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Though the harsh winds of winter are still among us, spring has in fact begun. With spring comes an array of colorful flowers, clear blue skies and warmer weather, giving students an incentive to break out of their winter wardrobes and embrace lighter garments suited for breezy temperatures.
It has been more than two weeks since Brenton Harrison Tarrant attacked two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. It has been confirmed as of April 3 Tarrant "will face 50 murder and 39 attempted charges when he appears in the High Court in Christchurch on Friday 5 April," according to a tweet by New Zealand Police.
The Yard @ College Avenue has plenty to offer to munchie-stricken Rutgers students. From farm-to-table stir fry spot Honeygrow, coastal-inspired Tex-Mex at Surf Taco to a New York City slice from Krispy Pizza, it’s hard to find something not to like on College Avenue. But sometimes, you just need a good old classic burger.
The Rutgers men's lacrosse team will have a chance to accomplish something special this Saturday, as it travels down to Baltimore to take on No. 20 Johns Hopkins in its second Big Ten game of the season.
A humble being whose actions speak louder than words. If sophomore Belle Huang was described in one sentence, that would be it.
This weekend, the Rutgers men’s and women’s track and field teams will travel to Princeton University for the Sam Howell Invitational. This will be the first in-state outdoor meet for the women’s team, while it will be the second for the men’s team in New Jersey.
Last weekend the Rutgers softball team lost all three games against Michigan, which leaves the Scarlet Knights (16-17, 0-6) with zero wins through six Big Ten games.
Yesterday evening, Alberto Ibargüen, the president and CEO of the Knight Foundation as well as former publisher of The Miami Herald, came to Rutgers to speak about journalism, its influence on the public and the power of giant tech companies.
Senior infielder Carmen Sclafani had a day, and in the end, that was the difference maker, as the Rutgers baseball team defeated Wagner 11-10.
Rutgers has elected its Board of Trustees Officers for 2019-2020, according to an article by Rutgers Today. The Board acts in an advisory capacity to the Board of Governors and is comprised of 41 voting members: 20 charter members, 16 alumni members and five public members appointed by the governor of the state with confirmation by the New Jersey State Senate, and is headed by a chair and two vice-chairs.
While the Rutgers American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT) is recruiting students to join their cause and taking actions that “may potentially culminate in a strike later this month,” University President Robert L. Barchi announced an additional $20 million in strategic funding from his office through 2024, he announced in a university-wide email yesterday. The University’s Faculty Diversity Hiring Initiative initially promised $21.8 million in 2017 to go through 2021.
Bioterrorism, as facilitated by the advancement and exploitation of technology, is a threat that looms over us constantly. It is a threat that is even more pervasive than terrorism in the traditional sense, as bioterrorists effectively weaponize pathogens with the intent of creating an epidemic or pandemic that can decimate populations before anybody is even aware they are at risk.
Sophomore attack Adam Charalambides seems to be at the top of the game, considering he is currently the third-highest scorer in the Big Ten with 30 goals through 10 games. He has established himself as the main offensive threat for a Rutgers men's lacrosse team fighting for its first NCAA Tournament spot since 2004.
A deal late last week reached among New York state legislators in Albany will make New York City the first city in America to adopt congestion pricing on its crowded streets, which is a system of tolls that charges drivers for entering areas of high traffic. The new policy, which will take effect in 2021, will charge cars a little more than $10 per day to drive below 60th Street in Manhattan, with trucks to be charged about twice that fee, according to reports.
Saying that my heart aches is an understatement. Saying that I have only shed a few tears is an understatement. Saying that I feel frightened to walk alone at night is an understatement. Saying that I fear that the one place where I can find tranquility and peace can be brutally disturbed is an understatement. These were just a fraction of the emotions that flooded my mind on March 15, a day of woe and utter heartbreak.
A study from Rutgers School of Public Health found that the rate of human papillomavirus (HPV) infection is high in young minority men who were gay or bisexual, even though there is a vaccine available to prevent it, according to Rutgers Today.
Earlier this month Hulu released yet another iteration of the “sadcom.” This term or its synonyms (dramedy, half-hour comedy or comedy in theory) is derived from a specific brand of television shows that became prevalent in the last five years.
It’s been nearly 90 years since The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) opened in Manhattan. Today, the museum houses an impressive permanent collection with iconic artworks like impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh’s “Starry Night,” pop artist Andy Warhol’s “Campbell Soup Cans” and Dadaist Marcel Duchamp’s “Bicycle Wheel.” As MoMA’s 90th anniversary approaches, it has decided to close its doors to the public from June 15 to Oct. 21 to expand its main building in Midtown and diversify its artistic spaces.
For decades, they knew and did nothing. They did nothing and watched as cancer rates rose and lives were torn apart. Since the 1970s, a facility of the chemical giant DuPont polluted the groundwater of the Pompton Lakes area. The contamination seeped into both the soil and the lives of New Jerseyans as hundreds of households sat on top of an underground plume of toxic chemicals.
It is not news that Rutgers is divided into numerous sub-sects of social and ethnic groups. We are comprised of a student body from all over the world. What I feel unifies many of us as students at Rutgers is that despite the overwhelming population here, we are able to create bonds based on ethnic backgrounds, shared culture and/or upbringing.