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Julie Hermann
Rutgers Athletic Director Julie Hermann (Getty Images)
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Hermann Has Not Considered Resigning As Rutgers A.D.

Julie Hermann has not considered resigning as Rutgers' incoming athletic director following reports that  16 years ago she humiliated and emotionally abused players while coaching Tennessee's women's volleyball team.

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Julie Hermann looks on before being introduced as Rutgers Athletic Director.  (Photo by Rich Schultz /Getty Images)
Julie Hermann looks on before being introduced as Rutgers Athletic Director. (Photo by Rich Schultz /Getty Images)
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New Rutgers Athletic Director Promises Culture Change [AUDIO]

After the previous Rutgers Athletic Director Tim Pernetti was forced to resign following the firing of basketball coach Mike Rice, for abusing his players, new Athletic Director, Julie Hermann, is promising changes will be made at the university.

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6ABC Kids at Shmacked just havin' a good time!
6ABC Kids at Shmacked just havin' a good time!
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Shmacked College Kids Rioting – Do Cops Provoke Them or Are They Just Out of Control? [POLL]

Last month it was Delafest ,the party that eventually turned into a riot when cops showed up amid reports indicated that revelers were creating an unsafe atmosphere.

You remember how Rutgers students were atop roofs in danger of collapse, and once the cops showed, they began

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Rutgers University President Robert L. Barchi
Rutgers University President Robert L. Barchi (Andy Marlin/Getty Images)
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NJ Voters Disapprove Of The Huge Rutgers Payouts [AUDIO]

In the wake of the basketball program scandal, Rutgers forked over a combined total of $2.1 million to fired coach Mike Rice, and Athletic Director Tim Pernetti and University Attorney John Wolf, both of whom resigned.

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Rutgers Head Coach Mike Rice
Former Rutgers Head Coach Mike Rice (Chris Trotman, Getty Images)
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NJ Bill Would Cap Payouts for Problematic Public Workers [AUDIO]

Including health benefits, pensions and some other perks, Rutgers University paid out a combined total of almost $2.1 million to athletic director Tim Pernetti, lawyer John B. Wolf (resigned) and basketball coach Mike Rice (fired).

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Brian Brecht (Rutgers)
Brian Brecht (Rutgers)
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Rutgers Lacrosse Coach Suspended Amid Verbal Abuse Allegations

Rutgers University has suspended its head men's lacrosse coach as it investigates allegations of verbal abuse.

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Eddie Jordan (Getty Images)
Eddie Jordan (Getty Images)
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Eddie Jordan, Rutgers Reach Agreement

Rutgers is turning to one of its greatest players to lead the basketball program out of one of its darkest hours and into a future that will see it enter the Big Ten Conference in 2014.

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Rutgers President Dr. Rober Barchi
Rutgers President Dr. Rober Barchi (Andy Marlin/Getty Images)
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Rutgers President Barchi to Answer Budget Questions

Rutgers President Robert Barchi is set to go before an Assembly budget panel, when he may be asked about payouts given to three university officials ousted during a basketball coaching scandal.

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Jorge Reina Schement (Image courtesy of Rutgers University)
Jorge Reina Schement (Image courtesy of Rutgers University)
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Rutgers Names V.P. of Institutional Diversity

Rutgers University has appointed one of its deans to lead an institutional diversity initiative.

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Rutgers Right To Fire Mike Rice, NJ Residents Say [AUDIO]

Despite firing him, Rutgers is still reeling from the release of video footage showing men's basketball coach Mike Rice throwing basketballs at his players, kicking them and yelling profanities and homophobic slurs.

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