Dr. Denise Rodgers discusses the proposed college merger, addressing some of the concerns that have been raised.
Sen. Donald Norcross, a leading sponsor of the plan, says the higher education reorganization will boost the South Jersey Economy and Rutgers' ranking nationwide.
Rutgers professor Daniel Kelemen says the EU as a whole is the number one destination for exports from New Jersey, and if the situation worsens, businesses could be hurt by a lack of consumer ...
Dean of the Bloustein School of Public Policy James Hughes says the economy is on an upward trajectory.
Jobseekers waited in long lines at Rutgers for a chance to come face to face with nearly 200 employers.
Dharun Ravi received a 30-day prison sentence after the judge heard emotional testimonials from family members of Ravi and Tyler Clementi.
Words of wisdom for graduates as they face promise and uncertainty about the future.
A new hurdle for Governor Christie's college merger plan.
On the Rutgers campus in Camden, there is little doubt where people stand on the proposed merger with down-state rival Rowan.
John Hasse, Director of Environmental Studies oat Rowan University, says with fewer housing development projects, open spaces like farmland and forest land are being used up more slowly.
Five years after the Virginia Tech shooting, Sen. Robert Menendez speaks out about legislation that would make schools forfeit 10 percent of federal monies if they don't alert their campuses to ...
Rutgers names its new president and he wades into the merger controversy.
The university’s new president Robert Barchi made it clear up front that, despite having spent the last couple of academic decades in Pennsylvania, he is a Jersey guy.
A controversial parody of a student column that appeared in a satirical school publication has caused a stir on campus, prompting some to call for stricter controls on objectionable speech.
Deborah Jacobs believes an Elmwood Park mural is protected as free speech.