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While the season’s end nears, so do the college careers of eight seniors as they prepare for their final moments as member of the Rutgers women's lacrosse team. Senior attackers Abbey Brooks and Allie Ferrara, defenders Christine DiLullo and Regina Sharp and midfielders Tess Howland and Amanda Romano, along with goalkeeper Devon Kearns will all be playing their last game in the upcoming weeks.
Despite two separate cases of meningitis this year at Rutgers, the number of undergraduate students getting vaccinated remains relatively low.
Today, “Avengers: Endgame,” the culmination of more than a dozen movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, will hit theaters worldwide. Dedicated fans will see their favorite superheroes: Iron Man, Captain America, Thor and the Hulk, among others. They will take the fight to Thanos, a titan who has effectively knocked out half of the living creatures in the universe using the infinity stones.
At the end of every season is an opportunity to reflect and grow. The Rutgers tennis team may have finished at the bottom of the conference, but not without taking some big steps in the right direction.
Music is the most plentiful artistic medium, due in part to the fact that it has one of the lowest barriers to entry and the least amount of commitment needed by an audience. We can immediately tell what songs we don’t like and just simply hit the skip button. Each song, each album, brings us into a whole new world, and the types of music we like and don’t like are easy to recognize.
Although Rutgers international students seem omnipresent on campus, many locally attending students are completely unaware of the experiences of their international peers, or the challenges they face in obtaining an American education.
We are officially closing in on the end of the semester, and that means summer vacation. Most people our age either spend their summer doing an internship, visiting another state or country or just staying at home. Given those three options, I know I would choose to visit another place, and I am willing to bet that most other people would too. Statistical data reflects this belief — while in 1950 there were approximately 25 million international tourist arrivals per year, by 2016, that number had increased to 1.2 billion.
It has been more than a decade since Rutgers fielded men’s and women’s fencing teams at the NCAA Division I level. The Rutgers Athletics went out to cut the teams, along with its oldest sport, men’s crew, back in 2006-2007, an academic year where the football team was ranked No. 16 in the nation.
The Eagleton Institute of Politics held a question-and-answer session on economic and fiscal policy with New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney (D) and Sen. Steven Oroho (R-N.J.) on Tuesday.
Yesterday, the New Jersey Center on Gun Violence Research at Rutgers University was launched, holding its inaugural conference, “Preventing Gun Violence in NJ: A Call to Action,” with speakers Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) and professional researchers.
We gaze out and see what is ours for consumption, ours for ownership. We claim a callous superiority as if we rule over the dominion with absolute distinction. But in doing so, in accepting the culturally ingrained perception that our relation to nature is one of master and slave, conqueror and conquered, we ignore our duties of justice and our intertwined, codependent existence. As Franklin D. Roosevelt said: “A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself. Forests are the lungs of our land, purifying the air and giving fresh strength to our people.”
The concept of colorblindness demands that color and race are no longer seen as classifications by which people can be denied certain opportunities. Living in a colorblind society demands that governmental policies reject ideas of discrimination and enforce ideas of a race-neutral world.
Rutgers gave more than $5.5 million in “incentive pay” to approximately 700 top administrators and professors last year. The “at-risk” or “incentive pay” method for distributing payments based on their job performance is added on to their base salaries, according to an article by NJ Advance Media.
When the Rutgers track and field teams traveled to Charlottesville, Virginia for the Virginia Challenge, there were only a few team members of the men’s and women’s teams that competed. There was a first-place win, which senior John Mooers earned in the discus event.
A Rutgers student was recently awarded the Harry S. Truman Scholarship, which is given to those who exemplify leadership in areas of public service.
On April 5, two Monmouth County teenagers — 18-year-old Jada M. McClain of Neptune and 19-year-old Quaimere Mohammed of Asbury Park — were arrested in connection with the death of a newborn child on March 29.
Following this past Saturday’s dramatic Senior Day win over Michigan, the Rutgers men's lacrosse team has officially clinched a top-four finish in the Big Ten standings, earning a spot in the Big Ten Tournament with a game to play.
Every year, the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Met) hosts one of the most acclaimed events in pop culture: the Met Gala. In an effort to commemorate the grand opening of the Costume Institute’s annual fashion exhibit, the banquet takes place in the museum itself. Musical luminaries and Hollywood big-names are invited to participate in an evening in which they can show off their unique style while donating money in support of art.
Despite the fact that streaming platforms like Netflix, Hulu and HBO Go are constantly releasing fresh content for us to watch, we often gravitate toward watching oldies but goodies. The pressure to catch up on new content is overwhelming, so instead we find solace in old content that we’ve watched before.
Yesterday, Rutgers announced its partnership with the Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA) to allow graduates from Rutgers Business School who earned an MBA in supply chain management to have an advanced standing for a professional designation within SCMA, according to Return on Information-New Jersey.