Exhibitions, annual showing of the Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper, and a variety of juried and thesis exhibitions curated by visual arts students at Mason Gross. Events are always being added, so be sure to call often.
All exhibitions are free and open to the public. The gallery is open M-F, 10am - 4pm, and by appointment by calling (732) 932-2222 x798.
85 George Street, New Brunswick, NJ
A nice street in a student neighborhood. A part of town is completely populated by students in every house! Don't expect to get much sleep in this area, although it is really nice in the summer when everyone is out barbecuing on their front porch and drinking beers!
The Rutgers Film Co-op/NJMAC is dedicated to the non-commercial exhibition of independent, classic, international, and experimental films/videos via the NJ International Film Festival, the NJ Film Festival, and the US Super 8 Film/Video Festival.
018 Loree Building - Douglass Campus
72 Lipman Drive, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Rutgers is presently ranked #18 in lacrosse... a fast moving sport that has elements in common with football and hockey. It was developed by American Indians who battled sometimes 100 warriors per side per tribe...untill the last man was alive. Theyve scaled it down a bit...actually has rules and stuff LOL
Here is a picture of some FANatical football fans. While the football team has fallen on hard times, the baseball team was top #20, mens soccer ranked 8th, the mens basketball team made the NIT Tournement and the womens basketball team made the FINAL FOUR of the NCCA Tourney.BUT both the football team and the basketball team are perpetual BIG EAST celler dwellers. It a RUTGERS tradition I guess.
Rutgers University was established in 1776, and had the first college newspaper, for which I write a column.
This is a picture of the halftime ceremonies enroute to a 59-0 drubbing of the University of Buffalo on 9/9/00.