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Wednesday April 23, 2014

Rutgers Today

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  • Competitive Eating Comes to New Brunswick

    How many cheeseburgers can you eat? Rutgers students and community members put themselves to the test at a recent competition at 25 Burgers in New Brunswick. Proceeds went to Elijah's Promise, a local food charity.

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Features

  • Joyce Faucette Farmer

    New Jersey Medical School Arts is a yearlong exhibition series showcasing hundreds of amateur and professional artworks created by the community at Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences as well as members of the Greater Newark community it serves.

  • Being the Scarlet Knight has its perks – selfies, high fives and fist bumps everywhere you go. Watch our video as we reveal what it's like to be the most popular person on campus nobody knows. Think you have what it takes? Consider trying out on April 27.

  • Check out our Countdown to Rutgers Day blog. Thanks to residents of the East Asian House, visitors to Rutgers Day will enjoy a colorful presentation of the genre, which blends elements of pop, rock, ballads and hip-hop, always with an irresistible musical “hook.”

What's Happening at Rutgers

  • Handel
    Handel Opera

    Mason Gross presents Handel’s “Acis and Galatea” April 27 and 29 at Schare Recital Hall.

  • Job Fair
    Career and Internship Fair

    Network with nearly 150 employment organizations seeking to fill both technical and nontechnical full-time, internship and summer positions May 2 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Sonny Werblin Recreation Center in Piscataway.

  • Stitcher Exhibition
    One Stitcher’s Stories

    Gail Mitchell’s quilts honor the accomplishments of African-American artists, poets, authors, academics and politicians. They are on view through July 30 at the Paul Robeson Galleries in Newark. 

  • Books of the Occult
    Unheard-of Curiosities

    Alexander Library hosts an exhibition of rare books on the occult and esoteric sciences through July 3 in New Brunswick.

  • French Prints
    French Art of World War I

    The Zimmerli Museum of Art presents “Picturing the Great War in French Prints and Drawings” through July 31. 

Fast Facts
About Rutgers

Rutgers is named after Revolutionary War hero Colonel Henry Rutgers.He fought in the Battle of White Plains in New York State.Founded in 1766, Rutgers is the nation’s oldest Division I-A school.Overall, Rutgers is the eighth-oldest university in the United States.

 

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