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A county judge has awarded $4 million to the family of D.J., the mentally handicapped Rutgers student who was sexually assaulted by the former Rutgers-Newark Department of Philosophy Chair Anna Stubblefield. Stubblefield was sentenced to 12 years in prison in January 2016 after being convicted on two counts of sexual assault after engaging in a sexual relationship with D.J., who has cerebral palsy.
Internet users were unable to access some of the world’s busiest websites, including Twitter, reddit, Github, Spotify, the New York Times, several Amazon Web Services clients and many others last Friday after a massive Distributed Denial of Service attack that interrupted service to Dyn Inc., a managed DNS service provider.
wo robberies occurred over this past weekend in New Brunswick.
Former White House Director of Legislative Affairs Katie Beirne Fallon hopes that Congress will come together and help the United States’ citizens with economic anxieties they face right now.
tems of value were stolen from Clothier and Campbell residence halls on the College Avenue campus Saturday night.
Less than 23 percent of millennials voted in the 2014 midterm elections two years ago.
A secret society of Rutgers student leaders and alumni known as the "Order of the Bulls" left a message for University of Michigan Head Football Coach Jim Harbaugh in an email sent early Saturday morning to The Daily Targum.
Clothier Hall has seen more than its fair share of cockroaches over the last week.
Luca Trumbull believes that the 2016 election might be the most important, and the scariest, in recent years.
Student leaders are working with University administration to launch a new version of The Alley, the school-sanctioned tailgate that was shut down last week after only two home games.
Everyone fails, but not everyone can learn from mistakes and go on to succeed.
Rutgers Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Felicia McGinty said on Thursday that she had no part in the decision to shut down The Alley.
Between calling for Middle Eastern peace and additional renewable energy sources, Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein discussed her campaign and the 2016 election with 200 Rutgers students and visitors Saturday night at the College Avenue Student Center.
A mechanical failure in a transformer near Cooper Dining Hall caused more than 36 hours of blackouts.
PSE&G spokesperson Karen Johnson told The Daily Targum that the power company is operating normally.
All 3,200 students living on the Cook and Douglass campuses this semester were relocated Wednesday night as Rutgers continued to suffer from a power outage.
Unspecified power issues impacted two of the five Rutgers—New Brunswick campuses in the second week of classes.
In response to fire-safety issues, Rutgers announced contingency procedures for the 3,000 students who reside on the Cook and Douglass campuses.
Dan Morrison, executive director of Residence Life, said in an email that temporary shelters would be prepared in the Werblin Recreation Center, the Livingston Recreation Center and the Rutgers Athletic Center.
Rutgers is dealing with power outages on Cook and Douglass campuses.
ll Rutgers students are required to receive the Meningitis B vaccine.