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College students graduating in 2016 have a 5.2 percent greater chance of getting hired based on the results of a survey conducted by The National Association of Colleges and Employers this spring.
On April 20 the New Jersey Public Interest Research Group joined together for the first time with the two governing councils, five political student groups and the Residence Hall Association to encourage students to vote in the upcoming presidential election.
During the 2016-2017 school year Rutgers University will be implementing changes to the Sakai site.
Vanessa's Food Pantry in New Brunswick has provided food for those in need for more than 20 years.
Global Allies, a non-profit organization, serves to provide educational resources to underprivileged children, specifically refugees, in the most impoverished areas of the world.
Students can explore the outdoors while also learning new skills and creating friendships with Rutgers Recreation GO Outdoors.
An English major with a focus on cinema studies has developed into a famous comedian with ties to one of the world's largest sketch comedy festivals.
Justin Lucero has combined his passion for art and helping people by drawing portraits of students at Rutgers to raise money for the Embrace Kids Foundation.
What started out as a basement with no floors, wall, electricity or heat is now Hidden Grounds, a coffee shop offering Rutgers students and New Brunswick residents coffee, tea and sandwiches.
More than 2.5 million children in America are homeless, according to the American Institutes for Research. This problem affects Rutgers neighborhoods of New Brunswick, but students had the opportunity to help with "Project Night Night".
Though the wage gap still exists, significant progress has been made toward equal pay for both genders, said Judith Gerson, an associate professor in the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies.
About half of New Brunswick residents are poverty-stricken and suffering from a lack of food and shelter, but a New Jersey Public Interest Research Group (NJPIRG) campaign is attempting to help.
Brian Schendt, a School of Engineering senior, is not only college student but also a mentor.Schendt makes instructional videos to help students on campus better understand topics that are necessary in the field of chemical engineering.
A house is a home, but not everyone is fortunate enough to have either. Michelle Martino, an Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy second-year student, is preparing for her Bike & Build journey. During the trip, Martino and 30 other young adults will cycle across the country and stop along the way to help build homes for families in need, according to a press release from Justin Villere, director of operations.
After 27 months spent serving underprivileged regions, Daniel Turkel is helping to expand the Peace Corps, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping train people around the world for skilled positions.Turkel, a Rutgers—New Brunswick Class of 2012 graduate, joined the Peace Corps on March 18, 2013, because he realized he wanted to help others and have an adventure at the same time. Now, Turkel works as a recruiter for the organization.
Scientists on Wednesday reported that the year 2015 was the hottest year on historical record, according to The New York Times.But a University program, called the Rutgers Environmental Steward program, is aimed at engaging people to help protect the environment.
Many people may recognize Kristin Davis from her character Charlotte York Goldenblatt on “Sex and the City.” But before becoming a famous actress, she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in theater at the Mason Gross School of the Arts in 1987.Davis sat down with The Daily Targum to talk about her experiences as an undergraduate student at Rutgers as well as her life as an actress and avid philanthropist.
Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Chancellor of Rutgers—New Brunswick Richard L.
Rutgers is home to many well-known alumni, from "Sex in the City" actress Kristin Davis to "The Sopranos" actor James Gandolfini. Last Thursday, another successful alumnus paid a visit to the University.
With final exams approaching and the pressure to succeed, college students often neglect their mental and physical health.