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The Rutgers women’s basketball team will look to collect three wins in a row in a showdown with the Charlotte 49ers on Thursday night. The Scarlet Knights (2-0) are coming off of two consecutive road wins, including an 84-67 win over Temple on Monday night.
The Rutgers swimming and diving team will host the 10-team Frank Elm Invitational this upcoming weekend, Nov. 17-19, at the Rutgers Aquatic Center.
Wednesday night will mark the fourth-to-last match for the Rutgers volleyball team as it heads into battle to face No. 15 Purdue.
The Rutgers Running Club has 18 days and $840 left to raise in order to fund their trip to Nationals. This is the first time the team has qualified for a National meet since 2013. This year nationals take place in Lansing, Michigan.
Just two days after sleepwalking through a close win over Central Connecticut State, the Rutgers men's basketball team put together a dominating performance to cruise by Cleveland State, 70-38.
Just last Wednesday, November 8th, a teacher at a the New Vision Academy Charter School in Tennessee was suspended when a video of her removing a student’s hijab circulated on social media. The Nashville educator is seen is seen removing a female student’s head scarf before touching her hair and captioning it “pretty hair”. She proceeded to upload this video on Snapchat where a concerned viewer took it up with district authorities.
The standard for gaining a political position has been diminished and lowered so that those who follow doctrines of brutality, criminality and sexual abuse can wield significant influence in their representation of the people. Lines once drawn in the sand have faded away by the winds of abuse and division. Party has been placed in front of country and pursuit of power has been placed higher than moral principle.
Rutgers University was recently placed on The Chronicle of Higher Education’s list of the flagship universities that succeeded in keeping their tuition at steady rates over the last 10 years, increasing from $10,686 in 2007 to $14,638 in 2017-2018. Year after year, the Rutgers Board of Governors has passed tuition hikes below the national average, this year’s being 1.85 percent, the lowest increase in the last three years.
When Rutgers (2-0) returns to the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) Tuesday night to take on Cleveland State (0-1), it simply cannot rely on two players coming off the bench, especially with this game being the team's third in five days.
Fresh off of its 76-63 season opening victory on the road at James Madison, the Rutgers women’s basketball team cruised to an 84-67 win Monday night at Temple.
On Sept. 5, I wrote to you describing how I was inspired by Kurt Vonnegut to write this column. I told you that I believe that we, as people, have a moral obligation to ensure that others are happy, healthy and thriving.
Last weekend, The Chronicle of Higher Education placed Rutgers University on a list of the flagship universities that have been most successful in keeping their tuition rates steady over the last decade.