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Students in the Field: Lending Hands to Living Shorelines

The next generation of conservationists are getting a head-start in environmental stewardship thanks to Project PORTS — Promoting Oyster Restoration Through Schools, an education and community-based oyster restoration program supported by… 808 more words


Rutgers University Speech

An honorary degree recipient stupefies Rutgers
By Jeannie DeAngelis

Barack Obama recently “accepted” an invitation to be the “keynote” speaker at Rutgers University’s commencement.

After gracing the podium with the… 1,476 more words


Rutgers pays $300K to former Mike Rice player Derrick Randall

Rutgers University has settled a lawsuit with former men’s basketball player Derrick Randall for $300,000.

Randall filed the suit in 2013, eight months after the university fired basketball coach Mike Rice’s for mistreating his players. 204 more words


Hail To The Chief: President Obama Delivers the Rutgers University Commencement Address In New Jersey

On a tarmac in Newark Liberty International Airport, the media is gathered for the arrival of our Commander and Chief, our President of the United States, President Barack Obama. 744 more words

The Day And The Life Of Nerisa Eugenia Waterman

Cory Booker, Yes! Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, For Sure! They Spoke, Listened & Walked! #BigTimeUniversity

This production of “Wise-up Wednesdays” Blogcast by Douette ‘Doc’ Cunningham is a presentation in “social media entertainment from the groove-track of life!” #WUWECAST

LOL Tube – Got Funny?  681 more words


"The Enthusiastic Embrace Of Ignorance": It’s Not Cool To Not Know What You’re Talking About

President Obama delivered a powerful commencement address at Rutgers University over the weekend, taking some time to celebrate knowledge and intellectual pursuits. “Facts, evidence, reason, logic, an understanding of science – these are good things,” … 413 more words


Voices: Obama's welcome support for free speech on campus

Much of the attention to President Obama’s commencement speech at Rutgers University on Sunday understandably focused on his not-really-veiled assault on Donald Trump and, more broadly, know-nothingism in general. 919 more words