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A main talking point of President Donald J. Trump’s since his 2016 campaign has been immigration and the perceived danger that undocumented immigrants pose to American citizens. As the midterm elections approach, the president has been returning to the topic, arguably with the aim of striking fear into the hearts of voters. A poll by the Pew Research Center showed that, nationally, 75 percent of Republican voters see illegal immigration as the country’s biggest problem right now.
Pathologists, immunologists, cancer research specialists and surgeons at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School are learning to play improvisation or improv games in order to better communicate their scientific and medical work to each other and the outside world.
A Rutgers student and member of the football team has been charged in connection with a murder plot.
Rutgers announced in an all-student email that the Student Charter Trustee seat is now open on the Board of Trustees, and that the Nomination Committee is now accepting nominations to fill seat.
Rutgers School of Health Professions has received a $4.2 million federal grant to train mental health practitioners as part of a new effort by the U.S. Department Health and Human Services to improve mental health services nationwide.
I really hope everyone enjoys my article today! Was that too much? Okay, let me try this again, I really hope everyone enjoys my article today. Well, now that just feels sarcastic. The issue with exclamation points has increased since current social trends in marketing have overused exclamation points in hopes to draw attention to their product, article or point of view. Exclamation points were created in hopes to further display one’s strong feeling of emphasis on a specific sentence or saying. For example, one would normally not just say, "Watch out, there’s a fire."
Battle royale as a genre is currently at its peak. What started out as a niche game style with a cult fan base has mushroomed to epic proportions. Multi-billion dollar franchises like Fortnite and Call of Duty (COD) now dominate the genre, all but eliminating competition from indie developers. Indie developers, such as Facepunch Studios, creators of Rust or Bluehole, creators of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), were the groundbreakers for battle royale.
As students, it is important to us that we enjoy the overall environment of our university. And the level of school spirit present can undoubtedly help or hurt the student experience as a whole. Our school spirit should not positively or negatively correlate with the success of our sports teams, but should be present regardless of how our sports teams do. If we bring our Scarlet Knight pride to sports games, the popular and unpopular alike, it is not far fetched to think that not only our teams will succeed, but that we will begin to realize that school spirit has a special ability to bind us more closely together as a community.
Last week, The New York Times reported that President Donald J. Trump's administration proposed redefining sex under Title IX, a federal civil rights law that protects people from sex discrimination in education programs and activities that receive federal funding.
In an email to the Rutgers community yesterday, Rutgers University President Robert L. Barchi shared his condolences for families and members of the Jewish community affected by a mass shooting that occurred over the weekend.
The Rutgers swimming and diving team defeated Toledo and Oakland at the Oakland Tri-Meet. Turka Grusova placed first in the 100-yard, 200-yard, and the 100-yard backstroke.
Olympia Martin, Lou Malhia and Kaitlyn Bragen finished with personal bests at the Big Ten Championships. Martin led all Rutgers harriers for the fifth-consecutive race this season.
The Rutgers volleyball team fell, 3-1, to the Boilermakers on Friday night and the Hoosiers on Saturday night.
In specific events this year, Rutgers placed first in land navigation and one-rope bridge and came in third in the obstacle course and ruck march events.
This past Sunday, Right-wing populist Jair Bolsonaro beat his Left-wing opponent by a 10 percent margin to become Brazil’s next president. The similarities between Bolsonaro and President Donald J. Trump are glaringly obvious. Like Trump, his time in the public eye has featured an uninterrupted chain of outrages and controversies that continued right up through his presidential campaign. Like Trump, he has insulted opponents and advocated violence.
It is reasonable to say that physical differences between people should be disregarded in a professional or civil environment, just like it would be ideal that the United States not be plagued by racism. A person should not be discriminated against based on their internal identity and preferences. It is these social constructs around gender that seem to have led to discrimination against, for example, women throughout history. These socially-constructed norms probably did indeed stem from sex, but they really seem to be responses to the specific gender roles associated with sex.
Dr. Cristina Gamboa is an obstetrician at Salud Para La Gente, a community health center located in Watsonville, Calif. She, herself, was an immigrant from Mexico and now works to provide for other families much like her own. Being in the healthcare industry, she has noticed many patients suffering from high-risk pregnancies along with serious complications. High blood pressure during pregnancy is one of the leading factors in maternal death and can be caused through bodily changes, which are induced by stress.