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NJPIRG wins some schools in its referendum, RUSA announces

(12/02/19 5:00am)

The Rutgers University—New Brunswick chapter of the New Jersey Public Interest Research Group (NJPIRG) has obtained enough "yes" votes in five schools to maintain funding from their students’ term bills, according to an NJPIRG Fall 2019 Referendum Certification document shared with The Daily Targum via the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) Oversight Committee. 

Rutgers, Princeton awards NJ congressman for support of scientific research

(11/25/19 4:46am)

Rep. Frank Pallone (D-N.J.) was awarded The Science Coalition’s Champion of Science Award by Rutgers University, Princeton University and The Science Coalition for his leadership, support and commitment to environmental science and medical research conducted at universities in New Jersey and across the nation, according to an article on Rutgers Today.

Rutgers to have award-winning author Joyce Carol Oates teach class in Spring 2020

(11/25/19 4:49am)

Joyce Carol Oates, an American author who has won the National Book Award and the National Humanities Medal, will be joining the English Department at Rutgers University—New Brunswick as a visiting distinguished professor for the Spring 2020 semester, according to an article on the School of Arts and Sciences website. 

Rutgers' last home game of season ends in loss to Michigan State

(11/25/19 1:09am)

As the Rutgers football team took the field at SHI Stadium one last time in the program’s game against Michigan State on Saturday afternoon, certain members of the Scarlet Knights (2-9, 0-8) were able to relish in the pregame ceremonies that would give the seniors a heartwarming reunion with their family members at the center of the field.

Rutgers Ecological Preserve offers outdoor opportunities

(11/25/19 4:51am)

The recent reports of an aggressive coyote on Livingston campus put the Rutgers University Ecological Preserve and Natural Teaching Area in the spotlight. The preserve is a 360-acre wooded area that boasts scenic views and multiple hiking trails. It serves as a setting for public events, learning opportunities and an environment for a quiet walk.