Three years of painstaking restoration make this century-old gift from Japan look new again. Read the story behind this 11-foot-wide exoskeleton of a giant spider crab.
Rutgers 2030 is the most comprehensive physical master plan in the university’s history.
Rutgers' collection of rare books by John Milton is open to the public and contains many surprises – including annotations by famous writers and possibly Milton himself.
Rutgers scientists are hailing the pope’s message as a pivotal moment that could lead to greater action.
Other news and developments from the June 18 Board of Governors meeting including the appointment of a Rutgers economist to the James Cullen Chair in Economics.
Among summer’s pleasures, reading ranks high on the list of members of the Rutgers community. Faculty and staff reveal the titles they can't wait to read this summer.
A tutoring program sponsored by Douglass Residential College and a Rutgers math institute aims to boost the number of women pursuing scientific and technical careers.
Mary Norris, a senior member of the editorial team at the New Yorker, shares her life at the magazine and other points of interest in her book, Between You and Me: Confessions of a Comma Queen.