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Current disaster protocols, environmentally friendly initiatives of the University's 2030 plan and the future of vetting professionals with a history of sexual misconduct are but a few of the topics Rutgers President Robert L. Barchi spoke on with members of The Daily Targum’s board yesterday.
At approximately 1 p.m., there was a minor fire at Shell gas station on Easton Avenue. The New Brunswick Fire Department (NBFD), the New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD) and emergency medical services were found at the scene.
Twelve students involved in a protest that ensued at last semester’s Board of Governors meeting have received police charges.
Rutgers alumnus Javahn Walker never anticipated his liberal ideologies and economics degree would evolve into a run for New Jersey’s 6th Congressional District.
William Kristol, editor at large of The Weekly Standard, had more than a few words about President Donald J. Trump and the current socio-political climate on Monday night.
Over 400 students have signed a petition urging University President Robert L. Bachi to institutionalize support for student parents at Rutgers.
As a single mother, Anjanette Vaidya, president and founder of Rutgers Students with Children (RSWC), nearly failed out of school. She left Rutgers and upon coming back found that there was not enough being done to provide young single mothers with educational resources.
Students will soon have access to free Wi-Fi across all Rutgers buses.
Yesterday, Chancellor Debasish Dutta emailed members of the community regarding the death of Jungsoo Park, a School of Arts and Sciences senior.
Esder Chong, a Rutgers Business School sophomore at Rutgers—Newark, and Juan Lopez, a senior at Newark’s Science Park High School and apart of Rutgers Future Scholars Program — two Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients — attended the State of the Union address in Washington, D.C.
Yesterday morning, one vehicle crashed into the Alpha Sigma Phi house on the College Avenue.
As states across the country move to expand marijuana legalization, Gov. Phil Murphy’s (D-N.J.) 60-day review of New Jersey’s medical marijuana program brings the Garden State one step closer to its own legalization.
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) signed an executive order on Monday calling for a “full-scale” audit of NJ TRANSIT, addressing the issues surrounding the transport system that Rutgers students rely on to get to nearby cities.
New Jersey joins 26 U.S. states, districts and territories experiencing high rates of influenza-like illness during its most widespread year in more than a decade.
Prior to his transition out of office earlier this week, former Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) announced that Rutgers, among other New Jersey colleges, will receive $5 million to expand campus recovery treatment services.
Rutgers buses were unable to utilize location services this Tuesday leading into yesterday due to a system malfunction.
Yesterday, residents of the Garden State watched as former Goldman and Sachs executive Phil Murphy swore in as New Jersey’s 56th governor.
Rutgers has been named in an online survey that lists personal accounts of sexual assault in academia.
Former Rutgers football player Tejay Johnson pleaded guilty at a court hearing this past Wednesday for home invasions committed in 2015.
Moustafa Ahmed, a School of Engineering junior and Bayonne native, died early Saturday during a car crash in Jersey City, according to a email to members of the University sent by Chancellor Dutta
Tuesday's Board of Trustees meeting ended abruptly when students refused to leave until University President Robert L. Barchi raised student worker minimum wages to $15 an hour.