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Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Delayed Opening - Level 1
In response to adverse weather conditions, President Barchi has declared a Level 1 - Delayed Opening for the entire university for Thursday, March 5, excluding RBHS clinical operations. All RBHS clinical operations will be open for normal business hours. The rest of the university will reopen at noon at all locations.
During the Delayed Opening:
1. All classes that are scheduled to begin before noon are cancelled.
2. Essential Service Employees are directed to remain at work or to report to work as scheduled during the period of this Level 1 Delayed Opening, unless otherwise directed.
3. Non-Essential Employees shall not report for work during the period of a Level 1 Delayed Opening. In addition, we recognize that weather conditions are different in different areas of the state. If employees desire to come into work after the university has reopened, or take the rest of the day off from work, they must receive approval from their immediate supervisor and charge appropriate accrued and available leave time for any work time missed.
Please refer to the following adverse weather policies for more details related to weather status declarations and procedures:
* Legacy Rutgers Employees: Attendance During Adverse Weather Conditions - Policy 60.3.16
* Legacy UMDNJ Employees: Inclement Weather and Emergency Curtailment of Operations - Policy 60.9.58
The university will provide updates as conditions warrant.
Visit the operating status page for more information.
Broadcast Communications Living-Learning Community
Students involved in all phases of producing programming for campus network RU-tv can live in the Broadcast Communications Living-Learning Community in Winkler Hall on Busch Campus, just across the street from the broadcast control room in Davidson Hall.
Create the Content, Run the Business
If the muse is in you, join any of our student-run media outlets and create content yourself—be a reporter, photographer, on-air TV personality, news writer, sports radio broadcaster, or published author.
If you’re the entrepreneurial type, join the technical or administrative staffs of these media outlets and help them reach even larger audiences.
Either way, you’ll gain great experience to take into the world after you leave Rutgers.
Explore Student Media
The second-oldest college newspaper in the nation, the Daily Targum has been keeping the Rutgers University–New Brunswick community in the loop since 1869. Get news, sports, weather, entertainment, opinion, and more from the paper that earned Best of Show accolades at the 2009 Associated Collegiate Press National College Newspaper Convention.
Since 1927, the Anthologist literary and fine arts journal has published poetry, fiction, and more. Acclaimed American poet Robert Pinsky, a three-time U.S. poet laureate, was the journal’s editor when he was an undergraduate at Rutgers from 1958 to 1962.
At 88.7 on the FM dial, WRSU is one of the oldest college radio stations in the nation. Around-the-clock specialty programming, broadcast and streaming live, covers a wide range of musical genres, talk, news, and sports.
The Core, 90.3 on the FM dial, is a joint project between Rutgers and Piscataway High School. Broadcasting and streaming 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, 90.3 FM the Core is your source for independent news, community programming, and underground music.
The RU-tv television network offers more than 120 channels of educational, news, public affairs, entertainment, and commercial programming, including productions by students, faculty, and staff. RU-tv student writers, producers, engineers, and on-air broadcasters make it all happen.
This student-run publication is a forum for voicing the opinions and showcasing the writing and artistic talents of the black and Latino communities of Rutgers and the greater community.
Irreverent college entertainment is brought to you by Rutgers University–New Brunswick student humorists at the Medium.
Relevant, introspective, and local content that explores what it means to be a Rutgers student. Student-run.