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Numbers play a major role in Victor Castaneda's life ―Victor Castaneda, College of Arts and Sciences,
Class of 2012
A 30-year-old Rutgers undergraduate excels both in class and in a medical school laboratory.
Her first night on the Kenyan Mugie Ranch, Heather D’Angelo heard an unsettling roar outside of her tent. She waited for growls to become faint as she sat paralyzed and muted by fear.
In an era of intensifying calls and increasing stakes for colleges and universities to increase graduation rates overall and shrink the black/white graduation gap, The Education Trust has issued a powerful statement affi
In a year in which he became the first Rutgers University-Newark student-athlete to win the New Jersey Athletic Conference crown in the hammer throw, rising junior
A group of Rutgers students spent four weeks this summer experiencing the complexities of life in Cuba – a country with an underdeveloped economy but highly effective health care system.