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With the new Scarlet Plan, Rutgers students are no longer limited to a finite number of meal swipes per semester. The plan, which costs the same as the 285-swipe plan, gives students complete access and unlimited swipes at all Rutgers dining halls, in addition to 250 Dining Dollars to spend at other Rutgers Dining Services locations. What is great about this plan is that students no longer have to worry about budgeting their meal swipes or wasting a swipe when they only have time to run into the dining hall and grab, say, a banana. With all of that said, we laurel the implementation of the Scarlet Plan for helping to make students’ lives a little bit easier.
In his essay, “Politics and the English Language,” George Orwell speaks about the use of many political words that “completely lack ... in meaning.” These words, such as "democracy" and "fascism," have several different meanings that are at odds with one another. The word "fascism," according to Orwell, no longer refers to an extreme and regulatory authoritarian government but rather “something not desirable.”
The room at Elijah’s Promise was packed with local reporters, New Jersey government officials and those who work at the community kitchen, who watched on as Governor Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) promoted his plan to raise New Jersey minimum wages.
No one has a neutral opinion on the Kardashians. They are an American staple. Whether you love, hate or love to hate them, you know who they are. No one is truly proud to be interested in the Kardashians’ lives, but it is hard not to be, considering they dominate almost every news cycle with one controversy or another. And because they are such an unstoppable, unforgettable force, they seem almost untouchable.
Rutgers looks to regroup and come out confident against Hartford on Saturday night after suffering its worst loss in 15 years last week.
Junior backfielder Chantelle Swaby makes her return to the Banks from the Jamaican national team just as Rutgers gets ready to host Monmouth at Yurcak Field this weekend.
Cornell and No. 6 Princeton will visit the Banks this weekend to face No. 23 Rutgers. The Knights look to maintain its undefeated start to the season and to continue pushing themselves up the national rankings.
Rutgers looks to put history in the past as it travels to Columbus, Ohio to take on No. 4 Ohio State.
Rutgers has 3 former Eastern Regional Vikings on its team. The current Knights have helped the team start the season 3-0 and are now ranked No. 23 in the nation after upsetting then-No. 18 St. Joseph's.
Rutgers will host Howard, Tulane and Navy this weekend at the College Ave Gym for the Rutgers Invitational.
The ups and downs of Rutgers' win over Texas State last weekend, and what they mean for its upcoming game against No. 4 Ohio State.
Tales of New Jersey’s past are being digitized and brought back to life through the New Jersey Digital Newspaper Project (NJDNP) — a collaboration between Rutgers Libraries, the New Jersey State Archives and the New Jersey State Library.
Scarlet Plan, a new meal plan offered by Rutgers Dining Services, offers students unlimited swipes and access to the four campus dining halls, for the same price as the 285-swipe meal plan.
Courtside during basketball games and stage front for the halftime show, the Scarlet Knight is arguably one of the most recognizable faces at Rutgers. Yet, a lot of people do not know the person behind the mask.
One hundred years ago, the 1918 football season marked the conclusion of one of the most successful four-year periods in Rutgers history. There are many contributors to a successful team. Nonetheless, one contributor stands out — the senior end Paul Robeson. Paul Robeson was one of the greatest football players during the era from 1869 to 1918 and without question one of the two greatest alumni in the long history of Rutgers. That you may not have known that is the latest twist in the battle over his legacy.