Rutgers, Before the Leaves Drop.

Rutgers is beautiful all year long, but is especially stunning during the fall months. Check out our photo essay featuring some of the most colorful places around campus.

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Hidden in Plain Sight: The CAVE

You’ve probably been to Hill Center many times, but have you ever been to the CAVE? If you venture down a hallway of the second floor of Hill Center, you’ll find an abundant amount of resources and a bustling community of students.

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Hidden In Plain Sight: The Writer’s House

The Writer’s House, nestled within Murray Hall, is one of College Avenue’s best kept secrets. Most students find it by accident, but once they do, they keep coming back for it’s warmth and pin-drop silence.

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Rutgers, WHILE YOU SLEEP

When the sun sets and the moon rises, most people prepare to shut down. However, there are those who find the night more alive and start their “daily” grind in the hours when most people are asleep. Rutgers, WHILE YOU SLEEP showcases photos around the Rutgers campuses during nighttime. A time where some of us fail…

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Hidden in Plain Sight: Rutgers Ecological Preserve

The Rutgers Ecological Preserve is one of the largest forests in New Jersey. The expansive preserve, spanning 316 acres, features numerous fresh water streams that feed into the Raritan River and houses numerous hiking and biking trails for the public to enjoy. For stressed college students, the Rutgers Ecological Preserve offers a quiet, peaceful alternative to the urban bustle of New…

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Hidden in Plain Sight: Zimmerli Art Museum

While many students may mistake the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum for an ordinary academic building, it is, in fact, one of the largest and most distinguished university-based museums in the nation. In addition to exhibiting over 60,000 diverse, world-class art installations, it offers special programs such as lectures, concerts, workshops, and gallery tours to visitors.…

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Hidden in Plain Sight: Cook Farm

Paying a visit to the Rutgers Farm on Cook Campus is an item that should be on every Rutgers student’s bucket list.  It is a great place to spend a Sunday afternoon when you have some free time. Whether you’re coming from Livingston, Busch, College Avenue, or Cook/Douglass Campus, it is only a quick walk or…

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Scarlet Lore: Passion Puddle

Did you know that when certain Rutgers students walk around Passion Puddle together three times, they are supposed to live happily ever after? Or so legend has it. Zack Morrison discusses the origins of this myth and more on this episode of Scarlet Lore.

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Scarlet Lore: The Sacred Path

Join Zack Morrison as he explores the history and traditions of Rutgers University that you never knew existed. For this segment, Zack explores the tradition behind the Sacred Path. Back in 1919, the first class of Douglass College first-year students were not allowed to walk on the walkway between George Street and College Hall. This restriction would…

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A Stroll Through Rutgers Gardens

Take a break from the hustle and bustle of city life to appreciate a little bit of nature at Rutgers Gardens. If you haven’t been to Rutgers Gardens, it’s about time you go check it out. You have to take a car to get there, but it’s worth the trip. Not only are there beautiful…

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