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Panelists at Mason Gross discuss relationship between tech and social movements in modern day

(11/18/15 3:55am)

Students, professors, graduate students and undergraduate students of Mason Gross School of the Arts filled the dimly lit and rather intimate setting of the Bloustein Auditorium last night where four panelists discussed and explored Rutgers University’s 250th anniversary theme of revolution through multiple perspectives.


University hears wedding bells as Scarlet Knights get engaged

(11/16/15 1:57am)

Across the board, many seniors are making plans. Some are submitting job applications, while others are studying for GREs. There are those working extra hours to put down a deposit for a last spring break trip to Punta Cana, and then there are a handful of students who are preparing to marry their sweethearts after the curtain closes on their college career.






Students push for fossil fuel divestment on National Day of Climate Action

(10/15/15 4:42am)

Just as the sun set on the College Avenue campus on Wednesday afternoon, the wind picked up and the Rutgers Fossil Fuel Divestment Campaign began to assemble tables, flyers and banners in front of Brower Commons to demonstrate the need for action from the University and government on climate change for National Day of Climate Action.






Rutgers-Newark professor sends email to student requesting proof for celebrating religious holiday Eid

(09/24/15 11:29am)

Upon request for an excused absence from class on Eid al-Adha, a major Muslim holiday, Rutgers University—Newark student Zoha, whose last name was omitted for confidentiality, was told by her professor that she needed to provide documentation from her religious leader as confirmation.




Rutgers faculty union urges Rutgers administration to pursue investigation against head football coach Kyle Flood amid allegations

(09/10/15 4:24am)

Yesterday afternoon, the Executive Committee of New Jersey's American Association of University Professors-American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT) passed a resolution urging Rutgers to further pursue an investigation into football head coach Kyle Flood following allegations recently made against him. 


Zimmerli brings 'Pop' of color to campus with new American art exhibit

(09/09/15 3:35am)

He was born George Overbury Hart. Then as a young adult, seized by a fierce wanderlust, he traveled to Tahiti and Samoa, where he grew a long, Biblical-like beard. Upon his return home, he was greeted by his friends with the name "Pop," a nickname meant to poke fun at his aged appearance — and the name stuck.