Students are returning to new and renovated facilities across the Rutgers University system.
Jaleesa McEachin will always be grateful to poetry’s role in saving her life, and it is this gratitude that motivates her to help and inspire others.
A little bit of ping pong is all it takes to unite a community. Students from colleges located across Newark were invited to put down their books, pick up a paddle and compete in a ping pong tournament. Watch our video to see the competition.
As a gay writer of color, Saeed Jones says he finally feels at home among the Internet media giant's diverse roster.
A. Van Jordan is the sole winer of the 2015 Lannan Literary Award.
The president shared his sense of urgency to create a criminal justice system that breaks the cycle of incarceration that destroys communities.
An RU-N alumna is one of only 94 scholars in the world to receive a Gates Cambridge Scholarship.
Earn up to four credits in a few weeks.
The new system, called VideoWall, was developed by computer scientists with a vision for everything from bridging classrooms in New Jersey to helping researchers communicate across continents.
A unique fellowship program at Rutgers Law School provides new members of the bar with $30,000 stipends – and lots of experience.
Retired attorney Henry Ramer lobbies Congress; speaks four languages; runs, swims, and bikes; and can’t stop taking classes.
John Floreen took over the struggling Rutgers University-Newark chorus in 1979 and turned it into a powerhouse performing group. Where does he find his inspiration? Watch and find out.
RU-N's Robeson Galleries Open Fine Arts Exhibition
An estimated 16,465 graduates will receive academic degrees at three Rutgers University commencement ceremonies.
Volunteers will beautify both the campus and the Newark community on April 20 and 22.
Rutgers University-Newark, Hudson County Community College Agree to Streamline Transfer Procedures
Good health? It's child's play!
Women in Media-Newark will hold its sixth annual International Film Festival March 24 – April 1 in celebration of Women’s History Month.
Feb. 16 program will exaplin the "NextGen" curriculum, goals