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The technology and the safety of cell phone batteries came the world's attention last year when a design flaw in the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 caused the phone to randomly catch fire. Rutgers alumna Preeya Kuray, now a Ph.D. candidate at Penn State, has been working on a type of battery that could be a safer alternative to the current industry standard.
RU 20/20 hosted its annual Blind Date Auction a semester early this year. The auction is a fundraiser for the Sankara Eye Foundation, which provides free eye surgery for people in India suffering from curable blindness.
Full-time Rutgers students and members of the New Brunswick community can participate in not-for-credit audit classes to learn about their favorite topics without the stress of grades.
An impending move by the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) to end net neutrality could have a drastic effect on Rutgers University and its students.
With a close to the 2017 political election season, PolitickerNJ and InsiderNJ released their power lists to rank who has the most momentum among New Jersey politicians and several people ranked were Rutgers alumni.
Rutgers is comprised of students from more than 120 countries, making international students a large and influential demographic in the Rutgers community.
Through the higher-education crowdfunding platform called PeduL, students have raised more than $6,000 over the last 30 days for their respective educational expenses.
On Nov. 20, the Center for Youth Political Participation (CYPP) hosted “Pizza and Politics,” an event where students gathered at the Eagleton Institute of Politics on Douglass campus to hear student activists describe their political experiences and goals at Rutgers.
There are more than 500 student-run clubs and organizations offered on campus, and among these, Unplugged, the University board game club, is one dedicated solely to bringing students together to relax and play popular board games.
The Old Bay Restaurant, located at 61 Church St. in New Brunswick, is closing down after 30 years of serving New Orleans style seafood to city residents and students at Rutgers.
Alzheimer’s Disease affects approximately 5 million Americans, a number that is projected to rise by the year 2050 — this growing number puts a spotlight on what is already the nation’s sixth leading cause of death.
The Rutgers University Police Department is currently investigating an aggravated assault and robbery at the Rutgers—Newark campus on Sunday night.
Calling on people to talk about their volunteering experience, Steve Adubato set the stage for discussions regarding leadership and community engagement on campus. Adubato spoke on the need for students to burst from the bubble that separates Rutgers from the New Brunswick community.
Students who are avid coffee drinkers may be susceptible to a decrease in their GPA based on their daily consumption. Those who drank one cup of coffee daily had a GPA of 3.41, two cups a day had a 3.39 and those who drank five or more cups of coffee had an average GPA of 3.28.
With its first meeting slated after Thanksgiving break, the inaugural Rutgers student chapter of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, a national nonprofit organization that advocates for gun control legislation and reform, is underway and currently recruiting new members. Lauren Kaminskas currently serves as the organization's president.
Even though a majority of University operations close during Thanksgiving, Dining Halls offer a Thanksgiving dinner the week prior. Additionally, The Rutgers Club hosts a two-day pre-Thanksgiving luncheon buffet on Nov. 15 and 16, costing students $16.
“Great leaders learn to be comfortable with being uncomfortable,” Rutgers alum Steve Adubato said to a crowd of students and community members.
For many students, Thanksgiving is the time of the year where they return home to warm houses and feast on delicious meals and decompress from the fall semester. But Rutgers Dining Services aims to bring the holiday spirit to campus slightly earlier, with Rutgers Thanksgiving celebration.
Rutgers is now the home of the first student-run chapter of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, a national nonprofit organization that advocates for gun control legislation and reform.