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Rutgers has an opportunity to win 13 games this season and improve its seed in the Big Ten Tournament if it wins out in the last two games of the season.
The Rutgers men's soccer team picked up its biggest win of the season against Lafayette, and have now officially begun its first win streak of the year.
Rutgers will play two teams at the bottom of the conference before the Big Ten Tournament, with seeding implications the tournament taking effect over the weekend all across the conference.
An echo from the Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh debacle, and a sentiment being expressed throughout the #MeToo movement in general, is this notion that as women come forward about sexual assault, men are being “attacked.” The movement to somehow implicate men as the victims in the #MeToo movement is strong enough that there is an (admittedly relatively unpopular) #HimToo hashtag. The most popular example of the #HimToo movement is a mother’s post about her son being afraid to go on "solo dates due to the current climate of false sexual accusations by radical feminists with an axe to grind.”
A few years ago, at the worst point of a state financial crisis that was impacting the University, the Department of Psychology passed a resolution 18-1 recommending that the Athletics Department budget be cut. I was the one. Though, I had to admit that the Athletics Department had earned the vote. A few years earlier there was no animosity toward athletics and even a measure of support. Then, the Athletics Department destroyed any goodwill that existed toward it over an issue so trivial that it still boggles my mind.
The organization known as TED, which stands for Technology, Entertainment and Design, is a nonprofit devoted to ideas worth spreading. Twice a year, the organization holds TED Conferences, where they invite some of the world’s most profound thinkers and creators. As a subset of the overarching organization, there are TEDx programs, including one here at Rutgers, which too aims to promote ideas worth spreading in more of a local and self-organized community setting. On Oct. 15, TEDxRutgers held their annual "Speechcraft" event, where 10 students gave talks about their own ideas and experiences.
Mark Beal, a professor in the School of Arts and Sciences, recently published his latest book titled “Decoding Gen Z: 101 Lessons Generation Z Will Teach Corporate America Marketers and Media,” aimed at teaching marketers how college-aged people consume media.
The fellowship is appointed by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Upon completing the program, graduates will be eligible to sit for the boards in Addiction Medicine exam. Board-certified physicians are automatically granted the waiver to prescribe Buprenorphine, a medication used to treat opioid use disorder
Sophomore forward Amirah Ali leads the Big Ten in scoring with 10 goals this season, and has been a force to reckon with for Rutgers ever since arriving on the Banks last season.
The Scarlet Knights have struggled as of late, but will use the play of their top freshman in an attempt to upset No. 4 Penn State on the road this week.
The Rutgers tennis team put together its best performance of the fall season over the last six days, competing in the ITA Regional Championships.
In November, Republican Bob Hugin will challenge Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) for his office, and all 12 of the House seats will be on the ballot. All 12 seats being open means that, depending on who gets out and votes, there could be some important changes to the state’s legislature. On the ballot, New Jersey voters will be asked about their approval of things like protecting students from lead exposure, expanding county and vocational college programs and the state borrowing $500 million to ramp up security in public schools.
For those of you who do not know, Forza Horizon 4 is now available for purchase on Xbox and PC. I have spent nearly 30 hours frolicking about Horizon 4’s new open world, and I have been able to gain a solid grasp of the game’s mechanics, features and story arc. Horizon 4 is the follow up to developer Playground Games’ Forza Horizon 3, which boasted the Australian outback for its open world setting.
The Law of Attraction is a philosophy built on turning positive thoughts into actuality. The concept of accepting how life is, realizing just how special the universe is and focusing on positive thoughts and goals without doubt. Practicing the Law of Attraction has no age, has no religious or cultural belief. The energy within someone has the power to pull things that they want from this universe into reality.
Yesterday, TEDxRutgers held an event where 10 students gave TED talks sharing their ideas and experiences, with the top two advancing to the Rutgers TED conference in February.
Ordering is available through the Rutgers Dining Services Places to Eat webpage, or through a new feature on the Rutgers app.
The fight over disinvitations, in which public figures are invited to speak on college campuses and then uninvited because of student backlash, is several years old now. There is nothing to be said about them that has not been said before, and that also goes for the recent disinvitation of journalist Lisa Daftari from Rutgers University. Andrea Vacchiano, a School of Arts and Sciences senior, wrote an op-ed for The Daily Targum entitled “Lisa Daftari is not Islamophobic, deserves to speak.”