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As election day approaches, Phil Murphy, the Democratic contender for New Jersey governor, spoke at a local New Brunswick restaurant in an attempt to spread a message to make sure voters, including millennials, turn out to the polls.
Rutgers Hillel built Old City, Jerusalem from Legos this past Wednesday. The miniature replica presented the city’s architecture with guided tours for students who have yet to visit.
Thousands of students at Rutgers University take online classes and in many ways, they are revolutionizing the way people think of the traditional classroom.
The Rutgers University bus system, operating across the New Brunswick and Newark campuses, is the second largest bus system in the state, surpassed only by New Jersey Transit's statewide bus system.
If you stopped by Hot Dog Day last year, it turns out you are one step closer to completing your RUcketlist.
The purpose of the Scarlet and Black initiative is to shine a light on parts of the University’s history that are often overlooked. Today’s ceremony at the Sojourner Truth Apartments recognized the official renaming of three Rutgers landmarks.
Today, Rutgers took another step forward in the Scarlet and Black Project by officially dedicating three campus landmarks to Black historical figures who are often overlooked in the University's history.
A new campaign was introduced to the Rutgers community this past summer to promote a more inclusive environment on campus.
An extended postseason run by the Yankees has pushed "Battle in the Bronx" to Highpoint Solutions Stadium. The University doubleheader is now set for Nov. 4 with kickoff at 3:30 p.m.
The Rutgers doubleheader originally slated to take place in Yankee Stadium will now occur at High Point Solutions Stadium.
Nearly 59 percent of Rutgers students graduate in four years and 80.2 percent graduate in six, according to Courtney McAnuff, the vice president of Enrollment Management at Rutgers.
The flyer above, which was created by white-supremacist group Identify Evropa, was found on Livingston campus earlier today.
Rutgers organizations are attempting to make midterm season a less stressful time of year for students like Amanda Osei-Bonsu (left) and Janibell Encarnacion (right), by providing events like animal therapy and guided self-care programs.