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Yesterday, the New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD) released a crime alert that reported a robbery that occurred off campus. The incident in question has since been updated as “unfounded and did not occur as originally reported” in a separate crime alert.
Last week, the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) announced Suzanne Link, a School of Arts and Sciences junior, from One Rutgers as the assembly’s newest president. The assembly has since released its full elections report, featuring voter statistics and resolutions made to appeals submitted in the days of the election.
The University hosted a lecture yesterday that gave a glimpse at what American higher education could look like in the next 20 to 30 years.
Rutgers looks to pick up its first Big Ten win of the season against Michigan on Thursday.
Scarlet Knights prepare to split up teams for the Metropolitan Championships and the Tennessee Relays over the weekend.
Rutgers looks to capitalize on its two individual event titles last week at the Tennessee Relays this weekend.
"It's an attack on our country in a true sense,” a seething President Donald J. Trump said. “It's an attack on what we all stand for.”
Indeed. The recent verbal batters made by our least democratic president against former Director of the F.B.I. Robert Mueller and his team should sound off blaring alarms. We, as the American people, have become increasingly numb toward the pervasiveness of this issue — which is that our president has expressed a challenge against the rule of law. No matter what, this should not be taken lightly.
There is no single government program more wrongly maligned or misunderstood than foreign aid. In fact, Americans are infamous for their wildly inaccurate perceptions of its scope. The Kaiser Family Foundation surveyed Americans on the issue and found they estimated foreign aid to be 26 percent of the federal budget, when it actually makes up a mere 1 percent. This perception makes cuts to these programs wildly popular, and both of President Donald J. Trump’s budget outlines included deep cuts. Although, for the well-being of humanity, it is unquestionably the greatest undertaking of the American government. Even today as the federal government deals with a relatively large budget deficit, foreign aid should be one of the last, not first, programs on the chopping block.
Spanning five campuses and consisting of tens of thousands of students, Rutgers is enormous. The sheer size of the University entails issues, but there is one issue that seems to captivate much of the student body: the bus system. Students complain — and arguably rightly so — about the state of our bus system and all of its problems. Many of these complaints are valid, but with any large transportation system there are bound to be complications
Rutgers gymnastics head coach Louis Levine was dismissed from his position by athletic director Pat Hobbs on Tuesday, it was announced.
Although Rutgers University cultivates a diverse student body with a wide range of backgrounds and opinions, there is a single issue with the power to unify students, alumni and faculty alike — the University bus service.
The first integrated glider platform and sensor system that samples the pH of water has been created at Rutgers.
If you've every watched a Rutgers men's lacrosse game, you've probably noticed something about the sideline every time the No. 8 Scarlet Knights score a goal.While the players on the field all come together to celebrate, the entire sideline raises their stick above their heads in a horizontal manner and raise them up and down.For updates on the Rutgers men's lacrosse team, follow @GriffinWhitmer and @TargumSports on Twitter.
The Rutgers football team finished day 12 of spring practices on Tuesday and are now one step closer to the Scarlet-White game on Saturday.
Rutgers preps for another battle with Lafayette on Wednesday.
Members on the University's Board of Governors meeting announced Dan Schulman, president and CEO of PayPal, will be Rutgers—New Brunswick's 2018 commencement speaker.
The pool of protesters that occupied the front of Winants Hall yesterday was reminiscent of the crowd that took to Old Queens at the start of this year.
We have time and again taken two steps forward and one step back in regard to civil liberties and voting rights, and we must recognize that we are currently in a phase of regression. As a nation we must dig in our heels, assert our values, resist the forces of hate and bigotry and push forward.