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The Daily Targum Nov 15
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Yesterday, OEE sent a letter informing Livingston that he is not in violation of Rutgers policy. When asked for comment, University Spokesperson Dory Devlin said, "OEE investigations are personnel actions and we (Rutgers) don't comment on personnel actions."
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The Daily Targum Nov 15
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Livingston appealed the decision on Aug. 8 — more than two months after his comments were first deleted. On Aug. 13, OEE affirmed its decision. On Aug. 29, Barchi called for the office to reevaluated its decision.
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The Daily Targum Nov 15
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The Daily Targum's record of the events:
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The Daily Targum Nov 15
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“I just went to Harlem Shake on 124 and Lenox for a Classic burger to go, that would be my dinner [sic], and the place is overrun with little Caucasian a**holes who know their parents will approve of anything they do,” he posted among other comments at the time.
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The Daily Targum Nov 15
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A recap of the events: James Livingston posts about his experience and the clientele at an NYC diner of Facebook.
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The Daily Targum Nov 15
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An excerpt from the letter sent by Director of the Office of Employment Equity Lisa Grosskreutz to James Livingston. — via Link to full document:
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The Daily Targum Nov 15
BREAKING: Rutgers has determined James Livingston did not violate its policy prohibiting discrimination and harassment after President Robert L. Barchi asked the Office of Employment Equity to reexamine its findings, according to the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.
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The Daily Targum Nov 14
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It was later confirmed he is indeed assessing his viability as a candidate in an interview with .
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The Daily Targum Nov 14
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Booker said he would consider running in 2020 over the holidays. "I’m taking a little break right now, getting back to work. Over the holidays I’ll give some thought to whether or not I will give my thought to running for president of the United States.”
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The Daily Targum Nov 14
New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker (D) came to Rutgers on Monday and announced plans to extend benefits of the GI bill. He discussed the need for improved educational benefits for veterans returning to school outside of the Veterans House on College Avenue.
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Hillary Clinton Nov 13
Tonight, won her 1,000th career victory as a basketball coach. She's just the ninth coach in the history of the sport to reach this milestone, the fifth NCAA Division 1 women's coach and the first African American. Congrats, Coach Stringer, and here’s to 1,001.
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Christina M. Tapper Nov 13
I covered the team for when I was a student at Rutgers. I learned so much from Coach Stringer. Salute!
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The Daily Targum Nov 9
Protesters gathered in front of city hall in Downtown New Brunswick yesterday to voice their disapproval of Matthew Whitaker, President Donald J. Trump’s chosen successor to former Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
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Christian Zapata Nov 8
Protesters in front of the Middlesex County Clerk’s office come together in one of numerous gatherings across the country protesting President Trump’s interference in the Mueller investigation.
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Christian Zapata Nov 6
projects Menendez winning New Jersey Senate seat with 29 percent of the precincts reporting.
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The Daily Targum Nov 6
Salvador Mena, vice chancellor for Student Affairs, endorsed the program and said it enhances Rutgers’ ability to support students who are DREAMers.
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The Daily Targum Nov 6
Aminé was paid $65,000 for his performance at this year’s Beats on the Bank concert — more than Hillary Clinton and Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi combined.
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The Daily Targum Nov 3
The Rutgers University Police Department is currently investigating two car burglaries that occurred yesterday at New Gibbons Hall on the Cook/Douglass campus.
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The Daily Targum Nov 2
Nelida Valentin, of the Princeton Area Community Foundation, presented the 2018 Leslie “Bud” Vivian Award for Community Service to Ingrid and Marvin Reed for their dedication to the community, and years of service in roles at both Rutgers and Princeton.
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The Daily Targum Nov 2
The letter was addressed to Betsy DeVos, United States Secretary of Education, and asked her to oppose the proposed changes made in the Title IX memo.
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