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Rutgers 250th Anniversary Book–Rutgers celebrates its 250th anniversary in 2016 and is publishing its remarkable history through the book Rutgers: A 250th Anniversary Portrait, due out in July 2015.
Mortensen Hall/Cafe 52–Come and enjoy a freshly-made crepe and bubble tea at Cafe 52 located in Mortensen Hall, the newest addition to the Douglass Campus.
FIGS Peer Instructor–Peer Instructors are instructors for First Year Interest Groups (FIGS) which are 1-credit courses that revolve around a specific topic for 10 weeks. The Peer Instructor position is open to all current Rutgers juniors and seniors (as of Fall 2014) with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
Winter Climate Review–WeatherWatcher visits Dr. Dave Robinson, New Jersey State Climatologist, to review the 2013–2014 winter season. Topics of interest include the cooler than normal temperatures, snowfall and winter storm events, and Dr. Robinson's involvement with Super Bowl XLVIII.
RU Scifest–The first annual Rutgers Science Festival (RU Scifest) is set to erupt on March 29, 2014, at the Life Sciences Building and Physics Lecture Hall on the Busch Campus, Rutgers University–New Brunswick.
2nd Annual NJ Health Care Week– New Jersey’s Health Care Industry Week is almost here, bringing five days of events, activities, and valuable information.
Dancing with the Deans– Join us on November 1 in the College Avenue Gym for the opening event of Parent and Family Weekend. The Dancing with the Deans benefit matches up students, administrators, and deans for a Rutgers-style dance competition where your votes will choose the winner. This year, we are introducing the “Dance Steps” donation initiative where $1 “Dance Steps” donations may be purchased at all of the university's campus centers. Proceeds go to Rutgers Against Hunger (RAH) to help students in need. Take a “Step to End Student Hunger”.
Rutgers Family Weekend– Rutgers Family Weekend takes place November 1 through November 3 and is filled with fun, entertainment, and great memories for all who attend. Families can enjoy charitable events, a football game, and tons of games, contests, and prizes.
HackRU– HackRU is an exciting 24-hour hack-a-thon that enables students to brainstorm and create new applications. This event is organized by the Undergraduate Student Alliance of Computer Scientists and provides students with the opportunity to expand their horizons by doing what they love.
Run for RAH 5K Charity Race and 1-Mile Fun Walk– Rutgers Against Hunger (RAH) hosts a 5K Run and 1-Mile Fun Walk for the Rutgers University Alumni Association in support of reseach for those in need. RAH also encourages immediate activism by hosting food drives and collecting donations of money or food. The proceeds for RAH's 5K event will go to the Middlesex County Food Organization and Outreach Distribution Services.
Chemistry and Chem Bio Homecoming Tailgate– The Chemistry Graduate Student Association is hosting a homecoming tailgate for all current chemistry majors, as well as alumni. The tailgate will be held at the Wright Rieman Laboratory Lawn on October 26 from 9 a.m. to noon. This event is a way for current students to connect with alumni about the work being done outside of the research labs.
A Three Dimensional Breakthrough– 3-D printing is now being introduced to the Rutgers community! Watch as we explain how this technology has been improved and created, and how to operate it.
Keeping up with Physical Endurance– It is important for college students to maintain healthy lifestyles. There are many ways to stay active on campus and increase physical endurance. We'll take a look at different techniques and what Rutgers students are doing to stay healthy.
Block R Party– The Block R Party is an exciting part of every Rutgers football game and provides fans with a way to get ready before the Scarlet Knights take the field. If you are looking for some fun before the game, be sure to check it out. For more information about the Block R Party, please visit www.scarletknights.com.
Bike the B Route– The Rutgers Department of Transportation Services sponsors Bike the B Route on October 23. Cyclists will be riding along a balloon-lined route that the B Bus takes to transport students from the Busch Campus to the Livingston Campus. There will be prizes, giveaways, free food, and much more!
Darien Learning Community Civic Engagement– The Darien Learning Community takes place during the fall and spring semesters, and students have the option of experiencing one or both sessions. This learning community helps students take the lessons that they learn about American politics in the classroom and apply them across the Rutgers campus and the New Brunswick community.
IRW Learning Community– The Institute for Research on Women's learning community focuses on decolonizing gender over the course of the school year. Members can anticipate creating independent projects and attending weekly meetings, while also collaborating and listening to seminars geared toward gender studies.
Career Services Promo– Career Services provides students with various resources that help to prepare them for the professional world, from choosing a major, to writing a resume and even applying to graduate school. They help students find internships, connect them with alumni in their fields and offer events, such as info sessions and career fairs, to help individuals make successful career transitions. For more information about Career Services, email: email@example.com visit careers.rutgers.edu.
Global Health! Spanning the Disciplines– Global Health! Spanning the Disciplines will bring together Rutgers University experts to discuss their viewpoints on cross-cutting global health problems like hunger, poverty, gender inequality, occupational health and climate change.
Inside Rutgers, Season 21, episode 1– This episode of Inside Rutgers is summer arts-themed. The show discusses different campus organizations that offer summer camps for younger children that help them develop their artistic abilities. We also take a look at a program that offers Rutgers students the opportunity to hone their acting skills at Shakespeare's Globe Theater in London.
Landing an Internship– Career Services provides resources and assistance for students hoping to gain internships. Students may stop by the offices for resume reviews and are urged to create Career Knight accounts. Students can also learn about upcoming career and internship fairs and interviews.
Night Safety– Rutgers takes the safety of students very seriously. Here are a few safety precautions that students can take when traveling at night.
Knight Mover– The Knight Mover operates from Monday through Wednesday between 3:30 a.m. and 7 a.m. to ensure that all students get to where they need to go safely. It also runs a 24-hour service from Thursday through Saturday. Visit the RUDOTS website for more information.
New Brunswick Ciclovia– New Brunswick Ciclovia is a global movement that started in Bogota, Colombia. This movement was designed to teach the community to embrace more energetic lifestyles in order to improve health and wellness. On October 6, New Brunswick Ciclovia will be hosting an event at 10 a.m. in Buccleuch Park.
Rutgers Riot Squad– Rutgers University's Riot Squad produces thrilling and energetic atmospheres for fans of Scarlet Knights Athletics.
Emergency Phones/Blue Lights– In case of an emergency, those requiring assistance are encouraged to utilize the emergency phones with blue lights that are stationed around each campus. Emergency Services will respond within minutes.
Century for the Cure: A Scott Glickman Story– Scott Glickman, a lymphoma cancer survivor, was recently cured by the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ). Scott was so grateful, that he decided to give back to CINJ through a fun-filled fundraiser.
Inside Rutgers, Season 22, episode 2– This "Get Involved" episode of Inside Rutgers focuses on the different campus organizations that students can join in order to stay active within the Rutgers Community.
At the Podium: Christian and Atheist Ethics: How Much Common Ground?– A discussion of ethics between Peter Singer of Princeton University, one of the world's best known secular moral philosophers, and Charles Camosy of Fordham University, author of the book Peter Singer and Christian Ethics. Moderated by Jeff McMahan, professor of philosophy at Rutgers University.
Wake Up Rutgers , October 2, 2013– This Thursday's show featured guests Cristina Trecate and Sheldon McKenzie from Army ROTC who came to give students more information about the program. Hosts Danielle Noriega and Johnny Dellaluna also updated students on this week's events and top news stories at Rutgers University. Scott Sincoff gave us our local, regional, and extended forecasts for the week. Jocelyn Swift let students know what's playing on RU-tv this week.
Haitian Association of Students at Rutgers– The Haitian Association of Rutgers University (HARU) educates the Rutgers community about the history and culture of the Haitian people. Their goals are to eradicate stereotypes and misconceptions about Haiti, provide a friendly environment for students of Haitian descent and of other backgrounds interested in learning about Haitian culture, and to form bridges with the various cultures existing within the university.
Wake Up Rutgers, October 7, 2013– This episode is Domestic Violence Awareness-themed. We talk with Kenan Gebizlioglu, the president of Scream Theater, and Lisa Smith, the coordinator of Domestic Violence Services. We also report the news, weather, events, and what's playing on RU-tv.
1. Health Center Pharmacy Promo–The Rutgers Health Center Pharmacy and its two telepharmacies want you to take advantage of all of the convenient services they have to offer!
2. Summer Session Movie Night–Rutgers Summer Session–New Brunswick offers a free showing of Life of Pi on June 20.
3. New Jersey International Movie Festival–The New Jersey International Film Festival will be premiering Nora, a film by Michael Peer, and Le Temps de L'incertitude, a film by Vivianne Perelmuter, in room 105 of Voorhees Hall on the College Avenue Campus. 100 free passes, and space is filling up fast, so be sure to join in on the fun and register as soon as possible!
4. New Jersey International Film Festival–The New Jersey International Film Festival will be premiering I'll Be Your Mirror by Vita Weichen Hsu, and Home, a film by Jono Oliver, in room 105 of Voorhees Hall on the College Avenue Campus. 100 free passes will be given away, and space is filling up fast. Join the fun and register as soon as possible!
5. How To Be Courteous–RU-tv believes that students should practice courtesy every day and encourages students to be mindful and respectful to those around them.
6. Hit the Streets: Summer 2013–Join RU-tv's very own Mariama Oluwehuje as she hits the streets to find out how Rutgers students are spending their summers!
7. Zimmerli Art Summer Camp–The Zimmerli Art Summer Camp is one of the many programs offered by the Zimmerli Art Museum. The summer program is catered to younger children to help them advance in the field of art.
8. Inside Rutgers, Season 21, episode 1–This episode of Inside Rutgers is summer arts–themed. The show discusses different campus organizations that offer summer camps to younger children to help them evolve their artistic skills. We also take a look at a program that offers Rutgers students the opportunity to go to Shakespeare's Globe Theater in London to pursue their acting skills.
9. Summer Session Movie Night–Rutgers University is holding its second summer session movie night on July 18 at 7 p.m. in Scott Hall located on the College Ave Campus. The movie that will be screening is called Admission. Tickets are free, but space is limited. View more information here.
10. Health Segment: Drug & Alcohol Abuse–H.O.P.E. offers services related to health and wellness for Rutgers students struggling with alcohol and substance abuse.
11. Rutgers-UMDNJ Integration–On July 1, 2013, Rutgers integrated with all units of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) except University Hospital in Newark and the School of Osteopathic Medicine in Stratford.
12. Hit the Streets: What's New on Campus–We talked to Rutgers students about their views concerning all of the upcoming changes that are happening on campus.
Falstaff Opera– The Falstaff Opera prepares students for the world of professional opera. It includes complete productions of standard, contemporary, and Baroque opera. It offers specialized curriculum and faculty support for the students in all degree programs.
Student Employment Showcase: Poster Session and Social– The Student Employment Showcase Poster Session and Social is an event held every year to commemorate excellence in student employment.
Alternative Breaks– The Rutgers University Alternative Winter Break and Spring Break programs provide groups of Rutgers undergraduate students with semester-long experiences centered on community service.
Rutgers University Glee Club Concert– The Rutgers University Glee Club will be hosting its 141st Spring Concert on Saturday, May 4, 2013. The concert will take place in the Nicholas Music Center at 7:30 p.m. on the Douglass Campus.
Inside Rutgers Season 20, episode 6– This episode of IR is "Community Service" Themed. We highlight different campus organizations that give back to their community. We also discuss how the Rutgers Football team is fairing this semester.
RU Habitat for Humanity– Rutgers University Habitat for Humanity is an organization that mobilizes volunteers to build shelters for those below the poverty line in the greater Plainfield area of New Jersey. Watch as we take a look at what this organization is all about.
Slow Food Rutgers– Slow Food Rutgers is an organization which promotes alternatives to eating out. Watch as we dive into the perks of being part of the slow food movement.
Rutgers Day Sports Update– April 27, 2013 was the day of the annual Scarlet-White Spring Football Game where the team showcased what they learned over the spring season.
Student Employee of the Year Award Ceremony– The Student Employee of the Year Award Ceremony is an annual event that honors the most hardworking student employees at Rutgers.
Dream 4 the Kids– Dream 4 the Kids is a student run organization on a mission to raise one million dollars for the Embrace the Kids Foundation. The students plan to go on a month-long bike ride tour to Disney World, and will be doing community service in different towns along the way.
LGBTQ Rainbow Graduation– The LGBTQ Rainbow Graduation honors the achievements of Rutgers undergraduate and graduate students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer.
Inside Rutgers Season 20, episode 7– This episode of Inside Rutgers is commencement-themed and highlights the different commencement-related activities that are going to happen on campus. We also take a look at what is happening with University Sports, Rutgers Day, A New Student Run Organization, and much more.
1. Baseball Preview–The Rutgers Baseball team has just opened up their 2013 season and is looking to win the Big East Championship.
2. Commencement 2013–The Rutgers class of 2013 will be graduating on May 19 but the university needs your help in making this ceremony a memorable occasion. Rutgers is looking for volunteers to assist with Commencement 2013 festivities. To sign up or to get more information, please visit http://commencement.rutgers.edu.
3. Hit the Streets: Rutgers Cinema–Livingston Campus at Rutgers–New Brunswick has been under major reconstruction. One of the new additions to the campus is Rutgers Cinema. Watch as students react to having a new movie theater on campus.
4. Food Sciences Club–The Rutgers Food Sciences Club was founded to cooperate with the Department of Food Science in carrying out extra-curricular student functions and activities on campus and to maintain those standards set forth for student member chapters of the Institute of Food Technologists. For more information, please visit http://foodsci.rutgers.edu/undergrad/undergrad_club.html.
5. Inside Rutgers Season 20, Episode 4–This episode of Inside Rutgers is "Food" themed. The episode was hosted at the food science building, and talks about the Food Science Club, Slow Food Club, Gourmet Food Truck, The Annual Culinary Challenge, and Rutgers Garden of Eden. It also discusses the NFL Combine.
6. Campus Movie Fest Promo–The Rutgers University Campus Movie Festival is an annual festival that gives colleges students the opportunity to make their own short films. All of the materials are provided, and students have one week to produce and edit their very own movie.
7. Rutgers Day Promo–In its milestone fifth year, Rutgers Day will continue to offer performances, tours, exhibits, hands-on activities, and perennial favorites like Ag Field Day, the Engineering Open House, and the New Jersey Folk Festival. Come share in our Rutgers pride by exploring the university’s commitment to research, education, and service.
8. Hit the Streets: Rutgers University Dance Marathon–Rutgers University's 15th Annual Dance Marathon is fast approaching! Let's go talk to some Rutgers students about how they feel about the event and its benefits on the Rutgers community. For more information about Dance Marathon, please visit RUDM.org.
9. Hurricane Productions–This package focuses on all of the entertainment that Hurricane Productions provides for Rutgers Dance Marathon. It highlights the different activities that the D.J.s do to get the participants involved, and how they keep the dancers on their feet.
10. Rutgers Knight Wagon–Rutgers University's own food truck is the most convenient way to grab lunch or dinner on the go! Provided by Rutgers Dining Services, the Knight Wagon accepts cash, credit, RU Express, and even student meal swipes. What makes the Knight Wagon special is its portability–meaning the truck is on a different campus each day! To learn more about the Knight Wagon and how to find its location, check out Twitter.com/Knightwagon or Facebook.com/Knightwagon
11. Embrace Kids Foundation–Embrace Kids Foundation is an organization made up of parents, staff, and friends and provides over $1 million in services to children and families throughout the greater New Jersey area. Watch to find out how Rutgers and the Rutgers Dance Marathon benefit the children of Embrace Kids Foundation.
12. Global City: Dance Crazes in America–Nyerere Hodge explores the history of dance crazes in America. This package quickly explores crazes from the early 1900s and touches on the most popular dances of our generation.
13. Global Cities: American Culture in Film, TV, and Media–This package focuses on perceptions of American culture by those in foreign countries through what is seen on television. This package also focuses on how much Americans know about other countries.
14. Global Cities: NJ Stereotypes–This package highlights the different stereotypes that New Jersey Residents face. We interview different Rutgers Students to get their input on the different stereotypes they are subject to.
15. Inside Rutgers Season 20, Episode 5–This episode of IR is "Dance Marathon" themed. The actual episode takes place at DM 2013, with packages on the preparation for DM, a package on the Embrace the Kids Foundation, Hurricane Productions, what Rutgers Students think about DM, and breaking news on the Mike Rice situation.
16. Wake Up Rutgers, Spring 2013 Episode 22–On Monday, April 15, 2013, hosts Aaron Farrar and Lindsay Payne talked about the following news stories: "Work Out With Me", a fitness group created by Rutgers students, Dean Julio Nazario launches SAS Honors Program collective, and Rutgers student Wael Farouk performs at Carnegie Hall. Rebecca Evrard gave the weather update, and viewers learned about Global City and the Food Sciences Club. Lindsay interviewed Christopher Retzko, the manager of special events and programs, about the upcoming commencement ceremony. Aaron and Lindsay informed viewers about the following events on campus: The Nerd Girl Panel, The Souls Left Behind, Part-Time and Summer Job Fair, An Evening with Chris Hardwick, and the Campus MovieFest finale.
17. Rutgers Day 2013–A record crowd of 83,000 came to Rutgers on Saturday, April 27, to laugh, play, explore, listen, and learn. Watch our RU-tv video hosted by Mariama Oluwehuje to experience sights and sounds of the day.
1. Culinary Challenge Package–The Culinary Challenge is held annually to showcase the talent in cooking and presentation in Rutgers Chefs. The winner of the competition will represent Rutgers in the Regional Culinary Challenge against other Universities.
2. Iota Inaugural Bus Trip–The Iota Phi Theta Fraternity organized a trip to Washington, D.C. for Rutgers students to attend President Barack Obama's reelection inauguration. The bus to D.C. left at 2 a.m. on January 20 from the Rutgers Student Center.
3. First-Year Interest Group Seminars–Peer Instructors are mentors for First-Year Interest Group Seminars. FIGS are topic-based and one-credit seminar courses that meet for 10 weeks during the fall semester and are one of few in the nation that allows undergraduate students to teach their own courses. For more information about the program and to apply, visit figs.rutgers.edu.
4. Social Media for the Arts–Social Media for the Arts is an online course that gives students the skills and opportunity to promote their art via the web and offline.
5. Wake Up Rutgers Spring 2013 Episode 1–On Thursday, January 24th, 2013, Nyerere and Darienne talked about Rutgers headlines of 2012, the Rutgers Business School's new real estate concentration, people's opinions on the effects of social media, and the code blue weather advisory. WeatherWatcher Tyler Case gave us a weather update. Darienne interviewed Phil Lubik, the president of the Chi Psi fraternity. Darienne and Nye informed students about the following events: Ice Skating with RUPA, Rutgers Foundation Annual Blood Drive, the New Jersey Film Festival, the Fraternity and Sorority Involvement Fair, and the RU Newark Mentor Fair.
6. Wake Up Rutgers Spring 2013 Episode 2–On Monday, January 30th, 2013, Lindsay and Aaron informed viewers about Rutgers professor Joanna Kempner's research regarding migraines, Rutgers professor Joachim Messing who received the Wolf Prize in Agriculture, and 2012 SEBS graduate Alyssa Caroprese, who landed her dream job only 6 months after graduating. WeatherWatcher Rebecca Evrard gave a weather update, and Anthony Rodriguez gave a sports update. Lindsay interviewed Paul Kourtis, the store director of The Fresh Grocer, and Aaron interviewed Kathleen Marrs, the assistant director of the Office of Continuing Professional Education. Afterwards, the hosts talked about the following events on campus: RUPA's Sharpie Pottery, a talk and book signing about the importance of independent media in a democratic society, OCSA's general interest and money management meeting, the 2013 spring involvement fair, and the economic transformation of New Brunswick, NJ.
7. Wake Up Rutgers Spring 2013 Episode 3–On Thursday, January 31st, 2013, Nyerere and Darienne talked about Elie Honig, a Rutgers grad working in the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice who is fighting against human trafficking, and Ravit Duncan, a Rutgers education professor who is advocating for radical changes in science teaching. Tyler Case gave a weather update. Darienne interviewed Christopher Retzko, the manager for special events and programs, about how and why to volunteer for the 2013 university commencement ceremony. Nye interviewed Melanie McDermott, the associate director of the Rutgers Initiative on Climate and Society, about an event called Do the Math: Why Climate Change Matters and What You Can Do About It.
1. Inside Rutgers Season 19, Episode 7–Join hosts Mariama Oluwehuje and Aneesha Krishnakumar at the Victoria J. Mastrobuono Theater for Inside Rutgers' arts appreciation-themed episode. They'll explore the Mason Gross School of the Arts' four departments: music, theater, dance, and visual arts.
2. UMDNJ Health Sciences Education Fair–Representatives from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey teach us how to advance our education at the schools of UMDNJ.
3. Mason Gross Visual Art Department–The Department of Visual Arts at the Mason Gross School of the Arts is one of the top in the country. The visual arts program has many unique features that benefit each individual as a student and an artist.
4. Mason Gross Dance Department–The Department of Dance at Mason Gross School of the Arts caters to all forms of dance. The department offers many opportunities for dance lovers, such as performance excellence, creative achievements, and research!
5. Impact of Sleep–Inside Your Health is a segment dedicated to maintaining a healthy mind, body, and soul. Watch and find out more about the importance of getting the right amount of sleep.
6. Keynote Speaker Harlan F. Weisman views Rutgers and UMDNJ presentations on next generation medical device technologies.
7. Rutgers Housing Association's panel answers questions about upcoming changes.
1. Eagleton Institute Package–The students and staff of the Eagleton Institute, the home of politics here at Rutgers University, gives an in-depth look to their experiences during their time at the program. Ruth Mandel, the director of the Eagleton Institute, gives a brief overview of the program and explains how the Institute came to be what it is today.
2. Inside Rutgers, Season 19, Episode 6–Join hosts Mariama Oluwehuje and Aneesha Krishnakumar at the Eagleton Institute of Politics for this Inside Rutgers 2012 election-themed episode. They'll explore the depths of Eagleton Institute of Politics, student reactions to the election and social media's impact on the outcome.
3. At The Podium: Geena Davis–Academy Award-winning Actor Geena Davis is the 2012 Susan and Michael J. Angelides Lecturer sponsored by the Institute for Women's Leadership. Watch "An Evening with Geena Davis."
4. TEDx Speaker (Mike Grandinetti)–Watch as Rutgers alum Mike Grandinetti delivers a lecture on social entrepreneurship.
5. Inside Rutgers, Season 19, Episode 5–Join hosts Mariama Oluwehuje and Aneesha Krishnakumar at the Center for Global Advancement and International Affairs, on the College Avenue Campus, where the Technology Without Borders initiative got its start. On this "Technologies Without Borders" themed episode of Inside Rutgers, they'll be featuring the latest technology and research being conducted on our campus.
1. Jonelle Filigno–Redshirt junior Jonelle Filigno has lived the dream of many athletes by competing in the Beijing and London Olympics while also continuing her success at the collegiate level.
2. Kene Eze–Junior forward Kene Eze has just wrapped up his best soccer season at Rutgers.
PSA & Promos
1. Swing Dance Club Promo –Rutgers University Swing Dance Club focuses on various styles of swing dancing such as lindy pop, west coast swing, blues dancing and a few others. If you're interested in lessons or dancing socials, please visit swingdance.rutgers.edu.
2. CAPS Promo –The Counseling, Alcohol and Drug (CAPS) assistant program and psychiatric services is overseen by the Health Services Department at Rutgers University. This program was created to ensure that students have a positive and productive university experience. Aside from offering different counseling services, CAPS also provides students and faculty with group meetings, training programs, educational and preventive initiatives, outreach and consultation activities, and much more.
3. Bike Loading PSA –The Rutgers University bike rental program is available for all students. Learning how to load a bike onto a bus may come in handy one day! Watch our step-by-step tutorial on bike loading.
1. Inside Rutgers: Season 19, Episode 4 –Join hosts Mariama Oluwehuje and Anthony Rodriguez at the High Point Solutions Football Stadium where they will explore what it means to be a Scarlet Knight. On this Homecoming-themed episode of Inside Rutgers, they will be featuring the latest on Eric LeGrand, the current football season, and Rutgers–Newark's Homecoming Week!
2. Rutgers Newark Homecoming 2012 – Rutgers–Newark recently hosted their annual Homecoming Week! Watch as the students and their families share their thoughts on the festivities!
3. Eric LeGrand Is Published –Eric LeGrand introduces his two new books in which he describes the details of his life and the horrible injury he sustained during his time on the football field.
1. Hit the Streets: Rutgers Homecoming Game – RU-tv hits the streets of Rutgers to find out what school spirit means to students and how they will celebrate the Rutgers homecoming game while discussing some favorite football traditions! Catch the Rutgers homecoming football game on October 27.
2. Homecoming Preview –Rutgers Football gets prepared for their annual homecoming game. This year the Knights will take on Kent State on Saturday, October 27 at 3:30pm.
1. Inside Your Health: Physical Fitness - Inside Your Health is a segment dedicated to maintaining a healthy mind, body, and soul. Watch and find out more about the importance of hitting the gym and staying active.
2. Multicultural Student Involvement Organization - The Multicultural Student Involvement Organization is a group at Rutgers that creates programs and events that cater to the needs of such a complex student body. We interviewed the associate director, Cheryl Wilson, to get some more information about this organization.
3. Inside Rutgers Season 19, Episode 3 - On this diversity-themed episode of Inside Rutgers, join Mariama and Joe as they drive around campus and meet with students, faculty, and staff at all three of the cultural centers on our New Brunswick campus! They will also be finding out more about international students at RU, multicultural student involvement, and much more!
PSA & Promos
1. Cornelius Low House Museum Promo - The Cornelius Low House Museum in Piscataway, New Jersey, will be having a number of film industry milestones on exhibit for the 2012-2013 school year. Watch and find out more about the museum and its exhibits.
2. SC&I QR Code Wall Promo - The School of Communication and Information (SC&I) has installed a new QR code wall which enables students to use a smartphone to scan a wall decal and immediately view different videos on things being researched and discovered by distinguished SC&I staff and faculty.
3. Rutgers Marching Band - For over 90 years the Rutgers Marching Band has been a symbol of tradition, excellence, and school pride. And there's no need to audition because students who played in their high school bands are welcome to join. The band has an array of instruments and plays different types of music. For more information on how you can join the RU Marching Band, please visit band.scarletknights.com.
4. Public Safety Training - The Division of Administration and Public Safety will be teaching classes about first aid, defensive driving, and CPR from now until the end of the year.
1. Sophie Wright International Athlete - Sophie Wright grew up in the United Kingdom but is now playing college field hockey here at Rutgers. Being a foreign athlete creates challenges that Sophie faces on a daily basis while trying to maintain her grades and perform athletically. Sophie is now in her sophomore year and is trying to help the field hockey team reach success.
2. Rutgers Blackout 2012 Promo - The Delta Phi Fraternity at Rutgers University is selling official Blackout T-shirts for the October 9th homecoming/blackout football game. They are $10 each. For more information, search Rutgers Blackout 2012 on Facebook.
1. Goldwater Scholarships - Rising seniors Devinn Lambert and Kelvin Mei are among 282 undergraduates selected by the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation to receive awards for the 2012 academic year. Watch as they share more about their accomplishments!
2. Audrey Flack Package - The Rutgers Institute for Women and Art celebrates Audrey Flack along with other women contributors to the art world.
3. Bubble Tea Pioneer - Rutgers Alumni, Iris Chang, opened up the first bubble tea shop in the city of New Brunswick back in 2001. Watch as she speaks about her struggles and how she overcame the odds as an international student.
4. Flying Flowers - Check out everything that the Earth Center in South Brunswick has to offer! From gardens to butterfly exhibits the Earth Center is open year round and it's a ton of fun for the entire family!
5. Barnes and Noble Grand Opening -The new Rutgers Bookstore has been relocated onto Somerset St. Come check out the new features and services Barnes & Noble has to offer.
6. Hit the Steets: Best Outdoor Activities - This Hit The Streets segment is about the many exciting and fun activities you can do outdoors while here at Rutgers. From swimming , to volleyball, to basketball, there are a variety of activities to partake in if you're looking for some outdoor fun.
7. NEW- Rutgers Retrospective - With the upcoming 250th anniversary class arriving, let's take a look back at some of the roots of Rutgers.
8. Hall of Distinguished Alumni Package - This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Hall of Distinguished Alumni Dinner. The inductees represent the university's long history of highly successful and respectable alumni.
9. Interview with Aresty's Katie Morey! - Katie Morey is an accomplished student working on Aresty research in public health lesson plan. Watch as she is interviewed about her work.
PSA & Promos
1. Art After Hours - This month at Zimmerli's Art After Hours they will be ushering a tour of Aspects of Architecture: The Prints of John Taylor Arms beginning at 5:30 p.m. Arms (1887 – 1953) is a noted 20th-century American etcher and you can also enjoy local rock band, Cotton! Come out on July 11th at 5:30pm.
2. Fertile Crescent Promo - The Fertile Crescent Project exhibit will have its official launch on Sunday, September 9th from 2pm to 4pm. Different works will express the various identities of women of Middle Eastern heritage in both Middle Eastern and Western cultures.
3. Mason Gross Summer Series Promo - Every Wednesday from July 11th to August 1st Mason Gross will be sponsoring free performances in their 2012 Summer Series. So come out and enjoy the songs, dances, and performances they have to offer with your friends and family!
4. Schommer Observatory Free Viewings Promo - Every 2nd and 4th Thursdayof the month at 9:30 p.m., the Schommer Observatory invites you to come and see the sights the worlds beyond have to offer.
5. Bike Rental Promo - Rutgers Bike Rental program is renting out bikes for $25 dollars a semester or $10 a month. Sign up is quick and easy and there are several pick-up locations all around campus.
6. RU Fashionistas - The RU Fashionistas have dedicated their time and blog to making Rutgers' students more aware of the do's and do not's in the world of fashion here at Rutgers University.
7. Rutgers Gardens Promo - The Rutgers Gardens is a family-friendly and fun botanical garden. It's open Monday - Friday from 8:30am until dusk. Come enjoy all of the beauty it's nature has to offer.
8. Farmer's Market Promo - The Rutgers Gardens Farmer's Market is open every Friday from 12pm to 5pm until November 16th, providing fresh produce for locals in need of a healthy treat.
9. RU Moving In? - Here are some helpful tips to moving into your new dorm, apartment, or suite. Make sure you don't bring too much or too little!