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Less than 8 hours following NJ Advance Media publishing an article exposing Rutgers’ lack of action on certain sexual assault cases, University President Robert L. Barchi sent out a statement condemning the University’s policies. An investigative article written by Susan K. Livio and Kelly Heyboer recounted the experiences of several different victims of sexual harassment and assault that have come forward recently. One of these victims is Kristy King, a former graduate student at Rutgers, who claimed that Professor Stephen Eric Bronner, “sat across from me in a chair, too close. As we talked, he ran his hand all the way up the inside of my thigh.”
Rutgers remains winless in the Big Ten after falling to Ohio State and Maryland over the weekend.
The campaign is organized by the Office of Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance and will last until Oct. 12. The week-long initiative, which takes place during Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and aims to raise awareness on interpersonal violence.
Andre has been on the job as a Rutgers bus driver for approximately five years now, and said that, for him, the best part of it is working with the students.
The head writer of Netflix series "Fauda," Moshe Zonder, is teaching a course called “Screenwriters for Television” at Rutgers this semester.
Asma Warsi, an immigration attorney, was 1 of 4 panelists who spoke at the Eagleton Institute of Politics on Thursday night addressing issues surrounding immigration ahead of November’s midterm elections.
On Saturday night, in a private ceremony, Brett Kavanaugh took his oath to become an associate justice of the Supreme Court. “I, Brett Kavanaugh, do solemnly swear,” he began as he raised his right hand and put his left hand on a Bible held by his wife, “... that I will administer justice without respect to persons …“ His behavior and record on the bench prove he poses a threat to women, immigrants, indigenous communities and people of color. “... and do equal right to the poor and to the rich …”
Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed 50-48 by the United States Senate to be an associate justice of the United States Supreme Court on Saturday. He was sworn in later that day by the man he clerked for, former Justice Anthony Kennedy. This ended what is widely considered to be the most contentious nomination fight in our nation’s history. After Justice Kavanaugh was accused of attempted sexual assault an already partisan battle imploded into a national disgrace. What lessons can we learn from this debacle?
Though it may appear as though we have an unlimited supply of it, the world is arguably quickly approaching a global water crisis. As has been examined with regard to individual regions of the world, a water crisis can have ripple effects that are severely detrimental to all facets of a society. It has become apparent that climate change plays a sizable role in the prominence of water issues, and could lead to humanitarian crises of unsettling proportions. But what really is the extent of the issue, and is there anything a community like Rutgers’ can do to help?
The ship is sinking fast for the Rutgers football team and it’s running out of things to throw overboard.
Sitkowski's three interceptions, Rutgers' first half problems lead to another tough loss for the Scarlet Knights against Illinois.
The Rutgers field hockey team has gotten a lot of its talent from overseas, and those student athletes, both underclassmen and upperclassmen, are enjoying their time learning how the game is played in America versus back home.
Sophomore Amirah Ali worked her golden goal magic yet again, as the forward put the ball past the Northwestern goalkeeper in the 97th minute of play to lead Rutgers to the big upset over the No. 14 Wildcats.
Rutgers looks to bounce back from an own goal mishap against Drexel, when it travels up to Madison this weekend to face Wisconsin.
Junior defensive back Damon Hayes spent his first two seasons on the Banks at cornerback, but has taken over at safety this season and is adjusting well to the process.
Last year, almost to the day, the Rutgers football team waltzed into Memorial Stadium in Champaign, Ill. and captured its first Big Ten win of the season against Illinois. Tomorrow, the Scarlet Knights (1-4, 0-2) hope they can do the same thing, this time on their home field.
A New York Times article from 1973 reported on the inaugural four-legged members of Mounted Patrol — a community horseback policing program at Rutgers. More than four decades later, it continues to have a profound impact on student lives.
The Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) voted unanimously on legislation to endorse free flu vaccine clinics being brought to campus over the coming months, and to help advertise during Turn the Campus Purple Week, which begins on Saturday, Oct. 6.