On Campus

A Half-Century of Supporting First-Year Students

A Half-Century of Supporting First-Year Students

Iraida Izaguirre, a junior majoring in childhood studies at Rutgers University–Camden, one day wants to work helping young people from families without higher education backgrounds attend college. She understands the challenges they face. “I’m the youngest of five siblings, and I’m the first one to go to college,” she said. “That was really important to […]

Posted in: 2018 Fall, On Campus
The Chemistry of Winning Teams

The Chemistry of Winning Teams

By Jeanne Leong The Philadelphia Eagles’ Super Bowl victory and improved Phillies and 76ers teams have given area sports fans hope. While the teams have many gifted players, a Rutgers School of Business–Camden professor who studies effective organizations says it takes more than talent to make a winning team. According to Chester Spell, a professor […]

Posted in: 2018 Fall, On Campus
A Community of Writers

A Community of Writers

By Leah Falk Before Candida Rodriguez discovered the community writing workshops at Rutgers University–Camden, her motivation to write, which once burned bright, had flickered out. “If it had not been for the workshops I attended at the Writers House, I would not have returned to writing,” said Rodriguez, a Camden resident who for several years […]

Posted in: 2018 Fall, On Campus
From Camden to Pebble Beach

From Camden to Pebble Beach

Former Scarlet Raptors golfer played in the U.S. Amateur tournament By Sam Starnes They called him “The Bot.” Zach Arsenault, who played for Rutgers University–Camden’s conference-winning golf teams in 2015 and 2016, explains the nickname his Scarlet Raptors teammates gave him. “It’s short for ‘the robot,’ because of my compact, repetitive swing,” he said. That […]

Posted in: 2018 Fall, On Campus
Nursing Research Focused on Preventing Depression for Women

Nursing Research Focused on Preventing Depression for Women

Nursing professor’s research includes Camden and other urban areas

Posted in: 2018 Spring, On Campus
A Musical Tradition

A Musical Tradition

The Mallery Concert Series on campus dates back more than three decades

Posted in: 2018 Spring, On Campus