Rutgers honors the new members of the Hall of Distinguished Alumni.
A Rutgers initiative and a new book provide an education in what it will take to save the Raritan River.
Alumnus David Sloan, of ABC News, is the producer of some of television’s most well-known shows.
Thanks to Rutgers, New Jersey farmers are growing produce indigenous to the homelands of the state’s immigrant groups.
Alumna Mary Norris reveals life at the New Yorker • Inside the operating room with a pediatric neurosurgeon • How to make the right choices in life • George Segal, in black and white
Newest Americans, a documentary series, reveals the global odyssey for many Rutgers University–Newark students.
After 30 years, R&B singer Regina Belle returns to Rutgers to accept her degree from the School of Arts and Sciences.
Alumna Sung Poblete works with Ken Burns to produce a PBS series about cancer.
“Bill Nye the Science Guy” headlines commencement ceremonies at Rutgers.
After being paralyzed, alumnus Joseph Cali is now eager to help others like himself.
Alumna Lisa Gersh teams up with Gwyneth Paltrow to lead the actress’s lifestyle company, goop.
The former Scarlet Knights who play for the New England Patriots reveal how Rutgers and an NFL championship changed them.
Alumna Mary Norris, a fact-checker at the New Yorker, shares her life at the venerated magazine.
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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