Nursing

Elizabeth Davis is in her fourth year studying at the Rutgers School of Nursing. Liz chose the nursing major because she has always known that she has an interest in the healthcare field. At a young age Liz would carry around a pretend medical kit and treat all the “boo-boos” on the stuffed animals and…

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Community Service at Rutgers: Imani Reed

Imani Reed is a Rutgers junior studying Linguistics and Spanish and is a Service Day Coordinator for the Student Volunteer Council. Recently I had the opportunity to take a tour of New Brunswick. It was a very interesting experience for me because I thought I knew New Brunswick well, but aside from my occasional walks…

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Hangry O’Clock

Every day there’s a class that you dread. Sometimes it’s because you didn’t do the homework the night before (Game of Thrones Season Premiere…how can you do work after that, am I right?), or maybe you had a mandatory extremely important social gathering to go to (everyone who’s anyone was going to be there). Or,…

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Transforming Transgender Norms at Rutgers

Aiden De Abreu, a Criminal Justice major at the School of Arts and Sciences, is making waves at Rutgers. Working as a Community Service Officer for the Rutgers University Police Department and the Office Manager at the Rutgers Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities, he has made Transgender activism visible at all ends…

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History & Political Science

Kimberly Lin is a junior at Rutgers majoring in History & Political Science (a joint major), and she will be either majoring or minoring in Economics. Kimberly says that history, culture, and foreign relations have always been her passion, but she never knew what she could do in those fields until she did a bit of…

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Psychology

Joseph DeAngelis is a junior in the School of Arts and Sciences majoring in Psychology and minoring in Cognitive Science. He highly recommends the fields of psychology and cognitive science to those who are interested in the human thought process and who like utilizing different fields as part of a study as a whole. “Thinking is…

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A Stroll Through Rutgers Gardens

Take a break from the hustle and bustle of city life to appreciate a little bit of nature at Rutgers Gardens. If you haven’t been to Rutgers Gardens, it’s about time you go check it out. You have to take a car to get there, but it’s worth the trip. Not only are there beautiful…

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All Adventurous Women Do

The term Pioneer Woman has incredible conviction, and few embody it better than Jasmeet Bawa. Jasmeet, a current Rutgers senior majoring in Cognitive Science and minoring in Philosophy and Education, is a woman who has refused to be limited by any means. She is the current Editor in Chief of the Anthologist, the oldest literary magazine…

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Aerospace Engineering

Will Allison is in his last year at Rutgers in the School of Engineering majoring in Aerospace Engineering. He mainly focuses on researching and designing rockets. “Researching and designing them is the best way to work with rockets short of flying them… There’s so much history yet to be written on aircraft design; it’s a ripe…

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How to Get Free Things at Rutgers

If you ask around campus about what it’s like to be a student at Rutgers, one of the responses will inevitably be about all the free stuff you accumulate. Here is your handy guide on how to get it: #1: Be a First-Year Student If you’re just starting out your career as a Rutgers student, you’re all…

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From the City to the Mountains

“There are some good things to be said about walking. Not many, but some. Walking takes longer, for example, than any other known form of locomotion except crawling. Thus it stretches time and prolongs life. Life is already too short to waste on speed. I have a friend who’s always in a hurry; he never…

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#iamrutgers: New School Year, New Ambitions

During the afternoon hours of the first Friday of the Fall semester, College Avenue was bustling with students. The biannual Involvement Fair, which features over 400 student organizations in an open setting, was attracting students from all over the University. Any student could walk right up to a table and start getting involved on campus. The area by…

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