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At a time where the sensible world is waiting for some director to say the word “Cut!”, we still live in some denial that this is all a television show, and our reality star President Donald J. Trump is simply attempting to put the Kardashians' ratings to shame. In our most recent episode, the Special Counsel Robert Mueller investigation — a recurring theme throughout our past two seasons — came to a disappointing conclusion for many. What Democrats do not seem to realize, though, is that they now have a chance to end the show. But they are not taking it.
Last summer, I interned at a Republican congressional office and every day I would take calls from people who were genuinely angry that President Donald J. Trump had colluded with Russia. These people, in their bones, believed that Trump was a traitor. Why? Because the media told them so.
The deterioration of Arctic ice contributes to 25 percent of global-average warming temperatures and negatively affects jet streams, said Dr. Jennifer Francis, a senior scientist at climate change think tank Woods Hole Research Center.
The Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) voted to allocate funds for the Meal Swipe for Charity initiative to the New Brunswick organization Youth Empowerment Club at Thursday’s meeting. The assembly passed two new pieces of legislation as well, addressing the meningitis B outbreak and better access to open textbooks.
The Rutgers American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT) is asking for an additional $15 million for a Paul Robeson Diversity Hiring Initiative for 2019-2020 and 100 Paul Robeson fellowships for graduate students, according to a union document obtained by The Daily Targum. These funds would be added to University President Robert L. Barchi’s previously promised $21.7 million for diversity hiring through 2021.
This past weekend, the Rutgers women’s track and field team traveled to Gainesville, Florida for the Florida Relays, where it competed against some of the most top-tier programs in the country. The Scarlet Knights had two momentous wins this week, with national recognition.
Jordan Peele’s new film, "Us,” is a terrifying plunge into a philosophical manifestation of human imagination. Like his debut, “Get Out,” “Us” is a horror film with deeper meanings, Easter eggs and is ripe for fan theories. While “Get Out” focused on race specifically, “Us” widens its scope to America, and, in the words of writer-director-producer Jordan Peele, “the most terrifying thing … the self.”
Another nationally-ranked team, another disheartening loss. The Big Ten is filled with challenging opponents, and the Rutgers tennis team is winless in conference play through five games.
As Gaypril — also known as LGBTQIA Cultural History and Pride Month at Rutgers — gets underway, it brings with it a call for the celebration of different sexual orientations and gender identities. The release of the third season of Netflix’s wholesome makeover show ‘'Queer Eye'’ embodies this celebration of identity.
Restaurants at the student centers are a hot commodity for those who prioritize convenience or want an alternative to dining halls, but competition from outside vendors and the potential increase of rent may cause problems for these restaurants in the future.
The way people find jobs today is very different from even just a few years ago, according to Business News Daily. With the rapidly changing job market, Tommy Sirico, a School of Arts and Sciences junior who is majoring in economics, believed that students were missing out on an entire industry’s worth of opportunities, such as insurance. This year, he recently decided to start the Rutgers Insurance Club because he believed that it would be significant and relevant to students.
On Thursday night, those running for Senate positions in the Rutgers University Student Assembly’s (RUSA) spring elections were able to engage in debate and share their platforms before voting opened at the 2019 Senators Forum.
For the majority of incoming college student athletes, practice starting in July amid the heat of summer is a given when committing to compete at a university. For transfers and early enrollees, the upcoming season starts now, in the spring.
As voting opens in the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) elections for this spring, Jhanvi Virani, a School of Arts and Sciences junior, is set to become the student governing body’s next president. Majoring in computer science and mathematics, Virani is running unopposed for the position as part of the "Our Rutgers" ticket.
I grew up in a town of "haves" and "have-nots." Those with the "haves" were simply placed higher up on the trivial social ladder than the "have-nots." Even beginning in the early days of elementary school, this distinction was clear.
The Rutgers swimming and diving team has surpassed expectations, a testament to how the Scarlet Knights have remained a strong force in the Big Ten.
On March 22, Special Counsel Robert Mueller submitted the findings of his investigation of possible collusion between the President Donald J. Trump campaign and the Russian government during the 2016 presidential election to Attorney General Bill Barr. Mueller said that, while there were efforts by Russian agents such as the Internet Research Agency (IRA) and the Russian government itself, “the investigation did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.”
This past July, Forbes called Kylie Jenner “self-made.” And despite even Dictionary.com mocking that claim, Kylie Jenner still cannot seem to let that title go. Just last week, when speaking with Interview, Kylie Jenner said: “There’s really no other word to use other than self-made because that is the truth.”
A recent study from the Center for Gambling Studies (CGS) revealed a strong link between crypto trading and gambling problems.