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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.
Rep. Frank Pallone (D-N.J.) announced that Rutgers has been awarded two grants from the National Science Foundation (NSF) totaling $883,635, according to a press release from his office.
Twelve Rutgers student activists who were charged on multiple disorderly persons offense charges for interrupting a Board of Governors' meeting in December 2017 pleaded guilty on Monday, receiving a $750 fine each, according to an article from northjersey.com.
Due to the polar vortex over the last couple of weeks, which produced feel-like temperatures below zero degrees Fahrenheit, Rutgers—New Brunswick has experienced several water-related issues and damages.
The Center on Policing at Rutgers has entered a new national partnership with IJIS Institute and the National Policing Foundation, according to Business Wire.
The Rutgers Student Food Pantry in New Brunswick has seen the number of food insecure students more than double coming in for meals in the last five months of 2018, compared to the previous two years combined.
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 Patch.com. The charges stem from when he struck 19-year-old Cory Aufiero, a Rutgers Business School sophomore, on George Street on Sept. 28.
Mason Gross School of the Arts has begun a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) program, which will allow graduate students to research topics and content for projects in a deeper way, said Jacqueline Thaw, an associate professor in Design at Mason Gross.
The New Jersey Film Festival for the Spring 2019 semester begins today. For the next three weeks, independent films will play almost every night at Voorhees Hall on College Avenue.
The Rutgers Solar Car Team has obtained its first solar-powered vehicle from Stanford University, which it will work on to ultimately use in the Formula Sun Grand Prix race in July.
New Jersey became one of the few states in the nation to pass an individual mandate requiring residents to buy health insurance or pay an additional amount on their state income tax.
A wellness initiative throughout New Brunswick, which aims to promote healthier diets for much of the city’s poor and immigrant populations, has been aided by the Rutgers community.
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.
The wettest year on record for New Jersey was 2018, with a statewide average of 64.3 inches of precipitation, said David Robinson, a distinguished professor in the Department of Geography and state climatologist.
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.
Rutgers—New Brunswick came in second place this year at the College National Fed Challenge in Washington, D.C. behind Yale University.
A new building, the Barbara and Gary Rodkin Center for Academic Success, was approved at Rutgers University's Board of Governors meeting on Thursday.
Thomas Sokolowski, one of the founders of the art activist organization Visual AIDS and director of the Zimmerli Art Museum, participated in an interview with The Daily Targum about his experiences as an activist at the peak of the AIDS epidemic.
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.
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos recently proposed a change to Title IX requirements that would narrow schools’ obligations to respond to sexual misconduct allegations, according to The Seattle Times.