1. Before O'Keefe became a national figure, famous for his investigative journalism that exposed what he thought to be liberal agendas and corruption in American political and economic structures, I knew him as an already energetic and intellectually driven college student at Rutgers University.

    He founded the first ever conservative magazine on campus called The Centurion and made huge waves for his controversial & expose-styled articles and films.

    Whether it be entering a Women's Studies class handing out copies of Good Housekeeping articles from the 1950s or holding an affirmative action bake sale, O'Keefe was both loathed and loved by his peers and professors.

    After meeting him in late 2004 and being intrigued by his arguments, I invited him to appear on RU-tv's "Inside Rutgers," a public affairs show for the University.

    In the interview, he argues that the overemphasis of celebrating 'diversity' in academic circles at Rutgers ends up compromising what should truly be educationally-focused philosophies. O'Keefe highlights some of his tactics in exposing the bias and the overwhelming responses that followed.

    For more information about The Centurion, visit:
    rucenturion.com

    For more information about James O'Keefe, visit:
    theprojectveritas.org

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  5. Casey Waltz sits down with Melissa Weisz, co-founder of RUMI, the Rutgers University Microfinance Initiative.

    They discuss the importance of micro loans given to individuals in third world countries to establish a small business. These loans are gradually paid back over time once the person's business begins to make a profit. Microfinancing is so vital because it empowers people to help themselves out of poverty and to stay out by transforming the socio-economic structures.

    For more information about RUMI visit:
    http://eden.rutgers.edu/~mfinit/whymf.html

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