Community Outreach

Symposium to Explore Immigration Policy and Reform

Symposium to Explore Immigration Policy and Reform

Rutgers University–Camden’s free public Symposia on Urban Poverty and Inequality series will conclude with the fourth and final installment, “Immigration Policy and Reform: The Imperative for Creating Pathways to Citizenship and Prosperity,” from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday, April 22. The symposium will illuminate the causes of failed immigration policy and its consequences for both […]

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Students Conduct Campus-Based Veterans History Project

Students Conduct Campus-Based Veterans History Project

A contingent of Rutgers University–Camden students and faculty is conducting a campus-based Veterans History Project. The initiative, which is sponsored by the Library of Congress, consists of recording biographical, service, and combat information for veterans who served in combat theaters from World War II to the present day.

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Panhellenic Council Receives Gamma Phi Beta Community Impact Award

Panhellenic Council Receives Gamma Phi Beta Community Impact Award

Underscoring its commitment to serving others, the Rutgers University–Camden Panhellenic Council has received the Gamma Phi Beta Community Impact Award from the Northeast Greek Leadership Association.

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Marian Wright Edelman to Lead Symposium on Urban Violence and Youth

Marian Wright Edelman to Lead Symposium on Urban Violence and Youth

Marian Wright Edelman, founder and president of the Children’s Defense Fund and the leading voice for children’s rights in the United States, will lead a panel focusing on urban violence and youth, from 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday, April 2.

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Rutgers Law–Camden Students Help Hundreds File Taxes for Free

Rutgers Law–Camden Students Help Hundreds File Taxes for Free

CAMDEN — For those whose every day is a financial struggle, Tax Day can be especially daunting. Affording accounting services may not be feasible at all and some commercial preparers prey on filers with low-to-moderate incomes, those where returns might be needed most. Through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) project, students and faculty at […]

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