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The quote “be the change you wish to see in the world” is written on a staircase at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL. Sarah Chadwick, a survivor of the Feb. 14 mass shooting, said she read it every day while walking to class. Now, she and many of her classmates are living Gandhi’s words by launching a wave of gun reform activism — one equipped with experiential dialogue and the hearts of young people. In a matter of a week, they have grown to out-lead the leaders of our country.
With an early season loss on the books, No. 13 Rutgers can focus on taking things one game at a time.
Rutgers women's basketball team prepares for Senior Night at the RAC on Wednesday as it hosts Iowa.
Rutgers can still potentially enter its fourth consecutive Big Ten Tournament in last place, as the Knights (13-17, 3-14) failed to inch their way up the conference standings Tuesday night in a loss against the team it defeated in the first round of last year's tournament — the No. 16 Ohio State Buckeyes (23-7, 14-3).
Ohio State firmly held its ground against Rutgers at the Value City Arena Tuesday night in a 79-52 finish, as the Buckeyes keep their sights set on a Big Ten Championship despite two late-season losses against Penn State and Michigan.
Following 139 supporters on a change.org petition, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) withdrew its invitation yesterday from the Rutgers—Newark Government and Public Service Career Fair happening today.
For the ninth year in a row, Rutgers—New Brunswick has ranked among the top producers of Fulbright scholars.
Located in the retail plaza on Livingston campus, Rutgers Cinema offers students the lowest ticket prices in the state of New Jersey.
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.
Scarlet Knights outscored by 22 points in second half in loss to Buckeyes.
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Dreamers have a right to be wary of ICE, both for themselves and for their parents who may also be here undocumented. But in the grand scheme of things, should every person or group that seems to pose a challenge to the values of the Rutgers community be automatically shunned? Absolutely not.
Before I officially entered my first semester, I was dead set on following through with Computer Science as my major. Although I was proud to have been accepted as a Business School student, something about the ability to program was beyond fascinating, and I quickly latched onto the idea that I could abandon everything else to focus on Computer Science primarily. That was my first mistake, and when I look back on it now, it’s actually kind of funny.
As a Rutgers University alumna, I am writing to urge University President Robert L. Barchi to phase out animal science at Rutgers’ School of Environmental and Biological Sciences. Animal science teaches false beliefs about other animals, health and food, perpetuates mass abuse of nonhuman animals and devastation of the living world — and raising other animals is not agriculture, which means cultivation of fields. The flesh, cow’s milk and egg industries wheedled their way into our colleges of agriculture long ago under false pretenses. Our land-grant universities (LGUs) perpetuate terrible wrongs by continuing to serve, promote and sustain them.
Rutgers graduates who further their education after their undergraduate studies have been shown to generate a higher starting salary at the beginning of their careers.
William Jones, the senior director of University Career Services, said that a majority of undergraduate students who responded to their Class of 2016 post-graduation survey said they secured employment within six months of graduation.
Nested inside the Rutgers Gardens, students can find the Rutgers Farmers Market — a hidden gem located off Cook campus that features fresh veggies and produce.
“The mission of the Rutgers Gardens Farmers Market is to provide the local community, including residents, students, university faculty and staff, University Dining and restaurants the opportunity to experience and purchase fresh, locally grown and/or prepared food products," according to the Rutgers Gardens' website.
Rutgers prepares for final road game of the season at No. 16 Ohio State.
Rutgers goes 1-2 over weekend in Florida.
Seniors give Rutgers productive farewell performances in dual finale sweep.