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Every weekend seems to be a new high or low for the Rutgers football team, with true freshman quarterback Artur Sitkowski throwing for close to 300 yards and 30 completions against Illinois in the blackout game three weeks ago, to him then throwing four interceptions two games ago against Maryland.
The most anticipated cross country race in the conference is finally approaching. The Rutgers men’s cross country team are preparing for the 2018 Big Ten Championships will take place on Sunday, Oct. 28, at the Mahoney Golf Course in Lincoln, Nebraska. The 8,000-meter men’s race will start at 11:45 a.m.
One of many lists in Carolyn Mackler’s "The Earth, My Butt, And Other Big Round Things," which in addition to being a fun, quick read really puts the spotlight on body shaming in the 21st century. Centered around main character Virginia, we get a first hand look at what it is like to be the fat daughter in an otherwise perfect family, and being the only plus sized girl in a private school. Virginia thinks about her weight a lot. She feels, on a fundamental level, that she is less desirable and in some cases less important than skinny girls. She lets her fatness dictate her life, believing she has to keep her interactions with boys a secret to avoid embarrassing them and, even worse, believing she has to go farther than skinny girls in order to keep a guy interested. It really hurt me to read that. No girl should ever feel pressure to do anything she may not want or be ready to do, especially not because she thinks it is her place to do so. So many women base their attractiveness, how they feel and how they act, on what men think. No matter who you are or what you look like, if you feel pressure to act a certain way around a guy for him to like you, especially if it makes you uncomfortable, your fishing in the wrong pond. You should never have to change yourself or feel ashamed of yourself because of a man. If a guy is not willing to be seen in public with you, then it is probably time to move on.
When you google the term millennials, the third search query that shows up is “millennials are killing."
There’s something wonderfully sentimental about the music of our favorite films. Songs like John Williams’ background score "Hedwig’s Theme" from the Harry Potter series or Elton John and Tim Rice’s "Circle of Life" from "The Lion King," still remain evocative, familiar and reminiscent of childhood to the ears of millennials today.
In 1975, Bruce Springsteen released “Born To Run," Muhammad Ali beat Joe Frazier in the “Thriller in Manila" and "Saturday Night Live" (SNL) debuted on NBC. Today, Rock rarely tops the charts the way Springsteen did, and boxing viewership is on a steady decline spanning the past few decades. Through it all, SNL has remained a cornerstone of pop culture, even through enduring some worrisome periods.
Turning Point USA founder and leader Charlie Kirk and conservative activist Candace Owens came to Rutgers Monday afternoon to talk about free speech and conservative activism on college campuses.
When seeking to attain a position as a faculty member at Harvard Law School in the mid-1980s, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) formally notified administrators that she has Native American ancestry. Since the middle of the 2016 presidential race, President Donald J. Trump has poked fun at Warren for her claim that she was part Native American. At an event honoring the contributions of Native Americans during the World Wars, Trump insensitively referred to the senator as “Pocahontas.” In July, the president said that he would pledge $1 million to a charity of Warren’s choice if she were to release a DNA test that, "shows (she is) an Indian." Originally Warren intended to ignore Trump’s challenge, but on Oct. 15 she revealed that she had gone through with a DNA test and released the results to the public, which showed that she does, in fact, have some Native American blood — emphasis being on some.
The last two games of the regular season are now in the books as the Rutgers women's soccer team and head coach Mike O'Neill look ahead to a home playoff game next weekend.
Over the weekend, the Rutgers field hockey team capped off one of its most impressive seasons over the last 10 years by beating No. 7 Iowa on Friday and American on Sunday.
After falling to Indiana, 1-0, last weekend, the Rutgers men’s soccer team travels across the Hudson River to face Columbia in its last non-conference game of the season, Tuesday evening.
The man who struck a Rutgers student with his car earlier this year was under the influence of marijuana.
Joyce Leuchten recently received her master’s degree diploma from the current Dean of the Rutgers’ School of Social Work Cathryn Potter, 36 years after she reported sexual misconduct made by a now-deceased professor.
We love New York Fashion Week, and when thinking of fashion hubs, Paris and Milan might be some major cities that come to mind. One of the most innovative and fashion-forward places doesn’t seem to get the love it deserves, though: Tokyo. Iconic for its Harajuku fashion and being the birthplace of A Bathing Ape, Comme des Garçons and Uniqlo, Tokyo is far from an unfashionable city. From Oct. 15-21, designers showcased their latest and hottest looks, while show-goers, as always, let everyone know why Tokyo is known for its street style.
Everybody wants to be famous. The anonymous want their names plastered on billboards. The blank faces crave their image on a screen. Even stars want to shine a little brighter. Last week, Quavo from Migos released his first, highly-anticipated solo album. The project entitled "Quavo Huncho," debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart, behind Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s "A Star is Born Soundtrack." "Quavo Huncho" was met with lukewarm and negative reviews and lacked the magic of any of the Migos albums — including "Culture 2."
It is the holidays. You ask for a PlayStation 4, video games, remote controllers and a new bean bag chair. You wake up the next morning and all you got was the PlayStation 4. But what good is the PlayStation without the gosh darn games to play on it, the remote controllers to facilitate the game and a place to sit while you play?
“Register to Vote” feels like it has been plastered on every wall I have seen for months and it also feels as though I have been asked the question consistently since I began to look of age.
After a week on the road, the Rutgers football team came back home for its annual homecoming game and it looked for a second like it was ready to give the home fans something to cheer for.
More than 50 students attended a meet and greet with New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez (D) yesterday, where he discussed healthcare, student debt and his current campaign.
On Nov. 6, New Jersey voters will answer the call to uphold their civic duty and reinforce the representative nature of our government. Not only will voters have the opportunity to form a government based on their will and consent by electing representatives, they will also be asked to decide the fate of a $500 million bond for New Jersey schools.