium

The Medium is a weekly satirical publication produced by University students for the entertainment of the student community. “We have more of a mission to entertain RU,” said Katie Davis, the publication’s editor-in-chief. “We’re trying to raise the standards for creating quality entertainment.”  The publication, funded by RUSA Allocations and one of the most widely…

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Pehchaan for Pratham

Tons of students gathered together in the State Theater on Livingston Avenue on Sunday, November 13th for “Pehchaan: Dare to Define,” the annual Association of Indians at Rutgers (AIR) show. Showcasing the artistic and cultural talents of students and various Greek organizations at Rutgers, the AIR show advocated and raised money for Pratham, a UNICEF…

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Rock the House!

In early November, students from various organizations came together to Rock the House for the Ronald McDonald House Charities. Indie bands from all over New Jersey came out to show their support and share their music. To start off the show on a strong note, the first performer of the night was Harpoon Forever.  From…

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Service Through Teamwork

The collegiate chapter of Alpha Phi Omega at Rutgers University embodies a co-ed service fraternity that participates in a variety of on and off campus service events to help out the community. A couple of the APO brothers, Kyle Narcoonis (President), Pathik Parikh (Sergeant-at-arms), Teresa Cicci (Section Representative), and Bhumika Patel (Junior Sectionals Representative) sit…

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