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As renowned novelist Jeff Kinney once said, "I'm probably something like 95 percent chicken nuggets." Since its creation in the 1950s, deep-fried chicken meat has captured the hearts and souls of those across the country. Advancements in food science mean chicken nuggets come in many different tastes and forms, from spicy-flavored to dinosaur-shaped. And that means not every nugget is created equal, so Inside Beat is here to guide you to the best ones in New Brunswick.
In spite of a months-long campaign led by the Rutgers student assembly, University President Robert L. Barchi says a bill that would place two student voting members on the University's Board of Governors has "a low likelihood" of making it through the New Jersey legislature.
Since Donald J. Trump won the presidential election a little over a month ago, Rutgers has seen a watchlist emerge targeting liberal professors and student protests calling on the administration to designate the school a "sanctuary campus."
The Garden State is truly a "tale of two Jerseys"— at least according to a recent Rutgers study that found the Southern half of the N.J. is getting shortchanged.
Police are investigating a shots-fired incident that occurred in New Brunswick on Friday afternoon.
Rutgers police are searching for four men who are suspected of stealing athletic equipment from the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) on the Livingston campus two weeks ago.
Rutgers adjunct professor Kevin Allred said he was taken to a psychiatric hospital around midnight on Wednesday after a student felt threatened by comments he made on Twitter about flag burning and gun control.
In line with the rest of the state, Rutgers students who voted on campus Thursday overwhelmingly cast their ballots for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential race.
A former Rutgers student is in custody after stabbing a faculty member and another student in an office Friday afternoon in the Rutgers Business Building, campus police said.
New Brunswick police are searching for a man armed with a knife who robbed the Shell Service Center gas station on Easton Avenue Saturday night.
Former Rutgers student Dharun Ravi, whose roommate died by suicide after being secretly recorded kissing another man, was sentenced on Thursday to 30 days in jail and probation after pleading guilty to attempted invasion of privacy.
The Rutgers University Police Department is looking for a vandal who has been spray painting penises on several buildings and sidewalks across the Livingston and Cook/Douglass campus.
When a Rutgers student donates a pint of blood, they can make a difference in the lives of up to three different patients living anywhere in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey or Pennsylvania.
During his second semester at Rutgers, Chris Lind spent more than $90 buying three different brands of response cards — electronic remotes used to answer in-class questions, measure performance and track participation.
The Alley, a student tailgate lot sponsored by the Athletics Department, may be making a comeback after a shut down due to "safety concerns" was announced on Tuesday.
Police have reopened the Douglass Parking Deck two hours after closing it off during an investigation of a suspicious package found in the area.
Authorities pulled an unidentified adult man's body from the Raritan River near the Rutgers boat docks and Route 18 bridge on Thursday afternoon.
Unspecified power issues impacted two of the five Rutgers—New Brunswick campuses in the second week of classes, inconveniencing students and disrupting staff.
All 3,200 students living on the Cook and Douglass campuses this semester were relocated Wednesday night as Rutgers continued to suffer from a power outage.
Rutgers is dealing with power outages on Cook and Douglass campuses that are affecting 90 buildings, including 39 residence halls housing roughly 3,000 students. This is the third disruption that the campuses have faced in the past two days.