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Mid-day rain showers could not dampen the spirits of 2018’s graduating class — the largest at Rutgers in more than 250 years.
This Sunday’s commencement ceremony, the eighth to take place at High Point Solutions Stadium, hosted approximately 32,500 attendees and an estimated 18,132 graduates — up from 17,729 last year, according to a press release.
Students that reside in Hardenbergh Hall on the College Avenue campus received an email this morning informing them of a student death.
U.S. Sen. Cory Booker’s (D-N.J.) proposal to pass legislation that requires colleges and universities to play an active role in student civic engagement is reminiscent of efforts taken by Rutgers students to improve voter involvement earlier this year.
A new study out of Rutgers—New Brunswick has found that a combination of aerobic exercise and meditation can help curb negative thoughts and improve feelings of self-worth for women who are victims of sexual assault suffering with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Earlier this semester, The Daily Targum reported on an ongoing investigating into sexual assault allegations made against Nabil Adam, vice chancellor for Research & Collaborations at Rutgers University—Newark, by one of his students. The case now stands at a stalemate as Adam refuses to submit a DNA sample for further investigation.
From College Hall to Voorhees Mall, approximately 100 students and community members took to George Street yesterday in protest of sexual violence for the fifth annual “Take Back the Night” march.
Bringing the pieces of recent anti-Semitic instances on college campuses together, former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci met members of the University at the Chabad House last night with anecdotes of his experiences with Judaism, ways to promote its preservation and a look into his life during and after his time at the White House.
At last week’s Board of Governors meeting, University President Robert L. Barchi announced preliminary estimates of new student enrollment at Rutgers for the upcoming school year — citing a notable increase in first-year student applications.
Yesterday, the New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD) released a crime alert that reported a robbery that occurred off campus. The incident in question has since been updated as “unfounded and did not occur as originally reported” in a separate crime alert.
Last week, the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) announced Suzanne Link, a School of Arts and Sciences junior, from One Rutgers as the assembly’s newest president. The assembly has since released its full elections report, featuring voter statistics and resolutions made to appeals submitted in the days of the election.
The pool of protesters that occupied the front of Winants Hall yesterday was reminiscent of the crowd that took to Old Queens at the start of this year.
At a quarter past hour 4 of Dance Marathon (RUDM), the entire floor at the Rutgers Athletic Center rushes the stage to the sound of "Mr. Brightside" by The Killers.
Remembrance, community and coming together were among the many topics discussed on the steps of Brower Commons yesterday. Following the police shooting of an unarmed man last month, organizations on campus came together for a candlelight vigil.
Fifteen schools separate Rutgers from a personal concert with Belcalis Almanzar, better known as Cardi B.
An accident at the New Brunswick Amtrak earlier today resulted in a death.
After images of a game that awards players points for violent acts against Muslim people surfaced earlier this week, the Rutgers community has decided it will take the high road.
The oldest Torah scroll still intact and legible in known history has been purchased by the Library of Congress with the help of Rutgers—New Brunswick scholar Gary Rendsburg.
A full house at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) was not part of the University’s initial plan when it invited former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to Rutgers.
Rutgers paid former secretary of state Hillary Clinton $25,000 to attend tonight’s conversation with Ruth B. Mandel, director of the Eagleton Institute of Politics.
Last week, new white supremacy flyers were spotted on campus that mirrored those found last semester by the same organization.