Richard L. Edwards, chancellor of Rutgers University–New Brunswick, presides over big changes that are raising the profile of Rutgers.
As Baghdad bureau chief for the Associated Press, Vivian Salama oversees the dangerous reporting on the fighting against ISIS in Iraq.
Remembering two alumni who gave generously to Rutgers, and to Newark and New Brunswick: Clement A. Price and John J. Heldrich.
How Rutgers University–Camden alumni are coming to the aid of the city.
Why alumnus Christopher Gussis has taken part in close to 300 clinical trials in the name of advancing medical knowledge.
The role of Rutgers University–Camden alumni in Camden • Dipping into Rutgers Fountain of Youth • Urban legends: Clement A. Price and John J. Heldrich • Battle-tested alumnae • Fighting pregame jitters
Performance artist Anthony Brown travels the country reliving the remarkable life of alumnus Paul Robeson.
The Huffington Post calls William the Silent one of the most-loved statues on an American campus.
Alumna Patricia Jones Frost, a brigadier general in the U.S. Army, heads up the military services' cyberwarfare effort.
Petra Ford, a pet physical therapist, rehabs canines.
Thanks to oncofertility, cancer survivors have a good likelihood of having children.
Art historian Susan Sidlauskas researches the influences on painter John Singer Sargent.
Student Stephen Saharic brings his baritone to the Boomer & Carton show and makes the case for classical music.
The leaders of Rutgers gladly submit to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
The new Honors College in New Brunswick gets set to open next fall, with an inaugural class of top students.
Andrew and Todd Perry, recognized as a top financial advisory team, were good buddies growing up before excelling at Rutgers, and they remain close brothers.
Cierra Kaler-Jones, named Miss New Jersey for 2014, competes for Miss America.
When Meredith Vieira decided to have a new TV show, she knew her old buddy, alumnus Jon Harris, would be the perfect sidekick.
How a professional baseball team’s likelihood of making the playoffs this fall hinged on “team chemistry,” which a Rutgers University–Camden professor has investigated.
Twenty years ago, pediatric surgeon Steven Stylianos oversaw an operation to separate conjoined twin girls. One of them recently gave birth in a rare delivery.
Scarlet red brightens a New Brunswick church.
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