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Last Sunday night, Oct. 6, Students for Justice in Palestine board members printed mock eviction notices and distributed them in residence halls at Rutgers-New Brunswick. This action was intended to call attention to the systematic demolition of the homes of Palestinians in the Occupied Territories and Israel.
Rutgers University President Robert L. Barchi finally broke his silence when reached for comment for an article that was published on Oct. 4. “The Glee Club has, for 140 years, been the keeper of the Alma Mater and has, when it deemed appropriate, modified its words to reflect the nature of the student body.
"You know you go to an all women’s college when you feel like you have to constantly defend the existence of women’s colleges,” the pop culture website Buzzfeed accurately explained in a recent article entitled “29 Signs You Go to a Women’s College.” Everyone knows there are stereotypes of women’s colleges that exist.
After reading “EZPass tracking is unacceptable,” I decided to quickly search for similar articles on the Internet and was not surprised to find dozens of blogs written in the same vein. I have a big problem with that. Here’s the thing, that hacker did not discover anything new.
Twenty-six-year-old Eyricka Morgan died earlier this week at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital after a man living in the same boarding house on Baldwin Street stabbed her to death.
Rutgers University’s disciplinary policy, or lack thereof, affecting their police officers violates several state and federal laws, not to mention Supreme Court decisions, affording all employees certain rights under the Department of Labor and State Statute.
Where is our sense of history? Has it died, or is it being slowly bled from our collegiate experience? With a new system is in place and a corporate-style administration, the University has worked diligently to remove nonessentials from university life and eliminate redundancies through merged departments.
Just as the author of “U. students should not be overloaded with homework” is worried about the value of homework in American universities, I too was once confused about the point of “busywork.” However, I now realize homework is essential in a student’s education.
Not long ago, President Barack Obama stated in a speech to the nation that we Americans are different from the rest of the world, that in some way we are exceptional.
There were definitely times when I wanted to stop riding for the day. There was the day we left Havre De Grace, Md. for 85 continuous miles of hills that twisted and turned all the way to Washington, D.C.
Yesterday morning, I woke up and grabbed my iPhone to check Facebook just like any other day. As I looked at my news feed, I noticed that 10 of my friends posted a link to a Buzzfeed post that had compiled several racist and Islamophobic tweets regarding Nina Davuluri, the first Indian-American winner of the Miss America beauty pageant, which happened Sunday in Atlantic City, N.J.
New York’s Spring Fashion week splashed across the streets this past week attracting only those who have appreciation for wearable art. Here’s my breakdown of the hottest designers at this year’s show.
Last Friday, a 10-year-old boy in Philadelphia was the victim of a murder-suicide. His father shot him, his mother and then himself, though the mother was wounded.
From the promiscuous brigade of “Slutwalkers” to Femen, the topless white saviors of womankind, sexual liberation is resurging as a means for women to have authority over their sexualities, thus wresting control from men who have long possessed female sexuality for their own self-serving purposes.
This past week, I moved from living amidst the whims and naiveté of youth to the great frontier of adulthood: entering college. I am ready to live on my own, make vital life decisions with little or no advice from my elders and face both academic and personal trials and tribulations.
Hunting down a Rutgers bus from a distance of fifty feet, just to have it close its doors on you the moment you arrive has become a University pastime. The countless laughs you share when you retell your fateful tale of how you were late to class are always a great joy.
Yesterday the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, chaired by New Jersey’s own Democratic Senator Robert Menendez, passed a resolution for military action in Syria by a 10-7 vote.
While I was browsing the Internet this morning, a pop-up on my Facebook page informed me that my privacy settings were not very high. So, while I looked for a way to adjust them, I found this little icon in that corner that read Privacy Settings. I was just about to click it when I suddenly stopped and chuckled. I thought to myself: Is it really worthwhile, setting privacy on a social networking site? Isn’t it almost ironic?