Jill Stein Visited the Rutgers Student Center on September 17
RU Mason Gross School Hosts Free Series of Family-friendly Events Beginning With a Musical Set in 1940’s New Brunswick
Lecture is part of Confucius Institute’s Fall 2015 Distinguished Lecture Series
Symposium to Include Free Movement Class for Those with Parkinson’s
Conference Focuses on the Four Earliest Writing Systems on Earth
May 20 Deadline For Disposal Program Set Up in Response to Controversial Proposal
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ— While students at Rutgers have been paying $32 for a company to monitor them while they take online tests, the school has revealed that it doesn't have a contract with Verificient Technologies, the makers of the student-monitoring, anti-cheating software ProctorTrack.