Wide receiver Mohamed Sanu arrived in Piscataway in 2009 as a safety with a penchant for hard hits.
Former head football coach Greg Schiano leads the Knights at High Point Solutions Stadium in their season opener Sept. 1 against North Carolina Central. He is now an NFL?head coach.
Members of the New Brunswick and local community protested against brutality, after 19-year-old Victor Rodriguez was shot in January by New Brunswick Police Department officers.
Head football coach Kyle Flood responds to questions Jan. 31 during his introductory press conference at the Hale Center. He previously served as the Knights’ offensive line coach.
Tormel Pittman, New?Brunswick resident and community activist, advocates for violence to be declared a public health crisis in the city last night at the City Council meeting in downtown New Brunswick.
Senior sprinter Kevin Brown recorded career highs this weekend in the 200- and 400-meter dashes at the Metropolitan Championships, winning both.
Mario Cino, vice president for Government Affairs at Pfizer, promotes political involvement among female students.
Sophomore running back Savon Huggins scored two touchdowns in Rutgers’ season opener, but played in only eight more games before suffering a season-ending injury.
Kyle Flood took part yesterday in his first spring practice as head coach, overseeing the team’s various units.
Athletic Director Tim Pernetti worked to fill voids left by TCU?and West Virginia in the Knights’ schedule in 2012.
Senior sprinter Kevin Brown, above, works with Corey Crawford, a redshirt freshman in the sprint events in his final indoor season.
Senior decathlete Mike Baird competes in the long jump during the 2011 spring season’s Rutgers Invitational.