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New Brunswick reached a record-high temperature for February on Friday after the city soared to 77 degrees Fahrenheit, marking the warmest day in the month in 124 years.The last week has also been among the warmest for New Jersey in February in recorded history, said David Robinson, a Rutgers professor in the Department of Geography.“With observations at New Brunswick dating back to 1893, the 77-degree (Fahrenheit) maximum temperature last Friday was the warmest on record for the month,” the New Jersey State Climatologist said in an email.
More than 160 schoolchildren learned how to build bridges, create catapults, develop apps or make glass last week during Rutgers’ annual "Young Engineers Day."The School of Engineering hosted 165 students from nine different schools as part of "Young Engineers Day" last Wednesday in the Busch Student Center, said Assistant Dean Michael Brown. Participants enjoyed a host of activities while learning about the Rutgers School of Engineering and how to apply engineering concepts to practical uses.“'Young Engineers Day' is a program that we do just to provide outreach, understanding of engineering and the School of Engineering community for third grade to 12th-grade students," he said.
As governor, Assemblyman John Wisniewski (D-19) would support a student voting member on Rutgers' Board of Governors.If it becomes too difficult to change state law dictating who can become a voting member, he would appoint a student to fill an existing spot on the board, he said during a town hall meeting on education Sunday night in the Douglass Student Center.“I’d like to change the law, but I also recognize that there’s a very complicated formula between the number of governors and trustees,” he said.
The Rutgers University Board of Trustees is looking for a new student charter member to serve a six-year term advising the school and helping to oversee some of its assets.The Board of Trustees advises the University and oversees assets that were built or acquired before 1956, said Kimberlee Pastva, secretary of the University, in an email.
More than 600 students visited the Cook Student Center between Feb.18 and 19 for the third annual HackHers coding and development competition.HackHers is a 24-hour hackathon primarily centered around women, said School of Arts and Sciences senior Constantin Scoullis.
Rutgers University’s Department of Transportation Services (RUDOTS) ceased using the Cooper Dining Hall bus stop on Douglass campus in January.The stop was re-implemented last fall in response to a request from New Brunswick, said Jack Molenaar, senior director of RUDOTS.“We used to have the Cabaret Theatre bus stop on Nichol Ave., and the City of New Brunswick didn’t want that bus stop because they said it was interfering with emergency response times on Nichol,” he said.
Nearly 75 faculty members and students stopped by “Academics United,” an effort to explain the impact of President Donald J.
Rutgers Business School (RBS) Dean Lei Lei apologized on behalf of the school’s administration on Wednesday for turning away students at their career fair last Friday.The Office of Career Management will help students contact recruiters if they were unable to meet with them last week, she said in a statement to The Daily Targum.
Several Rutgers Business School students were barred from entering their annual career fair last Friday at the Hyatt Regency in New Brunswick for dress code violations.Rutgers Business School sophomore Tyler Farnsworth said he was unable to enter because he wore suede shoes, and that a majority of students prevented from entering were wearing blue shirts, blue suits or brown shoes.
Rutgers University does not plan to reinstall the bus shelter which used to stand at the Scott Hall bus stop.The school only has bus shelters at stops which are exposed to the elements with no other options available, said Executive Vice President of Strategic Planning and Operations Antonio Calcado.
NEWARK, N.J.— The Rutgers Board of Governors approved a series of name changes to various University facilities on Wednesday. They include renaming Kilmer Library as the James Dickson Carr Library, the apartments at The Yard @ College Ave as the Sojourner Truth Apartments and the Old Queens walkway as Will’s Way.
NEWARK, N.J.— The Board of Governors approved musician and actor Steven Van Zandt to be the speaker at Rutgers—New Brunswick’s 2017 commencement ceremony. Carla D.
The Daily Targum officially entered its 149th year on Friday, caucusing its new editorial board after 10 hours of discussion.Its 148th editorial board covered the controversy surrounding Milo Yiannopoulos's visit, kept students informed during the Cook/Douglass power outages, tracked changes of Rutgers’ bus stops, the 2016 presidential elections and subsequent #SanctuaryCampus protests and became the first college newspaper to interview a sitting U.S.
When RU Hungry?’s license to park at the corner by Alexander Library expired at the end of 2016, the University declined to renew it.The self-proclaimed “home of the original fat sandwich” was located at 159 College Ave.
Students have the opportunity to advocate for bipartisan legislation
that would cement Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
protection for undocumented students, University President Robert L.
Most students are familiar with Sakai, Rutgers’ primary learning management system, which is used throughout the three main campuses.Last semester, the Office of Instructional and Research Technology (OIRT) rolled out Sakai 11, the newest version of the web service.
Over the course of two years, Rutgers University suffered from nearly a dozen Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, which disrupted access to web services like Sakai, disabled internet access for anyone on campus and virtually crippled the school’s network infrastructure.Last week, cybersecurity reporter Brian Krebs alleged that School of Arts and Sciences junior Paras Jha was the perpetrator of these DDoS attacks.Krebs said Jha is also the author of the Mirai botnet, which disabled websites and internet access around the world last year, and alleged that he is known online as “Anna-senpai,” who committed dozens of DDoS attacks internationally.Robert Coelho, vice president of DDoS mitigation company ProxyPipe Inc., confirmed that Jha is either Anna-senpai or is close to the coder."Paras Jha is Anna-senpai.
Democratic Assemblyman John Wisniewski (19) thinks that New Jersey should be a sanctuary for its students.
The University community lost access to Sakai, eCollege, NextBus and other Rutgers websites on Wednesday morning after a brief power outage took down the Office of Information Technology's datacenter on the Busch campus.
University President Robert L. Barchi established Rutgers as a safe haven for undocumented students during the Board of Governors meeting on Tuesday afternoon.