January 20, 2022
Helpful Tips For An In-person Semester
Featured Posts, Kiyoshi W.

Helpful Tips For An In-person Semester

Now that Rutgers University is back in person for this fall, you may not have taken an in-person class before, or maybe it has been a long time. Since we have changed from an online environment to an in-person one, here are some tips to stay on top of things and stay ahead of the […]

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Meet A New Ambassador: Kiyoshi!
Featured Posts, Kiyoshi W.

Meet A New Ambassador: Kiyoshi!

Hey Raptors! My name is Kiyoshi, and I am one of the Raptor Ambassador Leaders! I am currently a Junior graduating in May 2023 who is majoring in Biology with minors in Chemistry and Psychology. Initially, I wanted to be a surgeon for as long as I could remember. I was amazed to see the […]

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Why I chose Rutgers-Camden
Featured Posts, Priyal S.

Why I chose Rutgers-Camden

My name is Priyal Shah. I am a second-year student double majoring in Biology and Psychology at Rutgers Camden. I am in the 7-year BS/DO program at Rutgers University – Camden in conjunction with Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine. Currently, I am the Treasurer for South Asian Appreciation for Tradition and Heritage (SAATH) and Public […]

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Top Five Best Study Spots on Campus
Featured Posts, Kayla G.

Top Five Best Study Spots on Campus

 It’s the time of the year where students are full of feelings of apprehension, running off a few cups of coffee, pushing the clock to lock in information, and making a final effort in courses. You guessed it, finals week is quickly approaching. As finals week rapidly races toward us, I wish all my fellow […]

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Studying Tips for Finals Week
Alana G., Featured Posts

Studying Tips for Finals Week

Finals week is always the most stressful time for college students, but here are some tips for studying to help get you through it! Get OrganizedOrganization and time management are two of the most important concepts when it comes to getting through college. As finals quickly approach, take the time to plan out your days […]

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Meet a New Ambassador: Tyrone!
Featured Posts, Tyrone K.

Meet a New Ambassador: Tyrone!

I grew up in a city where outsiders seemed to know more about my city than I did. I grew up hearing things like “He’s going to drop out of school”, “Oh you’re from Camden?”, or even “He’s not going to college.” They said this city, full of African Americans, Hispanics, and Latinos don’t have […]

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Meet A New Ambassador: Alana!
Alana G.

Meet A New Ambassador: Alana!

Hello everyone! My name is Alana, and I am one of your Raptor Ambassador Leaders. This fall I will be a senior in the nursing program with a minor in psychology. I am set to graduate in May 2022. Ever since I was little, I knew I was going to be in the medical field. […]

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Why I stayed at Rutgers-Camden
Featured Posts, Kiyoshi W.

Why I stayed at Rutgers-Camden

When I first moved into my dorm room, I was up all night filled with excitement thinking about the year ahead of me. For the first week of classes, I was up early, eating three meals a day, and sitting in the front row of my classes eagerly paying attention. I felt great and was […]

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Tips For Better Studying
Featured Posts, Sarihana G.

Tips For Better Studying

I believe that everyone has their way of studying, however, the way you are studying may not actually be the best method for your learning style. That is why it is important to figure out what studying style works best for you. I realized that the space you study in and the time you cut […]

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Staying Involved On-Campus as a Commuter
Alana G., Featured Posts

Staying Involved On-Campus as a Commuter

Rutgers-Camden is primarily a commuter school, so being involved in campus life is a common worry for many students. Luckily, Rutgers offers a ton of ways to stay involved whether you live on campus or commute! Clubs and Organizations There is no shortage of clubs available to students on the Rutgers-Camden campus! Campus clubs can […]

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