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.
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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.
Aswan Carbonell, a senior majoring in political science and minoring in entrepreneurship and music is the host and creator of Woke Radio. The show went on air this semester, and airs every Thursday from 10pm-12am on one of Rutgers own channels, WRSU.
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.