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While many students see the Raritan River as nothing more than a beautiful backdrop to the University, for some biology students, it is an integral part of the Rutgers experience.The Center for Ocean Observing Leadership (RU COOL), a Rutgers-based research team that devises new approaches to sample marine life, recently acquired a new research vessel.
Aquaculture, the farming of fish and other aquatic organisms, is becoming a major industry in the Garden State with resources and funding from Rutgers.
The Douglass Governing Council has spent this semester rebuilding the organization and revising its focus to better suit the needs of the Douglass Residential College.
An organization at Rutgers dedicates itself specifically to the growth and development of women in the historically male-dominated field of communications.
With the the holiday season approaching, students prepare for the winter weather with fun games and events at the Christmas Club.
Aspiring comedians and comedic writers can practice their trade with the College Avenue Players.
A Rutgers professor and his research team are working to develop a simpler and cheaper way to contain radioactive waste.
Not all students are excited about the doorbuster Black Friday shopping sales.
Robokind — an advanced social robotics company based in Texas — is developing a machine which engages children with Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and administers research-based lessons to teach social behavior.
Being deaf never stopped Mason Gross School of the Arts senior Anna Gichan from dancing.
Understanding the complexity of health insurance can be daunting to even the most trained eye.
Since 2007, the Rutgers University Campus Coalition Against Trafficking (RUCCAT) has sought to combat human trafficking.
A new club at Rutgers is working to change the face of voluntourism.
The Oceanography Club allows students to enjoy aquatic life and learn about it without the pressure of assignments and exams.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has been dogged by questions about the security of her private email server.
The increasing number of smartphones has helped spread awareness of social causes and current events in the public eye.
Rutgers undergraduate students have many options to consider before applying to graduate programs, including simply taking a year off or gaining work experience.
Your greasy hair may be the reason you do not get a job.In a recent study conducted by Jobvite, recruiters judged candidates initial photo before all other factors and 41 percent said the photo influenced their first impression.
Trojan, the condom manufacturer, recently released their annual Sexual Health Report card, with Rutgers— New Brunswick dropping 18 spots since 2015. Each year, the Trojan company ranks 140 universities across the nation on sexual health, based on quality of resources at student help centers, quality of sexual health information, contraceptive and condom availability, testing for sexually transmitted diseases and sexual assault programs. The report, released on Oct.
Society19 recently moved their digital magazine audience to Rutgers students, offering tips ranging from affordable fashion to the best pizza in New Brunswick.