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May 6, 2020
Alumni and donors donated more than $250,000 for student emergency funds and COVID-19 research on Tuesday, March 5 as part of a global effort to fight COVID-19.
Cailly Simpson RLAW'20 is getting her a law degree this month because she wanted to do more to assist her patients. Yet when the pandemic struck, she knew she had to return to nursing to help.
Dr. Carlos Remolina SASN ’73 has been on the frontlines of the pandemic since March, working seven days a week at two hospitals while coordinating care across northern New Jersey.
President Bob Barchi's letter to alumni addressing the events of recent weeks—most especially the chilling death of George Floyd at the hands of police officers in Minneapolis on Memorial Day.
Strong Rutgers ties sustain memories of a beloved friend—and make a difference for future students. A member of the Class of 1980 tells the story.
As San Francisco State’s new president, Lynn Mahoney steers the university through conflict, budget cuts, and, now, a pandemic.
Four documentaries with all-too-real stories that are much better than fiction.
A journalist reveals how her ex-husband—a highly educated, affluent partner at a California law firm—struggled with a secret opioid addiction that took his life.
Remembering General Frederick “Fritz” Kroesen Jr., 1923–2020.
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