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Student Veterans Honored by Peers at Annual Veterans Day Observance

Student Veterans Honored by Peers at Annual Veterans Day Observance

In recognition of their hard work to help student veterans make the difficult adjustment to civilian and college life, two Rutgers University–Camden student veterans have been selected by their peers to receive the top student award from the Office of Veterans Affairs. Shawn Rykaczewski of Stratford and Daphne Hilton of Camden were named Rutgers–Camden’s Outstanding […]

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Crystal Clear: First-Year Student Focused on Path of Scholastic Leadership

Crystal Clear: First-Year Student Focused on Path of Scholastic Leadership

First-year student Crystal Rosa Pagan-Perez arrives at Rutgers–Camden hoping to build on the considerable experience – and distinguished reputation – that she gained serving as a scholastic leader at Camden County College.

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Field of Dreams: Rutgers–Camden Baseball Standout Jeff Singer Signs with Phillies

Field of Dreams: Rutgers–Camden Baseball Standout Jeff Singer Signs with Phillies

Jeff Singer spent one season with the Rutgers University–Camden baseball program, but that season helped to catapult the left-handed pitcher into professional baseball. The former Scarlet Raptor took a major step up the ladder Oct. 15 at Citizens Bank Park when he signed a free agent contract with the Philadelphia Phillies. “It’s definitely a great […]

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Living the Dream: Daughter of Bangladeshi Immigrants Aspires to be Pediatrician

Living the Dream: Daughter of Bangladeshi Immigrants Aspires to be Pediatrician

Farhana Haque, a first-year biology student at Rutgers–Camden and the daughter of Bangladeshi immigrants, dreams of being a pediatrician.

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Nursing Student Finds Passion in Patient Care and Community Engagement

Nursing Student Finds Passion in Patient Care and Community Engagement

By Ed Moorhouse Sometimes even stressful and trying moments can provide inspiration. Jenna Romano’s path to becoming a nurse started while her brother was hospitalized with the H1N1 virus a few years ago. The Rutgers University–Camden freshman describes it as a difficult time, but one that gave her an appreciation for the health care field. […]

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