What qualities are you looking for in the next president? Rutgers students say they would support a national leader who respects the middle class and isn't quick to use military force. Find out what else they had to say.
Rutgers is becoming more bike friendly by expanding its bike rental program and installing new bike lockers and repair stations around the campuses.The program provides freedom for students to come and go on their own two wheels. Take a look:
Do you know why cramming for a test doesn't really work or why sleep is so important for your memory? Watch our video to find out the secrets to learning and improving memory just in time for final exams.
How many cheeseburgers can you eat? Rutgers students and community members put themselves to the test at a recent competition at 25 Burgers in New Brunswick. Proceeds went to Elijah's Promise, a local food charity.
Rutgers senior Brian Robles is in the running for a one-way mission to Mars with Mars One, a Netherlands-based nonprofit. We asked his fellow Rutgers students whether they would make the trip if they could never come back.
As talks of a proposal to legalize marijuana brew at a state level, students are mixed about the idea. Some say it would lead to reckless behavior; others say marijuana is no more dangerous than alcohol. What do you think?
As a first-year student, graduation seems light years away. But Rutgers seniors say time has gone by fast. In the first of a three-part series, we meet four students who are facing the nerves and excitement that come with senior year.
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.