With exams in our midst, we must seek a study spot to claim our own. Here are some neat spots if you have no idea where you can study on each campus.
New Brunswick residents and Rutgers students collaborate in a Pop-Up Art Fair. They showcased music, fashion, and artwork.
Tatianna came to Rutgers with a completely different mindset on what she wanted to do in life. After being asked what she really enjoyed doing, she focused on her passion. Ever since, she’s had various internships and been inducted in one of the most esteemed honor societies at Rutgers.
Radio shows have historically provided its listeners with a way to stay in the loop about current events, while also providing a source of entertainment where people can detach from the stresses of daily life. Woke Radio is a radio show that aims to do just that. Aswan Carbonell, a senior majoring in political science and…
Jason Gaines tells the story of how the Rutgers Future Scholar Program helped shape his identity and affinity for Rutgers, as well as how he dealt with the untimely death of his mother.
Find out how Deondre chose Rutgers and has taken advantage of the opportunities and extracurriculars offered. He is on his way to graduate in Journalism and Media Studies in May 2017. He’s landed an internship with CNN and hopes to work in sports production after graduation.
Safaa Khan’s hijab has ignited her desire to stand up for marginalized communities and defy inaccurate stereotypes. Her decision to wear her hijab while at Rutgers has enabled her to not just be okay with her identity, but to be proud of it.
When her 6th-grade reading curriculum created the overwhelming combined feeling of underrepresentation and boredom, an 11-year-old New Jersey native by the name of Marley Dias received national acclaim when she took matters into her own hands. She was tired of reading about “White boys and their dogs,” she told Larry Wilmore on The Nightly Show. So,…
Caribbean Day, which happens each spring on the Busch Campus outside of the Paul Robeson Cultural Center, is an event of many performances. The festival hosts various performance groups who showcase a range of art styles from rap sets to fashion shows, Caribbean dance and a steel drum band. At the festival the crowd is a mosaic…
From a young age, a love for competition and sports has fueled Julia. Whether cheering on her beloved Patriots or pushing herself to be the victor, her fierce spirit has never faded. Find out how Julia’s passion for sports helped her discover her place here at Rutgers.