Inside Rutgers Archive
Inside Rutgers provides an informative glimpse at campus life, focusing on student interests and concerns, and showcasing student-oriented events. Enjoy an in-depth look at current issues impacting the university such as public safety, budgeting, and scheduling. (Windows Media player or Flip4Mac are required to view.)
Inside Rutgers - Season 16: Episode 5 (WMV): Latifah Chambers and Leeann Montalbano host the fifth and final episode of Inside Rutgers for the Spring 2011 semester. First off, Katelyn Hunt provides us vital information on a great way to learn about student jobs on campus provided by the Student Employment Office. Krystle Rich gives us an exclusive Player Profile on Rutgers Senior and Men’s Lacrosse member Brain Shemesh. We then hit the streets to see how much students knew about this year’s university commencement ceremony. And lastly, Philip O’Driscoll fills us in on the great efforts of Rutgers very own Seeing Eye Puppy Raising club and how you can get involved.
Inside Rutgers - Season 16: Episode 4 (WMV): Latifah Chambers and Michael Kichura host the fourth episode of Inside Rutgers for the Spring 2011 semester. First, Krystle Rich provides an exclusive interview with Rutgers baseball players Michael Lang, Tyler Gebler and Russ Hopkins. Next we hit the streets with Philip O’Driscoll to see what your peers are expecting of this year’s annual Rutgers Fest. Then we take a break from regular programming and enjoyed an insightful campus safety video provided by Rutgers Camden. And we then end the show visiting Sa ‘De Alston at Echo Point to check out amazing tricks involving string and a spool all thanks to the Rutgers YoYo club.
Inside Rutgers - Season 16: Episode 3 (WMV): Latifah Chambers and Jennifer Ortiz host the third episode of Inside Rutgers for the Spring 2011 semester. The show begins by informing students interested in College Student Affairs of Rutgers new College Student Affairs program. Next, Shannel Douglas sits down with 2009 Clinique Fresh Face winner and Rutgers Junior Misha Bernier. After that Sa’De Alston witnesses Eric LeGrand’s first public appearance since his football injury. Amy O’Hara then gives us insight into Rutgers RU Strong Competition. Lastly, Kenya Catching visits the Martial Arts club to learn the basics of being a Martial Arts fighter.
Inside Rutgers - Season 16: Episode 2 (WMV): Latifah Chambers and Nyerere Hodge host the second episode of Inside Rutgers for Spring 2011 semester. First, Ramathia DeFreese takes us on a trip through Rutgers University’s virtual website “WhereRU” and sits down to discuss its purpose and future plans with the Creators. Next, Shannel Douglas sits down with Rutgers Student Google Ambassador Tara Kousha who shares her double duties as an ambassador and a student. After that we take it to the streets to celebrate Dr, Seuss’s Birthday and see the many ways the famous children’s author has made a difference in our peer’s childhood. In celebration of Women’s “Herstory” month we then pay tribute to the Rutgers Woman behind today’s Douglass Residential College, Mabel Smith Douglass. We end the show with Sa’De Alston visiting the Rutgers Swing Dancing Club to find out what it takes to be a swing dancer and learned about the different lessons that are available.
Inside Rutgers - Season 16: Episode 1 (WMV): Latifah Chambers and Katelyn Hunt host the first episode of Inside Rutgers for Spring 2011 semester. First, Shannel Douglas gives us the inside scoop to New Jersey’s Governor Chris Christie’s appointed Higher Education Task Force plans for improving higher education and to transform Rutgers from “good to great”. Next, Afriyie Amankwaa sits down with recent Rutgers Graduate Jon Bulchalski to discuss his involvement with the New Student Orientation program for which he was awarded ROSCAR’s 2010 Knighttime Achievement Award. After that, student videographer from Rutgers Today, Adam Ramirez takes it to the streets to let us know how our peers are dealing with the winter weather. Then, we join Skylar Nwanonyiri to get some tips on proper dressing to help ace that dream internship or job interview. Lastly, Krystle Rich sits down with 2010 Professor of the Year Award winner, Professor Scott Glenn who shares his journey and accomplishments here at Rutgers.
Inside Rutgers - Season 15: Episode 4 (WMV): Nadine Selim and Skylar Nwanonyiri host the last episode of Inside Rutgers for the fall 2010 semester. First, Tiffany Hill gives us an in depth look on the new Rutgers campus-wide initiative Project Civility. Next, Jose Medrano attends a panel discussion with prominent business figures who are addressing the serious global issue of living wages and are doing their part to combat the problem through their new initiative called Alta Gracia. After that, RU-tv hit the streets to talk to you the students about your expectations for finals. Then, we give our viewers an exclusive look at the new Study NJ program, which is a program aimed at getting more international students to come and study at New Jersey institutions - including Rutgers! Lastly, we round out the show with a little something for our sports fans: a look at the history of Rutgers athletics.
Inside Rutgers - Season 15: Episode 3 (WMV): Nadine Selim and Sheena Parimoo host the third episode of Inside Rutgers of the fall 2010 semester. The two hosts give a brief overview of recent Rutgers news right before they throw it over to Sarah Introna, who interviews Dr. Mary Kelley to give Rutgers students an idea of just how badly stress can affect college students. Then, Tiffany Hill welcomes the new dean of Cook Residential College, Dean Jacqueline Litt. After that, our camera crews hit the streets to see how excited students were for Thanksgiving. Jose Medrano took it away from the Zimmerli Art Museum where he attended the Undersea Glider exhibition. Lastly, we watched Santiago Melli-Huber find is way out of the Rutgers Corn Maize at Von Thun Farms.
Inside Rutgers - Season 15: Episode 2 (WMV): Nadine Selim and Matt Wolfson host the second episode of Inside Rutgers of the fall 2010 semester. First, Yasmeen Fahmy sat down with first-year student Emily Amadore as she talked about her battle with lymphoma and how she didn't let that stop her from making the dance team. Next, we threw it back to the 60s as Tiffany Hill explored the role Rutgers played in the civil rights movement. Then we sent our camera crew out to see what Rutgers students think this Halloween is gonna be like. After that, Elva Irrabarre goes inside the kitchen of King Pita's Palace on College Ave to get some grade-A cooking tips from the owner, Mr. Mokhtar Ramadan. Last, Jose Tavarez catches up with a Rutgers breakdance instructor to learn a couple of beat-boy moves himself.
Inside Rutgers - Season 15: Episode 1 (WMV): Nadine Selim and Santiago Melli-Huber host the first episode of Inside Rutgers for the fall 2010 semester. In this episode, Tiffany Hill sits down with Rutgers Alum and author Suzy Ismail, author of Why Muslim Marriage Fails, and talks to her about her new book and what she thought of the issue. Next, Andy Ghilino takes a visit to one of New Brunswick's greatest support organizations, the Voices of September 11th organization. After that, Emily Lowinger hits the streets of the Rutgers New Brunswick campus and talks to you the viewers about fat sandwiches and Colonel Henry Rutgers himself! Then we turn it over to Latifah Chambers who gives us an exclusive news story about bed bugs and how you can prevent letting them crawl into your bed at night. We end the show with Elva Irribarre as she tries to take some volleyball lessons from Coach CJ Werneke, the head coach of the Rutgers women's volleyball team.
Inside Rutgers - Season 14: Episode 7 (WMV): Shaina Wizov hosts the final episode of Inside Rutgers for the Spring 2010 semester. We start off the show with Sarah Introna talking to a few Rutgers Students who give back to the community through the TRIO Tutoring Program, where they get involved with and mentor high school students as they prep for college. Next, we interview some of the members of the Rutgers Hillel House, the Jewish community of Rutgers University, and after we talk to you guys and see what you know about the Hillel House and the role it plays on campus. For our sports segment, Elva Irribarre attends a Club Baseball practice where the members show off their skills and talk about what it takes to be a part of their team. Lastly, we close out the show with some of Rutgers cutest members – the Rutgers Children’s Choir.
Inside Rutgers - Season 14: Episode 6 (WMV): Meghan Moore hosts the 6th episode of Inside Rutgers Season 14 for the Spring 2010 semester. In this episode, Sarah Introna heads over to the Totally for Troops card making event and got to help out a worthy cause while having fun. After that, we bring it back to our studio where Santiago got to interview Werner Born, the chairman of the Rutgers University Student Assembly. After that, we hit the streets to see what you the students know and think about RUSA. For our sports segment, TJ Fiorillo interviews the newly appointed Men’s Soccer head coach, Mr. Dan Donigan. Lastly, end our show with a great piece about the Barbara Voorhees Mentor Program and show you how to get involved.
Inside Rutgers - Season 14: Episode 4 (WMV): Latifah Chambers hosts the fourth episode ofInsideRutgers season 14 for the Spring 2010 semester. In this episode, we will explore the Lalla Essaydi Art exhibit in the Zimmerli Art Museum. Next, Sarah Introna talks to members of the Entrepreneurial Society about the Renewable Energy Program their spearheading. Then we hit the streets and see what you think about renewable energy and what it means to you. In our sports segment, Justin Hughes previews the Men's Baseball Team and talks with them about their expectations for the Spring 2010 season. Last, Latifah attends the opening of the Colonel Henry Rutgers exhibit at the Alexander Library, which runs until July 2010.
Inside Rutgers - Season 14: Episode 3 (WMV): Santiago Huber hosts the third episode of Inside Rutgers for Spring 2010 semester. In this episode we discuss the 4H Collegiate club at Rutgers and what the club is doing for the community. Next, we talk to James Hughes, president of Engineers Without Borders. Next, we hit the streets to get your opinions on the concept of Engineers Without Borders. In our Sports segment, T J Fiorillo previews the Rutgers Men?s Lacrosse team and their upcoming season. Lastly, Lynda Ha checks out the Young Horse Program offered at the Department of Animal Sciences.
Inside Rutgers - Season 14: Episode 2 (WMV): Jose Medrano hosts episode 2, season 14 of Inside Rutgers. In this episode we tell you about the new on-campus housing lottery system at Rutgers and how to register online. Next, we speak with Nasir Uddin, student leader of the emPower organization chapter. He talks about green energy and student initiatives at Rutgers. Then we go across the street and get your opinions on emPower and green energy! In our Sports section, we take a peek into the life of national champion Jonathan Mitchell and his basketball career at Rutgers. Also, we tell you how you can volunteer for community service with help from the Student Volunteer Council.
Inside Rutgers - Season 14: Episode 1 (WMV): John Leaver hosts the first episode of Inside Rutgers for Spring 2010. In this episode we tell you about the activities of the Rutgers Association of Philippines Students (RAPS). Then we talk to Professor Judith Brodsky about the world of women and art. We also get your thoughts on women in the art field. In our sports segment, we will tell you all about the Rutgers club tennis team and how you can get involved with tennis here at Rutgers. We end the show with insights from Dr. Susan Schurman on the newly passed GI bill and the benefits it offers returning veteran students.
Inside Rutgers - Season 13: Episode 8 (WMV): Shaina Wizov hosts the final episode of Inside Rutgers for the Fall 2009 semester. In this episode, we listen to some American folk music with Jay Smar. Then, we talk to Dean Jorge Reina Schement about the new changes being implemented at the School of Communication and Information. We also get your opinions on the school’s new name! Our sports segment this episode focuses on Womens’ basketball. We end the show by telling you how you can help children to read, by joining the Rutgers Readers.
Inside Rutgers - Season 13: Episode 7 (WMV): Leeann Montalbano hosts the seventh episode of Inside Rutgers. The show starts off with a look at Rutgers Chapter of The Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC). After that we sit down with Dr. Robert Blumenschine, from the Center of Human Evolutionary Studies (CHES). We speak with students to find out what they know about anthropology. Our sports segment checks out the men's basketball team. And we close out the show with a look at the Mindful Meditation classes.
Inside Rutgers - Season 13: Episode 6 (WMV): Justin Hughes hosts the sixth episode of Inside Rutgers for theFall 2009 semester. In this episode, we take a look at the New Visitor Center on Busch campus. Then, we talk to Professor Scott Glen about the Cool Room project and his interesting studies on Oceanography. We also get your thoughts on this exciting project! Our sports segment this episode focuses on the newly formed Club Basketball team at Rutgers. We end the show with the exciting opportunities at the Food Innovation Center.
Inside Rutgers - Season 13: Episode 5 (WMV): Hali Fliegelman hosts the fifth episode of Inside Rutgers for the Fall 2009 semester. In this episode, we take a look at the new Rutgers.edu. Then, we talk to Professors Boase and Naaman about their study on the popular social networking site, twitter. We even get your opinion on Twitter and what people use it for! Our sport segment this episode focuses on Rutgers Dodgeball. We end the show with a look at the Graduate and Professional Schools Expo.
Inside Rutgers - Season 13: Episode 4 (WMV): In this episode of Inside Rutgers Jen Gerald shows students how the Aresty Research Center can help with research. Justin Hughes sits down with Alex Holodak, president of the RU Democrats Society. T.J. Fiorillo takes some time to talk with Simon Godunov a member Rutgers Cross Country team, who received the Goldwater scholarship earlier this year. Finally Shaina Wizov takes on us a tour of Neilson Dining Hall and highlights all of the healthy eating options available at dining halls.
Inside Rutgers - Season 13: Episode 3 (WMV): Andrew Marulanda hosts the third episode of Inside Rutgers for the Fall 2009 semester. We take a look at the Numb3rs event, where students learned about their physical health. We also speak with students about their
heritages. Hali Fliegelman speaks with Dr. Arthur Casciato about the different fellowships avaiable to Rutgers Students, as we dig deeper into RU Football with an inside profile on Billy Anderson. We end the show with a trip look at the new Rutgers Pink line offered by Victoria's Secret.
Inside Rutgers - Season 13: Episode 2 (WMV): Krystle Rich hosts the second episode of Inside Rutgers for the Fall 2009 semester. We take a look at the delicious opportunities at the New Brunswick Farmer's Market, while speaking with the students about their home traditions.Terek Pierce speaks with Professor Angus Gillespie about his show "Old Ways of New Jersey", as we dive into RU Football with a inside profile on Zaire Kitchen. We end the show with a trip into the Virtual World through the Rutgers Language Labs.
Inside Rutgers - Season 13: Episode 1 (WMV): Terek Pierce hosts the first episode of Inside Rutgers for the Fall 2009 semester. We take a look at the new and improved changes of New Student Orientation, while speaking with the first year students to see what they know about their new home at RU. Jen Gerald speaks with Dean Julie Traxler about her career as a First-Year Assistant Dean, then we head on over to the Sonny Werblin Center where we find out all that Rutgers Recreation has to offer. We end the show with Marianne DePadua as she takes an evening stroll through the Rutgers Gardens.
Inside Rutgers - Season 12: Episode 7 (WMV): Ariel Nagi hosts the final episode of Inside Rutgers for Spring 2009 semester. We take a look at helpful faculty and staff for Rutgers Day Expo in aiding students for their booths on Rutgers Day. Angelica Fattal speaks with Dr. Barbara Lee, recipient of the 2009 Daniel Gorenstein Memorial Award. Danny Dai sits down with Tim Pernetti, Rutgers' new Athletic Director and Nadine Selim gets a quick lesson of the game, cricket.
Inside Rutgers - Season 12: Episode 6 (WMV): Matt Wolfson hosts the sixth episode of Inside Rutgers for the Spring 2009 semester. We take a look at a visit by Congress Rush D. Holt for his discussion on funding for research. Also, we sit down with Cheryl Wall, Co-Chair of the Institution of Diversity and Equity and ask the students about the importance of diversity. Terek Pierce visits the Ultimate Frisbee Club and Gabriella Tango makes a stop at the Rutgers Emergency Services.
Inside Rutgers - Season 12: Episode 5 (WMV): Nadine Selim hosts the fifth episode of Inside Rutgers for the Spring 2009 semester. Jen Gerald steps into the offices of the Daily Targum and learn what it takes to run a student university newspaper. Hali Fliegelman talks with Kathleen Morgan, Chair of the Department of Family and Community Health Sciences, about nutrition and how to eat healthy. John Leaver visits the Rutgers Baseball Media Day to learn what's in store for next season. Lastly, Justine Giannino visits the Center for Latino Arts and Culture to learn about Pepon Osorio.
Inside Rutgers - Season 12: Episode 4 (WMV): Danny Dai hosts the fourth episode of Inside Rutgers. Corey Bates spends the evening at the Snowflake Semi-formal, a night to teach students how to party responsibly. Gabriella Tango speaks with Dr. Jill Richards of the Rutgers Counseling and Psychological Services, and we ask students if they know where to go if they need help. Angelica Fattal catches up with Kia Vaughn and Heather Zurich of the Women's Basketball team to talk about their senior year. Lastly, Shaina Wizov stops at OSCA, an organization and place for Rutgers student commuters.
Inside Rutgers - Season 12: Episode 3 (WMV): Josh Kane hosts the third episode of Inside Rutgers. In this episode, Gabriella Tango visits the Rutgers Operation Smile fundraiser and speaks with the Rutgers Entrepreneurial Society and special guest, Dr. Randal Pinkett, Rutgers alumnus and winner of Donald Trump's, The Apprentice. Angelica Fattal sits down with Dr. James Katz, Chair of the Department of Communication. Finally, John Leaver gets into the paint with the Rutgers Paintball Club.
Inside Rutgers - Season 12: Episode 2 (WMV): Ladina Lane reports live from the 18th annual Association for Black Culture Centers Conference. Marianne DePedua interviews Dean Lily Young, the first dean of international programs and research for the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences. RU-tv goes out and speaks with students about their social networking sites. Nadine Selim reports from the Rutgers Geology Museum where students can learn about a variety of historical facts for free. Aditya Otiv takes a look at the Youth Sports Council and how the division of the Department of Exercise Science and Sports Studies is educating today's youth.
Inside Rutgers - Season 12: Episode 1 (WMV): Gabriella Tango hosts this first episode of Inside Rutgers for the spring 2009 semester. Matt Wolfson gives us an inside look at Reel Africa Film Festival. Angelica Fattal speaks with Dean Douglas Greenberg about his new position as the Executive Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences. We speak with students to get their opinions on President Barack Obama and what his new position will connote for students. Laura Schneebacher attends a discussion about Race, Gender, and the 2008 Presidential Election featuring Michelle Norris, host of All Things Considered on NPR. And Marianne DePadua speaks with members of the Rutgers Club Swimming.
Inside Rutgers - Season 11: Episode 7 (WMV): Jason Scharch hosts this episode of Inside Rutgers. The show starts with Marianne DePadua who reports about Rutgers new initiative, Rutgers Against Hunger, and the gleaning event at Giamarese Farms organized by the Rutgers community. After that there is an exclusive interview with Marc Ecko, famous clothing designer and entrepreneur, about his new Rutgers clothing line. That segment is followed by students’ opinions on the end of the semester, and the upcoming breaks. After that Alisa Purifico gives us a lesson in the history of the Scarlet Knight, and his role today. The show is capped off with a look at the Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics Protein Data Bank by Alex Proulx.
Inside Rutgers - Season 11: Episode 6 (WMV): Corey Bates presents this episode of Inside Rutgers. The show starts with Catherine Carrera who reports back about Ishmael Beah’s inspirational visit to Rutgers. That segment is followed by students’ opinions on the diversity of the Rutgers community and whether or not it needs improvement. After that we hear from Nadine Selim who reports back from Coach Stringer’s book signing and public talk. The show is finished off with a look at the Oxfam Fashion Show; an event that focused on bringing cultural styles and information to the community.
Inside Rutgers - Season 11: Episode 5 (WMV): Rachel Christensen brings you this episode of Inside Rutgers. The show kicks off with John Leaver reporting from the Scarlet Day of Service, and showing us how Rutgers students give back to the community. This is followed by Hali Fliegelman who had the opportunity to speak with Chris Hansen from Dateline NBC, and shows us what went on at his guest lecture. After that we hear students’ reactions to the recent attention being given to our university by accomplished guests such as Chris Hansen. We will then hear the inside scoop on the new Rutgers bookstore plans, and their partnership with Barnes and Noble. We’ll round out the show with Marianne DePadua who show us what happened at the National Society of Collegiate Scholars induction ceremony.
Inside Rutgers - Season 11: Episode 4 (WMV): Gabriella Tango hosts the fourth episode of the eleventh season of Inside Rutgers. This show starts with Aymann Ismail reporting on the Secrets to Success at RU event. We'll then learn about Ronn Friedlander, the fourth Gates Scholar Recipient, from RU-tv's Laura Schneebacher. We asked Rutgers students about the current economical crisis, and how this affects their college experience. Next up, learn some more about the Women’s Basketball Team and know what to expect for this upcoming season. Lastly, we’re going to take a look at the event Cook Community Day, with Alisa Purifico.
Inside Rutgers - Season 11: Episode 3 (WMV): Alisa Purifico hosts the thirds episode of this semester's season of Inside Rutgers. We start the show off with John Leaver reporting from the reading and book signing with Junot Diaz that took place in the Rutgers Student Center. We then head over to the Center for International Faculty and Student Services with Hali Fliegelman, to hear about the services they provide to students who come abroad to Rutgers University. After that, hear some of the Rutgers students opinions on the upcoming Presidential election. Gabriella Tango shows us what went on at the Fall Media Day, and we finish the show off with a review of Alisa's trip to the Livingston Campus to hear some more about their plans and construction on the new solar farm.
Inside Rutgers - Season 11: Episode 2 (WMV): Jason Scharch hosts the second episode of the eleventh season of Inside Rutgers. The show begins with Laura Schneebacher reporting on the good old-fashioned food and fun at this year’s Somerset 4H County Fair. We’ll then learn about Cheryl Clarke and Lisa Smith’s new Diversity Training program from RU-tv's Rachel Christensen. As President McCormick prepares to address the students on September 19th, we asked Rutgers students about what they would like to hear him focus on. Next up, get ready to throwdown with RU-tv’s Matt Wolfson who will be reporting back to us on the first-year orientation event the “Rutgers Throwdown.” Lastly, we’re going to learn a little bit more about Constitution Day from Dean Michael Stillwagon, and what that means to the Rutgers community from our very own Rachel Christensen.
Inside Rutgers - Season 11: Episode 1 (WMV): Rachel Christensen hosts our first episode of Inside Rutgers for the fall semester! This episode begins with our very own John Leaver, who gives us some more information on the Future Scholars program. Stay tuned to hear about RU-Info’s move from College Ave to Busch campus, as well as Rutgers students personal goals for the upcoming semester. Eddie Wahrman reports the latest news on the stadium expansion, and we finish up this episode with John Leaver who checks out the golf course and let’s you know how you can tee off in your spare time!
Inside Rutgers - Season 10: Episode 4 (WMV): Elina Yankovich hosts this last episode of the spring season of Inside Rutgers. In this episode, Melanie Bogin explores Answer, a subdivision of the Rutgers' Center for Applied Psychology, and their sexual education website, Sexect.org. Adriana Lee attends the Fifth Annual SAFE Candlelight Vigil on the College Avenue campus and Anissa Folley reports on the action at the RU Game competition from the College Avenue Gym. Also, stay tuned for an exclusive interview with the parents of Rutgers' own Gates Scholar Briam Spatocco and an inside look at the Brower Iron Chef Competition.
Inside Rutgers - Season 10: Episode 3 (WMV): RU-tv looks at volunteerism on campus at the CollegeServe conference. J.J. Leaver sits explores the new Sharon Fordham Multimedia Lab. Adriana Lee gets up close with the Rutgers Fencing Club and Elina Yankovich reports for the Center for Latino Arts and Culture.
Inside Rutgers - Season 10: Episode 2 (WMV): Bryan Bachman hosts the return of Inside Rutgers after a brief hiatus. In this episode we'll take a look back at the Douglass Project 4th grade Science All-stars as Jason Scharch reports from Trayes Hall. Rachel Christensen visits the Student Involvement Fair and Liz Olubodun fills us in on RU-tv being featured on The Weather Channel. And last but not least Elina Yankovich sits down with Red Pine Ambassador Anne Sciaino and also lets us know what Jersey Roots, Global Reach is all about. Enjoy!
Inside Rutgers - Season 10: Episode 1B (WMV):This week Melanie Bogin kicks off this episode of Inside Rutgers with a look at how internships at Rutgers University play such an important part in college careers. Elina Yankovich interviews Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Philip Furmanski on the status of the Middle States accreditation process for Rutgers University. Danny Dai and WRSU commentators Dan Klioze and Adam Helfgott take a look back at the 2007 Scarlet Knights football season. Finally, Adriana Lee goes behind the scenes of the Opera at Rutgers' production "The Tales of Hoffmann."
Inside Rutgers - Season 10: Episode 1 (WMV): Bryan Bachman kicks off the tenth season of Inside Rutgers with information for students interested in politics, sports, and the arts. Adriana Lee brings you an inside look at opera rehearsals for Rutgers' upcoming performance of "The Tales of Hoffmann." Rachel Christensen sits down with Delia Pitts, assistant VP for student affairs, to discuss the state of civil rights and diversity. Then catch up on sports as Danny Dai reflects on the 2007 Scarlet Knights football season with WRSU hosts Dan Klioze and Adam Helfgott. Finally, Elina Yankovich brings you the scoop on "RU Voting in 2008?" an event co-sponsored by the Eagleton Institute of Politics that hopes to inform students about the presidential race, as well as give students a chance to speak with top representatives of presidential campaigns.
Inside Rutgers - Season 9: Episode 6 (WMV): In our final episode of the fall semester, explore the newly-founded Confucius Institute on campus, hear about the upcoming NJ Collegiate Career Fair, and find out whether the marching band can take down the glee club for the sixth consecutive year in the annual Soup Bowl.
Inside Rutgers - Season 9: Episode 5 (WMV): In this episode we're joined by Dymir Arthur, president of the Educational Opportunity Program Student Council, to discuss how students can take advantage of the EOF program. We'll also find out what students think about diversity on campus and learn about the three on-campus multicultural centers.
Inside Rutgers - Season 9: Episode 4 - October 23, 2007 (WMV):In this episode meet Deep Treble, Rutgers' award winning a cappella group, and learn about their recent success in international competition. Elina Yankovich sits down with Executive Dean Robert Goodman to learn about the Middle States Accreditation process. Finally, you'll hear about a new contest hosted by the Rutgers Energy Institute that asks students how they would change the way Rutgers uses energy.
Inside Rutgers - Season 9: Episode 3 - September 28, 2007 (WMV): It's no secret that Rutgers University has seen some drastic changes over the past year. This episode of Inside Rutgers focuses largely on the transformation of Cook College into the School of Biological and Environmental Sciences. Elina Yankovich goes to Cook Community Day for reactions from students and deans about this change. And to showcase just one of the exciting research projects operating through the SEBS program, Kyle Kirkpatrick sits down with Professor of Marine and Coastal Sciences Kay Bidle. Also, we take a break from these academic studies to convey a more global view of agriculture and the environment—Rob Bucci reports on the Farmer Solidarity Fund, which fights global poverty and promotes food sovereignty.
Inside Rutgers - Season 9: Episode 2 - September 4, 2007 (WMV): With the size of Rutgers University, it is often difficult for students to realize the resources and opportunities available to them. In this episode of Inside Rutgers, students take a look at cancer research in the Susan Cullman Laboratory on Busch campus, where researchers say caffeine and exercise might just prevent skin cancer. Also in this episode, Rachel Christensen will sit down with Dr. Mark Forest, Associate Director of Counseling and Psychological Services, to discuss how they can help you.
Inside Rutgers - Season 9: Episode 1 - August 28, 2007 (WMV): For the season premiere of Inside Rutgers, RU-tv catches some great footage of the July 25th emergency drill and interviews the executive director of public safety Jay Kohl. Rachel Christensen meets with campus deans and deans of students, and discusses their roles how they aid the student population. RU-tv interviews Jeff Kessler, a representative from campus information services about the ru-info website. Lastly, details of new post office changes and improvements are uncovered, and the web addresses of important websites are provided to help provide answers to any question you might have about life at RU.