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Rutgers University president, Robert L. Barchi, bestows an honorary degree of Doctor of Fine Arts to keynote speaker Steven Van Zandt at the 251st commencement
Steven Van Zandt, Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band guitarist and actor, delivers his remarks as keynote speaker
Greg Brown, chair of Rutgers Board of Governors and CEO of Motorola, watches as Steven Van Zandt delivers his speech to the graduates
Rutgers University president Robert L. Barchi delivers opening remarks at the 251st commencement
Robert L. Barchi is the president of Rutgers University.
A mass of protestors gathered outside of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) headquarters in Newark, New Jersey today in support of undocumented Rutgers student Carimer Andujar.
Carimer Andujar, an undocumented School of Engineering junior, at the protest in Newark, New Jersey.
Members of the 1966-67 Rutgers men's basketball team reveal the name of the Jimmy V. Court at the College Avenue Gym in a ceremony on Saturday.
The Association of American Universities has cited Rutgers as one of the top contributors to its effort to protect students against sexual assault. Rutgers implemented and improved various programs on campus, such as #iSPEAK and SCREAM theater.
The Rutgers AAUP-AFT said Carimer Andujar's DACA status has not been renewed, despite previous indication that it had been. She now may face deportation on her May 9 interview with ICE.
More than 250 students marched from College Hall to Voorhees Mall for the fourth annual Take Back the Night protest for sexual assault awareness. When the protest reached Voorhees Mall, students read poetry and gave commentaries.