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With the Big Ten Championships on the horizon, there are several notable athletes on both the Rutgers men’s and women’s track and field teams that can potentially place highly or even nab a personal record, but there's one athlete in particular that has made his final year as a Scarlet Knight one to remember.
Members of Rutgers University Career Services (UCS) hope to help students on their career paths with the Rutgers Internship and Co-op Program (RICP), emphasizing internships as a good first step.
For the first time in the past five seasons, the Rutgers men’s golf team has a student athlete capture an end-of-season award from the Big Ten.
A man from Piscataway was charged yesterday evening with possession of an assault weapon and a large capacity ammunition magazine after police investigated a Snapchat video, according to USA Today.
The title of “composer” is one, that from the outside looking in, can seem imposing. Terms like “musician” and “producer” are more familiar, but “composer” recalls the greats of the Western canon, like Mahler and Mozart. But, to be a composition student in college is much less glamorous.
The Rutgers baseball team was eager to get back on track after being on the receiving end of a clean sweep against Michigan on the road this past weekend. The Scarlet Knights (18-24, 7-8) were able to emerge victorious against Rider, hanging on to win 5-4.
Halfway through the game, the Rutgers softball team looked like it lost all of its momentum when LIU Brooklyn took a 1-run lead over the Scarlet Knights (26-22, 9-11).
A former graduate student of Nabil Adam, the former vice chancellor for Research and Collaborations at Rutgers University—Newark, accused him of sexual assault during an 18-month sexual relationship. She said she has recently been prohibited from continuing to work as a part-time lecturer (PTL) at the University, according to a letter she sent to University President Robert L. Barchi, which The Daily Targum obtained from her as well.
William "Bill" Dwyer, who works as a teaching instructor in the School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR), is gifting $50,000 to the University to establish a certificate program on negotiation and conflict resolution, which were skills Dwyer acquired at his old job. In addition, the Dwyer family will leave a significant portion of their estate to Rutgers, which is valued at approximately $3 million, according to Rutgers Today.
The Rutgers American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT) held a grade-in for part-time lecturers (PTL) near University President Robert L. Barchi’s office yesterday in Winants Hall on the College Avenue campus.
Though job hunting is going digital with growing use of online applications and apps like LinkedIn, members from University Career Services (UCS) cite the benefits of their services, especially the semesterly career fair.
The Rutgers men's lacrosse team came into the 2019 season with one goal in mind: earn the program’s first NCAA Tournament spot since 2004.
Rutgers students recently went to Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. to advocate for increased financial aid.
After writing dozens of articles for this newspaper over the last three years, this will be my final column. I have written about everything from the pressing need for municipal zoning reform in major cities to how we can talk to each other about politics constructively. I am, of course, flushed with nostalgia for the memories I have made here at Rutgers and the many friends I will leave behind.
We have all heard the same tips for falling asleep from our doctors — decrease technology use before bed, do not consume sugary drinks at night and try to exercise during the day so you tire yourself out. For those of us that suffer from a little more extreme cases of insomnia, we know it takes a few further steps than a couple of nighttime hacks to fall asleep and stay asleep throughout the night.
We are finally at the eagerly anticipated period of the academic year when it looks like and feels like springtime. No longer are we scurrying in and out of our rooms, off and on buses, avoiding any extra time out of the comfort of our living spaces because it is just too cold to be out and about doing anything aside from going to class and getting food.
On August 27, Joseph Hughes, a Camden resident and former inmate, will have completed his first year as a peer health navigator for the Intensive Recovery Treatment Support (IRTS) Program.
After a 7:19.4 first-place finish at this past weekend’s quad meet in Princeton, the Rutgers rowing team’s Varsity 4 boat led by senior Mackenzie George was named Big Ten Boat of the Week on Tuesday.
The Notre-Dame Cathedral, an example of Gothic architecture built in France in the 12th century and the tallest church built at the time, holds layers of history that are incorporated into its structure, said Laura Weigert, the director of Medieval Studies at Rutgers.
Dr. Enobong Branch will become the Rutgers—New Brunswick vice chancellor for Diversity, Inclusion and Community Engagement and professor in the Department of Sociology in August 2019, said Chancellor Christopher J. Molloy in a University-wide email.