President Barack Obama's visit to Rutgers on Sunday trended nationally on Twitter and Facebook as graduates and their families took to social media to mark the occasion.
The president commended Rutgers for persistence in inviting him and said letters from student's grandmother sealed the deal.
If you could ask President Obama anything, what would it be? Watch our video and hear some amusing and serious things Rutgers students want to know from our 250th anniversary commencement speaker.
#Rutgers is excited to welcome President Obama to commencement on Sunday. Check out our list of Dos and Don'ts so you're prepared for the big day.
More than 12,000 graduates will be seated on the field at High Point Solutions Stadium in Piscataway when President Barack Obama delivers the Rutgers University-New Brunswick commencement address Sunday, May 15.
The president addresses graduates at the Rutgers University-New Brunswick commencement May 15 at High Point Solutions Stadium – the 250th anniversary graduation ceremony.
There's a lot to know about Rutgers University and its 250 years of history. With President Obama coming to speak at commencement, we asked students what they would tell the president about Rutgers.
Two constitutional law experts discuss President Obama's next move to fill the vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Fifty-three percent of New Jerseyans support President Obama’s executive order sparing millions of undocumented immigrants from risk of immediate deportation, a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll finds.
NEWARK, NJ Dec.
As the shutdown enters its third week, New Jersey’s registered voters reflect the rest of the nation’s disapproval.