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Endorsing his first piece of legislation since taking office, Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) signed a bill to restore $7.45 million in state funding for family planning and women’s healthcare services.
The bill — No. 2134 in the State Assembly and No. 120 in the State Senate — supports access to healthcare measures like family planning and prenatal care, and other services such as cancer screenings, according to a press release.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of Douglass Residential College, formerly named the New Jersey College for Women. To honor the milestone, several faculty members collaborated to release a book depicting the pursuit for more than 100 years for higher education for females.
Chancellor Debasish Dutta made his first town hall appearance at the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) yesterday, where he held a town hall describing the current state of affairs at the University and took question from students.
After more than two years of petitioning for student-parent support, members of Rutgers Students With Children (RSWC) left their meeting with the University administration yesterday unappeased.
The more than 100 majors offered at Rutgers did not appear overnight. Some of the newer academic programs have been in the making longer than a traditional undergraduate program.
As new businesses and industries rise, college students develop different needs than those of the past. To keep up and also guarantee academic quality, the University has a lengthy “New Program Approval Process,” according to a document from the Office of Institutional Research and Academic Planning (OIRAP).
New Jersey's unemployment rate has spiked, surpassing the national average nearly an entire percent.
Over the last month, unemployment in the Garden State has seen a steady increase, nearly passing the national unemployment rate by 1 full percent — the first time a split of this size has been seen since 2015, according to an article from NJ Advance Media.
Tuesday night, the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi sorority along with Sigma Alpha Mu hosted “Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader,” a fundraising event at the Hillel House on College Avenue.
Yesterday, Alexander Library launched an exhibit that honored the life and work of late Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.), a renowned public advocate, environmentalist, World War II veteran and New Jersey’s longest-serving senator.
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.
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.
On Thursday, the General Assembly of the New Jersey State Legislature approved a legislative package that would prevent sexual predators from being hired at schools by enforcing a thorough vetting process.
In a special hearing to discuss misconduct in schools and how it should be reported, four bills were approved unanimously. The bills now await action from the New Jersey Senate, according to a news release from the Assembly Democrats.
At approximately 1 p.m., there was a minor fire at Shell gas station on Easton Avenue. The New Brunswick Fire Department (NBFD), the New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD) and emergency medical services were found at the scene.
Twelve students involved in a protest that ensued at last semester’s Board of Governors meeting have received police charges.
Rutgers alumnus Javahn Walker never anticipated his liberal ideologies and economics degree would evolve into a run for New Jersey’s 6th Congressional District.
RU Dreamers has started a petition to disinvite the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) from the Government and Public Service Career Fair at Rutgers—Newark, and said that it challenges the values of the Rutgers community.
A New Brunswick police officer has been suspended without pay after his involvement in a bar fight on Easton Avenue, according to New Brunswick Today.
Anthony Jones was off-duty when he got involved in a four-man brawl on Jan. 21 at Golden Rail Tavern, a popular bar for Rutgers students.