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When the Middlesex County Court indicted Dharun Ravi with
invasion of privacy and tampering with evidence, family of the late
first-year student Tyler Clementi said the justice system needed to
prove whether the 15 counts are true so that accountability could
be established under law.
In the six months since the death of Tyler Clementi, students at
the University experienced the effects of tragedy firsthand. Still,
some students find that coping also means moving forward.
A University Senate report from 2005, conducted by the Committee
on Instruction, Curricula and Advising, indicates Sakai quickly
advanced from a prototype to its current colloquial standing at the
As Gov. Chris Christie completed his first year as the governor
of New Jersey yesterday, members of the University community
reflected on his growth and transformation into a leader of the
The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Development, Relief
and Education for Alien Minors Act Wednesday night, bringing
children of illegal immigrants one step closer to obtaining
citizenship and an education.
The Rutgers University Student Assembly has increased the amount
of student organizations fundraising in the meal sign-away program
per semester starting spring 2011 in an effort to increase the
ability for groups to raise money for a good cause.
Three students in the University's Center for Supply Chain
Management proved victorious at a competition in Arizona over the
weekend, beating out top-ranked programs to bring back the first
award for the new program at the University.
Although the state's economic climate remains dry, a student
organization at the University received a $100,000 grant for their
effort to keep children in rural African schools both physically
and mentally hydrated.
Although Rutgers University Student Assembly President Yousef
Saleh commended the assembly's unity during his State of the
Assembly address, an internal schism over the distribution of
funding created a division among members.
In an effort to increase cohesion in a newly developed student
government, Rutgers University Student Assembly President Yousef
Saleh took time to show members how far the organization has
For students who would rather send e-mail through their Gmail
account instead of Eden, the University may have what they're
looking for, and it's closer to implementing it.
Although some University students came to donate blood yesterday
at the second Every Drop Counts blood drive, many others just gave
As enrollment numbers increase steadily year after year, the
University is turning to online courses to continue providing a
quality education while dealing with a budget crisis.
With many N.J. citizens seeking a cure for the ill condition of
the state's budget, some say reforming the current liquor license
system is a good place to start.
In an effort to shed light on the University's budgetary
situation, a panel of Rutgers University Student Assembly members
addressed financial concerns a college student may have.
Some members of the Rutgers University Student Assembly are
questioning the process and efficiency of the meal sign-away
program, following Thursday night's meeting when a charitable
organization for the program was picked.
The Rutgers University Student Assembly yesterday chose the next
charitable organization to receive fundraising benefits from the
meal sign-away program.
As people across the country celebrate Veterans Day, the
University is taking strides to enhance its resources for the men
and women who served our country.
Whether it is to dispute an off-campus housing lease or
desireing representation in court, the University is offering an
outlet for students to address any of their legal concerns with a
service that is, for the most part, free of charge.
The Rutgers University Student Assembly is in the process of
creating an ad-hoc committee on student privacy, claiming many
students are unaware of both University and residential life