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Oct 16 2016

Do you like to color? The Rutgers Art Library released coloring books that feature images of Rutgers that you can make into masterpieces. Watch and see why students find coloring relaxing.

Oct 13 2016

When the media started reporting on the Zika virus outbreak in South America earlier this year, Rutgers graduate Jennifer Rakeman knew she and her staff were in for a very busy 2016.

Oct 13 2016

A Q&A with Rashi Aggarwal of Rutgers New Jersey Medical School's Department of Psychiatry about improving wellbeing for health care providers. 

Oct 12 2016

“I’m from Pakistan where girls aren’t really supposed to go abroad to study. Everyone sends their boys off. I’m the first one as a girl in my family to come abroad and study.

Oct 10 2016

Thomas Roy embraces online classes and technology to shine in his labor and employment relations studies.

Oct 10 2016

Rutgers, the Carnegie Foundation and German scientists reveal how a little-known amoeba engulfed a bacterium to become photosynthetic

Oct 10 2016

New York City is in for more floods like the one caused by Hurricane Sandy in 2012.

Oct 10 2016

New Jersey Congressman Peter Rodino's impartial stewardship of the House Judiciary Committee's hearings on Watergate earned the nation's respect and led to Richard Nixon's resignation as president.

Oct 9 2016

Throughout our 250-year history, Rutgers has produced world-renowned authors and artists, soldiers and scientists, governors, senators, and Supreme Court justices.

Oct 7 2016

Eboo Patel, an internationally renowned leader on intergroup dialogue, and Arthur James Hicks, director of an award-winning diversity STEM program, will receive honorary degrees during the May 17 ceremony.

Oct 6 2016

A Rutgers’ Byrne seminar encourages students to look closely at their lives in a digital age. 

Oct 6 2016

A Rutgers neurosurgeon navigates a corridor of the brain to bring relief to trigeminal neuralgia, often called 'suicidal pain syndrome.'

Oct 6 2016

‘Race Whisperer’ author, Melanye T. Price, explains how a triumphant moment in American history revealed our country’s racial tensions.

Oct 6 2016

Rutgers professors warn of stronger storms and a rising number of people at risk.

Oct 5 2016

Do you have a photographic memory? Can you speak several languages? Rutgers students say those are among the talents they would like to have. Watch and find out what else they have to say.

Jaxcy Odom
Oct 3 2016

Jaxcy Odom plans to bring expertise on autism back to her tribe where the disorder is still in the shadows.

Oct 3 2016

Professor Robert E. Kopp says there's a huge difference between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Oct 3 2016

Rutgers University-New Brunswick is on Campus Pride’s ‘Best of the Best’ list of LGBTQ-friendly colleges and universities for the fourth year in a row.

Oct 3 2016

Students at Rutgers University-New Brunswick can't use money as an excuse to skip the gym this semester. Rutgers Recreation gave every student a free flex pass that provides access to more than 100 fitness classes.

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