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On Wednesday, University President Robert L. Barchi announced that the University will change its policy on investigating sexual harassment complaints following an NJ Advance Media report that Rutgers had set expiration dates on older complaints.
Rutgers is among the latest of institutions across the nation affected by the Senate’s inability to confirm or deny Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and the sexual misconduct allegations made against him by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford.
A small group of people led a demonstration outside of the Livingston Student Center yesterday, directing controversial messages to various groups and holding signs with statements such as “Homos go to Hell," “Muslims are going to hell” and “Lesbos can’t raise kids.”
A Rutgers University graduate and an alumnus of The Daily Targum, Michael Lotito, died surrounded by his family on Monday, Oct. 1, after a prolonged battle with lymphoma. He was 57 years old.
Rutgers President Robert L. Barchi announced that he and his team have been working with their counterparts at Princeton University to explore further opportunities for collaboration in his Report to the University Senate on Sept. 21.
For many students, an internship is a great way to gain relevant work experience that opens doors down the road. Rutgers University Career Services (UCS) provides students with the opportunity now to seek internships and employment opportunities during their time at Rutgers from vetted employers and organizations.
The Rutgers University Programming Association (RUPA) announced that Aminé will be the artist featured at this year’s Beats on the Banks festival.
On the verge of uncovering new life, two Rutgers researchers are in need of an artifact once housed within a 200-year-old Brazilian museum engulfed by flames earlier this year.
Rutgers is celebrating the 50th anniversary of New Jersey’s Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) this week by hosting a commemoration ceremony, TED talks from EOF alumni and a celebration dinner.
A Rutgers-led study found that certain green algae are expected to better survive climate change compared to others due to genes they stole from bacteria.
As the director of the Women’s Health Institute at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (RWJMS), Gloria Bachmann has done work to advocate for the rights of women and members of the LGBTQ community in the medical world.
When Olympic fencer Katharine Holmes was a sophomore at Princeton University, she suffered from a concussion that landed her in the hospital.
After 42 years of working in Rutgers Dining Services, Aida Jane Doolittle is retiring this February, proudly brandishing bachelor’s degrees in sociology and labor relations that she has been working toward since 2005.
A Rutgers student died Friday night after being struck by a car in downtown New Brunswick on George Street near Albany and Somerset streets.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded approximately $6.6 million to Rutgers as part of a $220 million contract to a coalition of universities this week in an effort to carry out the foundation’s Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI).
Students enrolled in the forensic pathology program at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School (NJMS) in Newark now have access to new learning opportunities through the Bergen County Medical Examiner’s Office.
Rutgers continues to develop and implement the goals outlined in its 2030 plan, which includes green energy, changes to transportation and hopeful improvements to the quality of college life for both students and faculty, according to the introduction of the proposal’s report.
Located at 125 Paterson St. New Brunswick, NJ, the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Clinical Academic Building is now host to a new surgical care practice for children.
University President Robert L. Barchi has announced that $2 million will be donated to support tuition assistance grants, emergency assistance and student-based food pantries through 2020 as his administration considers new strategies to address students' financial needs.
In October, Rutgers Athletics will host MidKnight Madness — a free event exclusive to Rutgers—New Brunswick undergraduate students that will feature a performance by A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and 3-point and dunk contests with the Rutgers basketball teams.