Earlier this semester, it was reported that Nabil Adam had been cleared of multiple accusations and was being investigated for allegedly retaliating against his accuser. The University responded that it maintains confidentiality for all parties involved in the matter. 

Nabil Adam's former graduate student will not return as part-time lecturer

A former graduate student of Nabil Adam, the former vice chancellor for Research and Collaborations at Rutgers University—Newark, accused him of sexual assault during an 18-month sexual relationship. She said she has recently been prohibited from continuing to work as a part-time lecturer (PTL) at the University, according to a letter she sent to University President Robert L. Barchi, which The Daily Targum obtained from her as well. 

 Grade-ins are peaceful actions where instructors gather to grade students' work together. This year, the faculty union held the grade-in for part-time lecturers at Winants Hall on the College Avenue campus, which is also University President Robert L. Barchi's office. 

Rutgers PTLs hold grade-in in Winants Hall

The Rutgers American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT) held a grade-in for part-time lecturers (PTL) near University President Robert L. Barchi’s office yesterday in Winants Hall on the College Avenue campus. 

 On April 22, the Notre Dame Cathedral, which was built during the 12th century, caught on fire. Laura Weigert, director of Rutgers' Medieval Studies department, attributes the cause of the fire to possibly mechanical issues. 

Professor gives breakdown of Notre Dame Cathedral fire

The Notre-Dame Cathedral, an example of Gothic architecture that was built in France in the 12th century and was the tallest church built at the time, holds layers of history that are incorporated into its structure, said Laura Weigert, the director of Medieval Studies at Rutgers.

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