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Multiple new subcommittees and representatives were added along with the revisions to standing rules that were introduced at the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) meeting on Thursday. After the Assembly’s debate, students spoke on the state of infrastructure at the University.
While hard-fought progress has been made for gender equality in America, institutionalized practices continue to hinder women in the workforce. The ordained ability to give birth has received patriarchal condemnation for the burden it places on companies. We have turned our backs on those who provide our future. We have stolen opportunity from those who give us the next generation. In the name of efficiency and profits, women face scrutiny in hiring for their potential to have maternity leave in the future, and if hired, they are neglected by society and government in the event that they require a leave of absence.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team came out with a win on Thursday after a tough game against Minnesota, who previously defeated the Scarlet Knights (20-8, 12-5). The game came down to the final quarter, where Rutgers was able to come back from a 4-point deficit in the third quarter to win by 6 points.
Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy will be launching a new big data masters program in the Fall 2019 semester, the school announced on their website.
The 400-meter dash is often cited as an extreme mental challenge, just as much a physical one. The distance creates an awkward paradox for its participants: Too long to sprint, too short to pace.
Legalized gambling could increase its prevalence amongst those who are underaged, said Lia Nower, director of the Center for Gambling Studies, co-director of the Addiction Counselor Training Certificate Program and professor at the School of Social Work.
Heading into Saturday’s game against Iowa, there will only be one thing on the minds of the Rutgers men’s basketball team: Revenge.
This past Tuesday in Nicholas Music Center, Rutgers hosted Grammy Award-winning opera singer and musician Renée Fleming in a presentation alongside a core selection of New Jersey and New York neuroscientists and program directors. The workshop extended itself to how music interacts biologically and emotionally to different forms of medicine and collective healing.
Two nuclear powers. One Jammu and Kashmir.
The pivotal role of mental health professionals is becoming more and more evident within our current social environment and is being recognized as not a suggested, but mandatory element within any operation involving people. Schools in particular have demonstrated a need for mental health professionals, as they are the primary environment within a child’s social, academic and internal life.
More often than not, we are on the edge of our seats, glued to the TV as national news stories unfold, taking various twists and turns for weeks before arriving to the truth. From police car chases to murder investigations and missing persons cases, people show that no matter how jaded life may make us, humans have an innate tendency to seek justice.
For many, burgers are an emblem of American culture. They are eaten anywhere, from high-end steakhouses to concession stands at baseball games.
Coming off two straight wins and an overtime thriller down in Delaware, the Rutgers woman’s lacrosse team returned to HighPoint.com Stadium last night to host its first ranked opponent of the season in No. 10 UPenn. What ensued was the team’s worst loss of the season so far.
Nabil Adam, the former vice chancellor of Research and Collaborations at Rutgers—Newark who had been accused by one of his former graduate students of sexual assault and harassment, was paid $233,224.47 in University salary for the calendar year 2018, an Open Public Records Request by The Daily Targum revealed.
New head coach Jim McElderry will get a feel for the Rutgers men’s soccer team this spring, as it will compete in the 13-team U.S. Soccer College Development Program from March 30 to April 20.
A 160-count indictment has been brought against James Goydos, a former Rutgers medical school professor and director of the Cancer Institute of New Jersey, according to an article by NJ Advance Media.
After I walked into the Center for Latino Arts and Culture (CLAC), the first words Angelica Calderon, a Mason Gross School of the Arts junior, said to me were, “Do you want something to eat?” A few minutes later we were sitting across from each other sharing a plate of Mangú, a traditional Dominican dish.
Coming off a blowout win against Wisconsin, the Rutgers women's basketball team has a golden opportunity on Thursday night.
On Feb. 26, Katharine Hayhoe, a renowned atmospheric scientist, professor and director of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech University, came to Rutgers to discuss how to have conversations about climate change.
A Rutgers study is working on a new way to improve computer, smartphone and internet security, according to Rutgers Today.