Some things are, in fact, just rocket science.
Rethinking how students interface with education.
A banner year for the Boilermakers.
Power tools, drones, laser cutters, 3D printers, a state-of-the-art VR lab. You know, usual garage stuff.
Two days away from kickoff, I’m sorting through my mail bag on a hot August afternoon, answering your questions and wishing the season would get here quicker. Let’s go!
The BTN bus tour spent Friday morning watching Rutgers’ practice on the school’s Livingston Campus, far from High Point Solutions Stadium. Why? Chris Ash wants to preserve the fields adjacent to the stadium.
The fourth stop on the 2016 BTN bus tour had us at Rutgers practice on Friday morning. See what BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart learned about the Scarlet Knights inside.
New Rutgers coach Chris Ash has work to do after arriving from a gig as defensive coordinator at Ohio State. Good thing his area of specialty is defense, as the
Chris Ash continues to put his stamp on the Rutgers program after taking over for Kyle Flood. Job No. 1: change the culture. Offense? Defense? Special teams? It all needs
Sometimes the smallest things can make big differences. The sway of a bridge or building caused by wind is barely perceptible for most people, for instance, but Ryan Harne sees