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For the first time since 2014, the Rutgers wrestling team made the trip to Las Vegas, Nev. for the Cliff Keen Invitational this past weekend. After two days of competition, head coach Scott Goodale and the No. 25 Scarlet Knights (5-1) ended the tournament with two champions in their weight classes and a combined team record of 16-14.
Clark Abrams, the chief of the Money Laundering and Financial Investigations Unit for the Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor of the City of New York, spoke to students about his time at Rutgers, his career experiences and his advice for students looking to work in law enforcement.
On Nov. 30, the Rutgers University Executive Committee voted to investigate the possibility of 100 percent renewable energy on campus. The proposal for Rutgers to commit to 100 percent renewable energy by 2050 will now go to the Budget and Finance Committee, who will assess the feasibility of the project. For many environmental groups, like the Rutgers Sustainability Coalition, and student groups like the NJPIRG, this is a major win after advocating for the proposal for a long time.
Stephen Hillenburg, creator of “SpongeBob SquarePants,” died last Monday, Nov. 26, at the age of 57. First aired in 1999, the iconic Nickelodeon show quickly became a household name adored by children and adults of all ages.
In 1948, the then captain of the Yale University baseball team met Major League Baseball (MLB) legend Babe Ruth at a pre-game ceremony.
A joint study between Rutgers University and the Carnegie Institution for Science has recently added to the origins of lunar swirls by suggesting new hypotheses as to how these otherworldly phenomena are created.
The Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) was electric Friday night for the Rutgers men’s basketball team’s Big Ten opener against No. 9/8 Michigan State, and the matchup didn’t disappoint, as things were tight for a majority of the game.
Coming off a big win on the road, short rest and a travel day in between — not to mention schoolwork and everything else it takes to be a student athlete — the Rutgers men’s basketball team is set for a matchup against Michigan State in front of a sellout crowd at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) tonight at 6 p.m.
New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal (D) issued a directive to all state, county and local law enforcement agencies to limit the types of voluntary assistance to federal civil immigration authorities, such as the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
The Rutgers Eagleton Institute of Politics hosted an Eagleton Institute Alumni Panel on Nov. 28, which focused on careers in politics, policy and public affairs.
Despite the freezing temperatures, cold dessert is one thing that never seems to go out of style. The cold often deters people from going out, but New Brunswick is giving them a reason to brave the elements. Lately, Rutgers has been rapidly implanting new restaurants and coffee joints on every corner, making Easton Avenue a hot spot for late-night cravings. The latest scoop is that New Brunswick opened up a traditional Thai rolled ice cream shop – also known as stir-fried ice cream – to Easton Avenue. Popping up only a few storefronts down from Thomas Sweets Ice Cream, the new dessert shop, IScream – Roll Up, is here to bring on a delicious, unique twist to Easton Avenue.
Next to the Internet, the invention of "the pill" has changed the fabric of modern society. No longer limited to marriage or the workplace, women were able to juggle intimate relationships while pursuing a career. The birth control pill gave women more liberty to sleep with whomever they wanted without the risk of an unwanted pregnancy. This freedom has led more women to pursue a college education, join the workforce and achieve economic equality to men. It also led to a rise in “single culture” and destroyed the stigma of premarital sex. Yet, has the sexual revolution improved the relationships between men and women? Has it made women happier and fulfilled? While the dust is still clearing from the effects of the counterculture movement in the 1960s, discontent has begun to rear its ugly head.
It feels like from the time we're young, we're conditioned to aspire to find “the one,” a soulmate. Although this seems pretty innocent, it's often the reason it's so hard to let people go and take them out of our lives. Everyone has flaws and to love someone is to love them regardless of those flaws. But that’s different from keeping someone in your life who's toxic for you.
After returning from a 2-1 loss at the Vancouver Showcase last weekend, the Rutgers women’s basketball team struggled against Virginia Tech in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on Wednesday evening.
For the last several weeks, the Rutgers wrestling team has had success against recent opponents in dual and quad meets. This weekend, the No. 25 Scarlet Knights (5-1) will match up against nationally-ranked individuals from top teams at the Cliff Keen Invitational in Las Vegas, Nev.
Rutgers professors are aiming to pass a bill for New Jersey to become the second state in the country with an established state microbe, the first being Oregon with brewer’s yeast.
The Rutgers men’s basketball team picked up its biggest road win under head coach Steve Pikiell Wednesday night, as the Scarlet Knights (5-1) defeated Miami on the road in a real nail biter.
In its first road game and second biggest test of the season, the Rutgers men’s basketball team went inside Watsco Center in Coral Gables, Fla. and took care of business against Miami, leaving South Beach with a 57-54 win and a win for the Big Ten in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.
In an email to the student body yesterday, Rutgers Athletics Director Pat Hobbs discussed the challenges that the football team faced this year.