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Rutgers Engineers Are Developing a Breathalyzer Test for COVID-19

As vaccines continue to be administered and restrictions ease across the country, researchers are not resting when it comes to developing novel technologies for our […]

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NextHealth PHL

Rutgers Scientists Have Developed a Rapid Test That Detects COVID-19 Variants

Since late last year, new variants of SARS-CoV-2 have been identified circulating across the globe. While variants are expected when it comes to coronaviruses, these […]

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City Life

Penn, Temple Climb in U.S. News 2018 Grad Program Rankings

U.S. News and World Report has released its 2018 graduate program rankings, and several universities in and around Philadelphia have climbed up the list. 

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WATCH: Bon Jovi Debuts New Song at Rutgers-Camden Graduation

Bon Jovi performs a song he wrote for the #RutgersCamdenClassOf2015 https://t.co/N9DlRSIPhy — Rutgers–Camden (@Rutgers_Camden) May 21, 2015 Jersey-born rocker Bon Jovi was presented an honorary […]

City Life

Q&A: Rutgers Law Prof Who Says Pedophilia Is Not a Crime

Margo Kaplan is not very popular today. In the Monday edition of the New York Times, the Rutgers-Camden law professor, an NYU and Harvard graduate, […]

City Life

Paralyzed Rutgers Player Will Speak at Commencement

Rutgers graduation planning has become an embarrassment to the university. First, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was invited to speak — but she backed […]

City Life

Eric LeGrand, Paralyzed Ex-Rutgers Football Player, ‘Hurt’ by Commencement Decision

UPDATE: Rutgers has released a statement from president Robert Barchi: “Eric LeGrand will speak at our Commencement and personally receive his degree from me as […]

City Life

Rutgers-Camden Names New Chancellor

Phoebe Haddon,  the dean of the University of Maryland law school, has been named the new chancellor at Rutgers-Camden. She’ll start her term in New […]

City Life

Rutgers Profs Protest Condi Rice As Graduation Speaker

At NewsWorks, Chris Satullo notes that profs at Rutgers’ New Brunswick and Newark campuses are protesting the decision to host Condoleezza Rice, George W. Bush’s […]

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Rutgers Offering a Course on Beyonce

According to CBS, Rutgers’ University‘s Department of Women’s and Gender Studies is offering a course called “Politicizing Beyoncé.” Here’s a little more info before you drop […]

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The 2013 Rutgers/LEAP Alfredo Santiago Endowed Scholarship Fundraising Gala

On Friday, December 13th, at the Curtis Center, the Rutgers/LEAP Alfredo Santiago Endowed Scholarship held its fundraising gala. The gala is an annual event that […]

City Life

Rutgers-Camden Law School Penalized

Rutgers-Camden Law School, which already suffers from a bit of reputational lag, won’t be looking much better after today’s news. The school has been fined […]

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Does Rutgers Dean Jacquelyn Litt Hate Lesbians?

That’s what former Rutgers employee—and current lesbian—Laura Federico, alleges in a suit against the university: Laura Federico, who is a lesbian, claims she was fired […]

City Life

Rutgers’ Mike Rice Still Coaching…12-Year-Old Girls

Since being fired from Rutgers for verbally and physically abusing his players, Mike Rice has kept busy coaching his daughter’s AAU team of 12-year-old girls. […]

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Add Extortion To The List Of Troubles At Rutgers University

AP reports that the former Rutgers University assistant basketball coach—the one who leaked the video of then-head-coach Mike Rice cursing and abusing his players—is now […]