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Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs Philip J. Furmanski reads part of 'Paradise Lost,' in Voorhees Mall on the College Avenue campus.
Spoken word artist Kelly Zen-Yie Tsai recites one of her works at the East Asian Conference held this weekend at the Hyatt Regency in New Brunswick.
New Jersey Books, whose former residence was located at the corner of Somerset Street and Easton Avenue pictured above, will be moving to a new location at 39 Easton Ave. come March.
Johnson and Johnson is partially funding the state's elementary school 'Nurture through Nature' program, designed to improve test scores.
Columnist Michael Locke
As a high school phenom in Jackson, N.J., Rutgers freshman Scott Winston (top) compiled a 137-0 record. Though he was heavily recruited, Winston came to RU'under head coach Scott Goodale.
Senior quarterback Mike Teel has the school record in single-season passing touchdowns with 20, and is just 224 passing yards and three touchdowns away from tying the Rutgers' career marks, held by Ryan Hart, in those categories.
Former RU standout Quincy Douby (5) was one player who gave Big East fans a reason to watch even bad conference teams.
Blood drives help provide victims of blood-loss with a vital resource to aid their recovery.
Pulitzer Prize winner Junot Diaz spoke to the University community last night in the Multipurpose room of the Rutgers Student Center on the College Avenue Campus.
Gov. Jon S. Corzine, left, and University President Richard L. McCormick, center, celebrate the Rutgers football team's victory in the 2006 Texas Bowl with head coach Greg Schiano and the Scarlet Knights. Corzine announced yesterday the state will raise $30 million through fundraising to replace the proposed loan for the expansion of Rutgers Stadium.
Senior captain Jamie Farewell is one of the players head coach Laura Brand credits for keeping the Scarlet Knights' defense together. The Knights advanced to No. 17 in the nation after last weekends events.