As a graduating senior, Danielle is grateful for the experiences she’s had while at Rutgers, ranging from her time at the Daily Targum to her internships with Vivala, Stella McCartney and HGTV.
While at Rutgers, Taylor has learned to be comfortable with uncertainty, follow her passions, and step outside of her comfort zone in order to make the most of her college experience.
Rutgers Enactus is helping launch a national gourmet popcorn brand alongside adults with autism.
Baraka’s identity is multidimensional. Rutgers’ diverse student body has enabled her to embrace all aspects of her identity and become more vocal about her beliefs.
Rixie found a sense of belonging while at Rutgers and will always view this school and community as her home away from home.
While at Rutgers, Taylor Au has learned to appreciate the little things and act with purpose.
HackHERS is an annual event on campus that promotes diversity and inclusion while also encouraging creativity, equality and education in STEM fields. Check out our coverage of HackHERS 2017.
Kelly came to Rutgers unsure of her major and career goals. Three years later, she feels much more certain about the future and is thankful to have discovered subjects she feels passionate about.
As the daughter of two immigrant Haitian parents, Kierra struggled to find a feeling of belonging growing up. It wasn’t until she came to Rutgers that she felt accepted by a diverse student body and discovered new opportunities to explore other cultures.
Ankita Veta has always been passionate about learning. Since coming to Rutgers, she has channeled this passion into a mission and is now the president of a club that fundraises money to provide scholarships for women who are the first in their families to get an education.