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With such busy lives balancing classes, clubs or organizations, possible internships and attempting to have some semblance of a social life, college students rarely have time to delve into full-length movies, or those oh-so-tempting hour long crime documentaries.
As seniors begin preparing for graduation and wondering what legacy they will leave behind, the Rutgers Class of 2018 Scarlet Senior Campaign urges them to give back to the areas of Rutgers that impacted them most.
For all of our eligible Rutgers bachelors and bachelorettes, get ready, because Tinder is making a change. An impending update for the dating app will soon only allow women to message first.
Located in the retail plaza on Livingston campus, Rutgers Cinema offers students the lowest ticket prices in the state of New Jersey.
It’s very easy to get stuck in the same old rut at school, eating that same sad lunch at the dining hall every day, so much so that you begin to even dread just the walk to Brower. Do not fret, because there are some tips, tricks and dining hall hacks to take that lunch from barely edible to epic.
Tango Buenos Aires, the spirit of Argentina, graced the New Jersey State Theatre stage last Friday — in a flurry of the most beautiful gowns, passionate dancing and, of course, overwhelming talent.
"Saturday Night Live" legend and "30 Rock" star Tracy Morgan returned to New Jersey for an uncensored, unyielding and, as always, amusing set at the State Theatre stage on Sept. 30.
Three Rutgers students beat out hundreds of teams to win first place at the Hearthstone National Championship this past Sunday, with each player receiving $10,000 in scholarship as their prize.
On the evening of April 21, the State Theatre New Jersey presented one of New Zealand’s leading contemporary dancing companies Black Grace.
The first collegiate chapter of the Big Hearts to Little Hearts Foundation at Rutgers has been tirelessly working to raise awareness and funds for congenital heart disease.
Following the success of last year’s program, the Rutgers Business School Executive Education (RBSEE) will once again offer its mini-MBA in Strategic Healthcare Management for Practices.
A new Rutgers study found evidence confirming that extended wait times for pediatric evaluations could be severely detrimental to the diagnosis and early intervention strategies needed for treatment.
Rutgers University, along with the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA) and the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT), is implementing their own public regional bike share program.
A viral video created by two Rutgers undergraduate students entitled “Making Strangers Smile” is now attracting worldwide attention after accumulating over 15 million views online.
A team of three Rutgers Business School students and one alumna have made history when they became the first winning regional champions from Rutgers University in the Hult Prize competition.
It’s difficult enough to try to match your wardrobe to the ever-changing forecast — sunny and 72 degrees one day, snow and below 30 the next — and on top of that, fluctuating weather patterns can take quite the toll on your immune system.
The Rutgers University football and wrestling programs are solidifying their spots in the Big Ten Conference by kicking off the 2017 season competing at Yankee Stadium.
After touring four continents and headlining their own show at Radio City Music Hall, the music group Postmodern Jukebox performed at the State Theatre New Jersey in New Brunswick Wednesday night for their debut Hub City performance.
Millennials account for more than 50 percent of people who use mobile payment transactions, according to Payments Journal, with a large number of these transactions now occurring through the app Venmo.
A Rutgers University graduate student was recently named in the science category of the Forbes "30 Under 30” list after creating his own biotech company, which aids in the diagnosis of diseases.