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The cost of living is always rising, making it essential that minimum wage employees get compensated yearly as the rate of inflation increases, said Jeffery Rubin, a professor in the Department of Economics.Although the minimum wage in the state of New Jersey increased by 13 cents at the start of the year, Rubin does not believe the increase will have any effect on the economy.
There has been an ongoing dispute between Rutgers American Association of University Professors-American Federation of Teachers and Rutgers University over faculty earning fairer contracts.But a more nuanced issue within the extended debate between certain members of the faculty and the administration has been the “subject to” clause, a topic that was addressed by David Hughes, a professor in the Department of Anthropology, at a Board of Governors meeting on Dec. 9, according to a previous article in The Daily Targum.
Smoke shops demand attention on New Brunswick’s Easton Avenue with their bright signs and colorful, ornately shaped smoking devices. Inside, customers can pick from an array of tobacco strains and electronic cigarettes. Customers, particularly young customers, are enticed by e-cigarettes compared to conventional cigarettes, particularly when they discover they can choose flavored e-cigarettes like gummy bear, piña colada and creamy milk chocolate.
Women go to see films made by women, and men go to see films made by men, Debra Zimmerman said. If there are no women filmmakers, women are forced to see films by men, which they may not particularly like.“There were more woman working in Hollywood in 1928 than there are now,” she said.
Rutgers has a wide variety of activities for students, but one such activity requires quick reflexes and strategic minds.
Academic institutions are recognized for taking steps to create environments and policies that meet the needs of students with a wide variety of gender and sexual identities, but some groups still lag behind. Rutgers, however, ranks above the average in providing services to every sexual identity, according to a recent article in bestcolleges.com. The University was one of the top colleges in the nation for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students.