Records related to the cases of legal clinics at public law schools are not subject to New Jersey’s public records law, under a new state Supreme Court ruling.
TheApril Fools’ issue of Rutgers University’s satirical newspaper has promptedbacklash from the university’s president, all thanks to a fake editorial titled“What about the good things Hitler did?”
The annual Rutgers University Board ofGovernors meeting was temporarily closed to the public Tuesday night after itschairman ordered the installation of a folding door following a man’s outburstand chanting from members of the audience.
The Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) and the university's student newspaper, the Daily Targum, reached a compromise last week regarding the future of student newspaper subscription fees.
The Daily Targum at RutgersUniversity in New Brunswick, N.J., is awaiting a decision on whether studentswill be able to opt-out of paying a $9.75 student activity fee in support of thestudent paper.