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On March 13, Vanity Fair published an 8,800-word cover story glossed with a portrait of Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke: his brown-gray hair tussled over his forehead, bucolic Texas landscape in the background and door of his Toyota Tundra ajar. The piece profiles him in detail, covering everything from his penchant for punk rock to his presidential ambitions. “Man, I'm just born to be in it,” he said.
Senior Vera Koprivova was 0.01 seconds away from becoming the Rutgers swimming and diving team’s first All-American since 2008 last Sunday at the NCAA Championships in Austin, Texas.
Due to inclement weather, the Rutgers softball team has not been able to play a home game yet this season.
Dave Maiullo, a physics support specialist in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, was first intrigued by physics when he was 9 years old and looked through his father’s telescope to see Saturn.
A roller-coaster filled season came to an end Friday for the Rutgers women’s basketball team, as it fell to Buffalo 82-71 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Storrs, Connecticut on Friday.
Giving is about more than just making a donation — it is about making a difference. I have learned how to make a difference with the Teaching Annual Giving (TAG) Team at Rutgers. I joined the TAG Team three years ago and quickly learned how important it was to our success as students.
A research team at Rutgers offered findings on a new source of rare earth elements, as well as how to extract them.
A vote on a bill to legalize recreational marijuana for adults over the age of 21 was canceled at New Jersey’s state capital on Monday after not gathering enough support in the senate, according to an article by NJ Advance Media.
Let us consider the fundamental values of countries such as China, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Pakistan, Egypt or Somalia. Think for a second. What comes to mind? Is it democracy? Human rights maybe? I did not think so. Well, at least I would certainly hope not. If we were to add the U.S. onto this authoritarian cocktail of a list, nobody would blame you for picturing them as sitting at the head of a table, scolding the rest for their bad behavior. Unfortunately, this time the U.S. is here to join the party rather than stop it.
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), in recent weeks, has been harshly criticized for tweets she made regarding how lawmakers were influenced by the pro-Israeli lobby. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) threatened punishment against Omar for criticizing Israel. Omar responded to this by tweeting a Puff Daddy lyric, “It’s all about the Benjamins baby.” When she was asked on Twitter who she believes is paying Americans to be pro-Israel she tweeted “AIPAC!”
Leaving the cinema in 2010, my 12-year-old self was content with seeing the curtain fall on “Toy Story,” one of my favorite film franchises. Sure, “Toy Story 3” had a tearjerker of an ending, but the culmination of the series was more sweet than bitter — or so I thought.
We hear about people’s sex lives in media far too often. Just recently it was the virgin "Bachelor" Colton Underwood – the producers of the show made sure everyone knew he was a virgin every time the show aired. The popular topic of conversation kept people intrigued and captivated viewers to come back the following week to see if the discussion has changed. Now, even after the show finished airing, people are still talking about his virginity.
For the first time in history, the Rutgers wrestling team has its national champions. At the 2019 NCAA Championships in Pittsburgh, junior 133-pounder Nick Suriano made a run through a gauntlet of familiar opponents en route to becoming the Scarlet Knights’ first NCAA champion and he won it all as the underdog with unfinished business against two former opponents.
Earlier this month, the U.S. Justice Department began the prosecutorial process of the largest college cheating scheme in department history. Fifty people were charged nationwide with cheating on college admissions exams and securing admission to elite colleges through bribery and conspiracy. This is by no means simply a case of a few bad apples, but rather it is a glimpse into the veiled rotting of a broken ecosystem of inequality, bribery and disillusion.
When it comes to spring break destinations, it seems like an obvious choice to travel south to a warm resort. Cancun, Cabo and Miami are all popular spots for college students. If you’re from New Jersey, you are probably desperate to get away from the cold. Here, while spring has technically sprung, the temperatures are still sub-40 degrees and the winds are harsh. Every Rutgers student is yearning to strip off that winter jacket and replace it with shorts and a crop top.
The Rutgers tennis team traveled to New Orleans during spring break to take on Southern University and Binghamton. The Scarlet Knights (8-5, 0-3) defeated the Jaguars, 7-0, and the Bearcats, 6-1, over the weekend before returning to New Jersey.
Spring break is a time for what college students love best: debauchery and poor fiscal decision-making. Best of all, the vacation is a study in group dynamics, archetypes and the limits of common sense. Here are some typical kinds of students you’ll find on a spring break trip.
When we went to vote for president in 2016 we were left with three options: Vote now President Donald J. Trump, vote Hillary Clinton or vote for a third party that has no chance at winning the election. The only problem was that Trump and Clinton were two of the most hated candidates in modern U.S. election history.
Using data collected from a smartphone application, a Rutgers study found that teenagers hurt themselves on purpose to feel physical pain.
Since it was first launched in 2001, Rutgers' Graduate School of Education (GSE) has been connecting students and educators between the United States and South Africa through the South Africa Initiative (SAI).