The Pact

How was the Livingston campus a welcome change to Sam and Rameck?

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The campus, unlike others, was predominantly black. The living conditions were both familiar and welcome.

Rameck and I were surprised to discover that Rutgers’s Livingston campus— one of five campuses operated by the university— is predominantly black. When the two of us walked onto the yard for the first time, students were chilling in the lobby, listening to rap music, and playing cards. The scene felt instantly familiar and put us at ease.

Davis, Sampson; Jenkins, George; Hunt, Rameck; Page, Lisa Frazier. The Pact (p. 161). Penguin Publishing Group. Kindle Edition.