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Here at the University, which this year boasts the largest
student body in its history, some may feel little more than a
number. We are enrolled in an overwhelmingly large institution,
with more than 100 majors, five campuses and even one of the
biggest busing systems in the nation. When you walk on campus —
whether as a first-year or a senior like me — you certainly get
that big, state-school feel. Especially when everyone dons those
free scarlet red football T-shirts.
Due to Hurricane Irene, New Brunswick Mayor Jim Cahill signed an
emergency declaration restricting travel in the city to emergency
response personnel until 6 a.m. tomorrow, according to a city
I remember the first time I saw a news van roll onto the College
Avenue campus. It was the end of September last semester, and I had
just walked out of my "Investigative Reporting" class. My phone was
flashing uncontrollably, and the emails and voice messages were
piling up. This could only mean one thing — something big had
happened, and I needed to get to the office or any available
computer as soon as possible.
The Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) is investigating
the unknown source of a firearms discharge that was reported on
Sunday between 2:15 a.m. and 2:20 a.m., according to a crime alert
emailed last night to the University community.
The New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD) and the Rutgers
University Police Department (RUPD) are investigating a confirmed
shooting, which occurred at about 1:50 a.m. on Saturday in the area
of 32 College Ave., the night of the University's annual
Rutgersfest concert and carnival.
The Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) confirmed two
additional shootings that occurred late last night after the annual
A male exposed himself to individuals on two separate dates in
the Mabel Smith Douglass Library on Douglass campus.
Members of the University's sector of the New Jersey United
Students (NJUS) will have to counter a dreary weather forecast and
traditional student apathy to yield a large turnout tomorrow for
the first ‘Walk into Action.'
Thirteen may be an unlucky number, but not for the members of
Rutgers University Dance Marathon.
For University students questioning why this year's Rutgersfest
had only two performers when the Rutgers University Programming
Association (RUPA) announced the line up last month, don't worry —
there is a third.
His mission was simple — to help children get clean water.
The University and city of New Brunswick have a strong
connection with Japan, suffering the catastrophic effects of the
March 11 earthquake and tsunami, dating back to the 1860s.
William Parisio of Greaves Place in Cranford, N.J., was arrested
and charged with the homicide of University student Pamela
The University for the first time next year will allow men to
live with women under certain conditions in three on-campus
A Highland Park resident was arrested for stabbing two
University students Saturday morning soon after midnight.
Amtrak's proposal to create a $13.5 million rail line expansion
may not only increase service along the Northeast Corridor rail
line — it may also boost the local economy.
Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives released plans
to cut millions in funding from the federal college financial aid
grant, the Pell Grant.
President Barack Obama echoed his plans to "Win the Future"
yesterday at a middle school in Baltimore, Md., where he presented
his budget proposal for the 2012 fiscal year.
While reporting for an article to appear in The Daily Targum,
one interviewee stopped — in the middle of relaying his emotional
tale of living on campus as a gay male — and looked me in the
Many of the city's classic single and two-family homes — along
with some on the University's "Frat Row" on Union Street — are
being renovated to fit students' changing needs.