The Rutgers University Student Assembly is working with administration and other student organizations to create a campus culture of safer drinking habits.
Early this week, I was watching a local news station and during its technology segment, it covered a hot new tech product.
As it has now been known, Barack Obama will be the 2016 commencement speaker on May 15.
I finished my tenure as The Daily Targum's editor-in-chief nearly 20 years ago after making it a daily part of my life, from the first week of my first year "on the Banks."
To the Editor: I can think of no better learning environment than the Targum. The on the job training I received did not just make me a better journalist while I was there — it has been the foundation of the skills I use today as the director of public and government affairs for AAA, as a council member in Lawrence Township, as a columnist and as a mother.
To the Editor: I am responding to Liz Kantor’s Feb. 4 letter to the editor, "Political correctness reveals basic level of kindness, respect."
To the Editor: This past week, the Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) issued a survey asking students to rate the performance of its officers.
To The Editor: A trip to New York City from New Jersey is, well, a trip.
To The Editor: As a Chinese exchange student majoring in journalism at Rutgers
Dear Editor: I wanted to applaud the Targum's assignment of a dart to the Board of Governors for awarding a $97,000 bonus to President Barchi.