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University President Robert L. Barchi will meet with members of Rutgers Students with Children to discuss their demands for better resources for student parents. Neal Buccino, a University spokesperson, assures that Rutgers is committed to helping all students.
President Robert L. Barchi emailed students yesterday with resources on how they can support DACA DREAMers before the program-renewal deadline expires in March. He reiterated the importance of student advocacy in keeping DACA issues in front of Congress.
In order to expedite free community college in New Jersey, the Education, Access and Opportunity Transition Advisory Committee recommends that Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) works to implement programs which provide assistance to high school graduates and people re-entering the job market by 2020.
After a 14-hour day of intensive individual questioning, editors of the Targum’s 149th board caucused new members into the paper’s editorial staff — marking 150 years of student journalism at Rutgers.
When the Athletics Department failed to meet its overspent budget during 2016, it received roughly $10 million from Rutgers to cover costs related to coach buyouts and investments in future competitiveness, according to Athletic Director Pat Hobbs.
Events like “Take back the Night” — a protest organized by Women Organizing Against Harassment (WOAH) that marched 250 students from Douglass Campus to the College Avenue campus, demonstrate a growing awareness of sexual violence at Rutgers.