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More than 250 students, staff and community members took to the streets of the Douglass and College Avenue campuses in the annual Take Back the Night protest against sexual assault, organized by Women Organizing Against Harassment (WOAH) for the fourth consecutive year.
Walking into Nicholas Hall to a standing ovation of more than 500 students, staff and community members, Georgia Congressman John Lewis (D-5) along with his two collaborators Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell sat down to talk about their graphic novel trilogy, “March."
With tears in her eyes, Hiba Raza explained that on Wednesday morning, she woke up to watch violent videos of 5-year-old children convulsing in Syria after the chemical attack Tuesday night. Reminded of her own 5-year-old sister, she knew something needed to be done.
Parking passes for Rutgers' 251st-anniversary commencement are now available, according to a press release from Rutgers Today.
Bite Night at Rutgers take-out is about to become a lot healthier.
Haircuts and face shaving is on the brink of a revolutionary development if a few Rutgers students and their startup company have a say in it.
Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi’s $32,000 appearance at Rutgers in 2011 has recently inspired a New Jersey bill, according to USA Today.
On Saturday afternoon, a Piscataway man died after jumping off the Rockoff Hall parking deck.
Over the weekend, a car chase took place in New Brunswick, cutting through Easton Avenue, according to TAPinto.
On Tuesday, Dylan Marek, a member of the Rutgers Conservative Union, posted a picture of a flyer into several Rutgers University graduating class Facebook pages. Branded “Take Your Country Back,” the flyer featured an American flag logo in the corner and urged students to "take a stand" and join the newly official campus organization.
The sixth annual canoe races took place Feb. 24, bringing a lot of soaking cardboard and wet students.
Rutgers Honors College students have reportedly been without warm water in their buildings for at least two weeks.
Dr. Marc Lamont Hill visited Rutgers as part of "Access Week" to discuss the role of diversity in a university setting. He initially approached the stage to the song "P.I.M.P." by 50 Cent before commencing his hour-long lecture.
About 59 percent of eligible voters between the ages of 18 and 24 voted in the 2016 national election, according to Statistic Brain. One School of Arts and Sciences junior hopes to change this statistic by implementing a University holiday for national election day.
Discussing topics ranging from U.S. Census forms to Colin Kaepernick and the Black Lives Matter movement, W. Kamau Bell brought his socio-political comedic act to the Livingston Student Center last Thursday.
It is something every Rutgers student desires, yet very few actually achieve — the No.1 lottery number in the annual housing lottery.
Rutgers University has been on a wild goose chase and it appears administrators have finally found a solution — Border Collies.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team will host a bone marrow drive on Sunday to show support for a Rutgers alumna who is fighting cancer.
Unions representing thousands of Rutgers employees filed a claim on Thursday with the Department of Labor (DOL) accusing the University of withholding an estimated $500,000 in wages and violating federal hour and wage laws.
A Rutgers University Companion Animals service dog was found injured after going missing more than 72 hours ago and is currently being treated at an emergency veterinarian hospital.