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The era of Big Tech may soon be over. Well, that’s if presidential hopeful Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has her way. A few weeks ago Warren, who has been the policy table-setter of the Democratic primary thus far, unveiled a massive regulatory plan aimed directly at Silicon Valley.
This weekend, the Rutgers men’s and women’s track and field teams are heading back down to Gainesville, Florida for the Florida Relays. Last weekend, the Scarlet Knights had a meet at the South Florida Bulls Invitational in Tampa, where they competed in their first outdoor meet of the season.
Saturday evening in Pittsburgh, one of the most notable events in Rutgers Athletics history took place as wrestlers Nick Suriano and Anthony Ashnault both stood atop their respective weight classes as the best in the NCAA. The wins are the first in wrestling for the school but have a much larger impact on the program than just two trophies in a case.
Over spring break, I intended to let my brain rest as much as possible. After two months of constant assignments and exams, it was time to relax. There were two rules I imposed upon myself: do not do homework of any kind and do not do anything stressful.
The Rutgers Muslims Feminists for Arts club hosted an event on Tuesday called "Feminist Conversation: Gender Roles in Islam.” Multiple professionals were invited to speak at this event, opening the table up for conversation not just between Muslims or feminists, but for everyone willing to learn more.
In perhaps the greatest known college admissions cheating scandal, big names like Lori Loughlin, Felicity Huffman and several CEOs have been implicated and indicted with federal charges. This entire scam was orchestrated by William Singer, CEO of the college admissions preparatory company The Key.
Medical students at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (RWJMS) have developed a volunteer-based program, known as Baby Steps, to help newborns affected by opioid use during pregnancy.
Anthony Ashnault and Nick Suriano are the most recent champions to ring the bell perched above Old Queens, here is a reflection of the top 5 victories that deserved a ring of the sacred bell in Rutgers history.
Arguably one of America’s most influential and innovative poets, Walt Whitman was surely ahead of his time. Written approximately 150 years ago, Whitman’s words continue to excite and liberate us as they offer insights into humanity, sexuality and personal freedom that will forever be timeless. In honor of the bicentennial of the poet’s birth, the Special Collections and University Archives at Rutgers University–New Brunswick Libraries presented its “Poet of the Future” exhibition on Tuesday.
In May 1964, playwright, author and activist Lorraine Hansberry gave a speech to the winners of a creative writing contest hosted by Reader’s Digest and the United Negro College Fund (UNCF). Included in her remarks was this illuminating quote: “Write if you will: But write about the world as it is and as you think it ought to be and must be — if there is to be a world. Write about all the things that men have written about since the beginning of writing and talking — but write to a point. Work hard at it, care about it. Write about our people: Tell their story. You have something glorious to draw on begging for attention. Don’t pass it up.”
The Eagleton Institute of Politics Center for Youth Political Participation held the event "Pizza and Politics: Fostering Civil Dialogue on Campus" yesterday. It was headlined by Nancy Thomas, the director of Institute for Democracy & Higher Education (IDHE) at Tufts University, and Elizabeth Matto, the director of Eagleton's Center for Youth Political Participation (CYPP).
Rutgers, in collaboration with the RWJBarnabas Health System, has developed a new model for intensive care, which can potentially help to discover factors that send chronically ill patients to the intensive care unit (ICU), according to Rutgers Today.
A national reckoning, an awakening of the American consciousness, a reconciling of our exceptionalist image and an end to an America that ignores not just the sins of the past but the sins of the present: We must have a debate on reparations.
In a recent ranking from Computer Science Degree Hub, a resource guide that gives information about accredited computer science programs in the country, Rutgers placed 35th.
March has been a month to celebrate notable women leaders, our own personal heroines and even women in our families. The whole purpose of this month is to celebrate the vital role women have had in forming history. This is the time to reflect upon our women leaders and the silent operators that do not get recognition for their hand at making a difference.
Junior midfielder Samantha Budd and senior defenseman Kyle Pless were each recognized by the Big Ten Conference for the Rutgers women’s and men’s lacrosse teams, respectively.
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) and New Jersey Secretary of Education Zakiya Smith Ellis announced yesterday their new plan to ensure higher education meets student needs under the vision of a Student Bill of Rights, affirming the central goal of achieving 65 percent postsecondary attainment by 2025 and committing the state to its vision, according to a governor’s office press release.
No longer can anyone say it’s not possible to win a national championship in the Rutgers wrestling room. No longer can anyone say head coach Scott Goodale is nothing more than a high school coach.
Hundreds of medical school students in the Class of 2019 recently opened envelopes that sealed the fate of their future in medicine, according to Rutgers Today.
The best way to describe sophomore midfielder Zackary Franckowiak would be as a jack of all trades.