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Does Privacy Still Exist in the Modern Information Age? RU-Newark Asks That Question As It Marks Constitution Day Sept. 29

Each year, Rutgers University-Newark celebrates the U.S.  government's founding document with Constitution Day. Tomorrow, Sept. 29,  distinguished constitutional scholar Ronald K.


Oct. 18 - Dec. 13 Exhibition in Newark Will Celebrate the Intersecting Roles of African Americans, Jews and Jazz

The Rutgers Institute of Jazz Studies and the John Cotton Dana Library of Rutgers University-Newark are collaborating with Newark cultural and community organizations to chronicle the interactions that occurred between J


Third Latin@ Arts Festival Is Set To Inspire on Wednesday, Oct.14

Where can you hear a stellar all-women's mariachi band led by a Puerto Rican–raised Dominican-Mexican singer; a rising star of progressive hip-hop born in Colombia; and the legendary artist-activist Felipe Luciano,


Newark Colleges Will Team Up To Perform World Premiere of "Numbers," Other Works This Fall

The world premiere of a ripped-from-the-headlines Spanish drama will highlight the fall 2015 theater season for the Rutgers/NJIT Theatre Program, a successful, decades-long theatrical partnership between Rutgers Universi