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On Sept. 28, Minhaj will bring his new stand-up show, "Before the Storm," to Rutgers. At this diverse university with a growing minority population, Minhaj’s comedy will be particularly powerful and personal. As a person of color, I have always found that seeing someone that looks like you onscreen is a viscerally intimate feeling. There is something about being visibly different that can be terrifying. Minhaj is a part of the movement to showcase and normalize South Asian talent in the mainstream, and make being different a little less terrifying.
The past two years have seen a considerable increase in polarization on the tail ends of the political spectrum. While in certain cases the most recent presidential election brought unlikely allies together, the aftermath left both parties scattered and confused. Major reorganization and re-evaluation of both parties' platforms — particularly Democrats — was in order if they were to continue to be a positive and considerable influence on the political stage. On the Left, groups such as Antifa and the Women’s March sprouted up and embraced more socialistic ideas, such as free healthcare and college tuition.
A bill signed by Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) this summer, which restored $85 million in film and television tax credits statewide, could help Mason Gross School of the Arts students and other Rutgers filmmakers find jobs.
The Rutgers chapter of Enactus is part of an international organization that supports community projects and provides long-term solutions to local businesses through employment and charitable activities.
Robert L. Barchi will renew his position as Rutgers president for at least two more years.
Barchi accepted the Board of Governor’s request to stay on as president at yesterday's board meeting, according to Rutgers Today.
Off-campus students on the College Avenue campus now have a little more peace of mind walking home at night with the activation of new security cameras.
Rutgers will travel to East Lansing this weekend and try to upset No. 5 Michigan State on its home field.
The Rutgers field hockey team will look to capture its first Big Ten win of the season and secure its best start to a season since 2008 this weekend, as the No. 9 Scarlet Knights (6-1, 0-1) host Michigan State and No. 33 Ohio State.
It seems fair to assume that almost every woman has been called a slut at some point in her life. In my own life, an acute awareness of the term came in middle school, when my best friend was called a slut after she had her first kiss in seventh grade. In the weirdly charged environment that is early pubescence, where everything is new and everyone compares “firsts” — when you had your first kiss, when you first “hung out” with someone romantically, the list goes on — it felt like the word slut was thrown out a lot more.
Obviously, longevity is one element, but there are other factors that make a great traditional rivalry. When Princeton dropped Rutgers from its football schedule, it made sense for both schools because there was no reason to believe the game would be competitive in the future and Princeton had not had much interest in the game for a long time. But, the end of the rivalry caused enormous anguish on Rutgers side.
Rutgers' Eagleton Center for Public Interest Polling has recently conducted two polls regarding the opioid issue, one of which rather strongly indicated that many people who are prescribed opioids by doctors may not have been sufficiently advised regarding opioids’ dangers or effective alternatives to opioids. In 2015, New Jersey opioid providers wrote prescriptions for more than half of every 100 patients they saw, and in 2016 New Jersey’s opioid-overdose rate exceeded the national average at 16 fatal opioid overdoses per 100,000 people. Today, the Garden State still struggles with this deadly epidemic — and New Brunswick is no exception.
In 2017, Rutgers saw an increase in reported rape incidents, drug arrests and a decrease in reported hate crimes from the year 2016, according to its 2018 Annual Campus Security & Fire Safety Report released on Monday.
Two recent polls found that a majority of New Jersey residents prescribed painkillers do not recall having their risks explained and feel the opioid epidemic is a serious problem.
Earlier this year, a report comparing the earnings of male and female graduates six years after they first enrolled in college ranked Rutgers 17th among the top 117 colleges with the smallest gender gap in graduate earnings, according to an article from Forbes.
A look back at the top 5 games of head coach Mike O'Neill's time running the Rutgers women's soccer team.
Three weeks after injuring himself in the first game of the season, senior defensive back Blessuan Austin will have surgery on his knee.