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For the first time in six years, a broadcast television program, Specialty Camera Studio, was offered during the academic year. The course allowed students to experience various roles of the news room, culminating in a student-produced 30-minute production.
This Thursday, flyers calling for “white Americans” to report "illegal aliens" were found in front of the Douglass Student Center.
University Chancellor Debasish Dutta spoke to students at a town hall meeting yesterday in regard to the future of graduate education under the recently passed Republican tax plan.
Jerry Alan Fodor, a former professor emeritus in the Department of Philosophy and Cognitive Science at Rutgers, died this past Wednesday at the age of 82 in his New York City home.
Meeting with instructors after hours is a helpful way for students to build a better understanding of course material. But what does a student do if his or her professor’s office is in Miami?
Rutgers graduate students joined members of more than 50 universities across the country in an organized walkout, protesting the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which was passed earlier this month by House Republicans.
The Rutgers Running Club has 18 days and $840 left to raise in order to fund its trip to Nationals. This is the first time the team has qualified for a National meet since 2013. This year nationals take place in Lansing, Michigan.
Friday marked 79 years since Kristallnacht, an organized attack on Jewish communities that left hundreds dead and thousands in concentration camps. In light of a recent uptick in anti-Semitism on campus, members of the Jewish community elected to recognize the anniversary of the "Night of Broken Glass" differently this year.
Western Michigan University's Philosophy Professor Dr. Timothy McGrew spoke to students via Skype this past Thursday at the College Avenue Student Center to speak about how multiple recounts of the same biblical events support the belief that these events happened.
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.
Ché Stout, a University alumnus and retail reseller who operates under the alias Thrift God, opened a pop-up shop on the steps of Brower Commons earlier this month, featuring 90s hip-hop and sport-inspired fashion.
Students helped tackle the buildup of trash off campus during the Homecoming Community Clean Up this past Sunday.
An idea, a bed and a group of students willing to come together for a good cause is all it takes to make a difference. After 10 years, the Homecoming Charity Bed Races found a new home on Sicard Street, hosting the same fundraiser and community meetup that has drawn droves of Rutgers students to the sidelines year after year.
The Rutgers Arts and Design Club (RAD) provides art enthusiasts and students who are not enrolled in the Mason Gross School of the Arts with the chance to work their creativity. Each of their weekly meetings has a new topic and promises a fun time.
Memes involving Patrick Star, along with a slew of 90s and early 2000s pop culture icons, have taken to public spaces across campus as part of a relatively new trend involving event pages on Facebook.
Students gathered around the jumbotron at The Yard @ College Avenue Tuesday night to watch gubernatorial candidates Phil Murphy, the Democratic candidate, and Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno (R-N.J.) face off in the first debate of the race.
As an alternative to traditional group therapy, the Rutgers Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities (SJE) encourages students to stop by the Breathing Room, an open space dedicated to having discussions about everyday issues with collaborative solutions.
The Rutgers Residence Hall Association (RHA) hosted Professional Development Day this past Saturday. The event pushed students outside their comfort zones in pursuit of greater leadership skills including workshops, games and team competition.
With millions of dollars collected in parking tickets at Rutgers each semester, many students have brought up a single question — what is the money used for?
Construction for the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center (NBPAC) officially broke ground this past Wednesday and was celebrated by a series of speeches from esteemed leaders of the Rutgers and New Brunswick communities.