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NJPAC dancers

Making Moves

Jersey (New) Moves! a dance showcase  at NJPAC, debuts the choreography of Mason Gross School of the Arts alumni.

President Edward J. Bloustein escorts Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands during a ceremony in 1982 at Kirkpatrick Chapel.

For the Record

During the university’s 250th anniversary in 2016, alumni are invited to participate in an online course about Rutgers’ storied history—providing their own recollections for the benefit of students.

Graphic of money well spent

Money Well Spent

The value of a Rutgers education gets high rankings.

Graphic of the new Rutgers Shield

A Shield of Commemoration

To mark its 250th anniversary in 2016, Rutgers updates the university shield.

Philip Scarpa

Stress Tests

Alumnus Philip Scarpa has made a career understanding the physical and mental demands on pilots and astronauts. 

Kahleah Copper led last year’s  women’s basketball team in its promising first year in the Big Ten.

The Alchemy of Copper

With a rare mix of athletic skills, Kahleah Copper led last year’s Scarlet Knights women’s basketball team in its promising first year in the Big Ten.

Beatrix Potter

A Literary Device

Alumna Marta McDowell writes biographies of famous writers inspired by their private gardens, one being Beatrix Potter. 

Moritz von Stuelpnagel, an alumnus of the Mason Gross School of the Arts

The God’s Honest Truth

Alumnus Moritz von Stuelpnagel is the director of Hand to God, the Tony-nominated play appearing on Broadway.