They were protesting disorderly conduct charges placed against student protesters earlier this year.
The University backtracked on their decision a second time, apologizing to Daftari and offering her new dates to speak.
The University had previously appeared to stand by her appearance, but suddenly cancelled in an unexpected reversal late Thursday evening.
Protesters gathered around Brower last night to protest what they saw as misconduct by the Trump administration and the Rutgers administration pertaining to rape and sexual assault.
If you read the New York Times, watch CNN, or consume media of any sort, you might think the world is coming to an end. Harvard Professor Steven Pinker came to Rutgers on Wednesday to put that notion to rest. As Pinker explained, humanity has actually witnessed substantial progress within the past few hundred years due to the influence of Enlightenment era thinkers. To Pinker, ideologically inspired pessimists who like to paint a different story without any shred of evidence are not only wrong — they’re dangerous.
From James O’Keefe to Christina Hoff Sommers, this year was rife with successful speaking and activism events — all intended for students who wanted to take a leap outside the echo chamber known as college life.
Protesters advocating for DACA recipients "SHUT DOWN" College Avenue and an otherwise functioning bus system on Monday, possibly breaking University disruption rules.
For the participants of "Jesus Awareness Week," the Christian spirit at Rutgers is still raging.
The Rutgers professor apologized for anti-Semitic remarks made on his Facebook several months ago.
Rape and sexual assault declined by 38% in two years, following national trends.
The #MeToo founder spoke at Rutgers about her experience raising awareness for sexual assault survivors.
On Monday night, the Eagleton Institute of Politics hosted an event with famous neo-conservative commentator William "Bill" Kristol.
The only Christian Apologetics Club at Rutgers is calling for “a renaissance of Christian thinking in the University.”
The radical left-wing organization Antifa has been terrorizing university campuses in recent years.
The banners come following recent hikes in the minimum wage on campus.
The University President sent out an email to students Monday inviting them to contact federal government representatives.