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Built in 1915 and one of Rutgers’ oldest landmarks, Ford Hall on the College Avenue campus is slated by the administration to be demolished. The building, which acted as a dormitory, was constructed with a donation of $110,000 by former Board of Trustees member John Howard Ford and was designed by Bertram Goodhue, a historically well renowned architect. Located across the street from the new Hillel House and not far from The Yard, Ford Hall does well to bring the old feel of Voorhees Mall to the increasingly gentrified College Avenue. In response to word of its intended destruction, a Change.org petition has been created to preserve the building, which has already garnered more than 300 signatures.
Our constant push-and-pull games regarding stricter gun control laws or the lack of desire to relinquish our right to bear arms has made our country into the biggest possible parody of itself. With students facing potential disciplinary actions by staging walkouts because of their fear of becoming sitting ducks in a classroom in a world of assault rifles — when will it end?
As the issue of gun control has continued to hold a prominent position in the national political discourse following last month’s school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, attempts at reform have been met with immense backlash from gun advocates who consider any further attempt at restricting access to guns to be antithetical to the Second Amendment. The most high-profile example of this comes from the National Rifle Association (NRA), who is filing a lawsuit against a new Florida law, which raises the minimum age to purchase a weapon from 18 to 21, claiming that it infringes on the Second and Fourteenth Amendment rights of those who are 18 to 20.
Senior captain scores 6 goals, Mazzone adds 3 in big-time win.
Rutgers is currently investigating allegations made against one of its faculty members by a graduate student that alleged he sexually harassed her.
Nabil Adam, vice chancellor for Research & Collaborations at Rutgers University—Newark, has been placed on administrative leave with pay following an ongoing investigation that is further assessing claims that he sexually assaulted and harassed one of his graduate students during their time together, according to an article from NJ Advance Media.
cA student petition to save one of the University’s oldest residence halls currently has more than half of its desired 500 signatures.
On Wednesday, the Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) reported an aggravated assault and attempted sexual assault that occurred near Hickman Hall on Douglass campus.
For approximately a decade, the Hult Prize has been awarded to masterminds and innovators that understand the power of a single idea. This year, Rutgers has set a new record by having two teams from the same university as titleholders of the Hult Prize Regionals Competition.
The season all comes down to this — the next three days at the 2018 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships in Cleveland, Ohio. And for six athletes on the Rutgers wrestling team, this is what they’ve been training for all year.
Scarlet Knights bounce back for ranked win on the road.
Tigers score 5 straight goals to complete comeback over No. 13 Scarlet Knights.
On Tuesday, Rutgers Mexican-American Student Association (MASA) joined the Zimmerli Art Museum in a "MASArte" night filled with piñatas, Mexican prints and cumbia.
During yesterday’s International Women’s Day, the Rutgers American Association of University Professors-American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT) held a panel to discuss race and gender equity, as well as the findings in its latest report.
University President Robert L. Barchi addressed budgeting, University growth and other student concerns at last night's Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) town hall.
Scarlet Knights look to keep possession of coveted Meistrell Cup.
Rutgers held its first spring practice on Tuesday in the Indoor Practice Bubble. Head coach Chris Ash saw many things he liked from his team, including the chemistry brewing between his new coaches and players, but said a lot of work is still needed to be done over the next five weeks.
A memo sent Tuesday announced plans for New Jersey schools to transition away from the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) assessments.
New Brunswick will enter a “code blue” the evening of March 7 due to frigid conditions.
Millennials are redefining the “traditional family” in New Jersey. The latest issue of the U.S. census suggests that married couples with children are not as prevalent as they once were.