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When Olympic fencer Katharine Holmes was a sophomore at Princeton University, she suffered from a concussion that landed her in the hospital.
After 42 years of working in Rutgers Dining Services, Aida Jane Doolittle is retiring this February, proudly brandishing bachelor’s degrees in Sociology and Labor Relations that she has been working toward since 2005.
Rutgers continues to develop and implement the goals outlined in its 2030 plan, which includes green energy, changes to transportation and hopeful improvements to the quality of college life for both students and faculty, according to the introduction of the proposal’s report.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded approximately $6.6 million to Rutgers as part of a $220 million contract to a coalition of universities this week in an effort to carry out the foundation’s Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI).
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.
In October, Rutgers Athletics will host MidKnight Madness — a free event exclusive to Rutgers—New Brunswick undergraduate students that will feature a performance by A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and 3-point and dunk contests with the Rutgers basketball teams.
Located at 125 Paterson St. New Brunswick, NJ, the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Clinical Academic Building is now host to a new surgical care practice for children.
University President Robert L. Barchi has announced $2 million will be donated to student-pantries as his administration considers new strategies to address students' financial needs.
Rutgers has received a five-year grant from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the National Institutes of Health for $18 million to examine the effects of tobacco marketing on public health, according to Rutgers Today.
A Rutgers professor has discovered that there is a cross-generational effect that cartoons have on childhood sleep patterns.
With midterm elections around the corner, the Center for Youth Political Participation (CYPP) is keeping civic engagement active on campus through polling events for National Voter Registration Day today.
Two crime alerts were issued over the course of Friday and this weekend — one involving an aggravated assault and the other involving a robbery.
Following Naomi Klein — journalist and human rights activist — being named the inaugural Gloria Steinem Endowed Chair in Media, Culture and Feminist Studies, the University hosted a dialogue on Sept. 21 that covered new media and the shape of various cultural movements.
Rutgers’ Institute of Health, Healthcare Policy and Aging Research School of Aging has received approximately $1.4 million in federal grants.
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.
First-year student's first impressions often mirror the frustrations and fascinations that many upperclassmen have come to accept from Rutgers.
Rutgers has been no stranger to its share of protests in recent years, and a new study from ShieldCo found that the reason may be geographical.
The New Jersey Scholarship and Transformative Education in Prisons (NJ-STEP) program is a statewide initiative administered by Rutgers—Newark along with the New Jersey Department of Corrections, the State Parole Board and a network of public and private colleges, which includes Rutgers—New Brunswick and Rutgers—Camden
Using computer-generated models, researchers found that this peptide contains only two types of amino acids — rather than the estimated 20 amino acids that synthesize millions of different proteins needed for specific body functions — suggesting it could have spontaneously emerged on the early Earth.
A bill signed by Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) this summer, which restored $85 million in film and television tax credits statewide, could help Mason Gross School of the Arts students and other Rutgers filmmakers find jobs.