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HAIL AND FAREWELL TO THE CLASS OF 2014

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Come May 21 and 22, the various schools of Rutgers University-Newark will graduate approximately 3,000 undergraduate and graduate students.  Each student’s individual experience at RU-N is unique, but together they represent the rich character of the national university campus ranked most diverse in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.  We reached out to a few graduating students for their reflections on their years at RU-N.

Bachelor Degree Candidates

Michelle Gromashchuk, Rutgers Business School       
“I’ve learned more than I ever imagined....”

Yaroslav Imshenetsky, Rutgers Business School
Pursuing his dream and his passion

Shmuel “Sam” Libby, Rutgers Business School         
Being a Rutgers student was 'one of the best experiences of my life'

Babatunde Odubekun, Newark College of Arts and Sciences
'I couldn't have asked for a more fulfilling college environment'

Divij Pandya, Newark College of Arts and Sciences    
‘I’m a better person’ because of RU-N

 

Master and Ph.D. Candidates

Taehee Kim, School of Public Affairs and Administration
A step on the long journey to learning and growing         

Christopher R. Kozak, School of Public Affairs and Administration
There’s no debating it: Christopher has a bright future

Gwyneth O’Neill, Rutgers School of Law-Newark
A future “people’s lawyer”

Rhoda Scott Sampognaro, Graduate School-Newark 
An accomplished musician who has performed internationally

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Author: 
Carla Capizzi