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  • Kaity Assaf

    Kaity Assaf’s resume testifies to the power women can wield, even before they are old enough to run for most elected offices. Learn more about the Rutgers-Newark junior, the youngest member of the leadership team for the Jan. 19 march, who made her mark as an activist in high school successfully lobbying to have Eid Al-Adha, the holiest day of the Islamic calendar, designated a public school holiday.

  • James Gandolfini on the field during the 2005 Insight Bowl with Marco Battaglia, a former Rutgers All-American tight end and current assistant athletic director for development

    James Gandolfini, a dedicated Rutgers fan who could be spotted in the stands during football games at Stadium during the height of his career, played a key role in transforming television and putting New Jersey, and his alma mater, on the map. Learn more about the star of The Sopranos, ​which debuted on HBO 20 years ago this month.

  • As the year draws to a close, we reflect on the great things that happened at Rutgers in 2018. Take a look at some of the most clicked-on stories this year, from a scientific diving class that teaches aspiring oceanographers how to navigate the underwater world to an alumna who shines as the youngest producer at NBC's New York Bureau.

  • Classes are over, finals are complete and the start of another semester is weeks away. Wondering what to do with your free time over winter break? Rutgers Today asked for some recommendations from across the university. Here are some suggestions to fill your free time.

  • What does it mean to be family? Rutgers cheerleader Andrew Geldreich says it's more than just about blood. Take a minute to watch this video, part of our Scarlet Stories series, and think about the people in your life who have transcended blood to become part of the family in your heart.

  • A new report by a nationwide alliance of leading colleges and universities highlights the success of the Rutgers Future Scholars program in expanding opportunity for low- and moderate-income students. Learn more about program's accomplishments, outlined in a report this week by the American Talent Initiative. 

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