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Blood Drive

Rutgers Biomedical Health Sciences is hosting a blood drive Nov. 6 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at New Jersey Medical School in Newark. Walk-ins welcome.

What do you know about the economic principle of diminishing marginal product? Rutgers Professor Rosanne Altshuler gave her students 30 seconds to figure it out on a real-life assembly line complete with tennis balls. Take a look.

Famous British artist Banksy recently made headlines by selling his art for $60 on the street - only to get very few takers. Rutgers alums Lance Pilgrim and Dave Cicirelli picked the same spot and sold faux Banksy pieces.

Bed Races

What do Wonder Woman and a giant gorilla have in common? They were both running down College Avenue as part of the annual Homecoming Charity Bed Races.

It is with gratitude and pleasure that I announce the receipt of a $1 million gift to Rutgers–Camden from the Daniel J. Ragone Family Foundation.

The Global Ethics Conference will be held on Thursday, October 24.

More than two-thirds of the $62.5 million cost for the research and teaching facility will come from a higher ed state bond issue approved by voters in 2012.

Monster Mash

Elementary school children are invited to the Monster Mash, a free alternative trick-or-treat experience including a costume contest, relay races and holiday crafts sponsored by Rutgers University Residence Life, on Oct. 25 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

A doctoral student explores universities’ potential for creating visitor destinations.


View celestial bodies, including Neptune, Uranus and the moon waxing crescent, during the Robert A. Schommer Astronomical Observatory Public Open Night Oct. 10, 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. in Piscataway. 

Gun Control Debate

Have the recent mass shootings in Connecticut, Washington D.C., and elsewhere changed the way you feel about guns? We surveyed students and staff with some tough questions. Find out their answers.

Newark mayoral candidates Ras Baraka, Shavar Jeffries, and Rutgers-Newark alumni Anibal Ramos, and Darrin Sharif will talk about the importance of public service and why they have

Promising Rutgers–Camden scholars will now have added support in their pursuits, thanks to a $25,000 gift from the Swan Historical Foundation (SHF) to fund an annual scholarship.

Meditation Rooms

Rutgers has opened three interfaith meditation rooms in the student centers on the Douglass, College Avenue and Busch campuses. Members of the Muslim community requested the rooms. People of all faiths are welcome.

Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration in Newark hosted its second class of interns in the Washington, D.C. area. This year’s class consisted of four graduate and five undergraduate students.

Discover the thriving sculpture community at the Livingston Arts Building. Students say their work thrives in this unique artistic space, which includes a welding shop, wood shop, plaster room and gallery space.

Jazz Archives

Do you like jazz? You don't have to go far to learn more about it. The largest and most comprehensive library and archives of jazz and jazz-related materials in the world is located on the Newark Campus.

Piper Kerman

Registration is now open for the 2013 L’Hommedieu Lecture, given by Piper Kerman, author of Orange is the New Black: My Year in a Women’s Prison, Oct. 29 on Douglass Campus. 

Community Day

Kick off the school year by listening to live music, learning about organized campus activities, and sharing a barbecue with friends both old and new Sept. 17 on the Cook and Douglass campuses. 

Rutgers Business School

From the outside, it's hard to miss the new building opened by Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick. Come inside with us to see state-of-the-art technology and classrooms.