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Free. For Everyone

Enjoy 500 events, along with great food, music and more on campuses in New Brunswick and Piscataway.

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Mon, 2012-04-02
Across Nations and Cultures

Professor Kathleen López charts the path of Asian migrants in the Caribbean.

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Mon, 2012-04-02
Good Chemistry

Studying languages and science, Jacques Karcnik found a research program in Brazil that met all his interests.

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Mon, 2012-04-02
The Heir to Houdini

Sophomore finance major Eric Wilzig dazzles audiences with his “extreme” brand of magic and illusion.

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Mon, 2012-03-19
Support, Strength, and Guidance

Physicians Owano and Shelley-Ann Pennycooke mapped out a future with the help of ODASIS.

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Mon, 2012-03-19
Human Touch

Professor Barbara Cooper's study of the issues behind Niger's high birth rate may hold lessons for the world.

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Mon, 2012-03-12
Tax Time Help

School of Law–Camden student volunteers assist area residents in filing income tax forms.

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Mon, 2012-03-12
Future Doctors, Without Borders

Experiences at Rutgers and abroad set Ashley Wenke and Kenny Disbrow on the path to medical school.

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Mon, 2012-03-05
A Union’s Drive

Alumna Bhairavi Desai fights for cabbies’ rights as cofounder of the New York Taxi Workers Alliance.

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Mon, 2012-03-05
Great Things about Rutgers

Rutgers is a great university, respected in New Jersey and worldwide. A new at-a-glance brochure shows why.

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Mon, 2012-02-27
A Wondrous Speaker

Novelist Junot Díaz will return to his alma mater to give the keynote address at University Commencement.

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Wed, 2012-02-15
The New Frontier of Medicine

Developed by researchers such as Joachim Kohn, new bioengineering devices will revolutionize medical care.

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Mon, 2012-02-13
New Mural, Vital Mission

The Center for Latino Arts and Culture advances the arts and traditions of Latinos throughout the Americas.

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Mon, 2012-01-30
Brilliant Minds Visit Rutgers

Exceptional speakers come to Rutgers during the spring semester to enlighten, engage, and entertain.

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Mon, 2012-01-30
IHHCR Research Opportunity

Project L/EARN helps underrepresented students gain experience conducting health and health care research.

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Mon, 2012-01-23
Discovering "El Gordo"

Rutgers astrophysicists and their partners identify the largest galaxy cluster ever seen in the distant universe.

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Tue, 2012-01-17
Orangutans, Diet, and Health

Professor Erin Vogel's studies into how orangutans cope with food scarcity may hint at causes of human obesity.

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Tue, 2012-01-17
Helping to Heal

A grandfather's fateful suggestion propelled Rachel Senz to study nursing. She is delighted with her choice.

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Tue, 2012-01-17
A Big Win for a Small Fish

Professor H. Bruce Franklin helps notch a victory for menhaden, the "most important fish in the sea."

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Mon, 2012-01-09
Positive Vibration

Alumnus Frederick Morton broadcasts Caribbean culture to Newark residents with his firm, Tempo Networks.

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Mon, 2012-01-02
Crime and Punishment

Rutgers professors research the ties between sexual violence, crime, and the incarceration of young women.

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Mon, 2012-01-02
Rutgers Wins Bowl

Rutgers football wins its fifth bowl game, defeating Iowa State University.

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Fri, 2011-12-30
The Angel of Death Row

When it comes to life or death, alumna and criminal defense attorney Andrea Lyon is 19–0.

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Mon, 2011-12-26
Smile Bangladesh

Alumni Shahid Aziz and Anita Puran organize and fund missions to Bangladesh to repair cleft lips and palates.

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Mon, 2011-12-26
Inspiring a Holiday Classic

How a short story by Rutgers alumnus Philip Van Doren Stern became It’s a Wonderful Life.

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Mon, 2011-12-19
Scarlet Knights Are Bowl Bound

The Scarlet Knights make their sixth bowl appearance on Friday, December 30.

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Mon, 2011-12-19
Can-Do Attitude

Not camera shy herself, alumna Santina Muha aims to get more people with disabilities in front of the lights.

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Mon, 2011-12-12
Making the Scene

Student Baxter Hartley turns insight, imagination, and strong construction skills into evocative theater sets.

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Mon, 2011-12-12
Cracking the Cold

Hazelnut trees may flourish in harsh climates thanks to research by C. Reed Funk and Thomas Molnar.

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Mon, 2011-12-05
Clinical Experience

A certificate program in genetic counseling gives undergraduates key training—and a competitive edge.

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Mon, 2011-11-28

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