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Despite the blizzard warnings and early campus closings, The Daily Targum elected its 145th editorial board Friday — and it took just 14 hours. The new board welcomes a series of challenges including — but not limited to — a questionable readership and dwindling reader interaction; the changing face of news competition in the age of social media, mobile news and continuous newsrooms; and a fast-approaching referendum campaign.
Firefighters responded to a one-story warehouse fire late last night on 366 Somerset St. in New Brunswick, near the border of Franklin Township.
The University Board of Governors approved a 2.5 percent increase in tuition and fees for in-state undergraduate students, as part of the 2012-2013 fiscal year budget, at its meeting on July 18 at Winants Hall on the Old Queens campus.
Two years after the suicide of Tyler Clementi, Dharun Ravi was found guilty of all 15 counts against him, including privacy invasion, bias intimidation, tampering with physical evidence and witness tampering. Ravi was not charged in connection with the suicide of Clementi, his former roommate.
University President Richard L. McCormick announced last year that he would step down as head of the University, and 11 years after he took office, he is making way for president-designate Robert Barchi.
University students with a passion to change the world or, at least, the New Brunswick community, have been the source of years of picket signs, marches, rallies and protests on the Banks.
University students set up camp at Voorhees Mall on the College Avenue campus yesterday, marking the 10th annual weeklong campaign against tuition hikes.
Next fall, students could be using touch screens to pick up their snail mail.
The massive “Excalibur,” the University’s own supercomputer and the only one available for commercial users in New Jersey, sits in the basement of the Busch campus Hill Center.
The tires underneath the University’s grease trucks, located on Lot 8 on the College Avenue campus, have been flat for more than 15 years.
Board members phoned in Friday night to a special Board of Governors meeting regarding the University presidential search.
A video, titled “KONY 2012,” went viral Tuesday night as it amassed more than 12 million online views in the past two days and surfaced on Twitter streams, Facebook feeds and blogs throughout the world.
Because of conflicting visions between the business owner and the museum director, Café Z, located at the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum on the College Avenue campus, is closing its doors.
Gov. Chris Christie outlined his third annual budget address for
the next fiscal year — with the intent to make New Jersey have an
economic “comeback” with tax cuts and increased funding for certain
government entities, like higher education.
TRENTON — After about two hours of forum in the State House, the
New Jersey State Legislature voted in favor of same-sex marriage.
But the discussion is far from over.
I started at the Targum with a penchant for photography and an
eagerness for a certain stress-induced feeling, fondly known as the
“newsroom high.” From there I found myself a spring-semester
first-year, and the photography editor for the Targum’s 142nd
editorial board. Today that newsroom high — often induced by
nightly deadline frustrations and the breaking news adrenaline rush
— is what pushes me to take the staff to the next level, as The
Daily Targum’s newest editor-in-chief.
A new lounge space opened this year for communal activities on
the ground level of Campbell Hall on the College Avenue campus
welcomed students moving into the building.
The millions of viewers who tuned in to CBS' pre-game coverage
of Super Bowl XLIV last night had the opportunity to watch the
Rutgers Symphony Orchestra and Sinfonia in a promotional teaser
with hip-hop artist Jay-Z.