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Christie visits Rutgers, discusses Bridgegate and working for the Trump campaign

(02/06/19 6:11am)

Former Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) spoke at an event hosted by the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Trayes Hall at the Douglass Student Center last night, sharing insight into his departure from the President Donald J. Trump transition team, his time as governor and stories from the national campaign trail. 

Driver indicted by grand jury for charges related to student death

(01/28/19 3:56am)

Thirty-six-year-old David Stewart has been indicted by a grand jury for vehicular homicide in the third degree and driving with a suspended license, according to The charges stem from when he struck 19-year-old Cory Aufiero, a Rutgers Business School sophomore, on George Street on Sept. 28. 

Rutgers professor returns after administrative leave amid sexual assault case

(01/20/19 11:26pm)

Nabil Adam, who previously worked as the vice chancellor for Research and Collaborations at Rutgers University—Newark, will return to an office at the Rutgers Business School in New Brunswick this semester after a paid administrative leave which began on Nov. 28, 2017, when the University began an investigation into whether he sexually assaulted and harassed one of his graduate students. 

Interim Chancellor Molloy talks job status, what he sees for Rutgers' future

(12/22/18 9:58pm)

The Daily Targum sat down with Interim Chancellor Christopher J. Molloy and a few members of his executive team on Dec. 11 for an interview. Topics such as Molloy’s job status, campus improvements, campus mold, marijuana legalization, student safety and the University's future were discussed.

Protestors at Rutgers Board meeting fight for new faculty contract, $15 wage for all employees

(12/07/18 3:10pm)

Hundreds of students and faculty picketed at Winants Hall on College Avenue before and during the Board of Governors meeting yesterday to demand a $15 minimum wage for all University employees and the state of current contract negotiations between faculty unions and the Rutgers administration.