The Record runs a story about a Chinese American reporter’s experiences growing up with anti-Asian racism and why the Asian community is reacting differently to the current violence against Asian Americans, quoting RU-N Associate Professor Kent Harber.
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RU-N Distinguished Clinical Professor Randi Mandelbaum pens this piece for The Conversation about the situation at the U.S.-Mexico border being a crisis that's not new. Click here to read the full story.
In this one-of-a-kind free program co-founded by NJPAC and Rutgers-Newark, discover the extraordinary connection between poetry and jazz. These two art forms have intertwined throughout history, and now it’s your turn to create the magic that happens when they play together! Join a workshop to write poems set to jazz, or improvise music inspired by jazz. Read your work aloud at one of our community poetry shares. And enjoy performances showcasing poets and jazz artists from Newark and beyond. Creativity ignites when you explore, experiment, and express yourself at any of our free City Verses events. Click here to register.
Are you ready to do your part to protect the RU-N community? Add your phone to the COVID fight by downloading the COVID Alert NJ app. It's New Jersey's new app to help stop COVID-19 in our state. Click here for more information.
Changing Higher Ed From the Outside In: A Conversation with Rutgers-Newark Nancy Cantor is a podcast hosted by David Scobey for the Bringing Practice to Theory organization (bttop.org). Click here to listen to the podcast.
There are many great online workshops, talks, and events to attend virtually from Rutgers-Newark and the City of Newark this fall. Stay in the know, and submit your event, by visiting the Rutgers-Newark events calendar!