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In its latest audit, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) reported 208 New Jersey-based anti-semitic incidents in 2017 — eight of which occurred across various Rutgers campuses. The total marks a 32-percent increase from last year’s reported 157 total incidents.
Two students at New Brunswick Middle School have been arrested over the past four days — both for making false statements about having a gun in their backpack.
The chants of student protesters echoed down College Avenue, throughout Downtown New Brunswick and in front of Old Queens — the location of University President Robert L. Barchi’s office — in a fight for higher minimum wages.
Endorsing his first piece of legislation since taking office, Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) signed a bill to restore $7.45 million in state funding for family planning and women’s healthcare services.
The more than 100 majors offered at Rutgers did not appear overnight. Some of the newer academic programs have been in the making longer than a traditional undergraduate program.
Following 139 supporters on a change.org petition, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) withdrew its invitation yesterday from the Rutgers—Newark Government and Public Service Career Fair happening today.
On Thursday, the General Assembly of the New Jersey State Legislature approved a legislative package that would prevent sexual predators from being hired at schools by enforcing a thorough vetting process.
The infant mortality rate in New Jersey is significantly below the national average for Black, white and Hispanic babies, but there are large racial disparities between the demographics.
In January, Elijah's Promise — a New Brunswick-based organization that strives to break the cycle of poverty through alleviating hunger — named a new executive director, Michelle Wilson.
One in 68 children in communities across America have autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
In a tale as old as time, New Jerseyans are still dissatisfied with their taxes.
On Wednesday, Rutgers students received an important reminder that it is not too late to vaccinate against the flu, in light of the the most serious influenza season in years.
Eduardo Perez, 33, an Elizabeth native, pleaded guilty on Monday to charges including second-degree vehicular homicide and driving while intoxicated in connection with the death of Rutgers–Newark graduate Mujahid Henry.
Twenty U.S. public libraries received grants on Friday that provide resources to adult English-language learners in need of education and workforce training.
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) assumed office two weeks ago, and yesterday his administration released information based on their transition meetings over the last few months.
In an email sent early yesterday, University President Robert L. Barchi directed students to an online tool for those interested in supporting the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program before its March deadline.
A new bill in the New Jersey State Legislature shines a light on college graduation, affordability and institutional accountability in the Garden State.
Generating $96.9 million in revenue but spending $99.2 million, Rutgers Athletics incurred a $2.3 million operating deficit as it outspent its operating revenue for the 2017 fiscal year.
Rutgers University Libraries look to add and archive the most recent Women's March — including those taking place in New York City and New Jersey this past Saturday — in order to document these notable protests.
Following the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) December 2017 vote to end net neutrality, cities like Newark, New Jersey are looking inward to supply residents with what they consider a more objective network.