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Until we embrace all of our past, the good parts and the bad parts, then we can’t move forward politically or as a people. ―Tracey Scott Wilson,
Class of 1989
Once again, the Rutgers University–Newark Fed Challenge team has done the campus proud.
Cynthia McCall-Brantley (NCAS ’14) remembers the sweltering hot day in early June, at the Korona Community School in the Himo region of Tanzania.
Warren Lehrer tells lots of stories. And he does so in multiple mediums, drawing on a skillset that is as deep as it is varied. But the story that stands out is the one that crystalized his eclectic career path.
Professor Denyse Thomasos, an internationally recognized artist who taught painting, drawing and print-making, died suddenly on July 19. She was 47.