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19º FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE JAZZ DE PUNTA DEL ESTELuis Perdomo Cuarteto Johnattan Blake / batería Hans Glawischnig /bajo Luis Perdomo / piano Mark Shim / saxo tenor – wind controllerMartin Wind Cuarteto Homenaje a Bill Evans Bill Cunliffe /piano Joe La Barbera / batería Martin Wind / bajo Scott Robinson / saxotenor Paquito D'Rivera presenta: Homenaje a Chano Pozo Alex Brown /piano Eric Doob / batería Zachary Brown / bajo Pernell Saturnino /percusión Diego Urcola / trompeta Paquito D'Rivera / saxo alto FINCA EL SOSIEGO, Maldonado, Uruguay
Rutgers professors in the Departments of Meteorology and Coastal Sciences said that while hurricane season may cause coastal flooding along the shore, it is unlikely that New Jersey will suffer a direct hit.
After following a route across Florida, Hurricane Irma has begun to move east towards New Jersey. The effects will be minor but are expected to influence the tides and currents along the Jersey Shore.
The Higher Education Committee of the New Jersey General Assembly unanimously passed a resolution in support of including a student vote on Rutgers' Board of Governors. Of the state's 11 public colleges and universities, eight have a student vote on their respective governing boards. Rutgers is not yet one of those eight.
An Airman administers a tuberculosis test in the immunizations clinic on Barksdale Air Force Base, La., Jan. 18. After receiving the injection, the patient must return after a scheduled period of time to have the injection site examined for a reaction. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Chad Warren)(RELEASED)
A team of students from Rutgers University — Newark were awarded first place at this year's Trading Challenge, which included participants from an estimated 600 teams.
Snooki’s two-day appearance at Rutgers in 2011 inspired a bill that would cap the maximum payment for commencement speakers at $10 thousand.
A team comprised of Rutgers faculty and researchers from other universities produced a report that looked at the long-term damage done by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Nicole Fahrenfeld, a professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental found that an oil spill in West Virginia had unexpected effects on microbes.
The Rutgers University Student Assembly has divided into two tickets — Rutgers Rise and Knights for Change — for its annual elections, which will take place March 22 to March 24.
Access week lasted from Feb. 13 through Feb. 18 and consisted of a series of lectures, film screenings, events and volunteer opportunities. It was organized by the Department of Student Access and Educational Equity (SAEE).
Rutgers Facility Operations sent an email to students announcing plans to hire a company called Geese Rangers on the Busch campus. The company uses Border Collies to chase away overpopulated geese.
The New Jersey state Senate presented Rutgers with an honorary resolution, commending the University’s global reputation and diverse opportunities.
Individuals attributed high rates of migration out of New Jersey to cold weather, high taxes and high rent. A recent study also showed the Garden State is one of the hardest states for retirees to settle down in.
The “Bridging the Gap” program, in its first year at Rutgers—Camden, increased diversity and enrollment by making tuition more affordable for students.