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A majority of Rutgers faculty contracts will be renegotiated in 2018. For the Rutgers chapter of the American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT), this represents an opportunity to remedy some of the administration's policy-based issues.
The "Mason Gross Masters in Fine Arts First Year Exhibition" at Mason Gross School of the Arts, open through Dec. 13, is currently showcasing an exhibit featuring first-year graduate student pieces from a variety of media, including paintings, photography, experimental sound and video pieces.
On Sunday, "Harry Potter" fans attended their third annual "Yule Ball," named after a formal dance held at Hogwarts in J. K. Rowling's "Harry Potter" series.
The technology and the safety of cell phone batteries came the world's attention last year when a design flaw in the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 caused the phone to randomly catch fire. Rutgers alumna Preeya Kuray, now a Ph.D. candidate at Penn State, has been working on a type of battery that could be a safer alternative to the current industry standard.
RU 20/20 hosted its annual Blind Date Auction a semester early this year. The auction is a fundraiser for the Sankara Eye Foundation, which provides free eye surgery for people in India suffering from curable blindness.
Rutgers is now the home of the first student-run chapter of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, a national nonprofit organization that advocates for gun control legislation and reform.
Rutgers scientists have developed new technology that effectively turns any solid surface into a touch-sensitive panel. It will allow the user to unlock their front door, car or any other lock by drawing a pattern or gesture on the surface.
Rutgers F.A.C.E. Modeling hosted Ziggy Mack-Johnson, a fashion influencer based in New York City, as its first guest speaker this week.
Pre-prom photos were taken in a room where the walls were covered with graffiti. The music selection for the night encompassed almost everything but dance music. This was Demarest Hall's "Anti-Prom" — an event that its organizers described as an expression of Demarest's unique atmosphere.
According to research presented last fall at the Undergraduate Research Symposium by Anjanette Vaidya, the president and founder of Rutgers Students with Children, the Rutgers community and university institutionally discriminate against young single mothers pursuing college degrees
Housed primarily in the basement of Alexander Library, the Rutgers Library Special Collections and University Archives holds a vast assortment of books and other materials that reflect print culture from its beginnings in Europe all the way to present-day New Jersey.
The first organizational meeting for the New Jersey Student Power Network, a group of students and community organizers from all over the state, was held on Saturday.
The "Millennial Day of Action," a rally supporting Phil Murphy's gubernatorial candidacy and other Democratic candidates running for office in the Nov. 7 election, was held on Saturday in the Busch Student Center.
The Rutgers University bus system, operating across the New Brunswick and Newark campuses, is the second largest bus system in the state, surpassed only by New Jersey Transit's statewide bus system.
Most students have had at least one experience at local Rutgers restaurant Stuff Yer Face — from their popular bolis to huge fish bowls, the Easton Avenue restaurant has been a favorite among students for years.
Nuclear bombs may be the most destructive weapons ever invented, yet the greatest threat of nuclear war is not the sheer death toll of the immediate explosion but the environmental impact, argues Alan Robock, a distinguished professor in the Department of Environmental Sciences.
The New Jersey Public Interest Research Group (NJPIRG) is campaigning against proposed cuts to the federal government's Pell Grant program.
Students for Justice in Palestine hosted its highlight event of the semester on Monday, called “Show Me How to Rise.” The event featured two local activists who spoke about the Boycott, Divest, Sanctions (BDS) movement, a transnational effort to protest Israel's conduct in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Yousef Saleh, a Rutgers graduate and current candidate for Jersey City's Board of Education, returned to his college stomping grounds and spoke at Rutgers last week. He touched on his campaign and the challenges of running for public office.
The Japanese Visual Culture Association is a Rutgers club for fans of anime, live action Japanese movies and other aspects of Japanese culture.