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Black History Month is a celebration of Black people and their many achievements throughout our nation’s history. The month is dedicated to celebrating figures such as Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Rutgers’s own Paul Robeson for their contributions to American society.
Many scoff at the idea of representation in film and television, not realizing the importance of a diverse set of characters, whether that be in race, religious background, economic background or gender.
University President Robert L. Barchi’s Task Force on Carbon Neutrality and Climate Resistance held a town hall on Feb. 12 over in response to climate strikes and protests enveloping both the campus and country.
Former Vice President Joe Biden attacked Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.) over the behavior of the latter’s supporters, according to The New York Times.
Valentine’s Day, like all modern holidays, has become a widely commercialized holiday, with the average amount spent on gifts increasing by $60 over the past decade.
Rutgers students held a protest due to the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) written by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government, which many view as an active attempt to discriminate against Muslims and other ethnic groups that have historically been deemed undesirable by a nationalist Indian government.
The Daily Targum inducted its 152nd editorial board on Friday, with this edition of the paper marking the first under new leadership.
Impeachment, as a political process, is a method of indicting a president for high crimes and misdemeanors and an act defined by politically and legally vague terminology.
At the time of this writing, the 2020 Iowa Democratic caucuses are still in turmoil, with multiple candidates proclaiming victory, polling apps proving dysfunctional and the Democratic base — and general public — wholly confused at what exactly just happened.
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) is in the market for vaccines, research and, apparently, one of the most critical aspects of the medical field — elementary schools.
With the coronavirus potentially spreading into New Jersey, students are best advised to remain vigilant regarding their health.
While a newspaper, or any other source of news, endorsing a political candidate may seem a natural, if not inevitable occurrence at first — after all, those who work in the media, biased or not, have access to contemporary and topical information — the truth of the matter is that journalistic institutions should abstain from endorsing candidates.
Joining the national hysteria regarding vaping and its potential ailments is Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) and his colleagues embodying the state legislator.
For the first time in its 253-year history, Rutgers University will have a Black President.
Rutgers students — and college students around the nation — are near-universally enduring “finals season,” the highly stressful conclusion of the semester.
Workers' unions really are not a partisan issue, and there is no reason anybody — aside from the uber-rich — should be opposed to their existence, assuming the union in question is operating with integrity.
New Brunswick has launched a program to aid the homeless called “Make It Count,” according to WCTC radio station.
With the announcement of Greg Schiano's return as the Rutgers head football coach — a position he held from 2001 until 2011 — the Department of Athletics has taken a step to rekindle some of the former glory that the football team bestowed upon the University during Schiano’s first term here.
A New Jersey bill could prohibit certain criticisms of Israel at public schools, such as Rutgers, according to NJ Advance Media.
The Rutgers Climate Institute held its 14th annual Climate Symposium on Livingston campus on Wednesday, according to The Daily Targum.