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Rutgers has been no stranger to ribbon-cutting ceremonies this year, with several new projects in progress across all five campuses. And although everyone has seen the construction, not everyone has seen what the construction is doing to the City of New Brunswick.
Saturday night at Jameson residence hall on Douglass campus was home to an intimate-sized group of women and men interested in learning about an alternative narrative of women’s reproductive health options, specifically for women of color.
More than one million people in New Jersey lived in food-insecure households in 2012, according to Feeding America and the Community Food Bank of New Jersey.
The Hidden Grounds coffee shop on Easton Avenue has been part of the New Brunswick community for more than two years. They have been serving various blends of coffee and hosting events open to the community of students, faculty, residents and employees in the area and are now looking to introduce a second Hub City location.
Yuna started the evening with one of her hit tracks, “Falling,” and continued to excite the crowd with her upbeat tunes all evening.
Adjunct professors are "all about equal pay for equal work,” said John Castella, vice president of the American Association of University Professors-American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT) at Rutgers.
International investigative journalist Mary D'Ambrosio traveled throughout Latin America covering stories of social justice wherever she went. This fall, D'Ambrosio is journeying to Rutgers to teach as a professor of Professional Practice in the School of Communication and Information.
So you have classes to attend, office hours to visit, papers to write and club meetings to attend. You’re a well-rounded college student, but there’s one thing you’re missing: exercise! Many students say that what stops them from getting to the gym are their jam-packed schedules.
In one night, Bernie Sanders said the American people were tired of hearing about Hillary Clinton's "damn emails," and Martin O'Malley said his proudest enemy is the National Rifle Association.
Henryk Iwaniec celebrates what he calls his "personal lifetime achievement award” after receiving the Shaw Prize in Mathematical Sciences, an international award honoring scholars who have pioneered significant breakthroughs in their field, for his work developing fundamental tools in number theory.
Students will be lacing up their sneakers and bundling up their coats because on Oct. 17, the G.O.Y.A. Project will host their 14th Annual Literacy Walk.
Let’s talk about sex. More specifically, let’s talk about what Christina Thumann, a School of Arts and Sciences junior, called, the “problems, misconceptions and misunderstanding” our community holds on the topic.
The evening began by transporting students “Under ‘One’ Sky”: The Douglass Student Center was dim and the walls were lined with white, decorative lights that resembled stars.
Forget everything you know about sexual assault on campus: who it happens to, where it happens and who the perpetrators are. Students are now expected to complete a University sexual assault awareness and education initiative, called "Not Anymore."
There are minorities, and then there are "minorities," said Kathalina Alonso, a School of Arts and Sciences senior and president of the Native American Cultural Center, and Native American students fill that space.