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Would you Want Bobby Petrino At Rutgers? [POLL]

Arkansas has fired head coach Bobby Petrino over an affair he had with a girl half his  age, and giving her a job on campus. This all came to light when Petriino tried to cover her involvement in a motorcycle accident he was involved in. The former Atlanta Falcons coach is a married father of four and has in a statement said “The simplest response I have is I’m sorry, Those two words seem inadequate but that is my heart.”

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Dr. Robert L. Barchi
New Rutgers President Dr. Robert L. Barchi (Rutgers)
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Rutgers Names New School President

Rutgers University has named Robert Barchi  the 20th president of New Jersey's flagship school.

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Robert Barchi (Photo courtesy of Thomas Jefferson University)
Robert Barchi (Photo courtesy of Thomas Jefferson University)
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New Rutgers President Apparently Selected

The outgoing president of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia will apparently become the new leader of New Jersey's flagship public university.

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Rutgers “Bias” – Act 2 – Ravi Redux? [POLL]

Is it possible that history is repeating itself on the campus of Rutgers?

This time it’s in the form of an article that had appeared in The Daily Medium, the satirical version of the The Daily Targum, the university's traditional student newspaper

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New Rutgers President Could Be Selected Within Month

The next president of Rutgers University will be chosen from a slate of three to six finalists that includes at least one woman and no one who currently works in New Jersey, the chairman of the search committee said Friday.

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Would You Be in Favor of One, State-Run University in NJ? [POLL]

Earlier today (3/27), Jim was discussing the latest outrage over the Rowan/ Rutgers merger. Jim suggested that maybe NJ should adopt a model for the State University much like California and New York.

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Dharum Ravi leaves courtroom following verdict
Dharum Ravi leaves Middlesex County courtroom following verdict. (WNBC)
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Dharun Ravi “Sorry About Tyler Clementi”

The former Rutgers University student convicted in the webcam spying case that ended in his gay roommate's suicide says he was insensitive, but not biased.

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NJ State Lawmakers Unsure Higher Ed Merger Needs Their OK

A legislative panel hearing testimony on a proposal to reorganize New Jersey's higher education system isn't sure the merger plan requires their approval.

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(L-R) Lead prosecution attorney Julia McClure and Middlesex County District Attorney Bruce Kaplan with the Clementi family (seated) following verdict. (WNBC)
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Alternate Juror Disagrees With Ravi Verdict

An alternate juror in the trial of a former Rutgers University student convicted in a webcam spying episode that ended in his gay roommate's suicide says he disagrees with the verdict.

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Dharun Ravi Found Guilty on Some Charges in Rutgers Webcam Spy Trial

The jury has found Dharun Ravi guilty of some charges.  Please check more soon for further updates.   Ravi, a former Rutgers University student, is accused of using a webcam to spy on his roommate's tryst with another man days before the roommate committed suicide.

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