New Jersey's diverse population has increased demand for a wide variety of hot peppers. Rutgers researchers are developing peppers for all tastes - from a mild Poblano to the mouth-scorching Trinidad Scorpion.
Call when you can; text when you can't. That's the message from Rutgers police and dispatchers who are running a pilot 911 text system serving the university community and Middlesex County. Watch and see it in action.
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.
Beekeeping is making a comeback in New Jersey. Rutgers is training new beekeepers with the hope that the hobby might turn into a profession for some and help solve New Jersey's bee shortage. Watch our video to see what all the buzz is about.
Rutgers' youngest students are getting a taste of what it's like to cook at a new teaching kitchen specifically designed for preschoolers. The new facility is designed to help children embrace healthy eating at a young age.
Rutgers classical saxophone instructor Paul Cohen has over 200 saxophones composing the largest private collection in the world. Watch and find out which instruments are his favorites and see how he finds his "personal voice" playing the sax.
How is the classroom environment different in China compared with the United States? Watch our video to see what students from South China University of Technology have to say after studying robotics and engineering at Rutgers this summer.
Are you wondering what the Pokémon Go craze is all about? Rutgers was recently named one of the top 50 places to play the popular game in the nation. Watch our video to find out what the people staring at their cell phones are really after.
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.
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.
The 'Hear Now Rutgers 250' exhibit at the Zimmerli Art Museum is pulling together your photos to help commemorate the university's 250th year. One couple has already used the exhibit as a backdrop to get engaged.