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How Isaiah Wharton molded Avery Young into new leader of Rutgers secondary

(08/22/19 12:23am)

In football, availability is often cited as the best ability. In 2018, alumnus and current Minesota Vikings defensive back Isaiah Wharton became only the second Rutgers football team corner to make 48 consecutive starts. The first was alumnus Courtney Greene, who achieved the mark exactly one decade earlier. 














Cap and Gown: Jennifer Meade graduates after 6 years

(05/21/19 3:57am)

Jennifer Meade, School of Arts and Sciences senior majoring in astrophysics, will be stepping on the stage this May after six years in school. In an interview with The Daily Targum, she spoke about switching majors just before graduating two years ago, starting the outreach program for Space Technology Association at Rutgers (STAR) and completing her research thesis for both majors. 



Cap and Gown: Out of college, into real world

(05/21/19 4:01am)

After graduation, the Class of 2019 will no longer be centered at Rutgers, but instead scattered around the globe. Some students will be directly entering the workforce, starting new jobs, internships or fellowships. Others will be continuing their education by going to graduate school. Others still may focus on family, relationships or buying a house. 




EDITORIAL: Insensitive tuition increase reflects U.'s decline

(05/04/19 1:23am)

We cannot simply withdraw into a dark age of disconnection and disengagement. We are no longer just the beneficiaries of the generations before us waiting for a seat at the table, and we are no longer mere bystanders to the political discourse in this country. We are members of the Rutgers community, a microcosm of the world in which we cannot blindly inherit the corrosive trends of our declining direction.