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I was reading a book titled, "Can't Stop Won't Stop: A History of the Hip-Hop Generation" by Jeff Chang, and I came across a passage I could not get over: "It was not the rappers' message that brought the audience together, it was the things that the audience bought that brought the rappers together." Historically, rap music has gone through a myriad of styles and subjects.
There’s been a lot of talk about tuition-free college over the past couple of years, with it being a primary issue on former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ platform, San Francisco making public community colleges free, and the state of New York passing legislation that effectively provides middle-class families with free higher education.
As a University that has a daily newspaper, Rutgers should be extremely involved in any advancement made in the world of collegiate newspaper production.
As a proud Rutgers alumnus, I was disheartened to see the Conservative Union flyer that made the Targum’s front page on March 1, 2017.
April 7 marked the birthday of the World Health Organization and this year’s theme is depression, the No. 1 cause of ill health. More than 300 million people experience it worldwide, and about 20 million in the United States alone.
As a professor of religion, I am, of course, thrilled at the idea of a religious literacy course being required for all Rutgers students.
I want to take this time to reflect on some recent news developments that have been particularly interesting to me as a political junkie but have wide-ranging effects for our country.
The conservative woman is an enigma that radical feminists like to pretend does not exist — but when they do, many radical feminists make the same gender-based attacks against these women that they accuse the patriarchy of doing.
Rutgers' Department of Philosophy is known for its reputation as one of the best in the nation. But now, it is receiving international recognition as well.
A cold, refreshing Pepsi is perfect for almost any occasion — barbecues, parties and mid-work lunch.
To the delight of his base, President Donald J. Trump signed a massive and immensely consequential series of executive orders last week aimed at deregulating the fossil fuel industry.
This past week, Rutgers students, faculty, staff and alumni signed a letter of support with the students on strike at the University of Puerto Rico (UPR). The UPR student body concerns echo a resistance to a larger series of austerity measures imposed by the United States Congress with the passage of the 2016 PROMESA Bill.
If you’ve ever been remotely involved in anything even
semi-sports related here at Rutgers University, then you’ve heard of our
Athletic Director Pat Hobbs.
Many of our friends are leaving this year. April, as it does each spring, comes in a sudden manner, bringing its blooming cherry blossoms seemingly overnight.
Two years ago I had a job as a teaching assistant, working with children at a local daycare center ranging from a few weeks old to the age of 4.
Oftentimes, Rutgers University conducts research on topics that affect the student body and the surrounding community.
While the prison systems in the United States are flawed in many ways, one of the most prevalent issues today is the treatment of women in prison.
There’s recently been a lot of outrage at Rutgers over the removal of chicken nuggets from takeout.
The unpopularity of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), colloquially known as Obamacare, propelled the Republican Party to make huge gains, from local representatives and governors all the way to Congress and the presidency.