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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.”
An eruption of applause and cheers from conservative activists, clad in “Make America Great Again” merchandise, followed President Donald J. Trump’s announcement that he will make federal funding for universities conditional on their support of freedom of speech. No further announcements or policy outlines have been publicly released after Trump said that he “will be signing an executive order requiring colleges and universities to support free speech if they want federal research dollars” at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
Rutgers Dining Services has been hosting a wide variety of cooking demonstrations for students, organized by the Division of Student Affairs and Rutgers Health and Wellness.
In recent years, Rutgers Business School (RBS) has expanded beyond New Jersey to Asia. In 2010, the University established Rutgers Business School Asia Pacific, which is located in Singapore.
RU Compost has recently started making compost collections available to students in order to encourage them to compost and appreciate their foods.
This weekend will be a test for many members of the Rutgers wrestling team. The Big Ten Tournament takes place at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.
The Rutgers men’s basketball team is nearing the end of its third season under the management of head coach Steve Pikiell, and the future hasn’t looked this bright in Piscataway in a long time.
Do I have to put my feminism aside in order to be part of a consumerist society?
Fifth-year senior midfielder Casey Rose has made a name for himself over the past three years as a talented and dedicated lacrosse player. Last season, he finished fourth on the Rutgers men's lacrosse team with 21 goals and 28 points to his name, including three games with hat tricks.
This past Saturday, I was in the Undergraduate Reading Room at Alexander Library on the College Avenue campus feverishly reading assignments for the forthcoming week. As I was poring over a paragraph from Audre Lorde’s “Sister Outsider,” I felt a faint tap on my shoulder.
This month, we have spring break to look forward to, and we typically observe St. Patrick’s Day and International Women’s Day among other events. March is also considered Caffeine Awareness Month in the health world — one of the more recent additions to the national phenomena that keep popping up as events on our news feeds.
The Space Technology Association of Rutgers (STAR) is currently working to build technology capable of going to outer space.
Two Rutgers faculty have joined New Jersey’s new End AIDS Epidemic Committee, which was initiated by Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) to prevent the spread of the HIV virus and improve the living conditions of those already diagnosed with it, according to an article by Newswise.
During a five-week workshop, students at Rutgers had the opportunity to learn about wearable art under celebrity costume designer Mio Guberinic.
The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team traveled to Vidas Field in Philadelphia and fell to Drexel 18-12 this past Saturday. Despite being outshot 42 to 27, the Dragons (2-2) capitalized on multiple scoring runs to hold off the Scarlet Knights (3-3).
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) is set to announce his proposal for the New Jersey state budget, which will include a priority in spending cuts while also increasing spending on K-12 education and community college affordability, according to an article by NJ Advance Media.
The Rutgers men's lacrosse team got a much-needed victory on the road last Saturday, defeating Fairfield 8-4 in a defensive showdown. This win ends a two-game skid for the No. 20 Scarlet Knights (3-2) and could generate momentum as they look toward another two-game home stand.
Any remnants of a political culture incentivized toward bipartisan behavior had perished long before President Donald J. Trump took office in 2016, so it is not quite fair to place the blame squarely on his shoulders for the particularly divisive environment that currently exists. In July 2014, under the previous administration of former President Barack Obama, a whopping 68 percent of Republicans favored his removal from office for what they saw as executive overreach.