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

Few food items are as synonymous with Americana as the hamburger. The simple sandwich of ground beef nestled between two buns has effectively aligned itself with American culture, ultimately evolving into an edible icon cherished by the hungry masses. Since it first gained popularity, the …

To kick off Good Morning America’s “College Week,” the Rutgers cheerleading team showed the country their Scarlet Knight spirit Monday morning by performing side by side with pop idol Lady Gaga. When 12 members of the all-girls team and 9 members of the co-ed team …

Ever since AMC’s “Breaking Bad” took off, so has RJ Mitte’s career. Mitte, who plays Walt Jr. on the hit series, has coped with cerebral palsy his whole life and now uses his fame to advocate for disabilities awareness and acceptance for all. Before hundreds …

The University now has a competitive edge when it comes to recruiting students for the business program with yesterday’s opening of the Business School building. The ceremony featured food from the various Livingston campus eateries, as well as prize giveaways to celebrate the building’s opening. …

In a small, crowded room in the Busch Campus Center, Cecile Richards, president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America endorsed Newark Mayor Cory Booker for the United States Senate. “One in five women in this country have come to Planned Parenthood for health care …

Rarely are the missions of Rutgers students caught on film. But in 2009, three engineering students had their story archived by the Rutgers Film Bureau, immersing viewers in their experience abroad. Now the film documenting their mission has been nominated for a Mid-Atlantic Emmy.   …

Ever wanted to chuck an iPhone higher in the air than anyone’s chucked an iPhone before? Well, fortunately — or perhaps unfortunately — there’s an app for that, and it’s named for exactly what it does: Phonesmash. At the Greylock Partners Hackfest in San Francisco …

Robert Trivers, a professor in the Department of Anthropology, received a five-month ban from campus beginning April 2012 for initiating what colleague Lee Cronk called a violent confrontation. Trivers co-published an article in the publication “Nature,” detailing how sexual assault on Jamaicans is the result …

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