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Vote "yes" for The Daily Targum. I could repeat the same line that is decades old. I am sure, if you are reading this, you are aware of the referendum. However, most students are unfamiliar with what it means. The referendum is the way the University and former editors decided to maintain an independent newspaper. It is the direct will of the students. It is important to understand that the University has no influence over the Targum — it is a creation of idealistic and bright-eyed students. Students with a passion for balanced editorial content. Students who take pride in bringing you information from the salaries of every employee to the changing of the buses. This is rare and valuable.
With the signing of the new Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights, the
first of its kind to set deadlines on school teachers and
administrators to combat bullying, the University is now taking
steps to adjust their own policy.
Being a full-time student can feel like a full-time job. But for
one University student, balancing school and an internship pays off
in more ways than one.
With Rush Week underway, sororities and fraternities will be
scrutinized by the University to ensure hazing and mistreatment of
pledges is kept under control.
Relief is here for those who traveled long and far to visit the
Sonic in Southern New Jersey - the popular fast food chain opened a
new franchise Dec. 7 at Route 27 in Franklin Park.
City council members unanimously approved a resolution to add an
additional 38 new units of affordable housing to the Gateway
Building now underway downtown.
In an effort to clean up the city, New Brunswick is turning to
its residents to do their part in keeping litter off the