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The story of Anjanette Vaidya, a School of Arts and Sciences senior, is deeper than meets the eye. This year she will graduate with highest honors — summa cum laude — but her Rutgers experience redefines what it means to be a non-traditional student.
Jorge Schement has been the vice chancellor of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at Rutgers for the last five years, and announced this semester that he will be stepping down and returning to teaching in the School of Communication and Information next semester.
In his four years of service with the Rutgers University Programming Association (RUPA), Anthony Mollica has worked to bring stories, moments and events to the Rutgers community through his various roles.
The School of Arts and Sciences senior is graduating in May and leaving a community that he got involved with earlier on, following the suggestion of his first-year roommate.
When Michael Antosiewicz received the email notifying him that he won the Gates Cambridge Scholarship, it was in the early hours of a February morning asleep and slumped over his computer.
The scholarship decision makers live in England, the School of Arts and Sciences senior said, meaning winners from the United States heard the announcement extremely early. Antosiewicz said he fell asleep around 2:30 a.m. that morning and woke up with his laptop on his stomach. Initially, he did not notice the message in his inbox but after refreshing the page he realized he had won.
“It wasn’t planned. I did not intend to graduate with my daughter,” Terri Holness, mother of Rutgers graduate, Jasmine Dennis said.
Holness, who will graduate from William Paterson University, said that the journey to her diploma has been a long one — almost eight years in fact. After dropping out of college in 1995 because she felt she was not smart enough, Holness vowed to never return.
Mid-day rain showers could not dampen the spirits of 2018’s graduating class — the largest at Rutgers in more than 250 years.
This Sunday’s commencement ceremony, the eighth to take place at High Point Solutions Stadium, hosted approximately 32,500 attendees and an estimated 18,132 graduates — up from 17,729 last year, according to a press release.
Students that reside in Hardenbergh Hall on the College Avenue campus received an email this morning informing them of a student death.
Authorities are investigating the death of a Rutgers graduate student who was found outdoors on Busch campus early this morning, according to University Spokesperson Dory Devlin.
New parents now have access to readily available information about sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) thanks to a new app.
DREAM Zone is an interactive training program that teaches students, faculty and staff at New York University (NYU) how to support the undocumented community. On Wednesday, the program came to the College Avenue campus for the first time.
Rutgers collects millions of dollars from its alumni every year. Nevin Kessler, the president of Rutgers University Foundation and executive vice president for Development and Alumni Relations, discussed how the University utilizes these contributions.
Senior Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) cadets, Michael Quigley, a School of Arts and Sciences junior, and Alexander Hsia, a Princeton University student, have been selected to become pilots after graduation, when they will go to an Air Force base and receive their in-depth flight physicals.
U.S. Sen. Cory Booker’s (D-N.J.) proposal to pass legislation that requires colleges and universities to play an active role in student civic engagement is reminiscent of efforts taken by Rutgers students to improve voter involvement earlier this year.
NASA launched its Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) on last Wednesday as part of a mission aimed at discovering thousands of exoplanets orbiting bright stars.
Students from the School of Communications and Information's Non-Scripted Television class traveled to New York City on Monday to visit ABC's studio for a behind the scenes peek into one of the most prolific news stations in the country.
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) visited Rutgers yesterday on his 100th day in office to reflect on his cabinet’s accomplishments since January, reiterate his policies and perspectives and highlight his visions for the future of New Jersey.
A new study out of Rutgers—New Brunswick has found that a combination of aerobic exercise and meditation can help curb negative thoughts and improve feelings of self-worth for women who are victims of sexual assault suffering with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
The Rutgers Bonner Leaders Program looks to combine the art of film with community outreach through the "Dead Poets Society," the first of three installments by the Rutgers Bonner Film Series.
Last night, former New Jersey Gov. James Florio sat down and reflected with MSNBC political reporter Steve Kornacki about his time as a politician, the role of a governor and his thoughts on politics today.
The former vice president of education for Planned Parenthood Federation of America now has a new job at the Rutgers School of Public Health — as the inaugural chair of the Department of Urban-Global Public Health.