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As a transfer from Rutgers-Newark, Nicole Yap arrived in New Brunswick looking to make a niche for herself. The organization she found was one that three former U.S. presidents and current First Lady Michelle Obama also joined to give back to their communities.
CAMDEN — New Jersey has the highest rate of recently graduated high school students leaving the state to attend college elsewhere.
In late May, students were basking in the warm spring sun, relishing the relief of finishing final exams, slightly thunderstruck by the small mountain of move-out day unpacking awaiting them.
Timothy McDonnell, 20, was struck by a vehicle early Saturday on Easton Avenue, according to a press release from J.T. Miller, captain of the New Brunswick Police Department.
Rutgers has little of the magical fanfare of Hogwarts, but where the enchanted castle has “Nearly Headless Nick,” the ghost of Gryffindor Tower, Rutgers has more than 60 Nearly Headless Knights.
When Rutgers squares off against Ohio State University in less than a month, Peter March will trade his Buckeyes gear for Scarlet Knights apparel for the first time.
Aiyana Jones, Barry Deloatch and Ezell Ford did not even live in the same state, but they are all connected in one way: They were killed at the hands of police officers in the past four years.
Goats bleated, chickens trotted across the dusty dirt and cows blinked slowly in the sun as Tina Lubomira Burnat made her own ricotta and mozzarella cheeses by hand over the past weekend.
Rutgers University Art Library stands today in Voorhees Mall on the College Avenue campus, where the Delta Upsilon fraternity house stood at least six decades ago.
Caitlyn Kovacs, a 19-year-old School of Environmental and Biological Sciences sophomore, was pronounced dead at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at 3:19 a.m. Sunday morning, after passing out at a fraternity house.
The culture of new business in New Brunswick is like a game of “Whac-a-Mole” — one store closes, and another one opens up right after.
Matthew Leibowitz rushed Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, four years ago. At the same time, allegations of a sexual assault a student in different fraternity committed only blocks away from the AEPi house rocked the leafy campus.
Since the school year has started and the doors to the dining halls have swung open, first-year students have approached the colossal cafeterias with timid excitement and curiosity.
On an average day, Vanessa González attracts more stares, tittering whispers and jeering points than the average student walking around on any of the five campuses at Rutgers.
As Hailee Bellusci enters her final year of college
and begins finishing her curriculum as a student in the Rutgers Business School,
she knows she will walk away with a skill not taught in any of her courses: golfing.
In a matter of years, it may be more common to see 5-foot robots scuttling along the sides of roads than construction workers in orange hard hats.
Carol Baillie sits in a class filled predominantly with students in their late teens or early 20s. She is 11 years older than the perky 18-year-old first-year student sitting to her left.
Convicted for nearly six years for being a drug kingpin, Jesse Krimes lived behind federal penitentiary walls. Despite the austere concrete walls and the monotony of prison life, he managed to create a life beyond his federal detention number.
Imagination, vision, experiment: These are the three words Raphael Montañez Ortiz, distinguished Rutgers professor in visual arts, used to describe the newly-introduced visual arts minor at the Mason Gross School of the Arts.
New Jersey Senator Nicholas Scutari (D-22) introduced a bill on March 24 that would allow the sale and possession of marijuana.