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  • The best pizza around New York City is found in New Jersey at Razza Pizza Artigianale in Jersey City, according to The New York Times restaurant critic Pete Wells. Read the story in Rutgers Magazine for more on the owner and chef, alumnus Dan Richer.

  • Frank Lautenberg left an outsized imprint on state politics and national policy by the time he died while in office in 2013. His papers, now curated and maintained by the Rutgers University Libraries, include 2,250 boxes of hats, buttons, campaign stickers and other artifacts that, laid end to end, would stretch the length of seven football fields. The Alexander Library at Rutgers-New Brunswick will launch a public exhibit of the papers Feb. 21.

  • Chancellor Nancy Cantor and the Consul General of Mexico have signed an agreement that opens up opportunities for academic exchanges and cooperative research with Mexican universities and strengthens the university’s relationship with New Jersey’s Mexican and Mexican-American community. The agreement also formalizes a scholarship program – funded by the Mexican government – which assists students of Mexican origin who wish to pursue their education in the United States.

  • Dental decay is the most prevalent disease among children – sending many who don’t have access to affordable care to emergency rooms. Rutgers School of Dental Medicine students recently participated in a national event to provide dental care to underserved children. Watch our video and read our story to find out how the state’s largest oral health care provider is making a difference.

  • More than 20 years later, platforms for pairing up – and the attitudes toward those who use them – have changed considerably. But is the proliferation of dating sites and mobile apps altering our courtship experiences and long-term relationships? Rutgers relationship experts weigh in. 

     

  • Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and collaborators from Shanghai University in China examined more than 6,000 compounds and identified a drug that relaxes the muscles and opens the airways, allowing those with asthma to breathe. Find out why this new therapy might give people a better option and new hope.

Rutgers In the News

Rutgers In the News

Stop Congress From Undermining ADA Protections
The Star-LedgerSunday, February 18, 2018
US Climate Change Outlook Worsens After Further Research
Financial TimesSunday, February 18, 2018
Barbershop: History Of Immigration Politics
NPRSaturday, February 17, 2018
Millennials, Teens Embrace Payment Apps, Texting $$$ Instead of Cash
The Philadelphia InquirerFriday, February 16, 2018
Florida School Shooting: How to Talk to Kids About the Tragedy
The RecordThursday, February 15, 2018