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Found Objects Transform Modern Dance at Rutgers University in Newark on March 26

Trash cans….pogo sticks…discarded soda bottles.


Groundbreaking Psychologist Jay Rosenblatt Dies at 90; Pioneered Research in Maternal Behavior, Learning Processes

Dr. Jay S. Rosenblatt, credited as one of the first researchers to reveal that learning takes place within the first few days of life in mammals, died on Feb.


Women’s History Month Program Highlights Five-Day International Film Festival

Free Screenings – Wednesday, March 4 – Saturday, March 8, 2014

Women In Media-Newark will celebrate Women’s History Month with its fifth annual Film Festival on March 4 through March 8.  The theme of the festival


Celebrating Black History Month

As Americans celebrate the accomplishments of African-Americans during Black History Month, Rutgers University-Newark can take a special place in the festivities.


Dr. Clement Price Named Newark’s Official City Historian

Dr. Clement A. Price, Rutgers Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor of History, has been appointed the City of Newark’s official historian by Mayor Luis Quintana.