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Performance artist Anthony Brown

A Force of Nature

Performance artist Anthony Brown travels the country reliving the remarkable life of alumnus Paul Robeson.

William the Silent statue

The Silent Treatment

The Huffington Post calls William the Silent one of the most-loved statues on an American campus.

Illustration of New Jersey and the world with a 1766 Rutgers flag

Global Perspective

Rutgers’ push to internationalize its education and research missions garners the Senator Paul Simon Award.

Pit bull in rehabilatation

Dogs’ Best Friend

Petra Ford, a pet physical therapist, rehabs canines.

From the left, Aimee Seungdamrong, director of fertility preservation at University Reproductive Associates (URA); Sara Morelli, director of the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School (NJMS) and a physi

Conception After Cancer

Thanks to oncofertility, cancer survivors have a good likelihood of having children.

John Singer Sargent’s Madame X, and art historian Susan Sidlauskas

Painting With Surgical Precision

Art historian Susan Sidlauskas researches the influences on painter John Singer Sargent.

Stephen Saharic, center, is pictured on the set of WFAN’s Boomer & Carton show, which is hosted by former NFL star quarterback Boomer Esiason, left, and Craig Carton.

Opera and Sports: Perfect Together

Stephen Saharic, a voice major at Mason Gross School of the Arts, brings his baritone to the Boomer & Carton show and makes the case for classical music.

Alumna Vivan Salama is pictured in Baghdad’s Firdos Square

Battle Tested

As the Baghdad bureau chief for the Associated Press, Vivian Salama oversees the dangerous reporting on the never-ending fighting in Iraq, aggravated now by the menace of ISIS, which threatens a population weary of war.