By Lauren Brown— Photographs of The Beatles, Neil Diamond, and The Beach Boys cover the New York studio of superstar radio disc jockey Cousin Brucie.
By Satinder Kaur Bawa— Victoria Natenzon, who graduated J/MS in January, dreamed of being a princess as a child. But today, she does something she loves even more.
Masrsha Bergman, the almost legendary administrator of the Department of Journalism and Media Studies, retired after 35 years. Rutgers will miss its adviser, friend — and heart of J/MS
By Kimberly Yang— The Journalism and Media Studies Department is home to a “qualitative and quantitative scholarly platform,” archiving what is one of the most comprehensive collections of information about the Latino culture in the …
By Vanessa Pinto— While most people consider the Rutgers Journalism and Media Studies Department as the jumpstart to their career, Rick Warner takes a reverse approach. Instead, he has chosen to work at J/MS following …
By Jessica Jutkiewicz— You never know who you are going to meet in a J/MS class.
One casualty in the wake of the Rutgers men’s basketball scandal this spring involving Coach Mike Rice was Rutgers’ well-liked Athletic Director, Tim Pernetti,
By Elizabeth Walter — Recent efforts to legalize sports betting in New Jersey have been a hot topic around the Garden State.
By Linka Torsleff — Any Google expedition in search of alumnus David Gaffen, J/MS 1995, will quickly lead you to the 39-year-old’s Twitter account.
Dina Long, a 1996 graduate of Rutgers’ Department of Journalism and Media Studies department, describes the devastation of Hurricane Sandy and muses about the job of being a part-time mayor.
Brian DeNicola,a graduate of the Journalism and Media Studies program at Rutgers, has an exciting job as the sound engineer for Cousin Brucie, the famous disk jockey. Lauren Brown reports.