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From New Brunswick to France, a Rutgers undergraduate student’s academic passions have led him to interview members of Marine Le Pen’s political party and study French politics during a time of uncertainty and upheaval.
More than 300 people have signed a petition to prohibit Dr. Felicia McGinty, vice chancellor of Student Affairs, from participating in the 2018 Rites of Passage, a pre-commencement celebration in May to honor Black and Latinx students.
Held at the New Brunswick High School, the fourth-annual daylong conference "Trans Youth Forum 2018," discussed the transgender community and the experiences of its members, on Saturday.
The Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance (VPVA) at Rutgers sponsored the first of three performances of playwright and activist Eve Ensler’s internationally award-winning play, “The Vagina Monologues,” last night at the Livingston Student Center — honoring the millions of women affected by violence every year, according to the VPVA website.
Yesterday, the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) met for the last time this semester. At its weekly meeting, the assembly elected the last of its internal officer positions.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy's (D-N.J.) plan to make community college free during his time in office comes coupled with concerns regarding how such a proposal would be funded and how it would affect the community.
The post-study break procrastination that arises after not wanting to complete an assignment may have more to do with distractive habits than anything-else bits.
Slavery, religion and politics were all analyzed through the scope of American history on Tuesday night at a presentation hosted by Ratio Christi, a Christian-student group at Rutgers.
Sustaining over recessions, new regulations and positive economic trends, the charitable food industry has seen and made its own share of adaptations in keeping up with the times.
From College Hall to Voorhees Mall, approximately 100 students and community members took to George Street yesterday in protest of sexual violence for the fifth annual “Take Back the Night” march.
Joseph Mancuso, professor in the Department of Theatre Studies in the Mason Gross School of the Arts, has announced his retirement after teaching Theater Appreciation at Rutgers for nearly 30 years.
Often times the stress and emotional baggage college students carry goes unchecked, affecting their day-to-day lives.
During his campaign to become the state's 56th governor, Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) ran on a ticket that pushed cannabis law reform.
Currently, under Rutgers policy, students who possess or use marijuana must undergo educational programming or intervention and follow-up with parental notification for their first offense, according to the Visiting Student Handbook.
New Brunswick Mayor James Cahill, is running for reelection. He is involved in many of the current and future projects that involve Rutgers, New Brunswick and the institutions they encompass.
Bringing the pieces of recent anti-Semitic instances on college campuses together, former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci met members of the University at the Chabad House last night with anecdotes of his experiences with Judaism, ways to promote its preservation and a look into his life during and after his time at the White House.
For students who feel the need to get away this summer or in the coming semesters, Rutgers has them covered through its approximately 400 global partnerships and more than 180 study-abroad programs in 50 different countries.
Jeffrey Mitchell Isaacs, a New-Brunswick man and former Rutgers Board of Trustees member, has been ordered to pay $750,000 in connection with selling New Jersey investors more than $7 million worth of unregistered securities that were tied to an alleged $1.2 billion nationwide ponzi scheme, according to a news release from the Office of the Attorney General.
Although bats are not the most popular field of study for most biology majors, Angelo Soto Centeno has always known he wanted to pursue the examination of these unique, nocturnal creatures.
A recent pilot program was launched across campus that supplies students with access to free menstrual products. As the first of its kind, the program aims to meet student needs for hygienic, accessible feminine products.
Advancing through both the New Jersey General Assembly and the New Jersey Senate, a bill to grant certain undocumented students access to financial aid services now sits on Gov. Phil Murphy’s (D-N.J.) desk.