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It is officially November. Fall is in full swing, and for those who stay informed regarding state and local politics, that can only mean one thing — New Jersey is on track to hold its gubernatorial election next week.On Nov.
As hurricane season reaches a fever pitch, it is easy to watch major storms like Hurricane Harvey or Hurricane Irma ravage states along the Gulf of Mexico and start to worry about local implications.According to environmental scholars at Rutgers University, the answer to that is quite clear.
The Scarlet Knights made a splash during their 2017 season opening game by rolling out a hot tub for the student section to enjoy.
Throughout the spring semester, the New Brunswick chapter of the New Jersey Public Interest Research Group (NJPIRG) led the push for renewable energy at Rutgers University.
Every Friday, the Underground Gaming Society (UGS) gathers at the Busch Student Center to play games together as a community.
On Monday, the Rutgers University Programming Association (RUPA) brought Rutgers students together for a "Morse Code Bracelet Craft" event at the Douglass Student Center.Starting at 2 p.m., RUPA gave passersby a chance to design and create one-of-a-kind bracelets.
In celebration of the Rutgers student body, Rutgers Athletics hosted the second annual "Student Appreciation Day" this weekend at the Rutgers Indoor Practice and Conditioning Facility, known as the Bubble, on Busch campus. On Saturday, April 8, all students were invited to come out and participate in an open football practice with the Scarlet Knights.Rutgers Athletics Assistant Director of Marketing and Promotions Mike Greengarten, described the events of the day.“Student Appreciation Day is a free, student-only open practice with the players and coaches of the Rutgers football team,” he said.
The Rutgers Women’s Leadership Coalition held its sixth annual Women’s Leadership Conference Friday.
Prominent human rights leaders gathered at Rutgers this past Wednesday for an open forum and discussion regarding the state of civil liberties during the presidency of Donald J.
Over two years have passed since two of the three access lanes to the George Washington Bridge were abruptly closed.
Entitled “Stigma by Prejudice Transfer: Racism Threatens White Women and Sexism Threatens Men of Color,” new research conducted by Rutgers professors provides evidence that confirms a connection between perceived sexism and racism among minority groups.Diana Sanchez, a professor in the Department of Psychology, in partnership with colleagues Kimberly Chaney and Sara Manuel, hypothesized that minority groups experience identity threats when confronted with prejudice toward another minority group. Through the organization and completion of five separate studies, the trio set out to prove their assertions.At the end of the research, the team of professors coined the term stigma-by-prejudice-transfer affect to describe their findings.
RU Experience celebrated a second annual "Lollanobooza," a night of booze-free fun last Friday. RU Experience organized the liquor-less celebration to take place on Feb.