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Heavy rain and a gloomy atmosphere did not stop Rutgers student activists from protesting an event intended to kick off a year-long celebration in front of Old Queens called “Rutgers: Revolutionary for 250 Years," and showing Rutgers what revolutionary "truly looks like."
Rutgers is contributing in the move to repair the American criminal justice system with the Mountainview Project Student Organization (MVP-SO), a social action student organization working on the issue of prison reform.
For students and parents, free college tuition sounds like a dream come true, but Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders' “College for All Act," an act to eliminate undergraduate tuition at public institutions, has received mixed reviews.
Eighteen-year-old Daniel Leandry, a Rutgers student from Garfield, New Jersey, is accused of assaulting two victims in the lobby of Mettler Hall on the College Avenue campus, where the three were involved in a confrontation, according to an email sent to students by Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) Police Chief Kenneth Cop.
Standing with their mouths taped shut and posters held high of Palestinians killed in Israel, the members of Rutgers Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) carried out their protest, “Standing with the Fallen.”
Each time Margaret Klein visits Israel, the agricultural technology amazes her.
The bulk of in-demand and well-paid jobs are in the field of science, math, engineering or technology, according to marketwatch.com.
The first week of school at Rutgers draws new students, new classes and new crime. Only seven days in and Rutgers crime is in the spotlight for more than one incident.
It seems even in his home state of New Jersey, Gov. Chris Christie is disliked especially among Rutgers students, according to the most recent Eagleton Institute of Politics poll.
Matt Panconi was elected president of the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) for the 2015 to 2016 academic year.
May might be a month filled with the excitement of school ending and flowers blooming, but it is also a month to recognize the importance of mental health awareness.
While many students might have expected Hillary Clinton to run for the United States presidency, not many would anticipate a Twitter page dedicated to "gender watching" presidential candidates.
The construction work currently taking place at Rutgers is hard to miss, but is not exclusive to the University campuses — New Jersey construction is on the rise and increasing dramatically.
Nobody can seem to wait for spring to arrive after this chilly winter, but there is no anticipation for the pollen that comes with the seasons changing.
Coffee company Starbucks moved customers, critics and social media when requesting consumers to order a side of social justice with their morning coffee.
Rutgers-New Brunswick was ranked 29th in the nation for science research on Best College Reviews top 50 list, released earlier this month.
A time of great anxiety, stress and confusion, otherwise known as course registration, has been made simpler for college students.
Determined to make a difference, Eman Elgouz decided to help educate young children in the poorest areas of the world.