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Graduate transfer center C.J. Gettys hit a game-winning layup with 7 seconds remaining in Rutgers' 77-75 win over Hartford Friday. He finished the game with 11 points, five rebounds and a career-high 4 assists.
Kitchen technology has been progressing over the last several decades, to the point where highly advanced tools can help people cook their turkeys on Thanksgiving on Thursday.
Senior running back Justin Goodwin earned the starting spot over junior Robert Martin after the latter missed playing time due to injury.
August 2016 | New Jersey Governor Christopher Christie (R) has a 19 percent favorable and 73 percent unfavorable rating in the Eagleton Institute of Politics’ most recent poll, which are the lowest numbers in state history.
The Department of Marine and Coastal Sciences launched a new marine vessel to help students understand the Raritan River, along with the river basin underneath it.
Photo Illustration | College tuition has risen unsteadily every year over the last few years, but some students say the cost should be subsidized more by the government.
Photo Illustration | Millennials – people between the ages of 18 and 34 – have been increasing the amount of coffee they drink, and now account for about 44 percent of global coffee consumption.
Junior guard Nigel Johnson nails a shot from downtown for 3 of his team-high 20 points in Rutgers' 78-65 win over Niagara Sunday afternoon.
Fifth-year senior defensive end Julian Pinnix-Odrick chases after Penn State quarterback Trace McSorely in the first quarter of Rutgers' 39-0 loss to the No. 8 Nittany Lions Saturday night. The co-captain was 1 of 17 Scarlet Knights playing in their final home game at High Point Solutions Stadium on Senior Night.
Sophomore quarterback Giovanni Rescigno gets tackled as he throws in the first quarter of Rutgers' 39-0 loss to No. 8 Penn State Saturday night.
The Rutgers wrestling team holds up the Big Ten-Ivy League Rivalry trophy after defeating Princeton 19-16 in the first ever Battle at the Birthplace, a historic outdoor dual meet held at High Point Solutions Stadium, in front of 16,178 Saturday morning.
Junior Anthony Ashnault, the third ranked 141-pounder in the country, will face Princeton's No. 10 Matthew Kolodzik, the highest ranked freshman in the weight class, in one of the most anticipated matchups of the historic Battle at the Birthplace Saturday.
Junior 184-pounder Nicholas Gravina said the traditional 7 a.m. practices at High Point Solutions Stadium will make more weather conditions at the Battle at the Birthplace bearable.
Defensive end Julian Pinnix-Odrick is 1 of 17 Knights playing their final home games on the Banks Saturday against No. 8 Penn State.
Junior nose tackle Sebastian Joseph will be one of the key members of Rutgers' defensive line as it tries to contain Penn State's star running back Saquan Barkley.
Sophomore linebacker Trevor Morris is 1 of 9 starters on defense returning next season for Rutgers.