Creighton Drury was part of an inspiring basketball team at Rutgers 25 years ago. Now, he’s leading a team that’s changing the lives of at-risk kids in New York.
Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) pop up in the news fairly often these days.
Ellen Anderson is living proof that answering a call for volunteers can lead to a worldwide movement.
It has been almost two years since Super Storm Sandy devastated the eastern seaboard, but the impact is still painfully apparent. Families and businesses are still trying to rebuild, and Rutgers is working to ensure that the new New Jersey is more resistent and better prepared for the next major storm.
Exavier B. Pope I, Esq. is an award-winning attorney, on air legal analyst, media personality, and Fortune 500 speaker. He has appeared on Fox News Channel, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, CNBC, Al Jazeera America, WGN Morning News, Fox Business Channel, Huff Post Live, CBS 2 News, NBC Chicago News, Clear Channel Stations, NBC Sports Radio, and other radio outlets nationally and internationally. You can follow him on Twitter at @exavierpope.
Students at Rutgers University are studying the relationship between humans and the buildings in which they live.
Priya Shah’s life was stable. She earned a bachelor’s degree in communication and economics from Rutgers in 2011. Out of college, she started work at a marketing firm in New Jersey. For someone who was born in India and immigrated to the United States at age three, the progression of life appeared ideal.
This year, the University of Maryland and Rutgers University join the Big Ten. Each school already has a tradition of living big, with students, faculty and alumni impacting the world with their service and research. As part of BTN LiveBIG share a Solution, student journalists at Maryland and Rutgers have shared some of these solution stories with us. Check them out below. And if you are a Big Ten student, share your solution story with us by April 18th and you may win an inaugural BTN LiveBIG Solutions Journalism Award.