Senior left fielder Chandler Howard starred for Rutgers, but her teammates say they will remember her for her leadership.
April 2015 | HackRU Spring 2015 generated a crowd of more than 1,000 college and high school students intent on participating in the 24-hour hackathon competition on April 18 and 19.
April 2015 | Nearly 4,700 full-time faculty and graduate student employees at the University ratified a new contract in April after months of bargaining and protesting.
Sporting a batting average of .389 last season and .325 in her career, senior left fielder Chandler Howard stacks up to be fifth-best all time in the Rutgers records book.
Junior second baseman Stephanie Huang helped lead Rutgers at the plate, going 2-for-4 on the day with three RBI in Rutgers' 10-0 shutout win over Iona.
Senior centerfielder Jackie Bates connects on one of three home runs at the April 28 in the 18-9 win over LIU-Brooklyn. Bates went 3-for-3 with seven RBI to lead the Knights.
One of Rutgers Day’s largest demonstrations was in front of Murray Hall, where the Office of Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance (VPVA) held a clothesline project with more than 400 shirts, a creation born from University students meant to give survivors a voice and creative means of expressing their struggles.
NJ Transit riders could face a 9 percent fare hike beginning in 2016 as the transportation titan faces a budget shortfall. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY TIANFANG YU / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER
Senior right-handed reliever Jon Young started a fundraiser in honor of his mother. For every scoreless inning he throws, Young and a group of supporters donate $10 to the Jimmy V Foundation for Cancer Research.
Sophomore right-hander Kevin Baxter delivers a pitch March 31 against Manhattan at Bainton Field. Despite six innings of one-run ball, allowing just four hits on an economical 66 pitches, he received the hard luck loss.
Sophomore catcher Brian Folinusz awaits a pitch from behind the dish in the March 31 loss to Manhattan 2-0. Folinusz went 1-for-3 at the plate with a triple in defeat.
February 2015 | Students and individuals part of the American Association of University Professors-American Federation of Teachers protest for fairer contracts Feb. 24 at Old Queens on the College Avenue campus.
Students gather in the Livingston Student Center the afternoon of March 22 for “Knight Slash 10,” a tournament organized by the Underground Gaming Society. TIANFANG YU / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER
Junior center Greg Lewis takes it strong to the rim in the loss to Maryland last night. Lewis poured in 14 points in the defeat.
Sherry Wolf, lead organizer for the American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers at Rutgers, protests for fairer work contracts early afternoon Feb. 24 at Old Queens on the College Avenue campus.
Freshman midfielder Chad Toliver tallied a hat trick in the 13-10 win over Wagner, scoring two goals in the final six minutes to secure the victory for the Knights.
Sophomore Claire Jones scored a 9.825 on the balance beam on Saturday. She has yet to score less than 9.800 this season.