Rutgers’ historian and author Mia Bay says the oft-hidden history of lynching has resonance today. She shares her work in a documentary, An Outrage.
Kathleen Lonski sought to fill a void she saw in school programs to deter bullying.
When you’re one of only a couple dozen of people in the country able to play a rare 18th-century instrument, opportunities have a way of finding you.
The university ranks among top producers of Fulbright fellows at research institutions nationwide.
Is this form of public protest still effective and, if so, what do organizers hope to accomplish?
Rutgers graduate student Andrea Catone launches Action Together New Jersey to mobilize people who want to bring about local and national change.
New bike and bus lanes part of broader redevelopment initiative with city of New Brunswick.
Eathan Janney also tunes pianos in Peru, while overseeing a global piano tuning business.
Susan Merkel lobbied for passage of New Jersey Birthright Bill, which goes into effect next month.
The initiative at Rutgers Douglass Residential College combines career, leadership and wellness programs.
Public health policy expert Anita Ashok Datar was one of 21 people killed in last year’s terrorist attack in Mali.
Rutgers hosted the biggest party in its 250-year history on November 10, concluding a yearlong birthday celebration, and marking the historic date with concerts, exhibitions, symposia, fireworks and the scarlet red glow that lit up New York City’s
Chelsie Riche dedicates her academics and activism to eradicating the economic barriers she faced growing up.
A Rutgers graduate brings an innovative participatory approach to his high school science classroom.
A multi-talented Rutgers senior’s latest ambition is a crowd-funding startup to help students pay for college.
A Rutgers’ Byrne seminar encourages students to look closely at their lives in a digital age.
‘Race Whisperer’ author, Melanye T. Price, explains how a triumphant moment in American history revealed our country’s racial tensions.
Rutgers, College of Saint Elizabeth help educators learn how to teach students to work well with others, manage feelings and become responsible adults.
National estimates suggest 20 percent of college students have experienced hunger.
Becoming a city council member has been Andrew Rodriguez’s goal since boyhood.