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On Feb. 2, Clothier Hall staff were informed of a swastika symbol drawn on a dry erase board in the first-floor study lounge.Residence Life reported the incident to the Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD), who launched an immediate investigation.
In his 2016 commencement speech, former President Barack Obama described Rutgers University as a unique reflection of the country’s diversity and unity.“America converges here,” Obama said. “And in so many ways, the history of Rutgers mirrors the evolution of America — the course by which we became bigger, stronger and richer and more dynamic, and a more inclusive nation."
On Tuesday afternoon, a crowd of nearly 1,000 students formed a circle around a giant tarp on which Muslim students conducted their sunset prayer.
On Friday, President Donald J. Trump signed an executive order which essentially closed the United States border to refugees and citizens from seven Muslim nations.This ban included green cards holders, and within 24 hours, an unknown number of travelers were detained at airports across the country, according to National Public Radio.
Many students took note when the Starbucks at The Yard @ College Avenue abruptly closed on Jan. 20.The store has not reopened since, and a Starbucks spokesperson gave no indication that the situation was temporary."We can confirm that the Starbucks store located at 38 College Ave.
Kevin Allred, the creator of the “Politicizing Beyoncé” course at Rutgers, is currently under investigation by the University and is not scheduled to teach during the spring semester, according to a University spokesperson Karen Smith in an email to The Daily Targum.Allred said he is also being investigated by the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Forces (JTTF) at the request of local law enforcement.
Rutgers took its first visible step towards integrating bike and bus lanes along College Avenue this week.
Today, unions representing thousands of Rutgers employees filed charges with the Department of Labor (DOL), accusing the University of withholding an estimated 500,000 dollars in wages and violating federal hour and wage laws.
With the first snow on the ground, a small group of protesters gathered Saturday on the steps of the Brower Dining Commons to protest human rights violations in the Syrian city of Aleppo.
The Rutgers Board of Governors agreed last week to a $48,000 deal that would allow the pharmaceutical company Bristol-Myers Squibb to construct a gas pipeline under University property, according to NJ Advance Media.
This summer, the Department of Journalism and Media Studies will offer its first immersive program in Bologna, Italy for students interested in international reporting.
Two weeks ago, the conservative group “Turning Point USA,” launched the “Professor Watchlist,” a site that documents and provides profiles of University professors who allegedly express “liberal biases.”
Beyond obvious social media “red flags”— such as illegal drug use, sexual references or alcohol consumption — some employers have begun to use social media as an extension of a candidate’s application.
On Friday, two of Gov. Chris Christie’s former aides appealed the ruling of the high profile “Bridgegate" trial.
On Wednesday afternoon, about 1,000 members of the Rutgers community convened at Voorhees Mall for the “Sanctuary Campus Walkout."
On Tuesday, students and faculty members released a petition for administrators to make Rutgers a sanctuary campus for marginalized groups.
Inflatable obstacle courses, free food and fireworks rounded out Rutgers' year-long celebration of its 250th birthday.The University held a party at Deiner Park on Thursday night to honor the nation's eighth-oldest higher education institution after ringing the bell at Old Queens earlier in the day.
Members of the All Marxist-Leninist Union and the American Party of Labor gathered on the steps of the Brower Dining Commons.
When New Jersey’s next governor assumes office in 2018, legislation to decriminalize and legalize the use of recreational marijuana may be signed into action.