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In its latest student advocacy effort, the Douglass Governing Council has turned its attention to the lack of food and grocery options available on Cook and Douglass campuses.Zahra Bukhari, a junior in the Mason Gross School of the Arts and the president of the Douglass Governing Council, said that food is scarcely available on either the Cook or Douglass campuses.
Every year, the Rutgers University Board of Governors holds an open session for students to voice their concerns regarding tuition, fees and housing charges.
Rutgers students sat for a lecture and poetry reading provided by nationally acclaimed writer Christopher Soto on Tuesday, April 18.
More than 250 students, staff and community members took to the streets of the Douglass and College Avenue campuses in the annual Take Back the Night protest against sexual assault, organized by Women Organizing Against Harassment (WOAH) for the fourth consecutive year.School of Engineering senior, President of WOAH and lead organizer of the protest Maci Nordone said the demonstration was in protest of sexual and gender-based violence within the community and in support of survivors.The protest kicked off with a rally at College Hall on Douglass campus at 7 p.m.
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The climate change narrative pushed by the media is horribly wrong. No, the science is neither disputed nor “created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S.
Since the 2013 Gezi Park protests, a sympathetic international community has glued itself to Turkey’s streets like a television series’ plot that only seems to get juicier every year.
You’ve seen the Women’s March, the "No Ban, No Wall” protests and several other public demonstrations fighting the current presidential administration and some of its attitudes towards certain groups or situations in the United States.
This may be the largest wave of momentum in the 2017 outdoor track and field season yet. The Rutgers men’s track and field team is looking forward to the Georgia Tech Invitational held in Atlanta from a superior point of view.
The Rutgers tennis team will take on its last two Big Ten opponents and last opponents of the year this weekend.
“One year ago today a really close friend of mine passed away. He changed how I see the world. Because of him, I got really into nature.
As the inaugural March Munchies progressed, and the field narrowed by the week, Nicholas Komandis paid increasingly more attention to the competition. The owner of Hansel n’ Griddle, one of the 32 restaurants competing in the contest held by the Daily Targum to determine the best eatery in the Rutgers—New Brunswick area, began calling his old fraternity brothers, friends, family — anyone he could get — to let them know about the competition.His restaurant began advertising the competition on napkins both in-store and on deliveries, informing customers of its existence without encouraging them to vote either way.“It was fun,” Komandis said.
Bettering campus connectivity, enhancing strategic academic initiatives and focusing on student life are three of the driving forces behind the Rutgers Physical Master Plan, according to the Rutgers 2030 Volume 1: New Brunswick report.“This was a planning process that started in 2013 and it created the long term physical version for Rutgers University.
On Saturday, thousands of people are expected to attend the March for Science in Washington, D.C. In New Jersey, the Rutgers American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT) has chosen to endorse the march and help students participate. The March for Science will advocate for the importance of science and the enactment of evidence-based policies, according to its website.The march will take place on April 22 and will be headquartered in Washington, D.C., with over 500 satellite marches occurring in cities across the globe, according to the site.David Hughes, the president of the Rutgers AAUP-AFT and a professor in the Department of Anthropology, said the Rutgers AAUP-AFT is sponsoring a satellite march in Trenton, New Jersey and will provide transportation for staff and students who wish to attend the march in Washington, D.C.Hughes said the Rutgers AAUP-AFT is endorsing the March on Science to support faculty members who are worried about President Donald J.
The Writers House, an undergraduate learning community at Rutgers which serves as an expressive media platform and creative space, hosted poet Eileen Myles this past Wednesday at the College Avenue Student Center.The event featured a mid-day Q&A session and was followed by a reading of curated works by Myles presented to students and members of the community free of charge.The final installment in a year-long string of events hosted by the Department of English entitled “Writers at Rutgers Reading Series” worked in conjunction with Writers House to host a number of exchanges between well-known writers and the Rutgers community, according to their site.Ana Maron, the Writers House program coordinator, said planning for the events is completed on a yearly basis with Myles being the last of the year.
An Easter egg hunt was held at The Yard on the College Avenue campus on Thursday, inviting community members and students alike to join in on the holiday festivities.Prizes were given out throughout the afternoon and an Easter bunny stole the show as people were quick to take pictures with the notable figure.“This is the first April we’re open so this is the first Easter egg hunt we’ve had,” said Megan Feneis, a communications associate at the New Brunswick Development Corporation (DEVCO). “We’re absolutely planning on having more in the future.” The event involved half-hour segments in kicking off each "hunt." Participants rushed to find and claim the best prizes.“Inside the eggs, there are gift cards to The Yard and numerous retailers, there’s also coupons and candy,” Fenneis said.
“My uncle, he’s a math teacher in China. I used to be his student, and he wrote something in my yearbook once.
Back in January, at the beginning of the spring semester, Rutgers seemed to begin a big renovation plan to improve transportation at the University.
Since its early beginnings in 1911, International Women’s Day — held every year on March 8 — has become a globally celebrated event.
Earlier this year, on Feb. 14, Assemblyman John Wisniewski (D-N.J.), one of the Democratic candidates for governor, released his campaign platform after nearly five months of his campaign website consisting mainly of a donation button.