Rutgers students are mixed, but many are concerned about global warming and believe people can take small steps to help the planet. Check out their responses in the first installment of our new RU Speaks weekly series.
Welcome to the start of the 2014 spring semester! While many of you are returning to campus, some are experiencing Rutgers–Camden for the first time. In either instance, there are many reasons to be excited about our campus this semester.
While many of you are enjoying some well-earned relaxation during the break between the traditional semesters, Rutgers–Camden remains a hub of activity. Our winter session is in full swing and we welcome our law students back to campus as their s
The following experts from Rutgers–Camden are available to discuss the impact the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had on a variety of social justice topics. Dr. King’s birthday is observed nationwide this year on Monday, Jan. 20.
As we approach our 250th anniversary, Rutgers celebrates a long tradition of global intellectual and cultural exchange, and it deeply values academic collaboration with scholars and institutions around the world.
On Friday, Dec. 6, Rutgers–Camden will add a new chapter to our campus history when the men’s soccer team takes the field against Loras College in the first-ever Final Four game for the NCAA Division III national title in that sport.
What better way to impress family you only see once a year than with some turkey trivia and tips? Do all turkeys "gobble?" Do they see in black and white or color? What's the best way to cook a turkey? Watch our video and find out.
The march to an NCAA national title continues for the Rutgers–Camden men’s soccer team, who will host a “Sweet 16” match against York College at the Rutgers–Camden Community Park at 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23.
The 2013-14 New Jersey State Employees Charitable Campaign is an opportunity to provide support to more than 1,000 human service, health, and education agencies that deliver much-needed assistance to our neighbors here in Camden and in the communi
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.