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From intake appointments to individual and group therapy sessions, Rutgers students made roughly 30,000 visits to the counseling centers on campus last year.In the face of this steadily increasing number, however, it has come to light that the University may not be capable of offering comprehensive long-term support to every student that needs it.University President Robert L.
Rutgers authorities are currently investigating an incident involving “criminal sexual contact” that was reported around 4:30 p.m.
In the final hour before former Vice President Joe Biden’s highly anticipated appearance at Rutgers, a series of sexual assault survivors stepped up to the podium to share their stories.The speakers were comprised of both current and former Rutgers students, many of whom had sought help in one capacity or another from the University’s Office of Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance (VPVA).One survivor, whose last name has been omitted, began by recounting her first day on campus at Rutgers.“When my mom said goodbye to me during move-in day two years ago, she told me ‘no matter what, make sure you surround yourself with people you trust and people who keep you safe’. I’m sure she was just being motherly in saying this,” Summer said.
Earlier this month, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced that the Department of Education will rescind the sexual assault guidelines laid out by Title IX.As a new set of protocols are solidified, the processes by which universities handle cases of rape and sexual assault will be turned upside down — but Rutgers’ policy will remain intact, according to University President Robert L.
On Friday night, the Panhellenic Council at Rutgers released a statement on the Sigma Chi investigation, announcing that they will continue raising money for the Children’s Miracle Network while simultaneously cutting all ties to the fraternity.The Panhellenic Council is a governing body that represents a total of 1,000 female Rutgers students from 10 sororities.
Residents were evacuated from The Yard @ College Ave this afternoon after a grease fire on the 12th floor set off the alarms and sprinkler systems — but according to students on the scene, there was a notable gap between the evacuations of the top and the bottom floors.“The sprinkler system activated, causing water to reach lower floors down to the lobby,” said University spokesperson Neal Buccino.
According to multiple sources, the Rutgers chapter of Sigma Chi fraternity was issued a Cease and Desist Order due to alleged infractions of the University policy.Neal Buccino, the assistant director of Public and Media Relations at Rutgers University, provided The Daily Targum with the following statement.“The Office of Student Conduct is investigating Sigma Chi for potential violations of University policy.
Inside the drawing room of the historic Eagleton Institute of Politics, Democratic candidate Phil Murphy greeted a packed room of students, reporters and community members.
University President Robert L.
Every year, Rate My Professors compiles a list of the highest ranked university professors in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.
When polls opened at 6 a.m. today for the New Jersey primaries, it marked the start of this year's first major midterm election.
A Rutgers—Newark student is dead only days before receiving his degree after being involved in a hit-and-run incident, according to NJ Advance Media.Mujahid Henry, a School of Public Affairs and Administration senior, was thrown into parked cars after being hit by a 2007 Ford Escape on East Linden Avenue around 12:30 a.m.
On Thursday, the New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD) arrested 25-year-old Curtis Smith for allegedly breaking a Stone Street residence.
Earlier this month, Rutgers alumna Imbolo Mbue was presented with the prestigious PEN/Faulkner award for her recently published novel, “Behold the Dreamers.”The annual award is among the most highly regarded in literature.
In response to threats of deportation aimed at Rutgers student Carimer Andujar, more than 150 members of the University’s community organized at the American Association of University Professors-American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT) headquarters on Tuesday night to strategize for retaliation.Spilling out of the main room and into the stairwell, the group planned the logistics for two rallies.
On Friday, student organizations dedicated to addressing climate change and sustainability met on the steps of Brower Commons for the annual Rutgers Earth March.The march was organized primarily by Students for Environmental Awareness with the help of other environmentally-focused groups such as Rutgers Veg Society, Rutgers Student Environmental Coalition, RU Progressive, the New Jersey Public Interest Research Group (NJPIRG) and Students for Environmental and Energy Development.Dan Chulak, a School of Environmental and Biological Sciences junior, participated in and promoted the march.
On Thursday, New Brunswick made national headlines after United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) conducted “targeted enforcement action” in the city, detaining at least 10 residents.Individuals were arrested from seven sites, all within the confines of New Brunswick, according to My Central Jersey.
Every year, the Rutgers University Board of Governors holds an open session for students to voice their concerns regarding tuition, fees and housing charges.
Rutgers pays for co-ownership of new cultural centerOn Thursday, the Rutgers Board of Governors unanimously voted to invest $17 million in the creation of the new performing arts center in downtown New Brunswick. The partial ownership will allow for the Mason Gross School of the Arts to expand its curriculum by forming a brand new musical theater program.
Last November, University President Robert Barchi announced that Chancellor Richard L. Edwards will step down after the conclusion of the 2016-17 academic year.