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Today and tomorrow, the Rutgers men’s track and field team will be traveling to Birmingham, Alabama for the NCAA Championships. This will be the last indoor meet of the season before the Scarlet Knights head into their outdoor season. They remain unranked for the remainder of the indoor season.
Inspired by the 2014 Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone, researchers at Rutgers have been developing plasma sanitizers based on paper, which can have implications towards the future of antimicrobial protection.
On Wednesday night, the Office of Student Access and Educational Equity hosted the James Dickson Carr Lecture Series, featuring guest speaker Laura Coates, a legal analyst for CNN and radio show host.
Just as music is the lifeblood of culture, subgenres are similarly the lifeblood of the music industry. Umbrella genres of music, such as hip-hop and rock, have influenced hundreds of subgenres in which artists fall into different niches and explore different styles. For decades, these subgenres have served as industry milestones, responsible for some of the greatest chart-toppers and artists of today. Here’s a list of some of the most popular subgenres of music:
What looked like a near guarantee now looks like steep hill to climb when it comes to the Rutgers men’s basketball team’s chances of getting a first-round bye in next week’s Big Ten Tournament.
This week on my column, I reprise my title as a "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" fan as I write my second article on the show, discussing its most recent episode: “He Said, She Said.” Written by Lang Fisher and serving as cast member Stephanie Beatriz’s directorial debut, the eighth episode of the sixth season of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” — its first season since being saved from cancellation by NBC — took on the daunting task of tackling #MeToo through the lens of a female New York Police Department (NYPD) detective without sacrificing the comedy.
What is the image of the woman in 2019? Defiant, loud and unafraid to speak her mind. “The Handmaid’s Tale” is perhaps the crowning jewel that epitomizes the consciousness of the modern American woman. It portrays a dystopian future where women are forced into servitude by both a Christian patriarchy that rules the country and a matriarchy that is satisfied with its role as “servants.”
This weekend, the Rutgers wrestling team will travel to Minneapolis, Minnesota to compete in the 2019 Big Ten Championships. All 10 wrestlers will compete for the No. 18 Scarlet Knights (12-6, 5-4) each looking to punch their ticket to the national tournament in Pittsburgh, which is in two weeks.
Down by 18 at halftime against Penn State, the Rutgers men’s basketball team looked dead in the water.
How different will Rutgers football look when spring practice starts tomorrow? Three months removed from concluding a 1-11 season, head coach Chris Ash will be leading the 105th Rutgers football team and the sixth as part of the Big Ten.
Next Wednesday, March 13, the 22nd rendition of the Big Ten Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament will tip off at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois. Rutgers will be there, as all teams in the conference qualify, but this year is different. This year is an opportunity more than ever to prove, on a national stage, that the Scarlet Knights not only belong in the Big Ten, but also have the talent to make a splash in the college basketball world.
He was dubbed the “King of Pop.” He joined The Jackson 5 at the mere age of 5 years old but emerged as the group’s lead singer. He made musical history time and time again, winning the Grammy Living Legend Award, being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and having his very own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He is Michael Jackson. And Jackson, according to the recently released documentary “Leaving Neverland,” was a sexual predator and a pedophile.
After ending the regular season on a three-game winning streak, the Rutgers women’s basketball team heads into the Big Ten Tournament with a double bye, meaning that it will not take the court at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana until the third round.
A list of New Jersey colleges revealed that Rutgers University—New Brunswick had the second-highest number of drug arrests and referrals in the state, according to NJ Advance Media.
Learn.org has recently published its rankings for the top public universities in the country for 2019, ranking Rutgers University—New Brunswick 19th on the list.
Everyone was in shock. I looked around the classroom and saw people’s confused expressions. Nobody could believe what was happening. A student was standing on the table screaming. That is right, a college student was yelling at the top of her lungs during the middle of class.
Flies are not the only things buzzing as a team of Rutgers researchers recently published a paper on the mechanisms of fruit flies’ wings, which could lead to more information about the organs of humans.
When flashy becomes fashionable and “logomania” floods our feeds, French designer Simon Porte Jacquemus stands out in a social media era where Fendi monogram prints and chunky Balenciaga trainers dominate. The designer clearly takes a cheeky, satirical approach to fashion, and has achieved a sort of notoriety for it.
This past Tuesday, the federal government lost another effort to unravel AT&T’s billion-dollar merger with Time Warner that was officially announced in June of 2018. Merger mania has plagued the telecommunications industry as service providers are seeking to heavily expand their consumer bases and put out quality content at the same time. This historic merger between AT&T and Time Warner is already on its way to reshaping the media industry from the inside out.
Yesterday evening, MSNBC and NBC national political correspondent Steve Kornacki spoke at the Douglass Student Center to discuss his book, “The Red and the Blue: The 1990s and the Birth of Political Tribalism.”