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Rutgers United Black Council (UBC), the umbrella organization of all African, African American and Afro-Caribbean student organizations, held an event on the College Avenue campus on Monday night titled the “Black Rutgers Community Forum” to connect students and inform them about student organizations, financial aid and more.
"My battery is low, and it is getting dark." After the 15-year-old rover Opportunity drew its final breath on the lonely Red Planet, the news of its last message took the internet by storm. Photo edits, GIF sets and posters flooded social media in heart-wrenching artistic renderings of the haunting words. The end of humanity’s favorite robot, that was originally intended to travel less than half a mile for 90 days, but against all odds lasted approximately 15 years and 28 miles, could not have been on a more fitting occasion: The day before Valentine’s Day on Perseverance Valley.
Two Rutgers students have recently won an award from the New Jersey chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (NJASLA) for their design project.
Technology has been changing the way we view education. For a long time now, educators have been cutting back on textbooks and investing in advanced technology to enhance learning, from PowerPoints to online test-taking. Podcasting has been around for a while now, and although it may not be as popular as it used to be, it's coming back as one of the most effective learning tools in educational systems.
Every time my grandmother calls me she asks, “Are you eating?” What she never asks is, “Are you getting enough sleep?” We prioritize and worry about so many things in our lives and the lives of others, but how often does the worry of sleep end up on our long list of daily concerns?
Helen Fisher, a visiting research associate and chief scientific advisor for Match.com, broke down her findings regarding love, relationships and the chemical processes that cause these functions.
This off-season, the Rutgers football team made several changes to head coach Chris Ash’s staff as it prepares to start spring practice next month in anticipation for the 2019 season.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team hosted Wisconsin last night and came out with a 73-53 win. The Scarlet Knights (19-8, 11-5) came into this game after losing to Michigan last Thursday.
Naomi Klein, a journalist who published books such as “This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate” and “The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism,” is serving as Rutgers’ first Gloria Steinem Endowed Chair in Media, Culture and Feminist Studies. Starting this year, and for the next two years, she will be teaching courses and organizing events here at the University.
An email sent out last Sunday alerted members of the Rutgers community that another student had been diagnosed with meningitis.
On Feb. 22, Rutgers, along with the Consulate General of India and the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), co-sponsored a conference concerning democracy in India.
After being swept in Miami two weekends ago, the Rutgers baseball team was seeking its first win of the season in New Orleans at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Baseball Classic at Maestri Field.
From movies to magazines to social media, it feels like the pressure to look perfect and dress like a fashionista is only rising. While celebrities have always had tremendous impact on consumerism, their impact is even more so today as more and more people fall in debt or become a slave to cosmetic surgeries and procedures, trying to keep up with this perfect, glamorous, "Insta" look.
They say trends come back in style. Circa 2019, puffer jackets, overalls, faux fur and neon colors are coming back. Who would have thought that they’d be all the rage in this decade? Some things that haven’t changed, though, are the ever-present marketing scams that profit on consumers' nostalgia.
After the sun had set, the Rutgers tennis team served up a win against Seton Hall in a late-night match on Sunday in South Orange, New Jersey. Finishing up their two-match New Jersey road trip, the Scarlet Knights (4-2) defeated the Pirates (4-4) in a 5-2 win to clinch their first victory at an away competition this season.
On Feb. 19, the world heard news of one of the most influential figures in fashion passing. Karl Lagerfeld, who was widely known as the creative director of luxury fashion house Chanel, died at the age of 85.
As 2020 approaches, many different leaders and politicians are announcing their run for presidency. One of those is Howard Schultz, former CEO of Starbucks, who is running as an independent candidate.
Modern humans, Homo sapiens, have only been around for approximately 200,000 years to our knowledge. Within that small smidge of time, humans have evolved into technologically advanced, emotional, social and creative creatures who have self-awareness and reasoning capacity.
Under head coach Scott Goodale, the Rutgers wrestling team had secured 12 straight winning seasons and bolstered five All-Americans since he took over the helm in 2007.
The Rutgers men’s basketball team made sure to complete its mission this time around against a conference foe at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC), defeating Minnesota for its record sixth Big Ten win of the season last night.