A gas leak reported at the Campus Town construction site has caused the evacuation of several buildings.
Senior business major Ryan Alley passed away on Friday, March 23, after being seriously injured in a motor vehicle accident last week.
Dharun Ravi has been found guilty of 15 counts, stemming from his actions leading up to the suicide of his roommate in 2010.
The trial of former Rutgers student Dharun Ravi is underway in Middlesex County. Ravi’s roommate Tyler Clementi killed himself almost two years ago, and Ravi is now charged with a hate crime.
Alex Kates, a graduate of Cornell, spoke at the College about Planga, a new social networking site designed to inform college students of the events happening on their campus.
Robert Moses, a civil rights leader, spoke Thursday about the diminished quality in education in America. Moses demonstrated how America’s declining education system mirrored the struggle blacks faced for their rights in the 1960s.
Water Watch, a College club dedicated to helping the environment, presented an eye-opening documentary on the misuse of bottled water throughout the world on Monday, Dec. 5.
Trenton Police arrested a man found driving a Honda Civic that had previously been reported missing by a student at the College, according to an email sent out on Dec. 14 by Campus Police.
Joe Wenderoth took the microphone in his hands, stared for a few seconds at his audience, and said in his trademark voice that contains hints of lunacy: “Can you all hear me?”
The Signal talks to Kyle Smith, a WTSR DJ who interviewed artists, writers and musicians during a 24-hour broadcast from Thursday, Oct. 27 to Friday, Oct. 28.
The voter registration drive will take place Nov. 8, and the flag football tournament will be held on Nov. 13.