Rutgers Student Affairs will dedicate a reading room of nearly 2,000 books from the personal library of Cheryl A. Wall, a longtime professor at the university and highly regarded scholar of African American literature, American literature, and feminist criticism. The new Dr. Cheryl A. Wall Reading Room is located in the Paul Robeson Cultural Center on Busch Campus. A ribbon-cutting and reception will be held from 4:30 pm to 7 pm, on Friday, Oct. 28, at the center which is named after distinguished Rutgers graduate Paul Robeson and serves as the center for Black student life in New Brunswick.