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Jonathan Holloway, the 21st Rutgers University president

A Beloved Community

Jonathan Holloway, the 21st university president, envisions a culture that emphasizes diversity, inclusion, and respect as Rutgers refines its mission in becoming a top public research university.

Debbie Walsh and Kelly Dittmar

A record number of women ran for public office in 2020, continuing a trend monitored by the Center for American Women and Politics.

Rutgers 1918 Football Team

The 1918 Rutgers football team, known as the Queensmen, managed to play a full season despite an international outbreak of influenza.

Joseph Wysocki (center), chief of the Camden County Police Departmentl, and fellow officers demonstrated peacefuly on May 30

Alumni working in law enforcement, as well as Rutgers experts, have been implementing best practices for safeguarding communities.

Fall2020 Magazine

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Alumna Kimberly Dickstein Hughes, the 2019–2020 New Jersey State Teacher of the Year, is pictured in her classroom at Haddonfield Memorial High School, in Haddonfield, New Jerse

Alumni share their thoughts about the tumultuous times brought on by the pandemic, a reeling economy, and the nation's racial reckoning.

Grace Lynne Haynes and Jordan Casteel

Graduate student Grace Lynne Haynes and art professor Jordan Casteel have their paintings appear on the covers of The New Yorker and Vogue.

Assata Davis

Members of the Rutgers community explain how they have gained personal strength through coping with the COVID-19 pandemic.

All Black Lives Matter painted on Newark street

Students in the Department of Arts, Culture, and Media at Rutgers–Newark collaborate with activists, community members, and artists to make definitive statements on two of Newark’s better-known streets.

Illustration of head shaped tree losing leaves

A generous gift from alumnus Herbert Klein will underwrite novel research into a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.

Following Tyler Clementi’s death on September 22, 2010, students and other community members gathered for a vigil at Rutgers University–New Brunswick, where he had been a first-year student.

On the 10th anniversary of its namesake's death, the Tyler Clementi Center for Diversity Education and Bias Prevention forges ahead in its scholarly examination of the impact of bias on college campuses.