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In the 2019 season, the Rutgers baseball team finished the year with a record of 20-31 overall and 9-14 in the Big Ten. Losing 6 of their final 7 games played, the Scarlet Knights capped off their fifth-straight nonwinning season with a sweep at the hands of No. 21 Indiana, a school that had come into the series 14 games more than .500.
Greg Schiano’s eight-year contract worth approximately $32 million has been approved by the Rutgers Board of Governors, allowing the University’s former head football coach to officially return to the position.
Former head coach C.J. Werneke of the Rutgers volleyball team will not have his tenure overlapped with new football team head coach Greg Schiano.
A multidrug resistant superbug has recently infected 141 people in New Jersey, according to an article from New Jersey 101.5.
Today, Rutgers University food pantries are participating in Giving Tuesday, a day when people around the world get together to give back to a charitable cause, according to the Rutgers University Foundation’s page for the event.
University President Robert L. Barchi declared a weather emergency for Rutgers due to adverse weather conditions on Monday, Dec. 2, according to a University-wide alert.
Singer-songwriter and New Jersey native Jon Bon Jovi will open his third restaurant location on Rutgers—Newark campus in January, according to an article from CBS News.
The Zimmerli Art Museum has partnered with KultureCity to make the programs and events held at the museum sensory inclusive, according to a University press release.
As part of Greg Schiano’s head coach contract, the new Rutgers football facility which he requested must be funded in part by private donors, according to an article from NJ Advance Media.
When there is change, you can either embrace it or run away from it. The Rutgers gymnastics team learned last year what change can do to a team that embraces a shift in leadership. Head coach Umme Salim-Beasley walked in with an entirely new staff and a vision to make the Scarlet Knights rise from the bottom of the Big Ten.
The Rutgers men’s basketball team has started off the season strong, all behind stellar defensive performances from many different players.
The front page of The Daily Targum from Nov. 20 hailed the availability of JUST Egg, an egg substitute made from mung beans, in the dining halls.
In my last column, I discussed my Libertarian views.
Recently an interview from 2016 resurfaced with Watchmen creator Alan Moore where he attacked the superhero industry that many of us have come to love. Moore himself is known for writing inverted versions of the superhero story as seen in his comic series “Watchmen,” which has since been turned an HBO series.
The “OK Boomer” phenomenon has taken the world, in reality and online, by storm. A joint effort of the millennials and Generation Z, this curt but powerful phrase has both offended and befuddled baby boomers. The kids of the ‘80s, ’90s and 2000s cannot help but feel like many baby boomers, especially those in power, do not truly understand the complexities of the world we are inheriting.
When sophomore guard Caleb McConnell played a 2018-19 season-high 30 minutes in the Rutgers men's basketball team's 5-point overtime loss at Illinois on Feb. 9, he contributed 25 points on an 8-for-10 shooting night.
With the announcement of Greg Schiano's return as the Rutgers head football coach — a position he held from 2001 until 2011 — the Department of Athletics has taken a step to rekindle some of the former glory that the football team bestowed upon the University during Schiano’s first term here.
One of the storylines during the Rutgers men’s basketball team's late-season resurgence last year was the promising play of the freshman class.
The Rutgers men’s basketball team picked up its third win in a row against UMass this past Thanksgiving weekend. Ironically, unlike their opponent, the Minutemen (5-3) suffered their third loss in a row against the Scarlet Knights (6-1).
Greg Schiano, former head coach of Rutgers football, has agreed to return to lead the struggling Big Ten Conference program pending the Rutgers Board of Governors' approval of the agreement, according to a statement released by Rutgers Athletics Director Pat Hobbs.