Renewed Push To For Rutgers To Change Names Of Buildings That Honor Slave OwnersFounded in 1766, Rutgers is the eighth oldest university in the nation. Now there's a renewed push to confront its colonial past.
Former Rutgers Football Star Eric LeGrand Turns 10th Annual 5K Walk Into Virtual EventThe event will be done virtually with participants hitting their neighborhood tracks or trails to complete the distance.
NJ Department Of Corrections Will Test All Inmates, Workers For CoronavirusThe test was developed by Rutgers University.
Coronavirus In New Jersey: State Just Short Of 100,000 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases As Unemployment Claims SoarGov. Murphy stressed "no one will be denied one penny of the benefits they deserve" from unemployment.
Man Shot, Wounded While Walking On Rutgers University CampusA man who was shot and wounded on the Rutgers University campus in New Brunswick was neither a student nor a school employee, authorities said Monday.
Black History Month: First Head Of 2 Medical Schools Calls Out Need For More African-American DoctorsDr. Robert Johnson, the dean of Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in Newark and Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick if the first person in history to lead two medical schools.
Rocker Jon Bon Jovi Opens Kitchen At Rutgers University For Students In Need Of Healthy FoodYou've heard his lyrics, but on Wednesday morning a big New Jersey rock star shared his soulful side in a different way.
Rutgers Names First Black President -- Former Yale Dean Jonathan HollowayTuesday was an historic day at Rutgers University. The school named its first black president, 250 years after the university was established.
Rutgers Poised To Announce Its First Black PresidentGov. Phil Murphy let the cat out of the bag, tweeting that he is pleased the school chose Jonathan Holloway as its next president. 
Rutgers University Playing Big Role In Bringing New Food To MarketThe Rutgers Food Innovation Center guides clients through the production process, from marketing to manufacturing.
New Jersey Researchers Making Strides In The Commercial Growth Of HazelnutsHead to the grocery store for hazelnuts and chances are you won't find them. If you do, they're probably from turkey. But soon they could be "Jersey fresh" for the very first time.