Colleges

Latest news and updates from all New Jersey universities and colleges.

In 2003, the “Angel of Death” Charles Cullen admitted to the murder of 40 hospital patients across New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Cullen, a former nurse, used the cardiac drug digoxin as his weapon to commit his crimes over a period of 16 years. Ten years …

The 140-year-old alma mater underwent a change Friday, when Patrick Gardner, director of Choral Studies, announced revisions to the first verse of “On the Banks of the Old Raritan.” The song used to begin with, “My father sent me to old Rutgers / And resolv’d …

Typically regarded as an exclusive group, scientists are taking their work out of the laboratory and into the blogosphere. Aatish Bhatia, an alumnus of the Rutgers doctoral physics program, has spent the last two years explaining scientific topics on his blog, “Empirical Zeal.” His blog …

Students interested in public service often gravitate toward majoring in political science, economics and sociology, but the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy’s new major shows these students a different path that can help them reach this career goal. The school added …

From undecided majors and career options to organization and time management, college undergraduates often find themselves caught in a cobweb of predicaments. Undergraduate Academic Affairs, campus deans and the Division of Academic Engagement and Programming organized “Rutgers Professors Reveal the Secrets to Success at RU,” …

During last year’s Rutgers University Dance Marathon, head football coach Kyle Flood commented to staff that the venue was a little crowded. That comment led to big news, as RUDM officially announced last night they will be moving the event to the Louis Brown Athletic …

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