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Rutgers researchers have found a high level of fecal bacteria in the Raritan River, a body of water people regularly use for fishing, kayaking, canoeing, catching bait fish, crabbing, wading and swimming, said Michele Bacs in an email with The Daily Targum.
Two crime incidents were reported off-campus early morning on Saturday, between the hours of 2 and 3 a.m., Chief of the Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) Kenneth Cop stated in a University-wide email yesterday.
White House officials will be visiting the campuses of research universities across the country to discuss the potential theft of intellectual property and national security secrets from countries like China, according to an article by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
The agenda for this week’s Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) will include passing resolutions to fund the RUSA kick-off barbecue and to grant the Meal Swipes for Charity Program to the Rutgers Student Food Pantry, among other things, according to an agenda sent to The Daily Targum.
With a yearly budget of approximately $12 million for buses at Rutgers University—New Brunswick, Rutgers admits that there have been delays due to buses breaking down, said Dory Devlin, a University spokesperson, to The Daily Targum.
University President Robert L. Barchi fully supports developing a plan to reach carbon neutrality at Rutgers University by 2030, which is one of the demands of the Central Jersey Climate Coalition (CJCC), a group of students, faculty and members of the local community who plan on participating in the Global Climate Strike this Friday.
The Rutgers American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers' (AAUP-AFT) executive council has unanimously voted on a resolution endorsing the Central Jersey Climate Coalition (CJCC) and the Global Climate Strike on Friday, Sept. 20, said David Hughes, treasurer of the Rutgers AAUP-AFT and a professor in the Department of Anthropology.
Rutgers is celebrating the completion of two mega-buildings, with the RWHJBarnabas Health Athletic Performance Center (RWJHAPC) and the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center (NBPAC) both being built for a total of more than $250 million.
Rutgers Athletics unveiled its new RWJBarnabas Health Athletic Performance facility yesterday. The building will serve as a recruitment tool intended to compete with top-performing Big Ten programs, as it has expansive practice areas for men’s and women’s basketball, wrestling and gymnastics, as well as coach and student athlete offices and locker rooms and sports medicine clinical care centers.
With the launch of the RWJBarnabas Health Athletic Performance, the University will be making sure approximately 700 student athletes have access to state-of-the-art facilities. Yet, Rutgers Athletics will also be making sure that the fans’ gameday experience remains stat-of-the-art as well, said Athletic Director Pat Hobbs in an interview with The Daily Targum.
A New Jersey bill that would impose stricter penalties on those found guilty of hazing has been approved by a state Senate committee, according to NJ Advance Media.
Although awareness for sexual assault resources has increased more than 200% since the last iSPEAK survey in 2016, the number of men and women who have reported experiencing any unwanted sexual contact has also risen, according to the iSPEAK survey results released yesterday.
Rutgers’ New Jersey Center of Gun Violence Research has announced eight studies on gun violence and prevention to be led by University faculty, according to a press release.
The Office of Student Health acknowledges that mental health can be an issue for any college student, and in a University-wide email sent out on Friday, the office highlighted its resources and urged people struggling to reach out.
The University’s presidential search committee will be holding a town hall at the Livingston Student Center this Thursday, Sept. 12, from 6 to 8 p.m., the committee announced in a University-wide email late last week.
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) is proposing the state make changes to its tax incentives law, as recent reports and state testimony have suggested that the current incentive program is wasting money on projects that do not create job growth, which the long-standing law was intended to do, according to NJ Advance Media.
Rutgers will pay the search firm R. William Funk & Associates $165,000 to help the search committee in its quest for the University’s 21st president, according to NJ Advance Media.
To motivate students into getting meningitis B vaccinations, the University will be holding a raffle for students who are up to date with their vaccinations will be entered into a give away five $500 Visa gift cards, said Jeanne Bernard, assistant director of marketing for Health & Wellness.
The University Board of Governors has begun its search for University President Robert L. Barchi’s successor, with an announcement for the Rutgers community to give its input. The members of the official search committee have also been announced.
From July 2018 to June 2019, Rutgers—New Brunswick took in $2,794,998.73 from parking ticket payments, according to a document The Daily Targum received via an Open Public Records request.