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Earlier this week, the Eagleton Institute explored the current divide between federal and state governments through a lecture entitled "The State of the States in a State of Confusion." More than 90 members of the Rutgers community attended the event, which was led by consulting scholar Gary Moncrief.
Earlier this month, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced that the Department of Education will rescind the sexual assault guidelines laid out by Title IX.
Incoming first-year students interested in filmmaking visited the Rutgers Filmmaking Center Open House at Civic Square this past Sunday. The event, which provided faculty tours and info sessions, previewed the best of what the program has to offer students.
Evie Shockley, an author, poet and associate professor in the Department of English read excerpts from her newest poetry collection on Wednesday at the Writers at Rutgers Reading Series.
Mason Gross’ Visual Arts Department will be opening its doors on Oct. 28 in a collaborative effort to attract prospective students and provide insight into the program.
A GoFundMe has been created for two Rutgers students whose off-campus house burned down.
Yesterday, a small group of Rutgers students protested outside of the Douglass Student Center where a panel, entitled “Unsafe Space” was being held. The goal of the original event was to create a dialogue around identity politics and free speech on campus.
A free speech advocacy tour entitled “Unsafe Space” made its second stop at the Douglass Student Center last night in an attempt to spark new dialogue around free speech. The event included a panel of speakers and was met with a counter-protest from campus organizations including Black Lives Matter and Rutgers One.
Today is the last day to vote in the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) fall elections.
The Rutgers University Programming Association created the ‘Before I Die’ wall to encourage students to share experiences with one another and connect as a community. The wall will be making its way around the College Avenue, Cook and Livingston campuses.
A Rutgers-affiliated individual told police that he was assaulted by a group outside of an off-campus party on Delafield street.
Kathleen John-Ader, an assistant professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture was awarded the 2017 Award of Excellence from a national society for a project that analyzed the climate and topography of Norway.
Over 200 participants crowded into the Cook Student Center last Thursday for the 2017 New Jersey Gay Men's Awareness Day Summit.
Today through Thursday the Rutgers University Programming Association (RUPA) is hosting the annual "Before I Die" wall event.
Students and members of the Rutgers community helped out at Scarlet Knights Team Up to Clean Up event this past Sunday by picking up garbage and debris around campus.
Hundreds of residents were evacuated from The Yard @ College Ave this afternoon after a grease fire on the 12th floor set off the alarms and sprinkler systems — but according to students on the scene, there was a notable gap between the evacuations of the top and the bottom floors.
The Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) is currently investigating an off-campus aggravated assault that took place Saturday afternoon, according to a recent crime alert.
A Rutgers University assistant professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture was recently recognized with a 2017 Professional Award from the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA).