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According to the New Brunswick Police Department, a shooting occurred at a greek life party on Oct. 28. 

Students were awarded free t-shirts and raffle tickets for taking part in Student Appreciation Day on Saturday in the Rutgers Indoor Practice and Conditioning Facility on Busch Campus. Attendees interacted with players, watched practice and took part in interactive drills.

September 2016 | Sigma Chi and Scarlet Fever are both selling “Save the Alley” shirts after the event was shut down. Both groups will donate proceeds to charity.

Overcrowding, a lack of facilities and potential underage drinking were among the issues that caused The Alley to be shut down. After solutions are discovered, a new version of the student tailgate may be launched.

Police are investigating an incident involving a machete and a gun which occurred Friday afternoon on Livingston Campus. 

A person wielding a handgun reportedly fired his weapon at a parked Chevy Cruze.

Junior nose tackle Sebastian Joseph was showered with praise from coaches and teammates alike for his five tackle performance against New Mexico, which was hailed as his best since the arrival of the new coaching staff.

Senior defensive end Julian Pinnix-Odrick said the Knights' defense wasn't tired despite spending over 12 minutes on the field in the first quarter against New Mexico.

Senior defensive tackle Darius Hamilton looked like his old self against New Mexico, racking up 10 tackles against the Lobos for the first double-digit tackle performance of his career.

Defensive line coach Shane Burnham believes Iowa will be an opportunity to see where his line ranks among the best in the Big Ten.

Senior defensive end Quanzell Lambert doesn't light up the stat sheet, but he leads Rutgers as quietly as he dominates on the line.

Defensive coordinator Jay Niemann's oldest son Ben is a junior linebacker and leading tackler on Iowa, Rutgers' first Big Ten opponent this season.

Growing up an hour south of Iowa City, Rutgers head football coach Chris Ash was a fan of Iowa football during his childhood.

Photo Illustration | The Recovery House is aimed at helping students live a normal life and recover from a drug or alcohol addiction. The facility is kept anonymous to protect the identities of its residents.

The Hive — The Rutgers Bee Keeping Association — is now making a comeback after a two-year hiatus. The organization seeks to challenge negative perceptions of bees at Rutgers and beyond.

Junior running back Robert Martin beats the last New Mexico defender on his way to scoring an 80 yard touchdown in the second quarter of Rutgers' 37-28 win over the Lobos on Saturday, Sept. 17. Martin had a career-high 169 yards rushing on the afternoon.

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