Student Spotlights

An unusual fact about me is that I hate studying in just one spot. Every few hours I have to get up and move to a different location, or I’ll lose focus and be distracted. For the last year and a...

I lived in a freshmen dorm as a sophomore. That’s right - I spent two years living in Barr Hall, a residence hall on Busch Campus that is only for freshmen students studying engineering...

As an engineering ambassador I have often been asked some version of the question - do engineering majors have time to continue their hobbies or explore interests outside of engineering? The...

Every Rutgers student’s path to becoming a Scarlet Knight is just as unique and diverse as the students themselves. Mine began 20 years ago when my family decided to immigrate from Peru...

Marching has been one of my passions since I was 13 years old. The beat of the drums, the cheer of football fans, playing my instrument on the field. When I got the opportunity to continue at...

This past summer, I had a virtual internship at AT&T. Setting up to work in the same room I had done school the past year was a weird feeling, especially because this time I was sitting in...

Being exposed to a new culture and starting a whole new life in a new country was overwhelming. I transferred to Rutgers in 2018 and it might sound cliche, but it was not as difficult as I...

Hello! I am Brandon Luong, a junior double majoring in electrical & computer engineering and computer science. I was not always in the Rutgers School of Engineering, I actually started off in...

What does it mean for someone to be “healthy”? Most people think of being physically fit on
the outside is what defines a healthy person, but I believe that being healthy goes something...

One year ago I was starting my first semester at Rutgers. I was nervous yet excited about the classes, dorming, and my...

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