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Diversity Peer Educators Build Inclusive Communities at
Growing up queer and biracial, Ashlee Bonsi has had her share of uncomfortable, and sometimes downright painful, interactions with educators and peers who would make jokes that were thinly veiled with casual, harmful racism.
Rutgers Big Chill 5K draws 2,000 runners
On an unseasonably warm December morning, more than 2,000 runners participated in the Rutgers Big Chill 5K.
Homecoming Bed Races Return for 13th Year
More than 130 students pushed beds down Sicard Street in the Homecoming Tradition.
Rutgers Involvement Fair Returns to Campus with Increas
After a year of being online, the Rutgers Involvement Fair returned on Tuesday to the streets of the College Avenue campus.
What to Bring for Living on Campus at Rutgers
Rutgers Residence Life recently shared tips for students moving into university housing this fall semester.
Rutgers Staff Come Together for COVID-19 Educational Ou
Staff from the Division of Student Affairs, Rutgers University Police, and Rutgers Hillel came together to do COVID-19 related educational outreach...
SJE Appoints First Black, Queer, Male Director
Keywuan Caulk talks about today’s social justice movements and opportunities they create to build more inclusive communities at Rutgers.
Rutgers’ Cultural Center Collaborative Hosts #BlackLive
About 400 students, faculty, staff and others came together in a call for justice and an end to racial violence in a virtual vigil that brought the Rutgers community together.
Salvador Mena Draws on Childhood Challenges
The vice chancellor for student affairs at Rutgers-New Brunswick provides support during pandemic.
Scarlet Knights Siblings Give Back in a Big Way
Just two and a half years after hosting a 5K to raise awareness around mental health in honor of their father...
On The Air
Nestled in a small corner of the Livingston Student Center lives the genre-defying radio show, 90.3 The Core.