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Star Gazing
Something to Talk About

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Something to Talk About

Khalil Gibran Muhammad takes over as the head of America’s foremost research library dedicated to the African diaspora: the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.

  • A Lasting Impression

    A former student gives $2 million in honor of a mentor in the history department to benefit students in the School of Arts and Sciences.

  • Advantage, Zhang

    Tennis star Amy Zhang receives a coveted Gates Cambridge Scholarship to study at the University of Cambridge.

The Arc of a Diver

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The Arc of a Diver

Jennifer Betz, star diver on the Scarlet Knights women's swimming and diving team, completes her career with a flourish.

  • The Waiting Game

    Robin England is the most decorated long-distance runner ever at Rutgers–Camden and a three-time All-Academic honoree.

  • A Real Pro

    Alumnus Jim Mrva is named the Professional Golfers’ Association of America 2010 Golf Professional of the Year.

All the Photos That Are Fit to Print

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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

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

  • You Gotta Have Art

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

Tangled Up in Booze


Tangled Up in Booze

The Rutgers’ Center of Alcohol Studies in New Brunswick draws on interdisciplinary expertise in the biological sciences, psychology, and sociology to examine the little-known effects of alcohol on women.

  • Initiatives

    New collaborations between Rutgers and funding agencies.

  • Accolades

    Awards and honors for faculty and staff.

Lions and Tigers—and Interns

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Lions and Tigers–and Interns

Laura Warner, director of public programs at the Philadelphia Zoo, knows how to get the best out of student employees.

  • Give a Little Bit

    How volunteering with the Rutgers University Alumni Association is a tangible way to support the university’s highest ambitions.

  • The King’s Speech

    Teleprompter technician Jeff Sult ensures that TV broadcasters, and politicians, too, deliver their lines with the aplomb of a skilled orator.