Artemis and Sophia Mazzini, CEO and president, respectively, of Into the Light, recently gifted (CAPS) with a $12,000 donation.
90.3 The Core offers an immersive and intimate studio space for students to express a shared interest in music and community outreach.
The Paul Robeson Culture center has been providing students with a second home for 50 years.
Recent graduate Patrick Lum reflects on his time with the Asian American Cultural Center.
Sarah and Usra Attalla created a platform for Muslim women to express themselves through art.
SJE Haul. A behind the scenes look at SJE’s annual clothing swap.
Rutgers students talk about how they plan on living out Paul Robeson’s legacy.
Actor Nico Santos discusses his experiences as a gay man and Filipino-American in Hollywood.
S.T.E.A.M. conference featured speaker Cierra Kaler-Jones shares her views on women’s empowerment.
PRCC’s mentoring program helps connect students with role models within the community.
An advocate for diversity education, Tamaj hopes to leave a lasting impact at Rutgers.
Rutgers-New Brunswick has been named a College Consensus Top 25 LGBTQA Friendly College.
Last semester, CILRU opened the doors on its new location at 122 College Avenue.
Dining services implements a text-to-order program to assist students with special dietary needs.
On a road of self-discovery, Linsey found their niche within SJE and the university’s LGBTQA community.