Do you like to color? The Rutgers Art Library released coloring books that feature images of Rutgers that you can make into masterpieces. Watch and see why students find coloring relaxing.
Notable alumni from across the globe return to Rutgers for a special day of interaction with students on our 250th birthday.
Throughout our 250-year history, Rutgers has produced world-renowned authors and artists, soldiers and scientists, governors, senators, and Supreme Court justices. View and download the Rutgers Revolutionary Series e-book to read their stories.
Professors Douglas Kruse and Lisa Schur say people with disabilities are receiving more attention in this election and a disability can motivate a whole family at the voting booth.
Rutgers’ Dipankar Raychaudhuri in the forefront of creating a mobile-friendly internet that can handle billions of devices and smart gadgets.
A multi-talented Rutgers senior’s latest ambition is a crowd-funding startup to help students pay for college.
The work of Rutgers faculty and staff provides voters with a greater understanding of the issues to cut through the sound bites.
Rutgers research indicates that men substantially outnumber women as opinion makers in the 2016 presidential election on top-rated cable news shows.