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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.
Rutgers students who created the company Sulis finished 7th out of 43 teams at the Hult Prize Foundation Accelerator in London this summer — missing moving on to compete for $1 million by one spot.
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.
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.
Two crime alerts were issued over the course of Friday and this weekend — one involving an aggravated assault and the other involving a robbery.
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.
In 2017, Rutgers saw an increase in reported rape incidents, drug arrests and a decrease in reported hate crimes from the year 2016, according to its 2018 Annual Campus Security & Fire Safety Report released on Monday.
Rutgers researchers have found a promising route to treating addiction and helping patients in recovery — and they did so by studying rats addicted to cocaine.
On Sept. 17, 1787, delegates to the Constitutional Convention met for the last time to sign the United States Constitution.
Rutgers is under investigation by the federal government after the U.S. Department of Education reopened a 2011 case that suggests it permitted a hostile environment for Jewish students.
Remembering the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States remains as prevalent this year as it was 17 years ago.
Christopher J. Molloy, the new interim chancellor of Rutgers—New Brunswick, has been a part of the Rutgers community for 46 years, and looks to use that experience to fill the shoes of former University Chancellor Debasish Dutta.
The convenience stores in the Livingston Student Center, Student Activities Center and Busch Student Center closed over the summer following a change in ownership of the spaces, and the future uses of these locations are currently under review by the University.
The Rutgers University Department of Transportation Services (RUDOTS) is cracking down on illegal parking this year with a new e-ticket and permit system.
There is something new at the dining halls this semester, and it is not the food.
On June 20, 1906, Rutgers inaugurated William Henry Steele Demarest as its 11th president, according to an article in the Perth Amboy Evening News on that date — the ceremony drew representatives from leading colleges across the nation.
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.
The Rutgers Police Department (RUPD) is investigating an aggravated assault, which was reported to have occurred on Tuesday, Sept. 4, at approximately 1:00 a.m. on Easton Avenue near Courtland Street, according to a crime alert.
Rutgers alumnus and local journalist Charlie Kratovil never expected he would run for mayor, let alone against incumbent James Cahill, who held the position in 2009 when Kratovil still attended Rutgers University.
Rutgers is reexamining its determination that James Livingston, a professor in the Department of History, violated the University's discrimination and harassment policy following a series of racially-charged Facebook posts.