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On the occasion of its 25th anniversary, the Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni honors its 2012 inductees.
New student housing opening in Camden and Piscataway redefines dorm rooms.
Lois Whitman, the founding director of the Children’s Rights Division at Human Rights Watch, speaks for the children who have no voice or choice.
The Rutgers–Newark Debate Team, 25th nationwide last year, aims to build on its successes.
Janine, Laura, and Stephanie Ford play a big part on the Scarlet Knights women's crew team.
Mercedes Glover, of Rutgers–Newark, and Tim VanLiew, of Rutgers–Camden, are All-American javelin throwers.
Alumnus Jeff Torborg recalls being the catcher during Sandy Koufax's amazing no-hitter on September 9, 1965.
Bill Yosses, the executive pastry chef at the White House, is the man behind the delectable desserts for the First Family.
Frank Lisi, a longtime Rutgers–Newark employee, fulfills a dream of writing and directing his own movie.
The art of Beyoncé bears the influence of prominent African-American feminists and intellectuals.
J. Frederick Grassle, the founding director of the Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, is one of the nation's most celebrated oceanographers.
Recent breakthroughs and findings in faculty research.
Honors and recognition for faculty and staff.
Alumni volunteers nationwide invite incoming Rutgers students and their families to summer events to introduce them to their new university.
The Rutgers University Alumni Association was formed four years ago to include all graduates as members. And guess what? You are one of them.
Rachana Gandhi, a financial analyst, finds joy and relaxation in traditional Indian dance.
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