It should not be surprising that Kerri Johnsen, a School of Arts and Sciences junior, is the service event chair for the Student Volunteer Council here at Rutgers.Keep Reading >>
After a slow start to the beginning of the season, the Rutgers baseball team is streaking—and this time, in a good way.Keep Reading >>
While it is no secret that many teachers, students and parents dislike student testing, University professors are now discussing the ramifications of the latest standardized test implemented in the Garden State.
Following the New Jersey State Assembly’s unanimous March 26 vote to allow students to opt out of the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) standardized test, University professors are now shedding light on the controversial examination.
The new exam, developed by PARCC and the private-sector publishing company Pearson, earlier this year in 12 states including New Jersey, and was distributed to all public-school children in third-grade through 11th-grade, according to a Feb.Keep Reading >>
Millennials may not be likely to dole out cash to cover commuting expenses, but they will do their best to live where their high expectations for a large selection of nearby amenities can be satisfied without adding to their debt.Keep Reading >>
Calling a former Arkansas school board member a “total douchebag,” enduring Japanese internment camp and discovering sexuality were only a few subjects discussed by the actor behind Lt.Keep Reading >>
The allegations of rape against actor Bill Cosby have been in the headlines for the past few weeks. The newsworthiness of this story can be attributed to America’s obsession with celebrities and their ignoble scandals, as well as the renewed national conversation on rape and rape culture. Race even plays a part in Cosby’s saga, as he is one of the most prolific black celebrity icons of all time.Keep Reading >>
In sports, teams seldom earn the chance to start over in the middle of the year.
Although there are ups and downs during the course of every season, teams are rarely afforded the opportunity to wipe the slate clean.Keep Reading >>