Community Outreach

Discover Law Program at Rutgers Law-Camden Inspires Diverse Undergraduates

Discover Law Program at Rutgers Law-Camden Inspires Diverse Undergraduates

Sometimes you listen to the voice saying you can’t, and other times you listen to former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. A group of 25 undergraduate students from various backgrounds is hearing from dozens of accomplished professionals, including O’Connor and homeless-person-turned-tax attorney Nikki Johnson-Huston, about how their law degrees have harnessed them as […]

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Resolution: Rutgers–Camden Scholar and Filmmaker Earns 2013 Rotary Peace Fellowship

Resolution: Rutgers–Camden Scholar and Filmmaker Earns 2013 Rotary Peace Fellowship

As Robert Emmons puts it, he believes in the power of film as a tool of advocacy and change. In his documentary, Wolf at the Door, Emmons chronicles the fight of artist Jeff Filbert to save his Camden, N.J., home from eminent-domain demolition. In his film, On Mt. Peace, he aims to educate viewers about […]

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Rutgers Law Student Grows Crops in Camden

Rutgers Law Student Grows Crops in Camden

Rutgers Law–Camden has a long tradition of harvesting some hearty attorneys. A newer tradition, cultivated most recently by 3L Angela Juneau, is growing crops of fresh produce for and within its host city. Established two years ago by 2012 Rutgers Law–Camden alumnus Stefan Erwin from two vacant lots on Danehower Street, the community garden co-op […]

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Greeks are for Kids

Greeks are for Kids

Rutgers–Camden’s gymnasium was transformed into a carnival complete with rides, games, and other activities for “Greeks are for Kids,” a free event for children with special needs from throughout South Jersey. The third annual event, organized by students in Rutgers–Camden’s Sigma Delta Tau and Delta Phi Epsilon sororities, took place in April in the Athletic […]

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Alternative Spring Break Takes Students to Memphis

Alternative Spring Break Takes Students to Memphis

A group of Rutgers–Camden students traveled to Memphis, Tenn. in March to participate in a service learning initiative. The students helped restore urban areas, create eco-friendly environments, and work with school children to provide them with unique social and educational experiences. The trip was part of Rutgers-Camden’s Alternative Spring Break program, which promotes community service […]

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