Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of The Daily Targum's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
1000 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
What an entertaining start to the 2019 NFL season. Week one was an emotional roller coaster for many fantasy owners worldwide. We witnessed the complete and utter collapse of the Cleveland Browns, along with a couple of thrilling performances by unlikely candidates.
After two road losses for the Rutgers field hockey team, it will finally head home for another ranked match against No. 9 Delaware. The Blue Hens (4-0) swept their opponents and will present a challenge to the No. 21 Scarlet Knights (2-2).
The first year of the head coach Jim McElderry era had gotten off to an unexpected start. Despite boasting a large freshman class and a grueling three-game road trip, the Rutgers men's soccer team came into its home opener against Binghamton last night on a three-game winning streak — its first in 23 years.
When I asked my mother what she remembered from Sept. 11, 2001, she tried not to swallow her words. Her tone changed, and even over the phone, I knew this was a difficult day to remember.
The 2019 Rutgers Hall of Fame class was announced today, and it recognizes three accomplished individuals and two historic teams in the history of the University, but what it lacks is any women.
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.
Earlier this week, Marybeth Gasman, who directed the Center for Minority-Serving Institutions at the University of Pennsylvania, started a new job at Rutgers earning $250,000 a year, 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.
Two recent studies by Rutgers researchers found a link between depression and chronic health conditions in more than 50% of elderly Chinese-American immigrants.
Fall is finally here! While the season might boast of back-to-school, pumpkin-flavored everything and Thanksgiving, for college students, fall is most commonly synonymous with two things: cuffing and Netflix.
It's no secret that climate change is one of the most pressing issues today. With a problem this large, it's hard to imagine how big of a difference a single person can make in their everyday lives to help stave off the disastrous effects of climate change.
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.
Yesterday, Rutgers began hosting a three-day Career & Internship Mega Fair, expecting record-breaking attendance, according to Rutgers Today.
Last year, The Daily Targum reported that Rutgers placed 56 out of 312 nationally ranked universities by U.S. News & World Report, 13 spots higher than the previous year. The University also outranked Pennsylvania State University last year by three spots, the first time it has done so since the rankings started in 1988, and beat out the University of Connecticut and the University of Maryland.
In an email to the Rutgers community, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Barbara Lee announced that the University was taking measures to study sexual misconduct and prevent future incidents.
Many evils drag themselves across the ends of the earth.
During the week of July 15, one of the most revolutionary scientific breakthroughs would have occurred.
The United States rests right now on a significant moral fault line.
In the Rutgers field hockey team's most recent win over Delaware on Sept. 30, 2018, two Netherlands natives jumped on the scoreboard rather quickly. The Blue Hens' (4-0) Femke Strien opened the scoring 11 minutes in, but then alumnus back Linde van Schaik tied up the game 5 minutes later.
As the Rutgers women’s soccer team has gotten off to a strong start, the team has benefitted from excellent play all over the field. The No. 21 Scarlet Knights (5-0-1) have a deep roster both on defense and offense, which has allowed the team to stay fresh and play consistently.