Alumnus Jimmy Palumbo has played countless roles—on TV, in the movies, on the radio—although he won't be a leading man anytime soon, and that's OK with him.
Eddie Jordan has every intention of returning the Scarlet Knights to their former state of grace as they prepare to enter the Big Ten.
Women scholars and activists under siege in their native countries are finding refuge at American universities, Rutgers among them.
Since its founding in 1918 as the New Jersey College for Women, Douglass College has inspired women. The tradition lives on at Douglass Residential College.
Alumnus Lester Brown, one of the founders of the environmental movement, continues to influence policy prescriptions for addressing global challenges.
Rutgers gets top marks for its students, scholars, and research and teaching efforts.
Wishing to one day serve as a presidential policy adviser, a Rutgers–Camden graduate interns at the White House.
Two courses offered during the fall semester examine the lyrics of Bruce Springsteen and HBO’s The Wire and answer questions, big and small.
The late Ralph W. Voorhees exemplified volunteerism and civic engagement, dedicating years of service to the university and the community.
At one of the inaugural events for the Tyler Clementi Center, alumna and author Beth Loffreda remembers the trials and short life of a gay man, Matt Shepard.
The Rutgers Future Scholars program matriculates its first class of college students.
Alumnae Regina Benjamin and Jane Nagy are trainers for Canine Companions for Independence, which grooms dogs to assist people with disabilities.
Two esteemed Rutgers historians and friends, the late Henry R. Winkler and Richard P. McCormick, bask in the sun.
The Lady Ice Knights club hockey team takes aim at winning its third straight championship.
Following her first year of playing, Briyona Canty underwent open-heart surgery—and then a procedure on her knee. Now, she’s a big part of the Scarlet Knights.
Tight fight in the Pinstripe Bowl; Rutgers–Camden soccer goes all the way—almost; record events.
As players anticipate spring, they can relive the game’s great moments at the USGA museum, where alumnus Robert Alvarez minds its collection.
Despite having had a portion of her leg amputated, alumna Patricia Collins, a colonel in the U.S. Army, perseveres to become a champion in the grueling Ironman competition.
Alumnus Robert E. Mortenson—CEO, humanitarian, and philanthropist—is the financial driving force behind the new Robert E. Mortensen Hall, which is benefiting aspiring artists at the Mason Gross School of the Arts.
Alumna Olena Paslawsky, the top financial officer at the Met, oversees the books at the famous art museum and its $3 billion in assets.
Having the Rutgers University Marching Scarlet Knights perform.
A movie that becomes a hit is rarely an accident. Kevin Goetz, Hollywood’s go-to market researcher, measures audience reaction to a film before the producer’s final cut is made.
Two exhibitions at the Zimmerli Art Museum take a look at the art of portraiture.
Robert Pinsky, former U.S. Poet Laureate and alumnus, reveals the secret to enjoying the best in verse.
Surgeon Tomer Davidov, of Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, is adept at using the latest technology in laparoscopic procedures that are minimally invasive for the patient.
Rutgers researchers are investigating the feasibility of alternative approaches to improving function and decreasing pain in people with knee osteoarthritis.
The FOCUS Wellness Center, a one-stop, nurse-managed clinic in Newark, delivers health care and better quality of life to the city’s neediest population.
A fellowship program at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey trains physicians to become skilled breast-cancer surgeons and oncological experts.
Neil Jasey, the director of Traumatic Brain Injury Services at Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, is a leading expert on concussions.
Health services that are available through Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences and its clinics.
Ronald Clarke, a professor at the School of Criminal Justice, has lent his expertise to a particular kind of crime: wildlife poaching.
Recent breakthroughs and findings in faculty research.
Alumna Kristin Davis, who starred in HBO’s hit Sex and the City, is now in the role of a lifetime: advocating for threatened elephants.
New collaborations between Rutgers and funding agencies.
For close to half a century, alumnus Bob Braun was a fixture at the Star-Ledger, producing columns that had an impact on both the subjects and the readers of his stories.
A graduate student’s revealing dissertation about the role of women in the slave trade garners the top honor from a prestigious organization of American historians.
Toastmasters International honors Asha Mathai for her leadership—and for her public-speaking acumen, skills that she helps others develop, too.
The first Rutgers Alumni House opens on the Camden Campus.
James Kern, New Jersey’s youngest mayor, applies the theoretical gleaned in the Rutgers classroom to the practical in running Pohatcong Township.
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