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During her first year at the Rutgers School of Nursing, Shaakira Abdul Razzaq gave birth to her son and began to raise him as a single mother.Now 26-years-old and scheduled to graduate from Rutgers in May 2017, Razzaq is using her personal experience to provide sex education for young Muslim women, she said in an email.“Sex Education in the Mosque” is a research project created by the Rutgers Doctorate of Nursing Practice Team.
Younger does not always mean healthier, at least when it comes to the increasing rates of strokes among adults. A Rutgers study shows the rate of strokes more than doubled among Generation X — people born between 1965 and 1974 — and declined for individuals over age 55.
Coffee is not only trendy on Instagram, it is being increasingly consumed by millennials, who are increasing its price and demand to historic records.
Students held their heads down as they walked along the streets of the College Avenue campus on the gloomy morning after election day, said Taylin Liebowitz, a School of Arts and Science sophomore.After Tuesday night, Donald Trump is set to be the 45th President of the United States. “Shocked” and “devastated” are just some of the words Rutgers students used to describe their reaction.“I am numb.
Two statewide measures regarding casinos in New Jersey and the recent gas tax increase will both appear on the ballot on Nov. 8.
Your greasy hair may be the reason you do not get a job.In a recent study conducted by Jobvite, recruiters judged candidates initial photo before all other factors and 41 percent said the photo influenced their first impression.
Students at the University of California-Irvine called for an end to campus police in a recent "Blue Lives Don't Matter" protest.
Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office announced Monday that two officers who fatally shot Franklin resident Diahlo Grant in April will not be charged.
Students from different schools and backgrounds have differing ideas of what can be appropriate to post on social media outlets such as Snapchat.In the past month, the social network was used by university students to share racist photos and captions at five different universities across the nation. Creating a dialogue to explain to students why certain photos or social media posts are offensive will help them learn more about people who do not look like them, said Allison Harbin, a Graduate School--New Brunswick student“Who RU," a new initiative documenting diversity at Rutgers, is aiming to do just that.The Center for Race and Ethnicity, a scholarly center at the University and one of the components of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, invites students to start this dialogue and discuss students experience of race and ethnicity on campus, Harbin said.“We want to create a platform for a respectful exchange and minority voices,” she said.At the University of North Dakota, a photo was posted of three white students smiling with the caption “locked the black b**** out,” referring to a roommate locked out of their residence hall. Another photo shows four female students wearing black masks with the caption “black lives matter.” A similar photo was shared by a Quinnipiac University student. It shows a smiling female student wearing blackface with the caption “black lives matter.” A Kansas State University student posted a photo with blackface, referring to herself as the n-word waving a gang sign. At Prairie View A&M University, a Mexican student posted a photo of her face covered with black tape with the caption, “When you’re tryna fit in at your HBCU."This can happen anywhere, said Mia Kissil, Senior Program Director at Center for Race and ethnicity at Rutgers.“And I think it does happen anywhere,” she said.
Facebook wants to increase voter turnout this November. The social networking platform has launched various tools dedicated toward encouraging voter registration, especially among young people who are less likely to vote, by sending reminders to users and placing a "register now" button at the top of their news feeds.
Hotel rooms, breakfast and a daily maid service were included in the three week training camp for Rutgers football players.
Students and environmental activists came together for an hour-long discussion explaining the threats facing the Grand Canyon with the goal of establishing the Greater Grand Canyon Heritage National Monument.
For students who do not know anything about unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), the Rutgers University First Person View (RU-FPV) can help explain.
A math class with John Kerrigan is different than all others, said Taylin Liebowitz.
A new website, RU Listings, aims to help students purchase or sell items in an efficient and easy-to-use manner.
Students do not have to take the trip to the Jersey Shore to eat and Instagram their favorite Playa Bowls anymore — now they can take a short trip to a new location right here at Rutgers.
Rutgers Recreation is now providing free Flex Passes to students for the upcoming academic year.
Jeavonne Thompson, a School of Arts and Sciences junior, has been involved with the West Indian Student organization for a year.
In times of emergencies when calling the police is not on option, text messaging is now available.
Finding a passion to pursue at an early stage in college is extremely beneficial, said School of Arts and Sciences senior Swathi Gorle, because it allows students to focus their attention on making connections in that field and succeeding.