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

After joining the Coursera program last spring, Rutgers will get the ball rolling this November by opening three Coursera courses — “Analyzing the Universe,” “Soul Beliefs: Causes and Consequences” and “The Future of Humankind.” Coursera is a platform that partners with top-tier universities from around …

There’s something strangely addictive about bubble tea. It’s a drink like no other: the combination of a toothsome tea base with chewy tapioca pearls makes for a truly unique beverage. Hot or cold, fruit or milk, liquid or slush, there are so many options. Perhaps …

In an effort to make students more culturally and socially aware, Rutgers, Princeton University and the Integrative Graduate Education Research Traineeship are in their last year of collaboration on the Nanotechnology for Clean Energy project. The Nanotechnology for Clean Energy is one of five IGERTs …

It’s no secret that Rutgers students are saddened by the exodus of the Grease Trucks from their long-term residence at Lot 8. Nevertheless, hungry Scarlet Knights should take this opportunity to experience the new eateries that have recently opened their doors in the city of …

The Old Queens campus is home to the Rutgers Geology Museum, a historical treasure that has been standing since 1872. Last semester, speculation surrounded the fate of the museum, and whether or not it would be restored, renovated or transformed into an auditorium was unclear. …

At 63 years of age, retirement is the last thing on Dr. Brian Strom’s mind. In fact, Strom just signed up for the biggest job of his life. This past July, Strom was announced as the inaugural chancellor of Rutgers Biowwmedical and Health Sciences. Fourteen …

As new and returning students find themselves walking around the College Avenue campus over the next few weeks, months and years, they will notice a changing landscape. Mitchell Broder, president of Construction Management Associates, a New Brunswick based development company, said he and his team …

A sea of first-year and transfer students flooded High Point Solutions Stadium Saturday evening as faculty members and upperclassmen welcomed the class of 2017 to Rutgers University. Aside from speeches from University President Robert L. Barchi, students enjoyed the tunes from the marching band, performances …

While most people watched the MTV Video Music Awards on their TV, Rutgers University student Zack Morrison watched celebrities walk the red carpet through his camera’s viewfinder and the performances from backstage. Morrison, a School of Arts and Sciences senior, found his passion for filmmaking …

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