Using the books of Mark, Mathew, Luke and John, Timothy McGrew explained "undesigned coincidences" and how small reoccurring details can support biblical text as a source of reliable information.
By maintaining open spaces, using energy efficient systems and encouraging alternative transportation, the University plans to reduce its carbon footprint by 2030.
An event at the Eagleton Institute of Politics on Douglass campus gave a comprehensive look at how the country can strategically combat the opioid epidemic.
In light of the humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico, various New Brunswick businesses have chosen to hold fundraisers or donate their profits to relief organizations.
Jacquelyn Litt, the Dean of the Douglass Residential College invited international students into her home last Thursday to eat fresh-cooked food, socialize and learn about everything that Rutgers has to offer.
The co-cureate show at Rutgers combined work by undergraduate and graduate students from a variety of visual arts program. Friday’s reception was comprised of seven exhibitions, including a live spoken word performance in the alley behind the Mason Gross Galleries.