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Congress has until tomorrow to strike a deal that determines the future of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) DREAMers.
With each passing year, students take on an increasing amount of student debt as they pursue higher education. At Rutgers, part of the increasing burden on students can be attributed to a decrease in state appropriations. Cuts in state funding for public schools drive up tuition and force universities to reduce faculty numbers and offer less courses, among other reductions, according to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
One in 68 children in communities across America have autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Three undocumented immigrants, who were seeking sanctuary within a church in Highland Park, walked out its front doors yesterday.
Bergen Catholic head coach Nunzio Campanile has been named the new running back coach for the Rutgers football team.
Fifth-year senior guard Tyler Scaife needs just 120 more points to secure the second-most points in Rutgers women's basketball history.
Most faculty and students agree that students should have the opportunity to convey their thoughts and opinions about the courses they take and the instruction they receive. But, the recent article in The Daily Targum glosses over substantial concerns with regard to the validity, fairness and harmful consequences of student evaluation surveys. Here at Rutgers, there are few mechanisms for encouraging or requiring student response to on-line surveys. As a result, response rates in some courses can be extremely low, resulting in statistically invalid results.
We are taught only a version of history in which the past and present achievements are unheard and unseen. By no means should Black history end with the progress of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and by no means should Black History Month predominately focus on slavery, but it does provide an opportunity to reflect on the immensity of the institution and the continuation of its flawed foundational values.
A gift of $15 million has been granted to Rutgers Athletics by Rutgers alumni Gary and Barbara Rodkin. The money, which is the largest gift in Rutgers Athletics history, will be dedicated to the construction of The Gary and Barbara Rodkin Center for Academic Success. The Center will be located on Scarlet Knight Way on Busch campus, and will act as a consolidated academic support service facility for Rutgers’ student-athletes.
The Rutgers wrestling team split its weekend matchups in Illinois this weekend, but could have possibly swept it had the team been at full strength in its second match.
Rutgers Athletics will dedicate its recent $15 million gift — the largest in its history — to the creation of an academic center to support student athletes.
The Rutgers Snapchat Campus Story, contrary to popular belief, is not filtered by, or affiliated with the University.
In a tale as old as time, New Jerseyans are still dissatisfied with their taxes.
Slow start proves insurmountable as Scarlet Knights drop 6th consecutive game.