Tania Martinez recalled that, as a young girl, she witnessed rallies for immigrant rights. That experience would leave a lasting impression. “I was inspired to try to create change. I saw how much power there is in communities coming together,” said the Camden resident.
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During years of armed conflict in her homeland of Colombia, Diana Grass, daughter of a military family, relocated 20 times and attended 13 different public schools before becoming the first woman in her family to attend college.
The Daily Targum was in the midst of a watershed moment when Hayley Slusser took over as editor in chief in February 2021.
Students who come to college later in life often describe that process as a journey. But few have travelled as far – geographically or emotionally – as Cassie Botnick.
When Soham Shah began planning the logistics for this year’s Rutgers University Dance Marathon, he drew on some skills he didn’t expect to use from his experience as a mechanical engineering major.