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A mold infestation at the Rutgers Psychology Department building on Busch campus is forcing some faculty and student researchers out of their offices and into tightly packed spaces, limiting their ability to conduct research.
A New York Times article from 1973 reported on the inaugural four-legged members of Mounted Patrol — a community horseback policing program at Rutgers. More than four decades later, it continues to have a profound impact on student lives.
On the verge of uncovering new life, two Rutgers researchers are in need of an artifact once housed within a 200-year-old Brazilian museum engulfed by flames earlier this year.
Students enrolled in the forensic pathology program at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School (NJMS) in Newark now have access to new learning opportunities through the Bergen County Medical Examiner’s Office.
University President Robert L. Barchi has announced that $2 million will be donated to support tuition assistance grants, emergency assistance and student-based food pantries through 2020 as his administration considers new strategies to address students' financial needs.
Fall semester's first University Senate meeting ended with uncertainty about the future of faculty contract negotiations, updates to Rutgers student services and the announcement of a free speech advisory panel at Rutgers.
Rutgers is helping to educate incarcerated New Jersey inmates while they serve time.
Off-campus students on the College Avenue campus now have a little more peace of mind walking home at night with the activation of new security cameras.
Women's wages in New Jersey stagnated last year as disparities between their male counterparts persist.
Students, especially those living on Livingston campus, now have more choices for weekday and weekend afternoon plans.
Four New Brunswick schools tested positive for lead levels upward of 70 times the acceptable amount.
A member of the Rutgers wrestling team has been charged with aggravated assault.
Rutgers will be unaffected by a new policy that limits alcohol at greek life gatherings.
Rutgers alumnus Chris of ChrisFix, a popular self-help auto repair YouTube channel, has approximately 3.9 million subscribers who, if they saw him in broad daylight, would only recognize him by the sound of his voice.
The New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD) is investigating a robbery that occurred at an off-campus residence on Harvey Street between Hamilton and Somerset Street.
New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker (D) and Sen. Robert Menendez (D) joined Rep. Frank Pallone (D-N.J. 6) at Mt. Zion AME Church in New Brunswick yesterday to voice their objections of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Rutgers ranked 56th out of 312 Nationally Ranked Universities by News and World Report — jumping 13 spots from last year.
Rutgers students can now save $5 off their Lyft rides during the fall season.
The room at Elijah’s Promise was packed with local reporters, New Jersey government officials and those who work at the community kitchen, who watched on as Governor Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) promoted his plan to raise New Jersey minimum wages.
The more than 9,000 incoming students enrolled at all three Rutgers campuses this year are among the University’s largest class in its history. Those attending Rutgers—New Brunswick will associate many of the following new developments with their first year at the University.