The University launched a cinema theater in the beginning of the year with three screens and matinee prices, allowing students to view films whenever throughout the school year.
The University racked a record-breaking crowd of more than 83,000 people for the fifth Rutgers Day, which took place April 27, 2013.
NEW LIFE?AT?LIVINGSTON The University opened its brand new apartments on Livingston campus, open to sophomores, juniors and seniors.
With a sold-out performance, Swedish DJ Alesso performed at RUPA’s electronic dance show in April 2013.
Members of the University community were able to interact with the horses at the Equine Science Lab on Douglass campus Saturday as a part of the Rutgers Day celebrations.
Washington selected running back Jawan Jamison in the last round. He said NFL officials gave him a third-round grade in January.
Members of the University community participated in various activities and festivities at Voorhees Mall on the College Avenue campus.
Cornerback Logan Ryan was the first of a program-record seven Knights drafted, with a third-round New England Patriots selection. Three other Knights join him on the Patriots.
Members of the Rutgers University Dance Team and the Scarlet Knight walked down College Avenue as a part of the Rutgers?Parade Saturday for Rutgers Day. The day-long celebrations brought more than 83,000 people to the University.
The Livingston Theatre Company will celebrate its 15th anniversary with a gala May 11, featuring present and past members of the company.
The Livingston Theatre Company performed ‘The Producers’ yesterday at the Livingston Theater, its last production for the semester.
The Rutgers University Programming Association hosted ‘Beats on the Banks, featuring Alesso,’ Friday at the Louis Brown Athletic Center on Livingston campus.nelson morales, staff photographer
Senior Andre Civil, left, will move to right tackle this season after playing right guard last year with junior Taj Alexander, who split snaps with Civil when Civil played injured.
Senior linebacker Jamal Merrell, right, is the only starting linebacker returning, as former linebackers Khaseem Greene and Steve Beauharnais have graduated and declared for the NFL Draft. Junior Kevin Snyder has the most experience of any returning linebacker besides Merrell.
Junior linebacker Kevin Snyder, center, was effective behind the offense’s line of scrimmage last season from the strongside, recording two sacks and seven tackles for losses. He moves to former linebacker Khaseem Greene’s spot, where Greene led Rutgers last season with six sacks.
Sophomore defensive tackle Darius Hamilton recorded only 17 total tackles this past season. He has studied film and bulked up to improve his production.
Barchi answers students questions at the Rutgers University Student Assembly town hall.
Margarita Rosario, a School of Arts and Sciences junior, asked why the University considers the Rutgers-Newark campus as existing solely for diversity.
Freshman cornerback Delon Stephenson, right, has not practiced with the ones yet, but he has a chance to start next season.
Junior quarterback Gary Nova looks forward to having wideout Miles Shuler as a target in the slot because of his speed advantage against defenders.