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Students from the lowest-income families earning a bachelor’s degree jumped three percent since 2013, in comparison to the 33 percent increase in bachelor degree attainment for students from the richest families during the same period of time, according to a report from the Pell Institute for the Study of Opportunity in Higher Education. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY YINGJIE HU / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER
A recent study analyzed the relationship between "hypermasculinity" and aggressive sexual behavior.
Actors from The Murder Mystery Company engaged Rutgers students in an interactive event hosted by the Rutgers University Programming Association on Jan. 28 at the Art Library on the College Avenue campus.
Residents of historic Mine Street are protesting the recent demolition and reconstruction plans by the New Brunswick Development Corporation.
Panelists come together at Alexander Library on the College Avenue campus yesterday evening to shed light on the history, technology and impact of militarism and violence against women.
Boxes full of non-perishable food items stock the Lucy Stone Hall Auditorium, where the “Organic Chemistry” review session was held Saturday afternoon.
Carlos Ulises Decena, associate professor in the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies and Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies, shares ideas for his book “Circuits of the Sacred: Preliminary Thoughts on Eros, Spirit and Pedagogy” at the Ruth Dill Johnson Crockett Building.
Foreign academics assembled at the “International Scholars Reception” for an exchange of global ideas yesterday at the College Avenue Student Center.
The Logan Brothers showcase their singing talents at the annual “Rutgers Got Talent,” organized by the Palestine Children’s Relief Fund at the Livingston Student Center.
Casual Harmony, an acapella group, showcases their singing talents at the annual “Rutgers Got Talent,” organized by the Palestine Children’s Relief Fund at the Livingston Student Center.
Ellen Idler, professor at Emory University, presents at the “Religion as a Social Determinant of Public Health” event held at the Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research in downtown New Brunswick.
Danny France, Caitlyn Kovacs’ friend and organizer of her memorial, honors her memory as photos display in the background Saturday at Busch Student Center.
Junior forward Nicole Imbriaco noted toughness as a key to the Knights’ success this weekend against Ohio State and Monmouth.
Keith Wailoo, vice dean and professor at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, spoke about his book “Pain: A Political History” yesterday at the Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research in New Brunswick.
Dunbar Birnie, professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, discusses new solar facilities yesterday at the “Energy Café” lecture.
Construction on the corner of College Avenue and Hamilton Street has forced many faculty and staff to give up parking.
Students attended the “Fall Study Abroad Fair,” sponsored by the Center for Global Education, held yesterday at Morell Street on the College Avenue campus. The fair featured programs that represented many countries.