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Rutgers has received a $2 million funding grant to conduct research on gun violence, Captain Mark Kelly and former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ) announced yesterday at the Gov. James J. Florio Distinguished Visiting Scholar in Public Policy Lecture, hosted by the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy.
U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) narrowly leads the senate race against Republican challenger Bob Hugin 51 percent to 46 percent among New Jersey residents surveyed in a recent Rutgers Eagleton Institute of Politics poll.
The Rutgers Environmental Stewards Program works to introduce non-scientists to the underlying science behind today’s most prominent issues, and this year is available to participants in four New Jersey counties: Atlantic, Essex, Middlesex and Somerset.
Rutgers will not be reimbursed the $5,000 it agreed to pay Lisa Daftari, investigative journalist and editor-in-chief at the Foreign Desk News, prior to the cancellation of her speech earlier this month.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a month dedicated to raising awareness and funding for the disease.
Turning Point USA founder and leader Charlie Kirk and conservative activist Candace Owens came to Rutgers Monday afternoon to talk about free speech and conservative activism on college campuses.
The man who struck a Rutgers student with his car earlier this year was under the influence of marijuana.
Joyce Leuchten recently received her master’s degree diploma from the current Dean of the Rutgers’ School of Social Work Cathryn Potter, 36 years after she reported sexual misconduct made by a now-deceased professor.
More than 50 students attended a meet and greet with New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez (D) yesterday, where he discussed healthcare, student debt and his current campaign.
Students in the School of Engineering and the 3D Printing Club recently created tactile maps to help blind and visually-impaired visitors and students navigate their way at the Alexander Library in Rutgers University—New Brunswick.
Student demonstrators from the Rutgers United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS) interrupted University President Robert L. Barchi during the grand opening ceremony of the new Van Nest Hall Friday evening.
New Jersey was ranked ninth in the country, tied with Idaho and Utah, in measuring "representation equity" among Black students enrolled in public colleges and universities, according to a recent US News & World Report ranking.
Investigating the disappearance of a female police chief in Mexico City while on assignment for The New York Times, Randy Archibold entered a small town engulfed in flames.
The Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) announced that it will vote to give 10 student organizations $146,000 in funding for special events in the Spring 2019 semester.
Rutgers students in a state of crisis or in urgent need of support can now talk to professionals around the clock through a new phone service called Protocol.
Horror film villains are the subject of Rutgers psychiatry students’ research this month, as they prepare for Halloween.
Earlier this month, a letter containing more than 2,400 signatures from law professors across the country opposing Supreme Court Justice Nominee Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation was sent to the Supreme Court. Among the signatures was that of John Leubsdorf, a professor at Rutgers Law School in Newark.
Valerie Suter, a Mason Gross School of the Arts graduate student and fellow at the Eagleton Institute of Politics, is bringing women’s empowerment to life by painting the women who have run for president as part of her current fellowship project.
Rutgers New Jersey Medical School (RNJMS) has launched a new Addiction Medicine Fellowship in an effort to fight the ongoing opioid epidemic.
Members of Generation Z, as defined by Mark Beal, are digital natives, socially conscious and community-minded people, who will be entering the workforce in droves over the course of coming years.