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  • Congratulations to Chef Tunde Kiss, who will represent the university at the National Association of College & University Food Services regional competition this spring. Visit @RutgersU on Facebook @rutgersdining on Instagram for scenes from the event.

  • "We are all deeply saddened by the passing of Commissioner Stern," said Director of Athletics Pat Hobbs. "I will forever treasure his guidance and counsel, and his humor. He was a very proud Rutgers alum. His was a remarkable life." Read more on ScarletKnights.com and in The New York Times.

  • When the clock strikes midnight on Dec. 31 we will be saying goodbye to a decade that was a time of great change, growth and innovation at Rutgers. Take a look at some of the most-read Rutgers Today stories of the 2010s from across the university and check out highlights of the decade from Rutgers-New Brunswick.

  • Meet the newest members of the best Rutgers Scarlet Knights women’s basketball recruiting class since 2008 and find out how coach C. Vivian Stringer's influence brought it all together even while she was on leave last spring.

  • In 1969, at a time of radical change in the country, Rutgers launched a bold experiment with the opening of Livingston College. The campus embraced diversity and rejected the idea of the ivory tower. In honor of the 50th anniversary, alumni have teamed up with Rutgers archivists to preserve the Livingston story.

  • One hundred years ago, when he graduated from Rutgers, Paul Robeson seemed capable of anything. Over the next few decades, he left behind an extraordinary legacy in athletics, the arts, and – not without controversy – the fight for human rights. Read the final story in our series on "one of Rutgers' brightest lights" and check out the full profile in Rutgers Magazine.

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