Daily Targum media bias rating is Lean Left.

The Daily Targum of Rutgers University is a student-written, student-managed, non-profit, incorporated newspaper published by the Targum Publishing Company, with a circulation of 18,000 daily. The Daily Targum is published Monday through Friday in New Brunswick, New Jersey, while classes are in session during the fall and spring semesters. No part thereof can be reproduced in any form, in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of the Targum Publishing Company.

Founded in 1869, The Daily Targum is the second-oldest and among the largest college newspapers in the nation. The Daily Targum has been a repeat recipient of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association's Gold Crown Award, the highest recognition a college newspaper can be awarded in the United States, and the Associated College Press's Best In Show award. The Daily Targum has also been honored with the New Jersey Press Association's General Excellence Award, in addition to numerous individual awards for reporting, design and photography.

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