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Friday June 24, 2016

Rutgers Today

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  • What's On Your Summer Reading List?

    The days are longer, the schedules lighter, and many members of the Rutgers community have summer reading on their minds. Rutgers Today wondered what books are on the top of faculty’s and staff’s must-read lists for the next few months. Check out some of the answers and enjoy a good book - or two - this summer.

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What's Happening at Rutgers

  • concert
    Eastern Wind Symphony Concert

    The New Jersey-based wind symphony presents band classics and new compositions by leading composers during this free event at Nicholas Music Center June 29 at 7 p.m. 

  • art
    ‘Women Like Jazz’

    This group exhibition at the Paul Robeson Galleries at Rutgers University-Newark features works by female artists through July 29.

  • cherry blossom
    ‘Cherry Blossoms in Spring’ Exhibition

    Celebrate spring with an exhibition of artwork by Karen Guancione that was inspired by Branch Brook Park’s Japanese cherry trees in Newark through June 30. 

  • vote
    ‘The Elusiveness of Progress: Voting Rights in America’

    This exhibition, which traces the legacy of the Voting Rights Act and details its effectiveness from inception to the present, is on display at Kilmer Library through August 31.  

  • farm market
    Rutgers Gardens Farmers Market

    Purchase local produce and products every Friday at Rutgers Gardens Farmers Market. A new addition this year is locally grown or responsibly harvested seafood. 

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About Rutgers

University research fuels the economy and drives innovation. Rutgers’ total research and development expenditures exceed $644 million annually, placing Rutgers among the nation’s top 20 public universities, according to the National Science Foundation.