Saturday May 18, 2013
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Hermann is leaving the University of Louisville to become the first woman to serve in this capacity at Rutgers.
Winners of Fulbright grants, Gates scholarships and other awards received President Barchi's kudos.
Rutgers' Zach Morrison missed Leonardo DiCaprio but had other adventures during his trip to the Festival de Cannes.
A performance of fairy tales and fables at Brandywine Senior Living in Princeton bridged the age divide.
Copywriter, computer guru and poet, Tony Gruenewald returns to his alma mater to earn his master's in library science.
Check out the New Jersey International Film Festival open May 31-June 16 featuring 27 screenings and workshops.
Here's everything you need to know about the universitywide Commencement May 19 and the schools' smaller convocations and receptions.
The Zimmerli Art Museum is showcasing prints made with traditional printmaking media and the latest photographic and digital technologies.
The first major U.S. exhibit on Leonid Sokov, noted Soviet era 'nonconformist' artist, runs through July at the Zimmerli.
Stop by the market on Fridays for some organic produce, grass fed beef and chicken, fresh baked pies and other items.
Find out how optical illusions may provide a breakthrough in detecting schizophrenia. Video