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After a long dead period in the world of sports, our wait is finally over. The summer is a complete dead zone for sports considering that the only major sport being broadcast is baseball and the 162 game schedule can eventually become dry — especially when your team stinks after being touted as World Series contenders and the best baseball team in New York.
Last semester, I wrote a column related to the growing student loan crisis in America. I essentially proposed to privatize loans to incentivize colleges to lower tuition rates since the guarantee of payment from the government in the event of a default would dissipate.
The unpopularity of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), colloquially known as Obamacare, propelled the Republican Party to make huge gains, from local representatives and governors all the way to Congress and the presidency.
College tuition has been growing at a tremendous rate for the past several decades. Average tuition rates from 1995 to 2015 at private national universities has grown 179 percent, 226 percent for out-of-state tuition at public universities, and 296 percent for in-state tuition.
President Donald J. Trump, at a rally in Florida last Saturday, seemed to mistakenly reference a terrorist attack that occurred in Sweden the previous night.
The sudden and unexpected death of former Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia in February of 2016 produced a vacancy on the Supreme Court.
The most recent election cycle revealed the dissatisfaction with the establishment on both sides of the aisle.
The arrogance of Hollywood was on full display this past election cycle.
The Dakota Access Pipeline has been a subject of major controversy and has come under intense public protest.
In an unexpected turn of events, Donald Trump is the new president-elect of the United States.
Rutgers is known as one of the most LGBTQ-friendly schools in the nation, at least in part due to their offering gender-neutral bathrooms and providing transgender students with resources to make them more comfortable on campus.
Rutgers incorporated "The Alley" as a student tailgating section for the first two home football games in an effort to increase student attendance to home games.
College students are prime victims for identity thieves and scammers to target.
There is no clear path students take after graduating from college, but according toa 2015 study of 4,523 seniors by Career Services, the University is the top employer of Rutgers graduates.
Rutgers University Libraries plans to attract more students by debuting new features and programs this upcoming semester, from new hours to handing out "mystery gifts."
The Rutgers Board of Governors has approved some ambitious plans this past year to improve the current state of Rutgers campuses.