Senior Reflections: Teddy Aretakis

I Am Rutgers will be counting down the days until the Class of 2015 graduation with our weekly series called Senior Reflections. Tune in every Thursday to learn more about your fellow peers as they tell us about their past few years at Rutgers. This week we are featuring graduating senior Teddy Aretakis. He shared with…

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Senior Reflections: Cierra Kaler-Jones

I Am Rutgers will be counting down the days until the Class of 2015 graduation with our weekly series called Senior Reflections. Tune in every Thursday to learn more about your fellow peers as they tell us about their past few years at Rutgers. This week we are featuring graduating senior Cierra Kaler-Jones, as she explains…

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RA Insights: Ismelka Gómez

As a Voorhees Hall Resident Assistant, Ismelka Gómez oversees first year students and aides in their transition to college as they become acquainted with life at Rutgers.  While this is her first year working as a Residence Life RA, Ismelka’s experience as an RA of the SAS Education Opportunity Fund Program for the summer of…

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Letters To My First-Year Self: Masiel Torres

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. We are looking for contributions to this series, so if you’d like to participate, please send your reflection to I Am Rutgers…

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Shakespearing at Rutgers

“I should write a book” is a passing thought that many of us have. However, it is usually followed by something like “should I order pizza or sushi for dinner?” Joe Mankowski, a senior at Rutgers, thought about writing a book and ended up drafting seven by the age of 22. Joe is majoring in…

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RA Insights: Bernard Lin

Bernard Lin, a fourth-year Classics major in the School of Arts and Sciences, is unlike most Rutgers students in that he has spent the entirety of his college career living in the same building on the same floor. After being placed on the honors floor of Lynton Tower North during his first year, Bernard decided…

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Senior Reflections: Nick Rapon

I Am Rutgers will be counting down the days until the Class of 2015 graduation with our weekly series called Senior Reflections. Tune in every Thursday to learn more about your fellow peers as they tell us about their past few years at Rutgers. This week we are featuring Rutgers graduating senior Nick Rapon, as he…

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Rutgers Alternative Breaks: Esha Vaid

Esha Vaid is a junior at Rutgers University. She is majoring in psychology and minoring in statistics. For me, participating in Alternative Breaks has been a life changing experience. I have been on two trips now and I feel like I have grown so much through each one. In March 2014, I started my Alternative…

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Senior Reflections: Roxanne Dalere

I Am Rutgers will be counting down the days until the Class of 2015 graduation with our weekly series called Senior Reflections. Tune in every Thursday to learn more about your fellow peers as they tell us about their past few years at Rutgers. This week we are featuring Rutgers Senior Roxanne Dalere. We sat down…

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Senior Reflections: Sara Miller

I Am Rutgers will be counting down the days until the Class of 2015 graduation with our weekly series called Senior Reflections. Tune in every Thursday to learn more about your fellow peers as they tell us what their past few years at Rutgers have been like. This week we are featuring Rutgers senior Sara Miller.…

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Senior Reflections: Emily Dalton

I Am Rutgers will be counting down the days until the Class of 2015 graduates with the weekly series Senior Reflections. Tune in every Thursday to learn more about your fellow peers as they tell us what their past few years at Rutgers have been like. Our very first reflection features Rutgers senior Emily Dalton discussing how…

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Rutgers Alumna: Meegan Adames

Meegan Adames, Class of 2002, is one of many alumni who have called Rutgers home. Thanks to the Rutgers Five-Year Teacher Education Program, Meegan was able to graduate with a Masters degree in Elementary Education. Meegan’s  journey at Rutgers began similar to that of many first years. She explains, “Coming in, I didn’t know what I…

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