After thinking about what the soul of New Brunswick was I yelled Eureka! (figuratively, not literally). 7-eleven is the only place where both worlds of New Brunswick- Rutgers University and the actual city of New Brunswick- collide and cross paths. 7-eleven is the middle are between both where residents of both worlds come together. So in my opinion 7-eleven is more than just the store to get Big Gulps from and the store that is open all day, everyday; 7-eleven is the heart of the city.
While in the computer lab doing some of my own researching on internships and jobs, I met a recent RU grad who is having trouble finding a job post graduation. Melissa Boucaud tells me her story on the economy, its effect on her finding a job and the lack of prepping grads for the real world.
I was able to get a look into greek life and its meaning other than the letter. At a showcase exhibiting new members of different greek organization I was able to speak to two new members about their organizations and what it meant to them.
The West Indian Student Organization, also known as W.I.S.O, have started off the new academic school year with a bang! During the fall semester W.I.S.O participated in its first charitable event for Read More
This story about Danielle Crocket is the story about a young girl found neglected in an empty home. This is a great example of multimedia slideshow because of it’s ability to put words and images together and also because it is very captivating and powerful.
Jean-Carlos Enriquez, a student at Rutgers University, talks about Rutgers bus systems and his ideas on how to fix the kinks in it.