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Finance

Finance

Lamar Boone April 21, 2014 0

Cristina is a junior in the Rutgers Business School who is double majoring in Finance and Marketing. She has also chosen to pursue a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies. Cristina says she chose business

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Marketing

Marketing

Yegide Matthews April 18, 2014 0

Cristina is a junior in the Rutgers Business School who is double majoring in Finance and Marketing. She has also chosen to pursue a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies. Cristina says she chose business

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Taste of Spring

Taste of Spring

Cindy Leonardo April 16, 2014 0

With the temperature rising, we have finally moved away from the snowy weather. Below are a few students, who took their first shot at showcasing their favorite spring trends around campus. Each student is

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Mathematics

Mathematics

Daisy Fernandez April 14, 2014 0

Kristen Huang is a sophomore double majoring in Mathematics and Psychology, with a minor in Business Administration. “This usually leads to raised eyebrows and questions like “wow, are you crazy?” and “are you going

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Cell Biology & Neuroscience

Cell Biology & Neuroscience

Daisy Fernandez April 9, 2014 0

Dennis is a junior in the School of Arts and Sciences, majoring in Cell Biology and Neuroscience. He highly recommends the Cell Biology & Neuroscience major to any student interested in science-intensive disciplines and

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Marine Science

Marine Science

Daisy Fernandez April 8, 2014 Comments Off

Lauren is a Marine Science major with a minor in Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior. The focus of her interest is marine invertebrates. “Organisms, like oysters, have thousands of genes that enable them to

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Daring to Dream: Cycling for a Cause

Daring to Dream: Cycling for a Cause

Kaitlin Rogers March 11, 2014 Comments Off

What happens when college students set their sights on raising one million dollars for kids with cancer and blood disorders? You get Dream4TK, or Dream For the Kids, an initiative that involved 5 students

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Making a Difference in Tanzania

Making a Difference in Tanzania

Daisy Fernandez February 26, 2014 Comments Off

For some, volunteering simply means heading over to a local food kitchen and lending a helping hand. However, Shanzay Farzan, a second year majoring in mechanical aerospace engineering and minoring in Japanese, took a

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Spending the Holidays in Europe

Spending the Holidays in Europe

Daisy Fernandez February 24, 2014 Comments Off

This past winter break, Kolrick Greathouse a graduate student at Rutgers, spent the holidays abroad in the United Kingdom visiting his brother who is stationed there with the Air Force. While many of us

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Scuba Diving In The Bahamas

Scuba Diving In The Bahamas

Daisy Fernandez February 18, 2014 Comments Off

For many, the Bahamas conjures up the idea of a tranquil paradise, a place where you can escape from it all. That is exactly what Phil Lubik, a senior at Rutgers majoring in Mechanical

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