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The Rutgers University Student Assembly’s (RUSA) elections committee has accused two assembly members of engaging in election fraud, but the committee's evidence may be limited. The two assembly members who were charged are School of Arts and Sciences sophomore Vladimir Carrasco, who also serves as the public relations chair for RUSA, and School of Arts and Sciences first-year student Jessica Resnick, who serves as the Livingston at-large representative.Carrasco said he was initially confronted about this incident on Feb.
Practicing yoga has been proven to improve relationships. And at Rutgers, campus group Not Just Yoga offers a place for students to not only destress and find common ground in their busy lives, but also form long-lasting friendships.
Out of 4,687 statewide general elections between 2000 and 2015, just 27 were followed by recounts, according to FiveThirtyEight. With the recounts that do occur, very few reverse initial election results.
Developing medications often requires lucky breaks or dedicated research, but pharmaceutical companies used to hold necessary patient data private. A recent push by GlaxoSmithKline aims to help researchers by publishing anonymous data, helping them learn about existing trials and what did or did not work.
While many students see the Raritan River as nothing more than a beautiful backdrop to the University, for some biology students, it is an integral part of the Rutgers experience.The Center for Ocean Observing Leadership (RU COOL), a Rutgers-based research team that devises new approaches to sample marine life, recently acquired a new research vessel.
In anticipation of the “Walkout Against Trump” protest on Nov. 16, professors around the University allowed their students to leave class early.
The Douglass Governing Council has spent this semester rebuilding the organization and revising its focus to better suit the needs of the Douglass Residential College.
Coloring books are usually associated with pre-school activity, but in less than a month, the Rutgers Art Library gave away 500 coloring books to University students.
Rutgers students marched up and down College Avenue and George Street Friday afternoon.
Counseling, Alcohol and Other Drug Assistance Program and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) has teamed up with the Rutgers Panhellenic Council.
President of Rutgers for Hillary Jeremy Atie wants his congressman in the House of Representatives to pass the Equality Act.
With four days until the presidential election, University President Robert L. Barchi told the students at the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) meeting to go out and vote.
Exam season is here, along with the stress that comes with it — but there are plenty of strategies for students to cope with the stress and anxiety that comes with it.
Rutgers—New Brunswick Chancellor Richard L. Edwards said Thursday night that students' right to free speech should not lead to derogatory speech.
In the wake of the final presidential debate last Wednesday, students are more serious about what the presidential candidates have to offer in exchange for votes come November.
A bicyclist has been injured after a car struck him on Wednesday evening on Avenue E on Livingston campus.
Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Felicia McGinty spoke to the Rutgers University Student Assembly about new initiatives her department will launch in the near future, as well as existing efforts to reduce alcohol and drug-related incidents at the University.
After Christopher Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492, one Rutgers student argues that the navigator launched a centuries-long genocide of Native Americans, and has a national holiday to show for it.
A Rutgers alumnus hoping to improve student involvement in their legal services spoke to the Rutgers University Student Assembly at last Thursday's meeting.
Claudia MarconiClaudia Marconi is a School of Arts and Sciences junior running as Busch At-Large representative. Her top priority is “hearing what (her) fellow students have to say and what they believe are the issues that need to be addressed.” Marconi said she believes that as a transfer student with an international background, she can bring a unique perspective to RUSA.