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Neha Musipatla, a School of Arts and Sciences first-year student and Piscataway resident, was pronounced dead Monday evening, said Richard L. Edwards, chancellor at Rutgers-New Brunswick, in an email statement sent to all members of the Rutgers community the evening of Dec. 11.
The semester’s first Board of Governors meeting, held two months ago at Rutgers-Camden, was a quiet affair. Of the several rows of seats, only the first was filled.
Since the deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and Eric Garner in Staten Island, New York, discontent between police officers and citizens has risen to a high boil.
Approximately 250 students and community protesters flocked to the Douglass Student Center Dec. 5 to protest the Staten Island grand jury decision to not indict Officer Daniel Pantaleo for causing the death of unarmed black man Eric Garner.
As a first-year student in college more than 15 years ago, James Whitney III experienced more hardships than his average peer.
Similar to policies recently implemented by Cornell, Columbia, Harvard, Virginia Tech and the State University of New York system, Rutgers issued a statement Friday banning students and faculty from traveling to Ebola-affected countries — Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Mali — for University-sanctioned research, study abroad and business purposes.
First-year students may have experienced more difficulties than usual when registering for classes last Wednesday.
There has not been a single storm quite as strong and deadly as Hurricane Sandy since it swept across the East Coast in 2012. But in order to better protect people and towns from future natural disasters, Janne Lindqvist created a mobile application that would help prevent widespread power outages in coming years.
Turmoil in the Middle East is nothing new. News about Egypt, Israel, Palestine and Syria are daily occurrences, and the media reports one ISIS beheading after another.
In the future, students may no longer have to struggle to use up their remaining meal swipes during the last week of the semester.
When it comes time to register for classes, students are seated at their computers with their forefingers over their computer mice, ready to strike “register” faster than a cobra spits venom.
NEWARK, N.J. — Winning with 56.01 percent of the vote, Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) spoke at the Best Western Plus Robert Treat Hotel Ballroom last night, where he accepted his Senate victory.
Rapper Lil B raised eyebrows in 2011 when he released his album, “I’m Gay (I’m Happy),” then went on record stating he never had interest in men and was attracted to women. At the same time, he claimed he was still both heterosexual and gay.
When Ohio’s Antioch College revised their 1993 Sexual Offense Prevention Policy requiring students to clearly ask for consent during each step of any sexual encounter — from the initial touching and kissing to the eventual foreplay — Antioch became the butt of several jokes.
The body of Paul Kim, a 20-year-old School of Arts and Sciences junior from Fairview, New Jersey, was found washed up in the Hudson River in New York City Tuesday morning, according to nj.com.
Kale, chia, quinoa and blueberries are touted as a few of the nature’s “superfoods.” Ilya Raskin may have just created another one.
Richard Riman, distinguished professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, was inducted into the New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame at its annual awards dinner last Thursday.
Rutgers United Students Against Sweatshops members walked to the Old Queens building on the College Avenue campus on Tuesday, holding letters and copies of The Daily Targum.
Luma Hasan said after the Condoleezza Rice protests last May, the administration treated her “like a child” and gave the protestors a “dismissive” attitude.