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Rutgers surpassed two of its own fundraising records during the 2017-2018 school year, according to the My Central Jersey website. In addition to raising the most donations in the school’s history — $223.4 million — more than 50,000 donors pledged gifts to the University, also setting the bar as the highest number of donors in one year.
Jessica Tuazon, a School of Engineering senior, was elected Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) vice president at the group's first meeting of the semester Thursday.
The Rutgers University Department of Transportation Services (RUDOTS) is cracking down on illegal parking this year with a new e-ticket and permit system.
The room at Elijah’s Promise was packed with local reporters, New Jersey government officials and those who work at the community kitchen, who watched on as Governor Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) promoted his plan to raise New Jersey minimum wages.
Tales of New Jersey’s past are being digitized and brought back to life through the New Jersey Digital Newspaper Project (NJDNP) — a collaboration between Rutgers Libraries, the New Jersey State Archives and the New Jersey State Library.
Scarlet Plan, a new meal plan offered by Rutgers Dining Services, offers students unlimited swipes and access to the four campus dining halls, for the same price as the 285-swipe meal plan.
Courtside during basketball games and stage front for the halftime show, the Scarlet Knight is arguably one of the most recognizable faces at Rutgers. Yet, a lot of people do not know the person behind the mask.
The Rutgers Police Department (RUPD) is investigating an aggravated assault, which was reported to have occurred on Tuesday, Sept. 4, at approximately 1:00 a.m. on Easton Avenue near Courtland Street, according to a crime alert.
The popularization of cryptocurrency has led to the creation of a new club on campus.
The more than 9,000 incoming students enrolled at all three of Rutgers campuses this year are among the University’s largest class in history. Those attending Rutgers—New Brunswick will associate many of these new developments with their first year at the University.
Rutgers is reexamining its determination that James Livingston, a professor in the Department of History, violated the University's discrimination and harassment policy following a series of racially-charged Facebook posts.
Rutgers alumnus and local journalist Charlie Kratovil never expected he would run for mayor, let alone against incumbent James Cahill, who held the position in 2009 when Kratovil still attended Rutgers University.
James Livingston, a professor in the Department of History, has been found guilty of violating the University’s policy that prohibits discrimination and harassment, according to a 10-page investigation report made public by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE).
Last year, Morgan Sanguedolce, a senior at the time, was awarded National Best Documentary for her film “Participation Generation.”
The New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD) issued a crime alert Tuesday morning reporting a robbery at gunpoint.
In a University-wide email sent this afternoon, Rutgers—New Brunswick Chancellor Debasish Dutta announced he will be resigning from his position and transitioning to a faculty role as a distinguished professor.
A Rutgers alumnus has taken legal action against five members from the University’s Board of Governors.
Rutgers has been reaccredited for the next nine years following a vote by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, said University President Robert L. Barchi in an email Wednesday.
The Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) issued a crime alert last Tuesday reporting an aggravated and sexual assault that occurred that day at approximately 5:27 p.m. on the intersection of Abeel Street and Elijah’s Way in New Brunswick, according to an email from RUPD Captain Paul Fischer.
Vice president of the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA), Jaidev Phadke, a School of Arts and Sciences junior, has stepped down from his position.