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On the Banks

Comfort Zone

New student housing opening in Camden and Piscataway redefines dorm rooms.

  • The Children's Advocate

    The Children's Advocate

    Lois Whitman, the founding director of the Children’s Rights Division at Human Rights Watch, speaks for the children who have no voice or choice.

  • Beard: The Musical

    Beard: The Musical

    Matt Ferguson, an assistant director of student life at Rutgers–New Brunswick, shaves off his beard with theatrical flair.

  • Redemption Song

    Redemption Song

    A former convict and now an honors student is named a Truman Scholar for 2012.

  • Defending the High Seas

    Defending the High Seas

    A Naval ROTC program comes to Rutgers–New Brunswick—the only ROTC of its kind in New Jersey.

  • Looks Can Be Deceiving

    Looks Can Be Deceiving

    A Rutgers–Newark professor reveals the economics behind the silhouette of New York’s famous skyline.

  • Bon Voyage

    Bon Voyage

    In his final public appearance as president, Richard L. McCormick confers degrees on the Class of 2012 during commencement.

  • Worth Debating

    The Rutgers–Newark Debate Team, 25th nationwide last year, aims to build on its successes.

  • Ranking Rutgers

    Ranking Rutgers

    The arts and humanities curriculum is among the world's best.

  • Dancing the Night Away

    Dancing the Night Away

    Rutgers students and deans glided along the dance floor during Dancing With the Deans, a competition and fundraiser to benefit the Emergency Assistance Fund.

  • Dishing It Out

    Dishing It Out

    Each year, the dining halls at Rutgers–New Brunswick serve close to 5 million meals.


  • Bicycles Built by Two

    Bicycles Built by Two

    Alumni, and husband and wife, Ryan Reedell and Marie Pasquariello build custom handmade bikes in Newark.

  • SWAGGIN' Rights

    SWAGGIN' Rights

    How two Rutgers–New Brunswick students turned their catch phrase into a phenomenon.