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Piano Helps Autistic Children Find Their Voices

Rutgers instructor Karen Kowalski teaches piano as a form of therapy for children with special needs. Watch our video and meet two children who have made great strides at the keyboard and beyond.

Riding a Bike at Rutgers Just Got Easier

Rutgers is becoming more bike friendly by expanding its bike rental program and installing new bike lockers and repair stations around the campuses. The prog.

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The Science Behind Breakfast

Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day? Find out what research reveals about those who eat breakfast and learn about the most important chara.

RU Speaks: Are You Worried About Ebola?

Many Rutgers students say the media is overplaying the threat posed by Ebola, but others are concerned about the widespread outbreak in Africa and the threat.

RU Speaks: Why Do You Take Selfies?

Is it narcissism or a chance to show off your inner beauty? Rutgers students share their reas.

Quidditch Team Brings Fantasy World to Rutgers

Rutgers students have turned fantasy into reality. Watch the Rutgers Quidditch team play the Wizarding World's favorite game and learn more about this unique.

Tom Stratton left college to play drums and guitar, touring Asia, Australia and throughout the United States. Ten years later he is still earning high praise for his work, though not as a musician.

Tom Stratton, Rutgers undergraduate, excels both in class and in a medical school laboratory.

A new group for LGBTQ students and allies at #Rutgers School of Dental Medicine is part of a growing trend.

A new group for LGBTQ students and allies at School of Dental Medicine is part of a growing trend.

Pope Francis commended students from 22 countries for their scientific collaboration, calling their work "a fitting and effective means for promoting peace and justice."

Pope Francis commended students from 22 countries for their scientific collaboration, calling their work "a fitting and effective means for promoting peace and justice.

#Rutgers School of Law–Newark Alumni Association will recognize the achievements of Mary Beth Hogan, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP; the Honorable Esther Salas, U.S.

School of Law–Newark Alumni Association will recognize the achievements of Mary Beth Hogan, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP; the Honorable Esther Salas, U.

RU-N expert can comment on behaviors associated with hazing, bullying.

Rutgers University Department of Psychology Newark offers BS in all fields of psychology and a Ph.

Changes in how teachers are taught will include new collaborations with Liberty Sciences Center, Jersey City schools.

Changes in how teachers are taught will include new collaborations with Liberty Sciences Center, Jersey City schools.

"Often we’re so blinded that we think that American medical programs are the best, but they’re actually not. I really want to go to Africa and study witch doctors. I think that natural medicine has a lot of potential in it." Evelyn Abramson, Sophomore

"Often we’re so blinded that we think that American medical programs are the best, but they’re actually not. I really want to go to Africa and study witch doctors. I think that natural medicine has a lot of potential in it.

"I attended a Byrne Seminar with Dr. Olaf Jensen. It covered fisheries and we got to go to the Raritan River ourselves and find out more about his research. It was the main thing that got me into ecology. Just by going to the seminar, I think I realized what part of biology I love, and that’s the living organisms versus molecules and DNA, which are important but not what interests me." Pooja Pathak, Sophomore

"I attended a Byrne Seminar with Dr. Olaf Jensen. It covered fisheries and we got to go to the Raritan River ourselves and find out more about his research. It was the main thing that got me into ecology. Just by going to the seminar, I think I realized what part of biology I love, and that’s the living organisms versus molecules and DNA, which are important but not what interests me." Pooja Pathak, Sophomore