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Art Professor, Students Will Spearhead Glass Books Exhibition Based on African-American Oral History Collection

Photo information: Provisions, Nick Kline & Adrienne Wheeler with Endless Editions and Rutgers University-Newark Book Arts Students, from GlassBook Project #10. (18)


The Victimization Quandry: To Help Victims We Have To Stop Blaming Them – But How Do We Do That?

A woman is brutally assaulted, but rather than receiving the sympathy she deserves, she is blamed.  If she had dressed differently or acted differently, or made wiser choices, others say, she would have been spared her o


Music Professor, Conductor John Floreen Will Lead Final Rutgers Concert May 3

A 36-year era in Rutgers music will come to a close May 3 when Dr. John Eric Floreen conducts the Rutgers University Chorus in its 2015 spring concert.


Rutgers University-Newark’s Influence on Local Arts Scene Is Reflected in Gateway Project Gallery and Its Opening Exhibition, “Color Polemics”

For decades the visual and performing arts have flourished at Rutgers University-Newark, and the planned opening of Express Newark arts collaboration next year will further anchor RU-N as a catalyst of culture in its hom


It’s Hail and Farewell to the 2,900 Members of the Class of 2015 in Ceremonies on May 16, 18 and 22

Mellon Foundation President Earl Lewis Will Address Joint Convocation on May 18

On Monday, May 18, Newark’s Prudential Center will again host a multi-school commencement ceremony for gra