Tag: Rutgers-Camden

Filmmaking and Theater Students Join Forces for Virtual Production of “Anything Goes”

Filmmaking and Theater Students Join Forces for Virtual Production of “Anything Goes”

The Department of Visual, Media, and Performing Arts will stream the 1934 Cole Porter musical “Anything Goes” from Thursday, April 22 to Sunday, April 25.

Posted in: Arts and Culture
Critical Focus on Racism and Misogyny Extends to Greek and Roman Classics, Says Rutgers–Camden Professor

Critical Focus on Racism and Misogyny Extends to Greek and Roman Classics, Says Rutgers–Camden Professor

Prof. Evan Jewell considers the question: “How do we teach an ancient society where misogyny, sexual assault, and harassment were the norm and built into the classic texts that we read?”

Posted in: Research Highlights
Digital Studies Students Launch “Voices of Immigration” Podcast

Digital Studies Students Launch “Voices of Immigration” Podcast

By Tom McLaughlin Simply put, explains Tania Martinez, there’s more to the story. During her time at Rutgers University–Camden, she has met countless people on campus and in the surrounding area who have shared incredible stories about their immigrant experiences. Now she wants others to hear them as well. Martinez and fellow undergraduate researchers in […]

Posted in: Community Outreach
Storytelling Project Shares Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on New Jersey Communities

Storytelling Project Shares Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on New Jersey Communities

New Jersey communities will soon get a clearer picture of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to a new NJ YMCA storytelling project informed by the Senator Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs at Rutgers University–Camden.

Posted in: Community Outreach
Incarceration Can Cause Poorer Cardiovascular Health, Says Rutgers–Camden Study

Incarceration Can Cause Poorer Cardiovascular Health, Says Rutgers–Camden Study

People who experience incarceration have poorer cardiovascular health across a wide range of indicators, especially poor diet, smoking, and high blood pressure, according to new Rutgers University–Camden research.