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October 2, 2019
Because of limited financial resources, a growing number of Rutgers undergraduates are either unable to complete their degrees or are finishing college with burdensome debt.
Veteran and Rutgers alumnus James Negri became an award-winning graphic designer after serving as a combat engineer with the U.S. Marines.
A recent graduate of Rutgers University–Camden reflects on her adopted city’s deep commitment to civic engagement and the positive impact she strives to make on others’ lives.
Tanya Kersey, a Rutgers alumna and founder of the Hollywood Black Film Festival (HBFF), passed away in July at age 61.
Alumnus Jonathan Ullman presides over a popular destination in Las Vegas, where details of the battle between organized crime and law enforcement can be discovered.
Hired as a Rutgers staff custodian in 2009, Rudy Peralta hopes his story of perseverance and success inspires others to find an entry point into higher education.
Alumni Armando Alfonso and Frank McLaughlin helped create the Cramer Hill Waterfront Park on an abandoned Camden landfill.
Wai Kin Chan was pursuing the latest in a series of undergraduate degrees when the Hong Kong native chose to volunteer at Camden vaccination sites and nearby health clinics during the pandemic.
After Alumnus Greg Besner and his wife went on TV’s Shark Tank, interest in their Sunflow Chair exploded.
New provost and executive vice chancellor of Rutgers Newark champions urban development, entrepreneurship, sustainability, and inclusive innovation and technology as the keys to social change.
Rebecca Potosky is living her dream, caring for the animals at the Rutgers Farm and sharing her passion with School of Environmental and Biological Sciences students.