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  • Jeff Broggi, associate dean of students for Rutgers-New Brunswick, is willing to go the extra mile, or in this case, plunge 30-feet into a swimming pool, to help undergraduates facing unexpected hardships. Watch our video and read the story for more on what inspired Broggi to participate in the annual tower jump to raise awareness about the Emergency Assistance Fund.

  • Mussab Ali isn't waiting for someone else to make a difference. At 21, he is the youngest person elected to the Jersey City Board of Education. “I don’t think my generation has time to wait,’’ Ali says. “It’s time to step up and really represent our interests.’’ This is his #ScarletStory.

  • A vegan, gluten and soy free chocolate dessert so delicious it will tempt students more than a traditional chocolate cake? That was one of the healthy but hard to resist foods on the menu when the Culinary Institute of American came to Rutgers for a training session with university Dining Services. Rutgers chefs learned the latest trends so they can prepare delicious and healthy meals for students. Watch our video for a peek inside the kitchen.

  • Women are highly engaged in this year's election – as activists and advocates, donors and candidates, says Rutgers-Camden’s Kelly Dittmar, a scholar at the Rutgers' Center for American Women and Politics, in a video and written op-ed for While she offers advice for how we can all be part of this reckoning, she cautions that “this push for women's political power is a long game, not a problem remedied in one election cycle.’’

  • On Feb. 26, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in a case that could decide whether unions may continue to charge mandatory “agency fees” to all public employees. Adrienne Eaton, interim dean and professor in the Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations, explains why this case matters in our Q&A.