Former Rutgers Student Pleads Guilty To Attempted Invasion Of Privacy In Tyler Clementi CaseThursday's plea from Dharun Ravi comes after an appeals court last month threw out a 15-count conviction against him in a case that stemmed from the 2010 death of 18-year-old Tyler Clementi.
Dharun Ravi's Conviction Tossed In Tyler Clementi, Rutgers Webcam Spying CaseThe court tossed several bias intimidation counts against Dharun Ravi because of a change in state law.
Appeals Panel Mulls Retrial Of Former Rutgers Student In Tyler Clementi CaseA former Rutgers University student likely will have to wait a few months to find out how a state appeals panel will rule in the cyberbullying case that resulted in a 30-day jail sentence.
Tyler Clementi Internet Safety Conference Tackles Cyber HarassmentLawmakers, students and teachers are tackling cyber harassment this weekend at a New York university as part of the first-ever Tyler Clementi Internet Safety Conference.
Tyler Clementi's Family Walks Across George Washington Bridge For First Time Since SuicideTyler Clementi's mother, Jane, and brother, James, linked arm in arm with the walkers and made their way across the span for the first time since Tyler jumped from the bridge in 2010.
Tyler Clementi's Family To Visit George Washington Bridge For First Time Since SuicideClementi was a victim of cyberbullying. The 18-year-old committed suicide in 2010 after he learned that two students recorded him on a webcam kissing another man.
Annual Spirit Day Aimed At Ending Anti-LGBT BullyingJames Clementi, whose younger brother Tyler killed himself after being spied on during a sexual encounter in his Rutgers University dorm room, said Spirit Day is important.
Rutgers To Screen Matthew Shepard Documentary In Fight Against BullyingThis weekend marked the 15th anniversary of the murder of Matthew Shepard, the openly gay college student in Wyoming whose death raised awareness of bullying, abuse and anti-gay violence across the country.
On Suicide Prevention Day, Tyler Clementi's Brother Says 'There's Always A Reason' To Live New Jersey has one of the nation's lowest suicide rates, and a New Jersey hotline launched by Rutgers in May aims to keep it that way.
Police Investigating Possible Cyberbullying In Suicide Of Queens Girl, 12Police say a 12-year-old girl who was found hanged left a suicide note that spoke of being bullied online. The girl was found dead in her home Wednesday afternoon by her family.
Former Dean Carl Kirschner Named Interim Athletic Director At RutgersRutgers is turning to former dean Carl Kirschner to run its athletic department amid the basketball scandal that led to the firing of coach Mike Rice and the resignation of athletic director Tim Pernetti.
Keidel: Why Isn't Tim Pernetti Standing Behind Rice On The Unemployment Line?Why isn't Pernetti standing behind Rice on the unemployment line? He was keenly aware of the video that poisoned the airwaves long before we saw it.
Firing Of Coach Puts Rutgers Reputation Back In SpotlightEver since the tragic suicide of Rutgers University freshman Tyler Clementi, the school has been facing challenges over its image.
NJ Lawmakers Renew Calls For Passage On Anti-Bullying Bill In Wake Of Rice Abuse VideoSen. Frank R. Lautenberg and Rep. Rush Holt renewed calls for passage of the legislation after Rutgers University fired Mike Rice after a video showing the basketball coach verbally and physically abusing his players caused a public outcry.
Remarks By Pro-Marriage Group Leader Infuriate Clementi's FamilyThe family of Tyler Clementi on Tuesday denounced remarks by a representative of the National Organization for Marriage, who brought up Clementi’s suicide in a discussion that questioned the effect of gay rights supporters on young people she characterized as having “gender confusion.”