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Volunteer Tax Assistance

Volunteer Tax Assistance

This tax season, hundreds of low-income New Jersey citizens will receive free assistance from Rutgers–Camden law students in preparing income tax returns. The student-run Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) project is sponsored by the Internal Revenue Service, which provides comprehensive training for the students so they can deliver this extremely valuable service to residents. The […]

Posted in: Community Outreach
Grad Students Enjoy Life at 330 Cooper

Grad Students Enjoy Life at 330 Cooper

Rutgers-Camden students are enjoying life at 330 Cooper, the brand new apartment-style residential hall that opened its doors in September 2012. Residents of the building are already carving out their own comfortable living community there. “It’s a beautiful place to live,” says Nicole Ojo-Ohikuare, a second-year student at the Rutgers School of Law–Camden. “It’s well […]

Posted in: Campus Life
Rutgers-Camden Librarians Contribute to Childhood Studies Book

Rutgers-Camden Librarians Contribute to Childhood Studies Book

Kids say the darndest things. Viral videos like “David After Dentist” and “Charlie Bit My Finger” are turning children into Internet stars overnight. Rutgers–Camden librarian Katie Elson Anderson has examined the implications of the instant fame for her essay, “Configuring Childhood on the Web.” The essay is featured as a chapter in the book Portrayals […]

Posted in: Research Highlights
Joseph Rigby SBC ’79 Named to Hall of Distinguished Alumni

Joseph Rigby SBC ’79 Named to Hall of Distinguished Alumni

Rutgers-Camden alumnus Joseph M. Rigby has been named to the Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni. Rigby is Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer of Pepco Holdings, Inc. (PHI), a regional energy holding company that provides utility service to about 2 million customers. In 1987, the Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni was created […]

Posted in: Scarlet Pride
Legal remedies for the flu

Legal remedies for the flu

A serious outbreak of the flu has been widespread in the United States this season and federal health officials announced that related deaths have crossed the epidemic threshold. Janet Golden, a professor of history at Rutgers–Camden and a specialist in medical history, has blogged about the outbreak for Philly.com. In the blog, Golden writes, “Unfortunately, […]

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