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This coming Friday, the Rutgers University Senate will meet at the Campus Center in Camden, where students, staff and faculty representatives from all factions of Rutgers will meet to discuss future policy and the University state of affairs.
The Senate is a body of 246 members from all campuses and schools within the University that is tasked with advising University officials including Rutgers President Robert L. Barchi and regulating important academic relationships and policies.
Fans of Smash, the game commonly known as Super Smash Bros., and others like it, met members of Rutgers Off-Campus Living and Community Partnerships for the "No Hunger Games" — a food-raising effort in New Brunswick.
Students who donated any amount of food to the Rutgers Student Food Pantry gained access to a truck equipped with a number of different video game consoles. The event took place outside of the organization's building at 39 Union St. off of College Avenue.
A New Brunswick police officer has been charged with aggravated assault after engaging in a fight with four other men at Golden Rail Tavern on Easton Avenue, according to NJ Advance Media.
On Thursday, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Felicia McGinty spoke on her divisions goal of providing students with more resources to improve their experience at the University during the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) weekly meeting.
A self-proclaimed “one-man law firm” has been the legal backbone guiding University students to free, immigration-legal services since the start of the fall semester.
In January, Elijah's Promise — a New Brunswick-based organization that strives to break the cycle of poverty through alleviating hunger — named a new executive director, Michelle Wilson.
In 1989, the Elijah’s Promise Community Kitchen was founded and has since grown from a team of three to a multi-service organization providing more than 100,000 meals annually, according to its website.
Queen Latifah and Anita Hill will be the 2018 commencement speakers for Rutgers—Newark and Rutgers—Camden respectively, according to Rutgers spokesperson, Dory Devlin.
The speaker for the New Brunswick campus has yet to be chosen.
Over 400 students have signed a petition urging University President Robert L. Bachi to institutionalize support for student parents at Rutgers.
As a single mother, Anjanette Vaidya, president and founder of Rutgers Students with Children (RSWC), nearly failed out of school. She left Rutgers and upon coming back found that there was not enough being done to provide young single mothers with educational resources.
Using drones and underwater robots to monitor water quality may seem like the plot line of a science fiction movie — but it is actually one of the latest projects between the Rutgers Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
Congress has until tomorrow to strike a deal that determines the future of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) DREAMers.
With each passing year, students take on an increasing amount of student debt as they pursue higher education. At Rutgers, part of the increasing burden on students can be attributed to a decrease in state appropriations.
Cuts in state funding for public schools drive up tuition and force universities to reduce faculty numbers and offer less courses, among other reductions, according to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
One in 68 children in communities across America have autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Three undocumented immigrants, who were seeking sanctuary within a church in Highland Park, walked out its front doors yesterday.
Rutgers Athletics will dedicate its recent $15 million gift — the largest in its history — to the creation of an academic center to support student athletes.
The Rutgers Snapchat Campus Story, contrary to popular belief, is not filtered by, or affiliated with the University.
In a tale as old as time, New Jerseyans are still dissatisfied with their taxes.
On Wednesday, Rutgers students received an important reminder that it is not too late to vaccinate against the flu, in light of the the most serious influenza season in years.
Students will soon have access to free Wi-Fi across all Rutgers buses.
Three undocumented Christian Indonesians are seeking sanctuary in the Reformed Church of Highland Park after President Donald J. Trump’s crackdown on the deportation of illegal immigrants.
One of these men has not stepped outside the church walls in four months, according to NJ Advance Media