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The Rutgers wrestling team had a historic 2018-19 season, witnessing its first two national champions crowned in No. 1 senior 133-pounder Nick Suriano and alumnus 149-pounder Anthony Ashnault. The Scarlet Knights also made a statement by finishing eighth and ninth in the Big Ten Tournament and NCAA Tournament, respectively.
At the Rutgers Board of Governors meeting this week at Winants Hall on the College Avenue campus, a 2.9% increase in undergraduate tuition and fees was approved for the upcoming academic year. The increase is slightly higher than the University's five-year average annual tuition increase of 2.1%.
University President Robert L. Barchi will be stepping down from his position at Rutgers after the upcoming academic year to return as a university professor, he said to the Board of Governors during their meeting today, according to a press release.
Rutgers announced on Friday that it reached a deal with SHI International Corp., a global IT provider, to give it the official naming rights of its 52,454-seat football and women’s lacrosse venue, according to a press release.
Before the Rutgers football team starts up its training camp on July 31, head coach Chris Ash and several student athletes made the trip to the Hilton Chicago for the annual Big Ten Football Media Days.
Rutgers University–New Brunswick held its 253rd commencement exercises at HighPoint.com Stadium on Sunday, celebrating the 18,825 graduates from the Class of 2019, the largest ever in the University’s history.
The Daily Targum failed to pass referendum across the Rutgers–New Brunswick campus for the first time since receiving its independence from the University in 1980, the student-run newspaper announced in a statement on social media last night.
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In his five years as a Scarlet Knight, graduating senior Giovanni Rescigno did not once eat at Brower.
Within the Rutgers Business School (RBS), Blockchain Hub is a new student-run initiative that revolves around educating and training students on blockchain technology, which is a record of data that is not owned by a single entity.
For Anthony Brown, a Rutgers Business School senior soon to graduate from Rutgers–Newark, his biggest inspiration is his father.
Jennifer Meade, School of Arts and Sciences senior majoring in astrophysics, will be stepping on the stage this May after six years in school. In an interview with The Daily Targum, she spoke about switching majors just before graduating two years ago, starting the outreach program for Space Technology Association at Rutgers (STAR) and completing her research thesis for both majors.
Two graduating seniors have spent their last year at Rutgers working at the Eagleton Institute’s Center for Youth Political Participation (CYPP), a program that promotes youth engagement in politics. They will both miss Rutgers, but are looking forward to their plans to go to law school.
After graduation, the Class of 2019 will no longer be centered at Rutgers, but instead scattered around the globe. Some students will be directly entering the workforce, starting new jobs, internships or fellowships. Others will be continuing their education by going to graduate school. Others still may focus on family, relationships or buying a house.
Fae Cushing, a former college dropout who has been sober for 30 years, will deliver this year’s convocation address for the Rutgers School of Health Professions.
The Rutgers men's lacrosse team saw its season end in disaster last night, losing to No. 1 Penn State in an 18-6 blowout at HighPoint.com Stadium.
We cannot simply withdraw into a dark age of disconnection and disengagement. We are no longer just the beneficiaries of the generations before us waiting for a seat at the table, and we are no longer mere bystanders to the political discourse in this country. We are members of the Rutgers community, a microcosm of the world in which we cannot blindly inherit the corrosive trends of our declining direction.
In 2016, Rutgers—New Brunswick produced almost four million pounds of food scraps from all of the campus dining areas combined, said Dorothy Lee, a School of Environmental and Biological Sciences senior and president of RU Compost.
The Rutgers tomato was developed jointly by Rutgers and the Campbell Soup Company.