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April commences the annual celebration of National Poetry Month. Within these 30 days, one considers the literary form that has withstood centuries of American culture and history. The range of biographies present are immense, starting as early as notable figures preceding the boom of Modernism straight through the current day.
Located in the Emil Buehler Aerospace Lab on Busch campus is a supersonic wind tunnel, a facility used mainly by the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace (MAE) Engineering to learn more about how aircrafts can fly.
Horror thriller film "Us" presents a psychologically accurate portrayal of trauma and personality disorder to viewers. A Rutgers professor explained the psychological undertones, including borderline personality disorder (BPD) and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), of the new blockbuster.
As the Rutgers gymnastics team stayed in New Jersey, sophomore Belle Huang ventured out into uncharted territory to compete at the NCAA Regionals hosted by the University of Georgia over the weekend.
There’s an old saying in sports: It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish.
The Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) passed a bill condemning the University’s response to sexual misconduct cases.The legislation, which was passed by unanimous consent at a meeting on Thursday night, calls upon Rutgers to make changes to the way it investigates allegations of sexual assault.
Walking into a Sephora, we’re constantly hit with the latest launches from brands and our holy grail products. Unfortunately, many of these high-end brands that we love can break the bank, especially for college students. Brands like NARS Cosmetics, Tarte Cosmetics and Anastasia Beverly Hills, Inc. can charge $30 for just one item, making them impractical for our wallets.
On Wednesday, April 3, hundreds gathered in West Windsor, New Jersey to mourn the death of Samantha Josephson, a 21-year-old from Robbinsville, New Jersey who was kidnapped and killed in South Carolina after she had gotten into a car she had thought was her Uber. Her years left unlived were stolen, but her legacy remains in the lives she touched and the policies now proposed to make it harder for such tragedies to happen again.
A woman who works at the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey has sued a former professor, who has been accused of recording her and more than two dozen others over a period of nine months, according to NJ Advance Media.
The Rutgers American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT) continues to negotiate a new faculty contract with the University. Using its Twitter account as a platform, it is voicing its positions and recruiting others to join its cause.
In an email sent out to the Rutgers community yesterday evening, Detective Lieutenant Brian Emmett informed that the New Brunswick police department and Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office were currently investigating a fatal aggravated assault last Saturday.
A Rutgers study unearthed new information finding that air pollution can have a detrimental effect on fetuses in the womb.
A joint Eagleton Institute of Politics and Fairleigh Dickinson University poll found a majority of New Jerseyans support Gov. Phil Murphy’s (D-N.J.) proposed tax on millionaires, but expressed mixed views on his overall performance as the state’s head. This was the first such polling partnership between the two institutions.
On February 7, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) and Sen. Edward Markey (D-Mass.) introduced the Green New Deal, which has been a highly controversial and prominent topic in politics for the last few months. Many people, including people within the Democratic Party, have criticized it for being radical, unrealistically ambitious and simply impossible. Just as we all thought it had been beaten to death, during a House Financial Services Committee meeting on March 26, Ocasio-Cortez addressed the critics who called the deal “elitist” and pointed out its very obvious shortcomings.
Though the harsh winds of winter are still among us, spring has in fact begun. With spring comes an array of colorful flowers, clear blue skies and warmer weather, giving students an incentive to break out of their winter wardrobes and embrace lighter garments suited for breezy temperatures.
It has been more than two weeks since Brenton Harrison Tarrant attacked two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. It has been confirmed as of April 3 Tarrant "will face 50 murder and 39 attempted charges when he appears in the High Court in Christchurch on Friday 5 April," according to a tweet by New Zealand Police.
The Yard @ College Avenue has plenty to offer to munchie-stricken Rutgers students. From farm-to-table stir fry spot Honeygrow, coastal-inspired Tex-Mex at Surf Taco to a New York City slice from Krispy Pizza, it’s hard to find something not to like on College Avenue. But sometimes, you just need a good old classic burger.
The Rutgers men's lacrosse team will have a chance to accomplish something special this Saturday, as it travels down to Baltimore to take on No. 20 Johns Hopkins in its second Big Ten game of the season.
A humble being whose actions speak louder than words. If sophomore Belle Huang was described in one sentence, that would be it.
This weekend, the Rutgers men’s and women’s track and field teams will travel to Princeton University for the Sam Howell Invitational. This will be the first in-state outdoor meet for the women’s team, while it will be the second for the men’s team in New Jersey.