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The Gloria Steinem Endowed Chair in Media, Culture and Feminist Studies was a joint effort between the Institute for Women's Leadership, the School of Communication and Information and the Department of Women's and Gender Studies.

Senior quad-captain Joseph Nardella will lead the Knights in their first season in the new Big Ten conference. Nardella will most likely turn pro next season, having been drafted 36th overall in the 2015 Major League Lacrosse draft by the Boston Cannons.

Dry cleaners are largely indicative of the vitality of an economy, according to research conducted by Farrokh Langdana, a professor in the Department of Finance and Economics.

Seabed mining and rampant overfishing has devastated global ocean life and threatened extinction.

“Winter Storm Juno” is estimated to severely impact millions of New Jerseyans and bring two feet of snow from Monday to Tuesday night.

The Rutgers University dance team performs at the Sept. 6 football game against Howard University.

Millennials, individuals born between the early 1980s and 2000s, have signaled a shift away from older generations by being less likely to vote and believing not all citizens should vote if they are not fully informed about politics.

Photo Illustration | AOL Instant Messenger, Nintendo Gameboys and Motorola Razrs have converged in the modern-day smartphone, the digital “Swiss Army Knife.”

Since May 2013, the New Brunswick Bike Exchange has sold more than 300 bikes to the New Brunswick community.

All Rutgers University Police Department officers will be equipped with body camera technology starting in the fall. 

The crowd stages a die-in outside the New Brunswick Police Department on Dec. 5.

Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) celebrates his victory with supporters at the Best Western Robert Treat Hotel in Newark after the mid-term election Nov. 4.

As New Jersey approaches the peak of winter, meteorologists predict whether the state will experience a biting, cold winter season like last year.

Photo Illustration | Vaporizing tobacco is proven to significantly reduce tobacco cravings, according to a recent study by the University of Leuven in Belgium.

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