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The Daily Targum’s 146th editorial board steps up to the plate to run the second oldest college newspaper.

Juan Hernandez, a School of Management and Labor Relations first-year student, served four years in the U.S. Air Force.

Pollers, such as the Rutgers Eagleton Poll, typically use landlines and cell phones to reach people.

The Rutgers Homecoming game Saturday featured its annual Wing Bowl, where Eric Reitzel, not pictured, ate 25 wings in two minutes. Competitors were given a Rutgers bib, a bottle of water and an aluminum tray filled with chicken wings.

Negotiations between the faculty union and the University

administration are ongoing. The union is bargaining for better working conditions and salaries, particularly for non-tenure track faculty members.

Jason Belzer, a Rutgers alumnus, created Global Athlete Management Enterprises, Inc., a company that manages and advises coaches at various Division I schools.

Finals week means packed libraries and other University facilities. Police Chief Kenneth Cop says that unattended laptops will be stolen and encourages students to take their belongings with them. Alexander Library Supervisor Jeff Teichmann said the library is not responsible for unattended belongings. Alexander Library staff have installed lockers in the Reference Reading Room and study carrels on the first floor, but students should use their own lock, he said.

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