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Today is one of the most important days for the City of New Brunswick, as residents have the opportunity to elect a new Mayor for the first time in almost three decades. The current mayor has been in office since 1991, and I for one think it is time for new leadership that will finally put the people of our city first.
The Knights saw solid performances by multiple players in the game, and the young group is slowly starting to mesh together — and it is starting to show some good on-field results.
Six Knights combined for 10 pins in the event.
The Knights scored all 3 of their goals in the first half of the game. They led 3-2 at halftime, but 4 Badger goals in the second half ultimately decided the game.
Anonymous for the Voiceless, an international animal rights and vegan outreach organization, staged a demonstration on the sidewalk in front of the College Avenue Student Center on Saturday, Nov. 3, where they protested the mistreatment and exploitation of animals.
A South Brunswick man has not been deported after an arrest made by officers from the Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) landed him in an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) facility.
Izaia Bullock, a former Rutgers football player charged in connection with a plot to murder, will have a hearing on Wednesday to learn if he will be released from jail while awaiting trial, according to NJ Advance Media.
Midterm elections in the United States are misunderstood and undervalued. A critical element to our democracy, midterms can prove to be the changing force in a current presidency, creating new policies and even standstills where the government can shut down as we saw in 2013. Midterms represent a symbolic step in our democracy that can serve to inspire the public to support a new candidate while ensuring incumbents do not shirk their responsibilities or their duties. Even with this information, it is curious that many young adults still choose to ignore the midterm elections in favor of waiting for the “more important” general election.
New Jersey does not have the best reputation in the eyes of our country. Between the “Jersey Shore,” pollution, aggressive drivers and mafia bosses, it is no wonder the phrase “Armpit of America” gets thrown around. It does not help that our state has also been known for corrupt politicians. So why am I bringing this up? It is not to call for a rebranding effort from the New Jersey Tourism Board. It is because tomorrow, New Jersey has a chance to stand up for itself and show the world we are not all slimy corrupt disgraces. We can do that by rejecting Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ).
Democratic representation is built on pillars of inclusion and the will, opinion and consent of the governed. For the representative structure to be stable and uphold foundational values, it requires harmony between substantive and descriptive representation in which the values and characteristics of the electorate are reflected in the government, broad citizen eligibility for public office, uncompromisable voting rights, accountable effectiveness and policy influence based in the people. The system in which democratic representation acts as an engine of prosperity and progress for all holds the overarching characteristic of high voter turnout.
Rutgers put up a great defensive effort in the first half, but couldn't get the offense going until the fourth quarter. Despite big games from Raheem Blackshear and Saquan Hampton, the Knights fell for the eighth straight game.
An unidentified person suspected of breaking into vehicles parked outside a Rutgers residence hall has still not been caught.
With the Big Ten's season leading goal scorer on their side, the Knights look to upset Wisconsin on its home field and advance to the second round of the 2018 Big Ten Tournament.
Wisconsin has been as high as No. 4 in the nation this season, but now finds itself on the outside looking in at the AP top-25 rankings after a rough 5-3 start to the season.
Rutgers looks to get past its midweek headlines and focus on the task at hand. The Knights travel to Madison to face a struggling Wisconsin team that is looking for answers.
The Princeton Area Community Foundation has honored Ingrid Reed, the former director of the NJ Project at Rutgers University’s Eagleton Institute of Politics.
University President Robert L. Barchi, joined by other University administrators, sent a letter to U.S. Department of Education (DOE) Secretary Betsy DeVos yesterday urging for continued protections for transgender students in light of the recently leaked memo regarding Title IX.