Rutgers-Newark leaders and students met with dignitaries from Cuba to discuss expanding opportunities for cultural and intellectual exchange through travel.
Two Rutgers-Newark students joined peers from across the U.S. at a White House event celebrating National First Generation College Day.
Five Rutgers University–Newark undergraduates received quite an honor this summer when their short films screened alongside features from veteran filmmakers as part of the 8th annual Newark International Film Festival (NIFF).
Ana Montiero was inspired to merge her artistic endeavors and academic interests early on at RU-N after taking an EcoArt class with Alexandra Chang and a Film and Colonialism class with Jon Cowans, who directs RU-N's Film Studies minor.
Jacob Gradaille, a Video Production major and Film Studies minor at Rutgers University–Newark, grew up in the city’s North Ward, the youngest of three children born to immigrant parents from Cuba and Peru. Education looms large in the family: His aunts, uncles and siblings all have bachelor’s degrees, and his mother recently received her undergraduate degree from RU-N's School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA).