Demand Rutgers-Newark Provide Free Graduation Apparel and Offer an Optional Physical Stage

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Mehwish Fatima
Apr 14, 2021
Your minds must be guided by your bank accounts and wallets if you say no

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Maksym Lazirko
Mar 25, 2021
Would be nice to have at least a souvenir considering that the school still makes us pay for campus fees.

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Karen Colmenares
Mar 8, 2021
I pay everything out of pocket, paying full tuition and the minimum the school can do is pay for our gowns.

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Angel Williams
Mar 7, 2021
I know what it feels like not to have a high school graduation, so imagine those that have finished their four hard years of college (virtual and in-peron). Have the virtual ceremony for loved ones to view, but they should have a chance at walking on a stage spaced out (it is doable with the right PPE equipment).

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Dorcas Owusu
Mar 6, 2021
I am graduating this year and i would really prefer an in person graduation. Also with Covid 19 it definitely is financially difficult for students to scrape money to buy many things and it would suck not to be able to afford a cap and gown.

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Marquis Britton
Mar 6, 2021
It’s the right thing to do. The administration should be able to make plans to where it will be safe and effective for the students to have a traditional graduation ceremony.

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Julie Walsh
Mar 6, 2021
My daughter deserves a stage to walk for graduation after serving our country in the Navy and now getting her degree !

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Nadine Concepcion
Mar 5, 2021
We worked so hard we deserve it

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Hadacha Rodriguez
Mar 5, 2021
Because my senior friends deserve this!!!

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Niyanna Mcleod
Mar 5, 2021
I want to experience my graduation.