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  • Anthony Ashnault and Nick Suriano will begin their quest Thursday at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. They both hope it ends Saturday with their hands getting raised as a national champion making history as Rutgers' first NCAA wrestling champions. Read the story in The Asbury Park Press.

     

  • Alumna Katie Miller, Class of 2017, found her job with a concert production company that partners with Rutgers University Programming Association through her involvement on campus as an undergraduate. Watch this video for a behind-the-scenes look at Beats on the Banks, a student-produced concert that returns in April and see Miller at work.

  • When Paul Robeson arrived at Rutgers in 1915, he quickly became a football phenomenon considered the best player in the nation. Read the latest in a special series chronicling Robeson’s life, part of Rutgers' yearlong celebration marking the 100th anniversary of his graduation, to learn about the challenges he faced on the field in a racially divided America as well as his accomplishments.

  • Alexis Torres Machado, now a Rutgers-Newark senior, was five when his parents brought him to the U.S. and 11 when he became one of the hundreds of thousands of youth who learned they were undocumented during their childhood. Learn more about him and watch the music video for a song he wrote to give voice to other immigrants, produced by the Newest Americans project at Rutgers-Newark.

  • Medical students Anne Levine, Anya McDermott, Sally Tarabey and Samantha Freedman started a "baby cuddling" program - providing skin-to-skin contact for babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children's Hospital at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. Watch this video to step inside the NICU and hear how the medical students are making a difference through the power of touch while learning to become better doctors.

  • Tired of legislative gridlock and partisan conflict? Read about some ideas to reform – or even transform – the United States government by America’s leading political philosophers in this article on NJ.com, produced in partnership with Rutgers-New Brunswick. Learn what Rutgers’ Alexander Guerrero and other philosophers from around the country have to say and check back for an analysis by scholars from Rutgers’ Eagleton Institute of Politics in the next article.

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