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  • Terrell Barnes

    Fifteen former Scarlet Knights are currently on NFL rosters. Sixteen if you count Terrell Barnes a 2014 Rutgers grad who is in his fifth year as an assistant equipment manager with the Minnesota Vikings. Find out how he went from Rutgers Football to the NFL in the latest in our series celebrating the 150th anniversary of the birth of college football.

     

  • Columbus Day or Indigenous Peoples Day? That is the question more communities are considering as the legacy of Christopher Columbus gets closer scrunity raising questions about the monuments, statues, buildings, streets and towns that carry his name. Find out what two Rutgers-New Brunswick experts on Native Americans have to say in this Q&A and article from NJ.com.

  • Ten-year-old Anika Gamburg, whose father died after struggling with addiction, didn’t want anyone else to go through the same loss. She started a fundraising campaign for her birthday that led her to a research lab at Rutgers-New Brunswick, across the country from her San Diego home. Read about her efforts to create a research fund to support work at the lab.

  • Women in the 2018 election were able to disrupt the status quo and challenge assumptions of how, where and which women can win elections, but disparities remain, according to a new report by the Center for American Women and Politics. Read an op-ed in Ms. Magazine by Kelly Dittmar, scholar and Rutgers-Camden political scientist, to learn about the findings. 

  • John Herma

    Throughout his life – whether as a track star at Rutgers, leading executive with Kohl’s department stores, or impassioned philanthropist – alumnus John Herma has marshaled the talent of people around him to deliver winning results. Read his story in Rutgers Magazine.

  • Gary Bracket

    Gary Brackett doesn't believe in making excuses. The Scarlet Knights 2001 walk-on became an MVP and team captain, went on to play nine seasons in the NFL –  leading the Indianapolis Colts to a 2007 Super Bowl victory –  despite heartbreaking personal tragedies. Read his story, the latest in our series celebrating the 150th anniversary of the birth of college football.