Rutgers Today

Members of Rutgers’ Class of 2027 have excelled not only in the classroom but also on the tennis court, behind the camera as an award-winning filmmaker and as a nationally ranked chess player.  

Eric Luper

The children's book author has written for Cartoon Network shows including Teen Titans Go and The Amazing World of Gumball and created Scooby-Doo, Pokémon, Star Trek and Star Wars Mad Libs.

Yiraldo Campos

This summer, 150 students tackled issues of food insecurity, worked with children in the foster system and provided guidance for immigrants. Read about the many ways they made a difference.

Scarlet Impact

Emmanuel Baah Rutgers Future Scholars

For 15 years, the program has guided promising first-generation students from seventh grade through college. We caught up with scholars to find out how free access to higher education and academic and emotional support changed their lives.

Rahul Rana

Rahul Rana discovered a passion for entrepreneurship and cutting-edge technologies during his first year at Rutgers Business School and ran with it.

Two buttons labled facts and beleifs

At a time when politics and science are at odds with the truth, conspiracy theories are on the rise and misinformation is rampant, a Rutgers study reveals why beliefs are more rational than they might seem.

MRI of stroke victim

Millennials face a greater risk of ischemic stroke death than Generation X, according to a Rutgers study.

Mega Millions Lottery Forms

The Mega Millions jackpot has climbed to an estimated $1.1 billion, but how can you maximize your chances of winning? Hear from a Rutgers expert.

John Fetterman rally

Why were election night forecasts wrong and the expected red wave barely a trickle? Rutgers pollster Ashley Koning explains the midterm results.