A Rutgers-affiliated individual told police that he was assaulted by a group outside of an off-campus party on Delafield street.
According to a crime alert, the Rutgers student was outside of an off-campus party on Delafield Street at 12:43 a.m. when the assault took place. The incident is still being investigated and anyone with additional information is encouraged to contact the New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD).
Reports of a bear in the vicinity of The Quads on Livingston campus last night were confirmed by the Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD). The area has since been cleared.
Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care (RUBHC) recently opened up four new programs in Newark, Edison and New Brunswick that focus on mental health, substance abuse, women's health and anxiety disorders.
The Writers House held the final installation of their "Writers at Rutgers Reading Series" on Wednesday at the College Avenue Student Center. The event featured Eileen Miles who conducted a Q&A session before reading from her own work.
The graduate program’s ranking was based off student reviews accounting for the quality of instruction, degree satisfaction and networking opportunities
The University recently announced details for parking at this year's commencement ceremony. Students will be eligible to receive parking passes until April 17.
An argument allegedly escalated to a physical assault that left a University-affiliated victim hospitalized on College Avenue Tuesday night.
One administrator and two Rutgers students traveled to Harvard on Feb. 3 to participate in the National Campaign for Civic Engagement conference. The students were selected on based on merit and spent three days discussing solutions to major political issues with students from 28 different universities.
Olde Queens Tavern, on Easton Avenue, conducted renovations over Spring Break. Changes included updated copper bar tops and new flooring.
The Out-of-State Student Organization helps members of the Rutgers community come together despite living in a new state for their education.
A man with a knife robbed the Shell Service Station at 127 Easton Avenue Saturday night and fled in a silver car towards College Avenue.
A quarter before 4 a.m. on Sunday morning, a member of the Rutgers community was hit in the face by a male perpetrator near Townsend Street and Joyce Kilmer Avenue. Another incident occurred on Richardson Street between College Avenue and Sicard Street.
The Alley, the Athletics-led student tailgate that was shut down after two home games, may have found a home for the upcoming year, but is still looking for a site for the remaining 2016 home games.
The University will be shutting down Davison Hall after difficulty maintaining the building and years of student complaints.