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Senior Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) cadets, Michael Quigley, a School of Arts and Sciences junior, and Alexander Hsia, a Princeton University student, have been selected to become pilots after graduation, when they will go to an Air Force base and receive their in-depth flight physicals.
Rutgers controls its own destiny with chances to make the Big Ten and NCAA Tournaments on the line.
Rutgers heads to Michigan State for another three-game series.
NASA launched its Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) last Wednesday as part of a mission aimed at discovering thousands of exoplanets orbiting bright stars. Many would likely say that funding research about distant planets and space in general may be a waste of money and time, but people should not lose sight of the values that exploring things beyond Earth can hold. Searching for and studying exoplanets can help us learn more about ourselves, and allow us to appreciate more thoroughly our own world and its seemingly unique and uncommon characteristics. We laurel the launch of the new TESS satellite, and hope that it can help humans learn a great deal more about the nature of our universe.
As yet another year comes to a close and with the summer being right around the corner, students at Rutgers are probably now, more than ever, thinking about their futures and what they want to do with the rest of their lives. For many, the beginning of the rest of their lives may start this summer: Some may have prestigious internships with their dream firms lined up, some may have summer jobs in their hometowns waiting for them and others may still be figuring out what field they want to enter.
With finals week just around the corner, many of us are already in the summer vacation mindset and have started making plans with our friends and families for exciting events. Especially for those who are graduating, summer 2018 is a time for relaxation and freedom from school-related stress. Although we should definitely dedicate time in our end-of-year plans to our friends and families and enjoying ourselves after a long semester of stress, exams and existential crises, we should also devote a significant chunk of our schedules to pursuing intellectual and personal growth.
Rutgers keeps Saint Peter's winless this season with easy 17-0 win at Bainton Field.
Rutgers comes back from 5-run deficit, but falls in 9th inning to LIU Brooklyn on the road.
Rutgers looks to capitalize off of last weekend's solid performance at the Penn Relays this weekend.
U.S. Sen. Cory Booker’s (D-N.J.) proposal to pass legislation that requires colleges and universities to play an active role in student civic engagement is reminiscent of efforts taken by Rutgers students to improve voter involvement earlier this year.
NASA launched its Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) on last Wednesday as part of a mission aimed at discovering thousands of exoplanets orbiting bright stars.
Students from the School of Communications and Information's Non-Scripted Television class traveled to New York City on Monday to visit ABC's studio for a behind the scenes peek into one of the most prolific news stations in the country.
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) visited Rutgers yesterday on his 100th day in office to reflect on his cabinet’s accomplishments since January, reiterate his policies and perspectives and highlight his visions for the future of New Jersey.
Two U.S. Senators rolled out stunning proposals this week that would fundamentally change how the United States government deals with economic downturns and persistent unemployment. Both Senators Cory Booker (D-N.J.) and Bernie Sanders (D-V.T.) expressed support for a “job guarantee,” a type of program designed to act as a permanent backstop to unemployment.
On April 16, NASA launched its Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). The satellite’s aim is to search for and find extensive numbers of planets outside of Earth’s solar system. Utilizing new and more advanced technology with very sensitive cameras, the satellite will provide a wider and clearer view of space to our researchers. To many, investing time and money into space exploration and research is a waste, especially considering the fact that we seem to know more about our solar system than our own planet’s oceans. With that said, research and discoveries regarding space and exoplanets can be extraordinarily valuable for multiple reasons.
In this era, it is neurotically irresponsible to wage a neutral war against our warming planet. We cannot afford, physically and financially, to dance in denials or political speculations any longer. What was once classified as a distant problem, for our grandchildren and their children to face, is now fully emerging for us.
A new study out of Rutgers—New Brunswick has found that a combination of aerobic exercise and meditation can help curb negative thoughts and improve feelings of self-worth for women who are victims of sexual assault suffering with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
The Rutgers Bonner Leaders Program looks to combine the art of film with community outreach through the "Dead Poets Society," the first of three installments by the Rutgers Bonner Film Series.