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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).
The exhibit, “Crossroads: Art + Native Feminists,” explores the role of marginalized and underrepresented women in art history. It will be on display from Feb. 16 to Feb.18.
Terrence A. Reese's Reflections exhibit depicts influential black individuals in intimate settings with short blurbs beside each piece. The goal is to make it easier for students to relate to the historic figures.
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.
The Monmouth film festival is scheduled to run from Dec. 16 to Dec, 18 at the Two River Theater in Red Bank. It will feature work from independent creators and is intended give amateur filmmakers a place to exhibit their work.
A new study by two Rutgers-Camden professors found cities in North and Central Jersey receive greater amounts of state aid than cities in the southern part of the state.
Rutgers professors and its facilities are helping improve and expand the aquaculture industry in New Jersey by improving how the state can farm different types of fish up and down the coast.
Lee Clarke, a professor in the Department of Sociology, has invited Rutgers University Police Department officers to discuss their procedures during school shootings.
The University of Chicago announced that it would not formally allow for trigger warnings, political correctness or safe spaces on campus in a letter sent to incoming first-year students. This controversial decision has been lauded by some and opposed by others.
A School of Engineering alumnus partnered with an associate professor to develop a wind turbine model which is more efficient than existing iterations. They launched XPEED Turbine Technology, and hope to expand their customer base around the nation.
State Climatologist David Robinson said climate change has lead to atmospheric changes, which may exacerbate future superstorms like Hurricane Sandy.
A county judge has awarded $4 million to the family of D.J., the mentally handicapped Rutgers student who was sexually assaulted by the former Rutgers-Newark Department of Philosophy Chair Anna Stubblefield.
Middlesex County received a failing grade for the pollution in its air. Health officer David Henry said the state still has to work at cleaning up this pollution, even though not all of it originated in New Jersey.
The Distributed Denial of Service attack against Dyn Inc. disrupted internet access to various parts of the United States. While it began on the East Coast, it impacted a much larger area of the world later in the day.
Global temperatures have risen by approximately 1.53 degrees Fahrenheit on average over the last several decades. Nearly 200 hundred countries signed an accord to try to reverse that trend.