Colleges

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

With every touchdown by the Scarlet Knights, the Highpoint Solutions Stadium on Busch campus comes alive with cheers from Rutgers students and alumni. The brothers of the Sigma Pi fraternity decided to provide another meaning to touchdowns. Members of the Gamma-Eta chapter of the fraternity …

Nancy Kranich, along with other librarians at the university and nationwide, is starting a revolution. Kranich, a part time lecturer in the School of Communication and Information, led a discussion called “Privacy Conversation Forum,” yesterday at Alexander Library on the College Avenue campus. The conversation …

Anne Newman, the director of Student Conduct, spoke at the Rutgers University Student Assembly meeting last night about new code of conduct, the Off-Campus Task Force and future plans to coordinate with students on issues surrounding student conduct. She said the Office of Student Conduct …

Victims of domestic violence will soon be able to seek permanent and affordable housing at the First Reformed Church in New Brunswick. The four-story church will be renovated to include 10 apartment units, called Dina’s Dwellings,  for the victims, said Susan Kramer-Mills, executive director of …

Along with new apartments, new businesses and new buildings, Livingston campus has acquired new technology for modeling and creating objects — using only a printer. The Rutgers Makerspace club, formerly known as the 3-D Printing Club meets every Tuesday evening at 35 Berrue Circle, Piscataway …

Slowly but surely, trees are dying across the Rutgers-New Brunswick campus. Diseases that are either untreatable or left untreated are compromising the health of a large number of trees on campus. “Nobody has a firm count, we lose a few every year and we will …

Being at Rutgers triggers a particular memory for author Geoff Dyer. As he spoke last night in the Multipurpose Room of the Rutgers Student Center, he remembered visiting the University in 1989, where he rummaged through the Institute of Jazz Studies’ collections without a clear …

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