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A roundtable discussion of graduate students, professors and a visiting scholar was held on the sixth floor of the Academic Building on Friday to answer one question: how do we explain the history of photography today?
The first annual graduate student symposium titled — Writing the Histories of Photography — was captured by the Center for Cultural Analysis, the Department of Art History and the Developing Room — a group founded in 2008 and devoted to the study and practice of photography.
In the United States, an arrest for a drug-related crime occurs every 20 seconds. There were more than 1.57 million drug arrests and approximately half of them were marijuana-related, according to the Drug Policy Alliance.
The allure of the conveyor belt is its ability to get rid of a problem: food waste. Many students are concerned with how much of the buffet-style dining hall food — with its seemingly endless portions — are wasted by the end of the day.
The philanthropic efforts of greek life organizations at Rutgers do not stop short of Dance Marathon. Each year, these fraternities and sororities are some of the main contributors to the more than $1 million that Dance Marathon has collected this year and last.
At a quarter past hour 4 of Dance Marathon (RUDM), the entire floor at the Rutgers Athletic Center rushes the stage to the sound of "Mr. Brightside" by The Killers.
Student Democrats and Republicans met to discuss the country’s most pressing issues on Thursday at the Eagleton Institute of Politics on the Douglass campus.
Benjamin Bass, the newly elected president of Rutgers Hillel for 2018-2019 and a School of Arts and Sciences junior, talked about his personal experience and history with Rutgers Hillel, his goals as president and upcoming events at the center.
Evan Covello, outgoing president of the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA), gave the third annual State of the Assembly address at Thursday’s RUSA meeting.
Remembrance, community and coming together were among the many topics discussed on the steps of Brower Commons yesterday. Following the police shooting of an unarmed man last month, organizations on campus came together for a candlelight vigil.
Fifteen schools separate Rutgers from a personal concert with Belcalis Almanzar, better known as Cardi B.
While the nationwide opioid epidemic has picked up more recognition recently, it seems like all of that talk has yet to translate into results for the Garden State.
Students helping their fellow scarlet knights is the goal for organization Notes and Tutors.
Its goal is to create a more interconnected, personal community of students and tutors who can support one another’s academic achievement.
An accident at the New Brunswick Amtrak earlier today resulted in a death.
Boris Paskhover is the leading facial plastics and reconstructive surgeon at the Rutgers New Jersey School of Medicine (RNJSM). As a Rutgers alumnus, Paskhover studied at three prestigious graduate universities on his way to becoming a leading facial plastics surgeons.
Cardi B has partnered with the dating app Tinder for a nationwide college “swipe off” competition that will earn the winner a free concert from the “Bodak Yellow” artist herself. Rutgers is in the top 32.
The preliminary results from the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) Spring 2018 Election were released last week. Preventing the outcome from being finalized is a set of appeals that are in the process of being heard by the Election Appeals Committee.
The State Senate introduced two proposals that put Rutgers on the frontlines for research on gun violence.
After images of a game that awards players points for violent acts against Muslim people surfaced earlier this week, the Rutgers community has decided it will take the high road.
Cassie Sadowitz is a woman who does it all.
The Rutgers 2009 summa cum laude alumna is a lawyer, the co-CEO of a tech company with her husband and a general counsel in the NFL, according to Rutgers Today.
Every year, millions of students nationwide graduate college having learned numerous lessons during their time in school and a fresh group of rising first-years begin their own college journey shortly thereafter.