As the year draws to a close, we reflect on the great things that happened at Rutgers in 2018. Take a look at some of the most clicked-on stories this year, in chronological order.

Underwater diving New Scientific Diving Class Teaches Aspiring Oceanographers how to Navigate the Underwater World
Marine science students learn advanced open water and rescue diver skills, as well as the use of scientific methods underwater.
Angelo Soto Centeno

Angelo Soto Centeno Researches Caribbean Bats and Their Fossilized Ancestors
Angelo Soto Centeno is trying to determine why out of more than 130 Caribbean mammal species that previously existed, only about 66 bat species remain today.

Nidza Bruno

Longtime Spanish Teacher Follows in Footsteps of Three Sons Earning a Rutgers Degree
Nidza Bruno completes a master's degree at Rutgers-Camden that helped her stay hip to new technologies and teaching approaches.

Summer Scholar 12-Year-Old Rutgers Summer Scholar Pursues Cancer Research
Most 12-year-old middle school students spend their summers engaged in the pursuit of leisure and ice cream. For seventh grader Atharva Kulkarni, summer is a time to continue his passion: cancer research.
Police 'Bad Policing, Bad Law, not 'Bad Apples,' Behind Disproportionate Killing of Black Men by Police
Officers of all races disproportionately kill African-American suspects, pointing to need for policing and legal reforms, Rutgers-Newark study finds
Student Success Office Student Success Coach Office Helping Students Bring Their ''A'' Game
The Student Success Coach Office at Rutgers-Camden helps students set goals and identify key resources to help drive academic success.
Alumni House

Alumni Houses and Alumni Center Welcome Rutgers Graduates at All Three University Locations
Rutgers honors alumni with historic buildings rededicated to their needs.


Rutgers Sets Fundraising Record With More Than $223 Million in Donations
More than 50,000 donors contributed to record sum in 2017-2018.

Julie Tsirkin One Year Out of Rutgers, Alumna Shines as Youngest Producer at NBC's New York Bureau
Julie Tsirkin was on her way to a career in law when she made the switch to journalism.
Students at food pantry Helping Students Through Lean Times
Student food pantries help fill grocery gaps while removing stigma around food insecurity.