The New Brunswick Community Arts Council, Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University and the Highland Park Arts Commission are proud to announce “Windows of Understanding” a public art installation project that unites local artists, organizations and businesses to promote compassion and awareness around social justice issues in our community. Starting January 15, […]
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College couches, beds and appliances that were once used for post-final exam exhaustion and mac’n cheese attempts found themselves curbside for school’s end. But because of an ongoing partnership between the City of New Brunswick and Rutgers University, those items were collected in an eco-friendly way that has seen its most enthusiastic participation yet. In […]
What better way to celebrate Spring than with graduation ceremonies? But, it’s not just students graduating this time. The Eagleton Institute of Politics recently had a graduation of sorts with the promotion of its Youth Political Participation Program (YPPP) into a full center, now known as the Center for Youth Political Participation (CYPP). Who exactly […]
Rutgers Day is an annual event in which Rutgers University opens all of its campuses to the public to showcase all the university has to offer. The day features of hundreds of free activities, performances, tastings, classes, demonstrations and information sessions all about the programs of the State University of New Jersey.
More information on Rutgers Day is available at http://rutgersday.rutgers.edu.
Have you been looking for a way to stay fit without squeezing the gym into your crazy schedule? Maybe you’re just trying to do your part for the environment by reducing pollution and your commute time? Sometimes, a multi-pronged problem may have a simple, spoke solution. This one only takes pedaling and partnering to fix… […]
The community of McKinley School cut the ribbon on a lush courtyard garden on September 21 in celebration of an innovative science and math program for the students there. Nurture Thru Nature is a partnership program between Rutgers University and New Brunswick Public Schools that is intended to give students a hands-on way to strengthen […]
The Rutgers University Office of Off-Campus Living and Community Partnerships has joined the City’s “Groups Go Green” program to get more recycling bins out into the community. Last week, the office purchased 40 20-gallon recycling bins to be distributed to students during the fall semester. Groups Go Green is a program offered through the New […]
Do you need inspiration for what to do with your garden this summer? Nurture Thru Nature students in our public school district would love to tell you about what they’ve done with theirs. Nurture Thru Nature is a partnership program between Rutgers University and New Brunswick Public Schools that is intended to give students a […]
The Rutgers spring 2016 semester is almost over and it’s time for students to turn in their final papers and clean out their homes before the start of summer! To make sure that bulk waste is disposed of in a responsible manner that also keeps our City streets neat and clean, off-campus students are advised […]
Rutgers University’s annual Rutgers Day is a free annual event in which the University’s doors are thrown open to the public and all that the school has to offer is put on display: its 250-year history, to educational programs, recreation and sports, community programs and a whole lot more.
Rutgers Day takes place across the College Avenue and Cook/Douglass campuses in New Brunswick and Busch campus in Piscataway.
Please click here for more information, including a schedule and listing of participants.