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Featured Collection

Medicare, a health insurance program for people 65 and older, was signed into law in July 1965. This photograph from the Senator Harrison A. Williams Jr. Collection shows an expression of gratitude from members of Williams's constituency for his efforts on behalf of this program that would help ensure them access to affordable medical treatment. Medicare represents one of the many "Great Society" goals that Williams worked towards during his time in the Senate. 

The Williams Collection is held by Special Collections and University Archives and is featured in the "Crossroads: Harrison Williams and the Great Society Liberalism, 1959–1981" digital exhibition 

 

Institutional Repository (RUcore)

Quilt created by The Varina Quilters, donated to The Voices of September 11Rutgers Reflects brings together the scholarship produced at Rutgers that relates to the events of September 11, 2001, and to the effects that day have had on our teaching, learning, and living. Click on the image to learn more. Quilt created by The Varina Quilters, donated to The Voices of September 11

Spotlights

Pamela Hargwood, Information and Education Librarian at Robert Wood Johnson Library of the Health Sciences, provides research assistance to pediatric residents at the Bristol-Myers Squibb Children's Hospital, New Brunswick.

Pamela Hargwood, Librarian at Robert Wood Johnson Library, assists pediatric residents

Scarlet Knight Days event at the Stephen and Lucy Chang Science Library, Cook campus, on September 4th.

Scarlet Knight Days event at the Stephen & Lucy Chang Science Library

Art librarian Megan Lotts poses outside the Art library during Scarlet Knights Days

Art librarian Megan Lotts poses outside the Art library during Scarlet Knights Days

Scarlet Knight Events: Lego Playing Station at the Art Library, College Ave. campus

Scarlet Knight Events: Lego Playing Station at the Art Library, College Ave. campus

Scarlet Knight Events: Lego Playing Station at the Art Library, College Ave. campus

Scarlet Knight Events: Lego Playing Station at the Art Library, College Ave. campus