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A letter to a particular type of social media user who most of us certainly follow.
The Rutgers gymnastics team is having its best start to the season since 2014, and it doesn’t look like the Scarlet Knights are slowing down anytime soon.
The Rutgers wrestling team captured victories in all 125-pound bouts but was unable to come up with a team win over the weekend against Cornell and Big Ten rival Penn State.
On Dec. 3, head football coach Greg Schiano was officially named as the next person to usher in the newest era of Rutgers football.
The New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD) and the Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) are investigating two separate robberies that occurred on Friday, Jan. 3, according to two university-wide crime alerts.
The roof of Rutgers–New Brunswick’s central heating and cooling plant, located on Busch campus, caught fire on Jan. 3, said University spokesperson Neal Buccino.
The Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) issued a crime alert for an aggravated assault that occurred on Jan. 1 at approximately 2:20 a.m., according to a university-wide email. The assault took place on George Street between New Street and Morris Street.
In our most recent print issue of The Daily Targum, “Perspectives,” we reviewed the major stories of the Fall 2019 semester. We released an article, “Climate movements come to campus,” detailing the activities of the Central Jersey Climate Coalition (CJCC) on campus this past semester. The article included a picture taken from the Rutgers Scarlet NAACP’s Rally Against Racism & For Black Solidarity with the photo caption explaining the CJCC’s endorsement of the rally’s message.
The Board of Governors held a meeting on Dec. 17 and various members of the Rutgers community attended to discuss different issues.
In its first Big Ten matchup of the season, the Rutgers men’s basketball team suffered a 77-65 loss at No. 11 Michigan State on Sunday night. The momentum was going back and forth throughout much of the game, with four lead changes.
In a recent vote by the New Jersey General Assembly’s higher education committee — whether to fund a special care treatment center at the Rutgers School of Dental Medicine — three members voted against the funds due to football head coach Greg Schiano’s contract, according to an article on NJ Advance Media.
Despite the loss versus Michigan State, graduate student forward Akwasi Yeboah had his breakout game in a challenging environment to play in. Suffering its 10th loss in a row against the Spartans (6-3), the Rutgers men’s basketball team did have some positive takeaways from a double-digit loss in Michigan.
Rutgers still has ways it must improve on how it conducts sexual assault investigations at the Office of Employment Equity (OEE), said two Rutgers alumni still involved with the organization End Assault at Rutgers.
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) recently opened the doors to a newly redesigned emergency department.
As winter approaches, heat has become a major issue on the campuses at Rutgers University. Feeling cold can cause problems for both student and faculty health such as catching a cold or a virus such as the flu or pneumonia.
On Dec. 8, a vigil for Dr. Priyanka Reddy, who was killed in India last week, was held on the College Avenue campus.
When we have disagreements with others, one of the first things we hear is that people see what they want to see and believe what they want to believe.
Hollywood actress Gabrielle Union was recently fired from NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” over alleged discriminatory remarks that have now been publicized. A studio investigation has since launched to examine its so-called “toxic” culture.
The College Avenue Community Church served lunch to food-insecure students from Nov. 4 to Nov. 15 as part of the Community Cafe initiative. The two-week pilot program was sponsored by Rutgers Student Affairs, Rutgers Student Food Pantry, Rutgers Cooperative Extension and Rutgers Against Hunger.