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University President Robert L. Barchi, in an interview with The Daily Targum last month, said Rutgers has finished contract negotiations with most of the faculty unions.
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Rutgers AAUP-AFT file lawsuit against University over Course Atlas dispute

The Rutgers American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT) held a meeting repudiating the University’s proposed Course Atlas software on Friday, passing a unanimous resolution to delay the implementation of the program until faculty is guaranteed an agreement with the University. 

Bartosz Skiba, a School of Arts and Sciences sophomore, is president of the Student Osteopathic Medical Association, which has recently been reestablished on campus after disbanding several years ago.
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Rutgers students launch new pre-med club

The Student Osteopathic Medical Association, better known as Pre-SOMA, was recently approved as a club for the 2019-2020 year, marking the return of the pre-med club which shut down several years ago.

Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) is asking for strategies for climate change resiliency. 
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NJ governor announces new climate change executive order

Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) signed an executive order on the seventh anniversary of Hurricane Sandy on Tuesday, intended to reform strategy to safeguard New Jersey against future threats of climate change, according to a video put out by the governor’s office.

As people put forward offerings to Lord Snipp at the tree’s trunk, including bananas, mozzarella sticks and a whole onion to name a few, others read spiritual remarks for their sanctified crustacean.
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Tree Lobster makes return to tree on Rutgers' campus

The Tree Lobster, better known as Lord Snipp by the Rutgers community, was placed back onto its perch Thursday night in a quasi-religious ceremony outside of Scott Hall on the College Avenue campus, garnering a crowd of students anticipating the return of Lord Snipp.

The Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) chief of University Police, Kenneth Cop, acknowledged the Livingston campus break-in at a Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) Town Hall on Thursday night, saying that students should practice "good basic measures" to help prevent future incidents. 
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Rutgers chief of police responds to Livingston incident last week

The Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) chief of University Police, Kenneth Cop, acknowledged the Livingston campus break-in at a Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) Town Hall on Thursday night, saying that students should practice "good basic measures" to help prevent future incidents. 

Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD), Chief of University Police Kenneth Cop.
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RUSA will have seat on RUPD officers evaluation board

A proposal is in the works to involve the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) to have an active part in selecting police officers for the Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD), Chief of University Police Kenneth Cop said at a RUSA Town Hall on Thursday evening.

The New York Times columnist and women’s historian Gail Collins spoke at Trayes Hall on Tuesday night.
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Rutgers hosts women's reporter, historian Gail Collins

The New York Times columnist and women’s historian Gail Collins spoke at Trayes Hall on Tuesday night, chronicling the saga of women’s equality in America, from Martha Washington, the former first lady of the United States, to her own personal anecdotes in the newsroom of The New York Times.

The crustaceans, one being a makeshift lobster made out of pinecones and tape, named “Boris” and the other named “Yellow Band Bobby,” for the yellow rubber bands wrapped around its claws, memorialize “Tree Lobster,” the tree’s previous inhabitant. 
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Students make 'pilgrimages' to tree lobster

Perched between tree branches in front of Scott Hall, two lobsters loom over students who walk by. Dozens make their pilgrimage to the crustaceans, bringing forth offerings and taking photos, as the destination has become the latest obsession among the Rutgers community.

Rutgers University—Newark professor Audrey Truschke is the subject of a second petition over her comments on Hindutva, a Hindu political ideology in India.
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Rutgers professor faces new petition that wants to arrest her

Prominent organizations and intellectuals have come out in support of Rutgers University—Newark professor Audrey Truschke, who has faced intense scrutiny and a barrage of online backlash for comments over Hindutva, a form of Hindu nationalism that seeks to make India exclusively Hindu.

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The event, Songs for Survivors: Exploring Men's Stories, was held at the Druskin Lounge of the Rutgers Honors College. Spoken word poets and musicians expressed domestic abuse that men experience, a reality that event organizers said often goes unnoticed.
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The event, Songs for Survivors: Exploring Men's Stories, was held at the Druskin Lounge of the Rutgers Honors College. Spoken word poets and musicians expressed domestic abuse that men experience, a reality that event organizers said often goes unnoticed.

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