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On Monday afternoon, University President Robert L. Barchi announced a 30 percent increase in the minimum wage for students working in all facets of the University, from recreation and dining services to the libraries.
Rutgers alumnus and famous television chef Mario Batali allegedly sexually assaulted multiple women over the span of several decades, according to a report published by Eater Monday.
On Saturday, more than 100 people joined the alternative worker organization New Labor for its eighth-annual gala fundraiser at Rutgers.
Rutgers Law School professor and Newark Chief Municipal Judge Victoria Pratt appeared at TEDNYC last month and discussed how empathetic values could reshape the criminal justice system.
In a letter sent to Rutgers faculty Friday morning, University President Robert L. Barchi and Chancellor Debasish Dutta disclosed that students would not have to fulfill any necessary course requirements taught under professor in the Department of Food Science Michael Chikindas.
For the first time in six years, a broadcast television program, Specialty Camera Studio, was offered during the academic year. The course allowed students to experience various roles of the news room, culminating in a student-produced 30-minute production.
This Thursday, flyers calling for “white Americans” to report "illegal aliens" were found in front of the Douglass Student Center.
On Wednesday, authors who focused on documenting and analyzing aspects of New Jersey’s long, diverse history were recognized for their work. The New Jersey Studies Academic Alliance (NJSAA) hosted a panel in Alexander Library, honoring authors and their work that added to the understanding and development of New Jersey history.
The RU ALERT was sent out shortly after 10 p.m.
Rutgers students are the second most sexually active college students in the United States, according to a study conducted by collegestats.org.
A majority of Rutgers faculty contracts will be renegotiated in 2018. For the Rutgers chapter of the American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT), this represents an opportunity to remedy some of the administration's policy-based issues. David Hughes, a professor in the Department of Anthropology and the vice president of Rutgers AAUP-AFT, said that in recent years, the administration has preferred to hire part-time lecturers and other contingent faculty rather than tenure track professors — which can be detrimental to students.
As the conversation surrounding free speech on campus progresses, student organizations and University administrators are tasked with behind-the-scenes work focused on accommodating speakers and ensuring that event attendees remain safe.
Earlier this week, Michael P. Knight, a 39-year-old man from Newark, New Jersey, admitted to kidnapping and sexually assaulting a Rutgers student in May 2016, according to a press release from the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office.
On Sunday, Harry Potter fans attended their third annual "Yule Ball," named after a formal dance held at Hogwarts in J. K. Rowling's "Harry Potter" series.