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Rutgers welcomes spring, when the weather starts hitting above 50. But for some people, spring might not be a friendly season, since the warmer weather means an explosion of sneezes and coughs.For Saheli Patel, a School of Arts and Sciences sophomore, spring means runny noses, sneezing and sore throats.
Photo Illustration | Doctors from Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and the University of Medicine and Dentristry of New Jersey suggest options for individuals who will most likely bear the brunt of this spring’s expected allergy season, which is anticipated to be more severe in terms of pollen compared to previous years.
Police officers brought up on charges should receive a fair hearing and if found guilty, should be punished appropriately, said New Jersey State Assemblyman Gordon Johnson.A new bill requiring the Rutgers University Police Department to conduct its internal investigations and procedures in accordance with the guidelines set forth by the state Attorney General was approved by the New Jersey State Assembly on March 31, and is now waiting to be signed into law.
Photo Illustration | Bill A-3493, which is pending to be signed into law, would require Rutgers police to conduct its internal investigations and procedures in accordance with state Attorney General guidelines.
O’Neill, a Rutgers Business School alumnus and the chief executive officer of Broadcast Music Inc., spoke to the University community earlier this month about his experiences as a student and as a senior official in a major company.“It was great, it was very engaging for students,” Anello said.
The non-denominational Kirkpatrick Chapel, which has stood near Old Queens on the College Avenue campus since 1873, was named the tenth most beautiful chapel on a list of the “50 Most Amazing College Chapels and Churches.”
“Cancer doesn’t sleep, and neither do we” was the tagline at Rutgers University's "Relay for Life" marathon, where students stayed awake for 14 hours to fundraise for cancer research."Colleges Against Cancer" coordinated the event, which celebrated its 15th year at the Louis Brown Athletic Center on Livingston campus.
Courtesy of Alison Chicoma | Students file into the Louis Brown Athletic Center on Livingston campus March 27 for “Relay for Life,” the 14-hour event intended to raise funds for cancer research.
Rutgers’ online master’s in Biomedical Informatics, developed in 2010, was recently ranked as the 10th best program in the United States by thebestschools.org. COURTESY OF ZIAD SIFRI
In light of the recent legalization of marijuana in Washington, D.C., members of the University are responding to a new study that shows young conservatives are favoring the drug’s legalization.A recent poll conducted by the Pew Research Center shows 63 percent of republican millennials, or individuals born between 1981 and 1996, support the legalization of marijuana.
Photo Illustration | A Pew Research Center poll finds 63 percent of millennials who identify as Republicans favor the legalization of marijuana.
Although many employers commonly review job applicants’ criminal history on completed applications, a Rutgers Business School professor is advocating for employers to “ban the box” during the hiring process. In an article titled “The Case for Hiring Ex-Convicts” in Ethisphere magazine, Ann Buchholtz, a professor in the Department of Management and Global Business, is providing insight as to why employers should give ex-convicts a greater chance to land a job.
Photo Illustration | A Rutgers Business School professor is urging employers to remove the box that asks applicants about criminal history, citing the box as systematically denying people convicted of wrongdoing from obtaining work and turning their lives around.
While many University students can become frustrated by the campus-wide bus system, special education students are using them to learn about mass transit both inside and outside the Garden State.
Reuters | A beggar on wheelchair is seen by a one Euro shop in central Athens February 11, 2015.
It’s no secret that the Rutgers baseball team is enduring struggles to start the season.Beginning 2015 losing nine out of the first 10 games was not exactly the plan for the Scarlet Knights.
Educators to use video games in classroomsPlaying video games in school sounds like a dream for most students, but is now becoming a reality in some schools.Video games have the capacity to teach students a much larger skillset than traditional education methods can, said Erica Holan Lucci, a doctoral student and part time lecturer at the University.
Photo Illustration | Instructors are adapting Minecraft for the classroom to bring elements of the real world into a medium that many students know well.
A carnival-themed social will kick off International Women’s Week at the University on Monday March 9, aiming to empower women and connect campus organizations about women’s issues.International Women’s Day, observed each year on March 8, will be honored throughout the upcoming week with a series of events hosted by the Rutgers chapter of ONE, a non-profit nonpartisan advocacy organization, said Shaila Huq, president of ONE at Rutgers.