Using only paper and electronics, first-year students at Rutgers created a lightsaber, xylophone and even a singing dog in a Byrne Seminar course. Watch and see what happens when you combine art and engineering.
In coordination with First Lady Michelle Obama, Rutgers joined other universities across the country on May 1 to welcome students who decided to #ReachHigher and enroll at Rutgers. Congratulations to the Class of 2019.
What makes you choose a salad over a hamburger? Different strategies from packaging to presentation influence our decisions to eat healthy food and junk food alike. Watch our video to learn more about food framing and how it shapes our diets.
Rutgers students are learning to use their bodies as musical instruments. A new Byrne seminar called "Rhythm, Drumming and Body Percussion" has first-year students tapping, clapping and stomping their feet to make some interesting sounds.
First-year students at Rutgers got a chance to pitch in on some community service projects in their new city before classes even began this fall. The new Start with Service program aims to build a legacy of service at Rutgers.
We asked our @RutgersU social media followers about the must-have item they couldn't live without during their first year at #Rutgers. Some may seem like common sense, others not so much. Whatever you do, don't forget the snacks.
Going away to college marks a major life change for students, but it's also a big adjustment for their parents. Find out how parents of first-year students are preparing themselves for the fall and learn ways to make the transition easier.