Be The Mentor You Wish You Had

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.

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Thank you, Scarlet Knight

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.

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Student Spotlight: Muna Ilogu

“In this generation we can be selfish sometimes. It’s not really about me. I serve a purpose on this earth.” Students at Rutgers University go through many different experiences whether they’re commuting, interning, or even traveling. Students are encouraged to participate in events on and off campus. Sometimes students participate during their travels to different countries. It…

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10 Easy Ways to Get Involved in Community Service at Rutgers

“Volunteers have a 27% higher likelihood of finding a job” – Corporation for National & Community Service Community service is more than giving back to the community. It’s an opportunity to learn about important social problems, gain valuable technical and practical skills, meet influential people, and grow as a person. Needless to say, volunteering is an…

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Blending In and Standing Out: Rutgers Through a Global Lens

    The typical college-goers experience is generally an overwhelming one from all the change they undergo. Moving to a new city away from family and friends? Check. Starting from scratch and forming an entirely new social circle? Check. Your emotional life momentarily sent into a state of disequilibrium? Check times infinity. The amount of…

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Working at The Medium: An Update

In 2011, I Am Rutgers published an article depicting the work environment at The Medium, the entertainment weekly of Rutgers University. Three and a half years later, I Am Rutgers revisited the student organization to get an updated look at the making of its satire publication. If you’ve ever seen someone pick up a publication at one…

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RU Pilot Me

Going to school in an urban town gives Rutgers students a unique advantage to work with the local community. As college students, we are always looking for a way to give back to the community that has hosted our years here. And a Rutgers organization has done just that. RU Pilot me is a mentoring…

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Rutgers University Aresty Research: Monika Masanam

This piece is part of the Rutgers University Aresty Research series, in which we highlight the various experiences of Peer Instructors and former Aresty undergraduate Research Assistants.  Monika Masanam is a Peer Instructor and former summer science researcher with the Aresty Research program. Here, she discusses the work she does and explains the different opportunities Aresty…

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Rutgers University Aresty Research: Jackie Bradli

This piece is part of the Rutgers University Aresty Research series, in which we highlight the various experiences of Peer Instructors and former Aresty undergraduate Research Assistants.  Jackie Bradli is a Peer Instructor and Research Assistant for the Aresty Research Center. Here, she talks about her research pertaining to gravitational lensing and the benefits of being…

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Rutgers University Aresty Research: What Have You Learned?

This piece is part of the Rutgers University Aresty Research series, in which we highlight the various experiences of Peer Instructors and former Aresty undergraduate research assistants. 

Some Aresty research assistants and peer instructors share the valuable lessons they learned while participating in undergraduate research.

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Rutgers University Aresty Research: What Kind Of Research Do You Do?

This piece is part of the Rutgers University Aresty Research series, in which we highlight the various experiences of Peer Instructors and former Aresty undergraduate Research Assistants.  We sat down with current and former Aresty undergraduate Research Assistants as they explained what kinds of projects they worked on and what their experiments taught them. Get a…

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Rutgers University Aresty Research: Dennis Sholler

This piece is part of the Rutgers University Aresty Research series, in which we highlight the various experiences of Peer Instructors and former Aresty undergraduate Research Assistants.  Dennis Sholler is an undergraduate Research Assistant and Peer Instructor with the Aresty Research program. We sat down with Dennis as he explained his research on the effects of…

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