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Something that may still be unknown by many members of the Rutgers community is how closely intertwined their University is with America’s shameful past of slavery and the displacement of Native Americans. Not only was Henry Rutgers himself a slave owner, but so were multiple other significant and well-known University founders, professors and trustees, such as Frederick Frelinghuysen, John Neilson and Philip French. Several founders, including Henry Rutgers, were also active members of the American Colonization Society, which is an organization that advocated for the resettlement of freed slaves in Africa instead of allowing them to live freely in this country alongside white people.
Sanders and Baker combine for 48 points in the third round of the Big Ten Tournament.
The Rutgers men's basketball team (15-19, 5-16) closed its 2017-2018 campaign with a third-round 82-75 loss to No. 8 Purdue (27-5, 16-3) in what many will qualify as a program-defining contest.
Coming into the postseason as the No. 14 seed in the tournament, the Scarlet Knights pushed past Minnesota and Indiana in consecutive games only to take a strong-shooting Boilermakers side to the final seconds.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will visit Rutgers on March 29 for a conversation hosted by the Rutgers Eagleton Institute of Politics, according to an email announcement from Chancellor Debasish Dutta on Friday.
Rutgers looks to send members of its team to the NCAA Tournament next weekend, and will have to go through the IC4A Championships this weekend to do that.
Rutgers will follow up last weekend's Big Ten Championships with another title weekend on the line, as the Scarlet Knights head up to Boston, Massachusetts for the ECAC Championships.
Rutgers (3-4) looks to grab a winning record for the first time this season at Old Dominion this weekend.
The Rutgers wrestling team ended its long season on a high note, but that doesn't mean it didn't have its share of ups and downs over the nearly four month season.
David Frum, a senior editor at The Atlantic, stopped by the Douglass Student Center yesterday for an open conversation on President Donald J. Trump and his latest book “Trumpocracy: The Corruption of the American Republic.”
In light of rising environmental concerns, a “Clean Energy for a Better Future” event was held at the Cook Student Center Wednesday evening. Hosted by Food & Water Watch and The Andrew Goodman Foundation, the event was constructed as an educational forum with participant interaction.
Yesterday’s Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) meeting selected what student organization will run Meal Swipe for Charity this semester. The winner — The Palestinian Children’s Relief Fund (PCRF).
Mike Williams is embracing the final moments of career and is leaving everything he has left on the Madison Square Garden floor.
Rutgers kicks off a three-game road stretch on Saturday as it travels to Providence, Rhode Island to face Brown.
The Rutgers wrestling team heads out to East Lansing for the Big Ten Championships this weekend in what will be a long two days of festivities for everyone involved.
The Rutgers women's basketball team improved its chances of making the NCAA Tournament this season after advancing past the second round of the Big Ten Tournament on Thursday, beating Purdue 62-60.
Head coach Steve Pikiell's sideline "antics" work in favor of Scarlet Knights.
No. 14 seed Scarlet Knights upset No. 6 Hoosiers in MSG thriller.
Amid a surge in numbers of school shootings in recent years, the Traumatic Loss Coalitions for Youth Program (TLC) at Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care (UBHC) offers students a program that focuses on trauma relief.
Rutgers—New Brunswick is among the world’s top schools for studying philosophy, and now a new group on campus is working to incorporate people from all walks of life into the mix.