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In wake of the recent Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida, the debate over stricter gun control has been renewed throughout the nation. New Jersey remains one of the strictest states in terms of firearm regulation, with the majority of citizens favoring that laws stay the same or get stricter.
Lawmakers are looking at new ways to implement sexual violence awareness in New Jersey schools following a report that suggests college campus surveys as a useful tool.
This year’s Women’s History Month is a special one here at Rutgers, because 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the Douglass Residential College. There are many exciting events planned all month in celebration of both of these occasions.
Dr. Jorge Schement, vice chancellor of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and distinguished professor of Communication Policy and Latino Studies, will step down from his position to reunite with the School of Communication and Information faculty and return to his life as a teacher, according to an email from Chancellor Debasish Dutta on Monday.
Yesterday Rutgers hosted John Villasenor, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and a professor at UCLA, to discuss his research on college students' views of the First Amendment and participate in a discussion on free speech.
Yesterday was not the day undocumented students and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients might have expected.
From Writers at Rutgers Reading Series to Inside the Writers House, Rutgers offers many ways to not only get involved in creative writing, but to also interact with a multitude of successful published authors.
In late 2017, 1 of 2 lawsuits filed in 2012 charging the New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD) with discrimination was settled, costing taxpayers millions of dollars.
The fifth installment of the “Spring Personal Bioblitz," an online collection of species from around the world documented by the Rutgers community, is four days into its observation dates.
On Saturday afternoon, police executed a court approved search warrant at a home on Sicard Street, directly behind the College Avenue Student Center, following information about possible assault weapons on the premises.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will visit Rutgers on March 29 for a conversation hosted by the Rutgers Eagleton Institute of Politics, according to an email announcement from Chancellor Debasish Dutta on Friday.
David Frum, a senior editor at The Atlantic, stopped by the Douglass Student Center yesterday for an open conversation on President Donald J. Trump and his latest book “Trumpocracy: The Corruption of the American Republic.”
In light of rising environmental concerns, a “Clean Energy for a Better Future” event was held at the Cook Student Center Wednesday evening. Hosted by Food & Water Watch and The Andrew Goodman Foundation, the event was constructed as an educational forum with participant interaction.
Yesterday’s Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) meeting selected what student organization will run Meal Swipe for Charity this semester. The winner — The Palestinian Children’s Relief Fund (PCRF).
Amid a surge in numbers of school shootings in recent years, the Traumatic Loss Coalitions for Youth Program (TLC) at Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care (UBHC) offers students a program that focuses on trauma relief.
Rutgers—New Brunswick is among the world’s top schools for studying philosophy, and now a new group on campus is working to incorporate people from all walks of life into the mix.
The Chancellor of Rutgers—New Brunswick, Debasish Dutt, gave his “State of Rutgers Address” yesterday in the east wing of the Academic Building on the College Avenue campus. He remarked on his time at Rutgers so far and his goals for the future in front of Rutgers’ faculty, staff, alumni and guests.
In its latest audit, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) reported 208 New Jersey-based anti-semitic incidents in 2017 — eight of which occurred across various Rutgers campuses. The total marks a 32-percent increase from last year’s reported 157 total incidents.
Two students at New Brunswick Middle School have been arrested over the past four days — both for making false statements about having a gun in their backpack.
Following through on his promise to bring New Jersey a "stronger and fairer economy," Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) announced the formation of a new panel to stimulate economic growth in the Garden State.