NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — Over the past week, TAPinto New Brunswick has published the first several parts of a comprehensive series on an arguably historic year of activism at Rutgers University. We've told this story through the lens of the Rutgers Conservative Union, a campus group that has made waves since its formation in the spring semester.
So far, the series has sparked plenty of conversation on social media.
The narrative stories have also packed a lot of hard news, both about the Conservative Union and campus activism.
Read the first three stories below. And stay tuned for the fourth installation, which runs today.
Part 1: A Fiery Year on the Banks: The Rutgers Conservative Union Finds a Voice
Part 2: At Rutgers New Brunswick, a Monumental Year in Campus Activism
Part 3: A Cold January Night of Dissent at Rutgers New Brunswick
Part 4: At Rutgers, a History of Conservatism Intertwined with Controversy
Part 5: Will Rutgers Activism and the Conservative Union Outlast the Summer?