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The College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational (CUPSI) at the University of Texas at Austin was a historic four days for the Rutgers University Slam Team. The team ranked 24 in the nation out of 68 schools and won first place in one of their tournaments.
A decades-long study on income inequality has been updated and finds senior citizens have greater economic issues than when they were younger.
Rutgers was recently named in the top 10 U.S. colleges for a major in public health in a ranking compiled by College Factual, tailing behind universities like Johns Hopkins and University of Southern California.
Death anxiety correlates to voters’ choices of presidential candidates, according to a recent study by a Rutgers Aresty fellow.
Every year, high school students from the tri-state area and around the country gather for a four-day simulation of Congress, where they learn what it is like to be a part of the most powerful governmental body in the United States.
"Bae,” “on fleek” and “Netflix and chill” are all modern phrases with one common source.
When students are down to the final hour of the off-campus housing hunt, suspicious postings and difficult-to-maneuver websites only make the search more complicated. An online platform, uCribs, hopes to make that search easier for college students, especially at Rutgers-New Brunswick.
In 2010, the largest accidental marine oil spill in the history of the petroleum industry took place in the Gulf of Mexico, and a federal judge in New Orleans approved an estimated $20 billion settlement on Monday in regard to the BP oil spill, according to ABC News.
Throughout this week, a team of about 80 volunteers has come together to put together an annual event — Islam Awareness Week — where activities and giveaways fill a big white tent at Brower Commons on the College Avenue campus.
While many students spent their spring break in Cancun, Miami or in the comfort of their own beds, a group of students and their professor spent their time abroad touring Paris and London.
The fastest growing racial group in the United States is mixed-race individuals, but they are also the ones experiencing increasing amounts of prejudice from white people, according to a study conducted by Jonathan Freeman, an assistant professor at New York University.
A Rutgers program is helping students in the child welfare system who do not have a home during the summer by providing a number of summer housing and internships opportunities.
A project involving members of the World Dragonfly Association from Sweden, Germany, Japan and the United States turned into the discovery of the world’s longest distance flyer — a dragonfly barely an inch and a half long.
Weaving a basket may seem like a straightforward task, but doing so while scuba diving underwater is another story.
An academic trip to South Korea has morphed into a project to provide visually impaired students with 3-D-printed braille maps.
A new type of college is emerging, one where classrooms are digital and facilities are a thing of the past.
The average Rutgers student spends about $1,500 per year on textbooks and course materials — $300 more than the national average — on top of other expenses like tuition, rent, food and household bills, said Kaitlyn Vitez, Rutgers NJPIRG Student Chapters campus organizer.
While many students spend their Saturdays doing homework, sleeping or relaxing, a group on the Rutgers campus is dedicating that time to building houses for families who do not have homes.Rutgers Habitat for Humanity, the University chapter of the international nonprofit group, helps provide housing for low-income families, said Vishnu Venkatesh, the group's vice president and a School of Arts and Sciences junior.
Republican 2016 presidential candidate Donald Trump has caught the media's attention this year, gaining both supporters and opposers.The first primary of the election season in New Hampshire reeled in results on Tuesday showing a landslide win for Trump on the Grand Old Party (GOP) side with 35.3 percent of delegate votes.This was a sharp contrast to a recent Gallup poll, revealing him as the most unfavorably viewed presidential candidate with 60 percent un-favorability.
Women make up 47 percent of the total U.S. workforce, yet when it comes to the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields, they remain largely underrepresented.