What roles have slavery and dispossession played in Rutgers history? The Scarlet and Black Project is a historical exploration of the experiences of two disenfranchised populations, African Americans and Native Americans, at Rutgers University. Learn about our school's deep and storied past with current SASHP student, Carson Cummins '21, as your guide.
*This counts as an outside event for Honors Colloquium.
All tours depart from outside Old Queens at Will's Way (facing Voorhees Mall) and run for 45-50 minutes.
Please wear comfortable walking shoes and dress appropriately for the weather. Event is weather permitting and spots are limited. Please RSVP through the link below. Students in Honors Colloquium will receive priority.
COLLEGE AVENUE CAMPUS