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Rutgers’ campuses may be painted purple, but it seems as though the University’s hands are painted red.If one were to look at the past two weeks of Rutgers events and statements, one would notice the applaud worthy trend of the University in its efforts to support the elimination of sexual assault and the voices of those who have been victims of this horrible crime.
It does not matter how much you love your classes, friends and activities at Rutgers — when it comes down to it, everyone has a calendar marking down the days until the next University break.
If you have taken a look around campus this week, you should
notice something a little different — the campus is turning purple.
Last semester, The Daily Targum reported that Rutgers University issues an estimated $5 million in parking tickets each year.
New Brunswick is trying to improve all aspects of the community by building the new New Brunswick Performing Arts Center (NBPAC). And by getting involved in its creation with the New Brunswick Development Corporation (Devco), Rutgers is giving back to its community and students.
Betsy DeVos is making every college campus a frightening place to be. But Rutgers University is not letting that happen to this campus.After the secretary of education stated that the Department of Education would be overturning legislation under the Title IX federal law, University President Robert L.
Oftentimes, Rutgers hosts events within the University where
panelists come to speak to the students about certain issues that are relevant
to what is going on in the world around them.
The nation has been left shaken after the mass shooting in Las Vegas on Sunday night. The 64-year-old shooter from Nevada shot into a crowd of 22,000 people and managed to leave 59 people dead and 527 injured.
As we move into yet another month of school, it is important
to recognize that many people may not have realized that September was National
Campus Safety Awareness Month.
Picture your favorite sports team coming out onto the field to play. As the players line up across the field and the "Star-Spangled Banner” hums over the loudspeaker, you see a player quietly take a knee.
One of the oldest debates involving education has surrounded the topic of whether arts education within the classroom is necessary in curriculum.
Nowadays, everything can be done online — you can pay your bills, find a date or watch your favorite television shows.
Perhaps the greatest anticipation of any Rutgers student is the thought of living off-campus. Just the possibility of living somewhere without communal bathrooms, a resident assistant and basically hundreds of other people will have students waiting with baited breath for the chance to move out.
With the abundance of hurricanes, earthquakes and unusually warm weather, one may wonder how severe global warming has affected the planet.
With a population of almost 70,000 students, it is impressive that
Rutgers can accommodate for the education of so many.
Rutgers became a part of the Big Ten in 2014, and although this signified a place in the collegiate athletic world, it has brought upon other changes too.
Students at Rutgers are fortunate to go to a University that puts an emphasis on the importance of mental and emotional health.
One in three women and one in four men are reported to have experienced some type of physical violence by an intimate partner.
With the oncoming worries and tracking reports of Hurricanes Irma, Hurricane Jose and Hurricane Katia, it seems as though the trauma and devastation of Hurricane Harvey on Texas has been pushed to the background.
Oftentimes, students here at the Rutgers—New Brunswick
campus forget that the entirety of the city does not revolve around the