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Rutgers–Camden Student Returns to School to Pursue Love of Art

Rutgers–Camden Student Returns to School to Pursue Love of Art

CAMDEN —After spending most of his professional career as a computer software engineer, Greg Gibson decided it was time to complete his bachelor’s degree in something he truly loves: art. “I reached a point at which I wanted to do something else with my life,” says Gibson, a 61-year-old art major at Rutgers–Camden. “The most […]

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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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Economic Development in Camden, Afghanistan to be Spotlighted during April 18 Lecture

CAMDEN – Economic development lessons from Camden and Afghanistan will be discussed during a free, public lecture at Rutgers University—Camden at 11 a.m. Thursday, April 18. The annual Jacob Abraham and Mildred Amelia Baron Lecture will feature David Foster, president of Cooper’s Ferry Partnership, who will discuss his experiences in both Camden and Afghanistan during […]

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Natural, Civil, and Religious: Bridging the Divide over Same-Sex Marriage

Natural, Civil, and Religious: Bridging the Divide over Same-Sex Marriage

I want in these few pages to share one sliver of one piece of a larger project on the debate over same-sex marriage. Over the years, proponents of same-sex marriage have distilled their arguments into two powerful slogans: “Freedom to Marry” and “Marriage Equality.” These two ideas – “Freedom to Marry” and “Marriage Equality” – […]

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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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