Marielle Sumergido

Marielle Sumergido

Online Editor

Editor-in-Chief | "Award-winning Photojournalist"

Marielle Sumergido serves as the Editor-in-Chief and is a School of Nursing junior, minoring in Public Health. She has previously slaved for the Targum as a Staff Photographer, Social Media Editor and Online Editor, becoming a regional winner for her news photography. Her likes include Nightwing, Chipotle, the color red, Mary Ellen Cagnassola and the satisfying feeling of removing your bra at the end of a long day. When she’s not at work, you can find her sleeping at odd hours of the day. Her favorite scent is pink grapefruit, and she uses Colgate Total toothpaste (not the gel, the paste) — minty fresh! You may contact her via electronic mail at

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Nearly 800 hackers stay glued to their computers for 24 hours to come up with innovations in the world of programming this past weekend at the College Avenue Student Center.

Senior running back Savon Huggins will sit out this year with a medical redshirt.

Two years ago, University President Robert L. Barchi sent a letter to President Barack Obama asking him to speak at the commencement ceremony for the Class of 2016, Rutgers' 250th class.

Thomas Orton, a professor in the Department of Plant Biology and Pathology, created a different version of the original Rutgers Tomato from the 1930s.MARIELLE SUMERGIDO / EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

Senior Gabrielle Farquharson stole th show for Rutgers at the Big Ten Championships winning the 200M, placing second in the long jump and third in the 60M dash.

Senior sprinter and jumper Gabrielle Farquharson pursues elite status at the Big Ten Championships.

Senior D'Andre Jordan (left) was a member of the 4x400 relay team that finished with the 5th best time in the Big Ten Conference this season clocking in at 3:10.79 at the Valentine Invitational at Boston University last week.

Senior Gabrielle Farquharson was a bright spot in the Knights narrow defeat this past weekend, winning first place in long jump, 60M dash and 200M dash.

Junior goaltender Kris Alleyne stopped 11 shots from St. John's in Saturday's season opener in Queens. Rutgers got the win, 10-8.

Junior goaltender Kris Alleyne was named Big East Goaltender of the year in 2013 as a freshman. He is expected to start in the opener at St. John's.

Senior Meagan Robinson led a string of first-place finishers for Rutgers earlier in the month at the Rutgers Invitational.

Senior Gabrielle Farquharson set a school record in the 200m dash. 

Senior sprinter D’Andre Jordan played a role in helping Rutgers recruit sprinter Izaiah Brown to join the Knights’ program.