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Chancellor’s Urban Poverty Symposium hosts Marian Wright Edelman

April 8, 2014 3:59 pm0 comments
Chancellor’s Urban Poverty Symposium hosts Marian Wright Edelman

The third installment of the Chancellor’s Symposium on Urban Poverty and Inequality was a sensitive and thought-provoking look at urban realities, as they exist today.  A panel discussion focused on urban violence and youth that posed a troubling familiarity to …

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Drag Show Electrifies Rutgers-Camden Students

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Drag Show Electrifies Rutgers-Camden Students

Where can you see posh female impersonators? Where can you see performers doing splits off of stages? Where can you find massive butt implants? The answer is at a drag show in the Multi-Purpose Room.

On Thursday April 3rd

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Captain America: Winter Soldier Breaks Box Office Records

April 6, 2014 5:12 pm0 comments
Chris Evans and Scarlet Johanssen show great chemistry on the movie screen

When the odds are stacked against him, he doesn’t give up. When the only person he can trust is himself, he doesn’t deter. When defeat is imminent, he still comes out on top.

Captain America: Winter Soldier has transcended the …

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Dabbling at the Dobbs

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The Legendary Dobbs has provided musical talents a stage for many years

Along South Street in Philadelphia, various venues of entertainment and cuisine exist only to be exploited by those who seek what it has to offer. Of these establishments is a hidden gem on 304 South Street that has been around …

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Debates Begin and Candidates Battle it Out

April 5, 2014 6:56 pm0 comments
Debates Begin and Candidates Battle it Out

As April kicks off, Student Government Association election season begins to grace the paved streets of Rutgers-Camden. The future leaders of the campus are beginning to buckle down on their qualifications and reasons why they should be elected for the …

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NJPIRG Camden Chapter Blasts McCutcheon v FEC Decision

April 4, 2014 4:59 pm0 comments
NJPIRG Camden Chapter Blasts McCutcheon v FEC Decision

McCutcheon v FEC was decided on April 2, 2014.  The decision eliminated certain campaign finance regulations that limited the amount wealthy donors could give.

U.S. PIRG research found that this ruling could bring $1 billion in additional campaign contributions from …

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RUC’s Future 6 One Act Plays Showcases Theatre Prospects

April 3, 2014 11:40 pm0 comments
Assane poses with some of RUC's finest in the theatre department

For many who’ve entered Rutgers-Camden this year and have seen the work by the theater department, it is safe to say that they have been exposed to a good amount of high quality theatre this year. The student directed one …

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Raptor Report: Week of 04/1

April 1, 2014 5:50 pm0 comments
Raptor Report: Week of 04/1

Senator In The City: My favorite Senator, Cory Booker, was in Camden on March 14th hosting a Small Business Roundtable Event. Mayor Redd introduced the Senator, who went on to discuss the importance of small business here in Camden. The …

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The Illusion of Time

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Does anyone really have "free time"?

Time is the most precious commodity we have. Each of us has a particular amount of time to live, unbeknownst to us, that ticks second by second. Our designated time is unknown, but it does not require acknowledgement, and so …

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#Lightskin vs #Darkskin

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Social media can be used for both good and evil. Consider how accessible information is to the masses because of sites like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. We have the ability to express thoughts, opinions and art openly and freely. Social …

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