Today, The Daily Targum marks its 145th anniversary since it began appearing as a monthly newspaper and literary magazine in 1869. In its 145 years, this newspaper has undergone numerous significant changes such as becoming a weekly publication in 1891, becoming a daily publication in 1956 and especially declaring its independence from Rutgers in 1980. Since its independence, The Daily Targum has been a continuous and steady source of news for Rutgers as it has strived to stay current with the ever-changing media landscape. From covering the first college football game, where Rutgers beat Princeton University 6-4, and documenting rallies against the Vietnam war, to following the South African divestment movement in New Jersey, The Daily Targum has taken an active role in documenting the stories of students at Rutgers University for nearly half of the University’s existence. As the 145th editorial board, we would like to extend our thanks to the Rutgers and New Brunswick community for your continued readership and enthusiasm for picking up The Daily Targum and checking us out online every day.