August 21, 2019 | 72° F

Nicholas Brasowski

Recent Articles:


More Articles

Recent Media:

Kristen Clarke, RUSA University Affairs Committee chair, stresses the importance of having the student credit union remain on campus.

Senior midfielder Kory Kelly scored one of the Scarlet Knights' three goals yesterday against the nation's third-ranked Notre Dame. Kelly has five goals on the season after finishing third on the team last year with 19 goals.

Members of The RUSA'Allocations Board explain the appropriation of student fees last night on the College Avenue campus.

Senior Kory Kelly is the leading returning points producer this season for the Rutgers men's lacrosse team after he finished third on the team last season. The South Brunswick product scored 19 goals and tallied five assists while starting 11 of the Scarlet Knights' 13 games.

Joseph Boardman, Amtrak President and CEO, talked about the Gateway Project last night, a plan that would pick up from the cancelled Access to the Region's Core Project.

Amtrak President and CEO Joseph Boardman, left, discusses the company's relationship with the Northeast Corridor line and future plans for improvement last night at the Civic Square Building on Livingston Avenue.

Scarlet Mambo Dance Studio hopes to accomodate the volume of students who register for classes with its new location.

The Office of the State Comptroller asks the University implement more competitive bidding for contracts like those regarding capital planning.

Federal data indicates that annual emergency room visits related to perscription drug abuse have doubled within the past five years.

Sakai 3 will feature social networking aspects that allow users to create a personal profile and control groups or users its shared with.

Some students are taking advantage of different options to obtain textbooks, ranging from purchasing e-books, purchasing the books online or simply continuing to purchase them in person.

Joanna Dreby, a Kent State University sociology assistant professor, spoke Wednesday at the Livingston Student Center about the developmental issues transnational families experience.

University students Paige Frankel and Brenna Sooy swipe to eat in Tillett Hall on Livingston campus. Students can donate their guest meal swipes to two organizations per semester starting spring 2011 rather than one.

After averaging 14 touches, 97 yards and a touchdown per game through the first six contests, sophomore Mohamed Sanu only averages four touches and 27 yards since.

Junior forward April Sykes paced the Knights offensively with a combined 37 points in a pair of wins over Pacific and Oregon State in the Lady Rebel Round-Up.

Quarterback Zach Collaros threw for 366 yards and four touchdowns on 23-of-39 passing, leading the Bearcats to a 69-point performance Saturday at Nippert Stadium.

Freshman quarterback'Chas Dodd went 19-for-29 through the air at Nippert Stadium, totaling 335 yards, four touchdowns to wideout Mark'Harrison and a pair of interceptions while he was sacked seven times.

Junior guard Khadijah Rushdan led the Scarlet Knights in scoring with 13 points, none more critical than the two she made on a jumper in the game's final seconds, giving Rutgers a 54-53 win over Princeton.

Senior safety Joe Lefeged recorded half a sack and recovered a fumble last weekend in the Scarlet Knights' 13-10 loss to Syracuse at Rutgers Stadium.

Redshirt freshman Kyle Sullivan expanded his role to include punting last weekend, when senior Teddy Dellaganna nursed an injury.

More Media