Opportunity Hoarding at Rutgers

By Keith Green On Monday, April 11, Rutgers-Camden hosted its inaugural Chancellor’s Lecture on Global Racial Reckoning and Civility with Professor Sheryll D. Cashin, Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Law, Civil Rights, and Social Justice at Georgetown Law. Cashin used her latest book, White Space, Black Hood: Opportunity Hoarding and Segregation […]

Tania Martinez: a leading figure in activism and advocacy on campus

Over the years, Rutgers University-Camden has been home to many successful activists. Tania Martinez, a senior triple majoring in political science, philosophy and global studies with a minor in Spanish, looks to follow in this storied tradition. Martinez, who is originally from Arkansas, has always had a passion for advocating […]

Greek Life Returns to Campus

By: Gia Lukaitis  Rutgers University-Camden is no longer at home and online which means greek life, athletics and clubs have also returned to liven up our campus. Social fraternities such as Tau Kappa Epsilon, Tau Epsilon Phi and Alpha Chi Rho all had their first in-person recruitment last week since […]