The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist encouraged 900 Rutgers-Camden graduates yesterday to fight back and force the country to live up to its highest ideals. Read more on NJ.com.
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Belle Huang ends her Rutgers career with a bachelor of science degree in biology, a master's degree in microbial biology and four NCAA tournament appearances in gymnastics. See her in action in our video.
Rutgers is welcoming scholars and students including the Farid family through growing efforts since the Taliban takeover.
Rutgers will take the lead to develop a plan with universities throughout the country to protect coastal areas increasingly threatened by extreme weather caused by climate change.
While speakers struck a serious tone at times, the scene was joyful as students flooded into SHI Stadium Sunday morning for the 256th anniversary commencement, the first in-person celebration since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rutgers-Newark Professor Salamishah Tillet was awarded a Pulitzer Prize in criticism for her New York Times essays on race in arts and culture.
Two Rutgers law experts address the potential reasons for the leak, whether this is they think this decision will stand, and the implications it could have beyond abortion rights.