The Turkish and Syrian communities at Rutgers are planning a vigil to remember the more than 50,000 killed and 70,000 injured in last month's devastating earthquake and call attention to the ongoing crisis.
If hatred against one community is allowed to go unchecked, the results can be disastrous, says Rabbi Esther Reed of Rutgers Hillel.
Albert Ayeni grew up in Nigeria, where a meal seemed incomplete if it did not include a hot pepper. Now he is working to make Rutgers the go-to center for hot pepper research to appeal to New Jersey’s growing ethnic communities and remind them of home.
An operating room on a jet might sound like something straight out of a movie, but it’s actually how Rudolph Wagner, a clinical professor in the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, travels the world to fight preventable blindness.