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University President Robert L. Barchi barred student activists from delivering an important message at Van Nest Hall’s ribbon cutting ceremony. Student demonstrators from Rutgers United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS) hoped to inform gathered alumni of posed criminal charges of 12 student activists following a peaceful protest last December.
On Nov. 6, New Jersey voters will answer the call to uphold their civic duties and reinforce the representative nature of our government. Not only will voters have the opportunity to use their inalienable right to form a government based on their will and consent by electing representatives, they will also be asked to decide the fate of a 500 million dollar bond for New Jersey schools.
Much ink has been spilled on Rutgers’ decision to invite, then disinvite, then apologize and re-invite journalist Lisa Daftari. The Daily Targum has written two editorials on the matter and there have been numerous commentaries written about this incident. I will not retread the arguments made in this specific case as others have argued it strongly. I want to bring up the most dangerous idea that has been bandied about in this debate — namely, that speech is violence. This idea is the so illiberal and so perilous to liberal democratic society that it demands a response.
Rutgers students in a state of crisis or in urgent need of support can now talk to professionals around the clock through a new phone service called Protocol.
After losing its sixth straight game to Maryland last weekend, Rutgers looks to bounce back and pick up its first Big Ten win of the season tomorrow, as it hosts Northwestern at HighPoint.com Stadium.
Rutgers will host No. 2 Indiana at Yurcak Field for the home finale and for senior night. The Knights can change up the Big Ten standings with an upset win.
Rutgers will host No. 7 Iowa on Friday and then American on Sunday for senior day, as the regular season comes to an end, and the postseason begins.
Rutgers and No. 4 Penn State will play each other for a second straight match on Saturday, with the Knights falling in the first match two nights ago in straight sets.
Stocks of Knights heading into the homecoming game against Northwestern after another tough loss against Maryland, last weekend.
Horror film villains are the subject of Rutgers psychiatry students’ research this month, as they prepare for Halloween.
The Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) announced that it will vote to give 10 student organizations $146,000 in funding for special events in the Spring 2019 semester.
Investigating the disappearance of a female police chief in Mexico City while on assignment for The New York Times, Randy Archibold entered a small town engulfed in flames.
BEATFest coordinator and Senior Productions Assistant, Marielle Sumergido, sits down with Ruby Ryan and Phillip Iglesias of local band, Old Joy, to talk about their September release, "Tent Silhouettes."
In less than 48 hours after Swift broke her staunchly “apolitical” streak to endorse the Democratic candidates in Tennessee in a message to her Instagram followers, more than 169,000 people registered to vote. On the other hand, vote.org’s non-partisan effort to promote voting only added 56,669 new voters in all of August. The difference is damning.
If there were anything the past two years have taught us, it is that a small innocuous green frog became the center of a counterculture movement. Pepe the Frog, created by Matt Furie, existed on the internet for around a decade before it was supposedly “co-opted” by Right-wing radicals on websites like 4chan. These images are “symbols” of the pervasive bigotry of American citizens. I mention this with skepticism because the out-of-touch journalists, social activists and older politicians who clutch their pearls at some edgy memes do not understand the sometimes apathetic and chaotic culture of the internet to the point where sharing some innocent meme may land you with the likes of some radical political ideology.
TEDxRutgers, a local subset of the larger TED organization, which in short aims to promote “ideas worth spreading,” holds multiple events each year that allow students and faculty to convey to the Rutgers community and beyond their brilliant ideas — which, as a university community, we experience no shortage of. We laurel TEDxRutgers for giving the Rutgers community a platform to spread its own influential ideas and experiences, as well as listen to those of others.
Earlier this month, a letter containing more than 2,400 signatures from law professors across the country opposing Supreme Court Justice Nominee Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation was sent to the Supreme Court. Among the signatures was that of John Leubsdorf, a professor at Rutgers Law School in Newark.
Valerie Suter, a Mason Gross School of the Arts graduate student and fellow at the Eagleton Institute of Politics, is bringing women’s empowerment to life by painting the women who have ran for president as part of her current fellowship project.