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No one likes a tuition increase, but several incoming students will be more at ease this year as Rutgers plans to offer scholarships for select health majors following a surprising tuition hike for the fall.
Damilola Onifade, a School of Arts and Sciences sophomore, tables for RU Voting, a campus initiative designed to engage more students in the process of voting and politics, at the Rutgers University Involvement Fair on Sept. 7 on the College Avenue campus. COURTESY OF ELIZABETH MATTO
With 15 competitors running, a Republican candidate for president needs to make their positions on national issues known. One of their best opportunities is during the primary debates, the first of which took place last month.
Under New Brunswick's sky, an Internet Hall of Famer stood on the stone steps of the New Brunswick Free Public Library, then pulled open the heavy wooden doors. Later, he made his way to another library, Alexander Library, where he shared his dream of bringing libraries to everything — except, he said, he would do it through a screen.
Rebecca Wright, director of the Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, was the brainchild behind a living-learning community for women who study computer science at Rutgers. The program, which will begin enrolling women next fall, will accept about 20 to 30 first-year female students. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY EDWIN GANO / ASSOCIATE PHOTO EDITOR
In a list of 20 four-year colleges with the worst professors in the United States, Rutgers ranked 12 out of 20 for the list ranking the worst college professors, according to “The Best 380 Colleges,” a publication by The Princeton Review. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY EDWIN GANO / ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
Students can often be found complaining about their professors on social media, but a recent list shows university students genuinely believe their instructors could be more interesting.
Dan Kats, a School of Arts and Sciences sophomore, stands in front of his presentation, “The Role of the DF NA5 Gene in Progressive Hearing Loss,” a project part of the Aresty Summer Science Program poster session, held Aug. 7. HARSHEL PATEL
At a school with more than a hundred majors, deciding what to study seems like the ultimate form of self-expression. But a new study suggests that students’ choices are affected by how much money their parents make.
Five current players on the Rutgers football team were arrested on assault charges stemming from an ongoing investigation by the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office and New Brunswick Police Department after Thursday’s practice.
Wedged within a seven-team division and surrounded by the perennial powerhouse programs its conference boasts, it’s easy for the Rutgers football team to get lost in the shuffle.
Rutgers University’s investigation into head football coach Kyle Flood continues to drag on toward the end of the probe’s third week as Flood continues to decline comment until the process has concluded.
Rutgers developed a sports program for disabled students after Eric Katz, a resident of Middlesex County and a wheelchair basketball player, enrolled as a student at the University of Arizona for their disability accommodations instead of enrolling at Rutgers. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY EDWIN GANO
FoodList, an app-based company launching in September 2015, plans to streamline the online food ordering process by allowing customers to order items from a local restaurant and wait as their food is delivered for free. COURTESY OF FOODLIST SPOKESPERSON
As the Rutgers network continues to be hindered by technical difficulties causing severely slowed or completely disconnected Internet access, Rutgers-Newark Chancellor Nancy Cantor and Provost Todd Clear issued an email to the Newark student body yesterday evening explaining how further network troubles would impact upcoming final exams.
Members of Rutgers’ chapter of “Pencils for Promise” distribute water to runners participating in the Unite Half Marathon on April 12. COURTESY OF ALEXIS LEVINE
It all began in 2008 when a small boy begging in the streets of India told Adam Braun that what he wanted most in the world was a pencil.
As a college student, Sara Tabatabaie had family living in the Middle East during the 2009 Iranian uprisings. She did not follow the events through newspaper or television reports but with her Twitter feed.