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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.
Preliminary results for the 2019 Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) elections suggest a general victory for the "Our Rutgers" ticket.
“Juvenoia:” An unofficial term used to describe the fear and resentment in which older generations regard the newer. It is no new information that millennials and Gen Zs are possibly among the most hated generations to exist, with their violent video games, liberalism, millennial pinks, memes, mental illnesses, killing of entire industries, need for higher salaries, lack of foreseeable housing options, avocados, hipster fashion and disruption of the nuclear family.
Members of the Rutgers American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT) are now signing up for picket duty in preparation for a possible strike, the faculty union tweeted yesterday.
The internet is the epicenter for comedy in 2019. Social networks like Twitter, Tumblr and Instagram thrive off of user-generated content. As with all of modern civilization, the best way to garner popularity is through two things: hot takes and comedy. People, television and films have all been able to harness the visceral reactions of human laughter through threading the needle between both.
Twenty-one county prosecutors in New Jersey will be holding community forums on local college campuses to address the issue of campus sexual violence this upcoming fall, according to a press release by the New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety. This was announced during the New Jersey Conference on Campus Sexual Violence, an event hosted by the Center on Violence Against Women and Children in Somerset, New Jersey.
Compared to other undergraduate schools at Rutgers, Mason Gross School of the Arts has the highest percentage of out-of-state students, close to double that of the School of Arts and Sciences and School of Engineering.
We live in a world that's so plentiful, it’s scarce. We only have so much time and money, with millions of ways to spend it. We have access to pretty much everything and everyone in the world, so how are we supposed to decide among them?
Charles Town, West Virginia native junior Rhonda Rogombe, recently had a successful trip to Gainesville, Florida where she continued to climb the ladder toward the Rutgers women's track and field team's record in the high jump.
Spring is in the air, and so is the flu. Dr. David Cennimo, an infectious disease expert at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School (NJMS) discussed the prevalence of the flu even in the springtime, emphasizing that it is still important to get vaccinated.
The Rutgers football team holds a special spot in the now-150-year history of college football. It was at the site of the College Avenue Gymnasium on Nov. 6, 1869, where Rutgers College defeated its Route 1 rival Princeton University (formerly known as the College of New Jersey) 6-4 in the first-ever football competition at the collegiate level.
Six more matches. Six more opportunities to make the Big Ten tournament.
With the Democratic primary field already consisting of 14 candidates — and more almost certain to join — it is clear that this primary race will be far different in character than the 2016 Democratic primary, which saw an anointed party favorite carry the competition from beginning to end.
In its third race of the spring season, the Rutgers rowing team captured four first-place finishes in events en route to winning the 12-team field Doc Hosea Invitational, last Saturday.