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Evidence in a case alleging a former Rutgers football player attempt to kill his ex-girlfriend’s parents has been thrown out by a Middlesex County New Jersey Superior Court judge, according to an article on NJ Advance Media.
Rutgers still has ways it must improve on how it conducts sexual assault investigations at the Office of Employment Equity (OEE), said two Rutgers alumni still involved with the organization End Assault at Rutgers.
Rutgers researchers have released a study that found those getting treated for opioid addiction were more likely to relapse if they were more tolerant of risky behaviors and situations, according to a University press release.
Head football coach Greg Schiano — standing alongside Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.), Rutgers University President Robert L. Barchi, Board of Governor Greg Brown and Rutgers Athletics Director Pat Hobbs — held an introductory press conference at the Hale Center on Busch campus on Wednesday.
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.
Robert W. Snyder, a professor of American studies and journalism at Rutgers University—Newark, has been appointed as the next Manhattan Borough Historian, a position that documents and educates the public on the history of New York, according to an article on the School of Arts and Sciences—Newark website.
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.
The Rutgers University—New Brunswick chapter of the New Jersey Public Interest Research Group (NJPIRG) has obtained enough "yes" votes in five schools to maintain funding from their students’ term bills, according to an NJPIRG Fall 2019 Referendum Certification document shared with The Daily Targum via the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) Oversight Committee.
Joyce Carol Oates, an American author who has won the National Book Award and the National Humanities Medal, will be joining the English Department at Rutgers University—New Brunswick as a visiting distinguished professor for the Spring 2020 semester, according to an article on the School of Arts and Sciences website.
The University said the Rutgers student who allegedly committed a racist verbal attack at Syracuse University could possibly face disciplinary action, said Neal Buccino, a University spokesperson, in a statement to The Daily Targum.
The Rutgers Climate Institute held its 14th annual Climate Symposium at the Livingston Student Center yesterday, where it showcased the University faculty and its colleagues’ research and reasoning to support the Green New Deal (GND).
Online platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Google are struggling to identify what ways are acceptable for companies and reporters to direct online traffic to their sites, according to a University press release.
Five adult day care workers were indicted last week for abusing two clients, according to an article on WNBC.
Rutgers has been awarded “Greatest Growth in Student Voter Turnout” in the Big Ten Voting Challenge (BTVC) for its increase in student voter registration over the past four years, according to a University press release.
Rutgers alumnus Jimmy McMenamin has gone from graffiti tagging freight trains to earning thousands of dollars for his artwork within a decade, according to an article from The Philadelphia Inquirer
University President Robert L. Barchi commemorated Veterans Day in a University-wide email yesterday.
Tariq Bhatti, a Ph.D. candidate at the Rutgers School of Graduate Studies, continues his studies in chemistry at Rutgers, looking for sustainable solutions, according to an article on Rutgers Today.
Jeffrey Dowd, a professor in the Department of Sociology, said one of the problems that he addresses in his class is student debt. One of the questions commonly asked by students is why the University continues to raise tuition prices.
In front of the Board of Governors meeting yesterday afternoon, the faculty union picketed in order to get health insurance, raises, more diversity hiring from underrepresented groups and pay equity across all three campuses of Rutgers.