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All the Photos That Are Fit to Print

All the Photos That Are Fit to Print

Alumna Kathy Ryan is the director of photography for the New York Times Magazine, the calling card for the venerated newspaper’s Sunday edition.

  • Black Is Beautiful

    Black Is Beautiful

    The Marion Thompson Wright lecture series at Rutgers–Newark contemplates the idea of beauty and the black body.

  • Staples


    The mementos of faculty and staff—gleaned from their research interests and travel passions—make offices feel like art galleries.


  • Hip-Hop Boosters

    Hip-Hop Boosters

    The musicians behind “Rutgers State of Mind” and “Black and Scarlet” strike a chord with the Rutgers community.


  • Safe Passage Home

    Safe Passage Home

    An 16th-century Renaissance portrait, long housed in the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, is returned to its rightful owners.


  • You Gotta Have Art

    Alumni couple gives $3.4 million to the Mason Gross School of the Arts in New Brunswick.

  • Your Brother’s Keeper

    Your Brother’s Keeper

    Professor Alrick Brown wins 2011 World Cinema Audience Award for drama at the Sundance Film Festival.


  • To Catch a Thief

    To Catch a Thief

    Part sleuth and part art aficionado, alumna Virginia Curry knows the ways of the criminal mind in her FBI role recovering stolen art.


  • Books


    Joan Marter, an art history professor in the School of Arts and Sciences, served as the editor of the Grove Encyclopedia of American Art.