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In America, the black woman stands at the precipice of marginalization. Living in a white-dominated patriarchal society, she is seen as the antithesis of importance. Not only is she a minority, she belongs to the seemingly “lesser” sex within the minority.
The other day, an alarming story popped up on my newsfeed. Beneath the image of a nostalgia-inducing rainbow bear with the signature heart tag and covered in thousands of spiders was the headline: “The spider eggs they used to fill beanie babies are finally hatching!”
Last Saturday, the Rutgers football team ended the home portion of their schedule in style, defeating Big Ten foe Indiana 45-23 on Senior Day at High Point Solutions Stadium.
Take a walk in the park as a suburban white man smoking a joint, and you will most likely feel remotely safe.
It’s important to delve into the origins of Thanksgiving because it demonstrates a huge flaw in our education system.
Go f--- off a bridge, you coddling little s---,” is not a message that most people particularly want in their inbox. Yet this was the start of a rather lengthy rant I received on Reddit (of all places) about my trigger warning article, “Trigger warnings needed in classroom.”
The media has sensationalized the Ebola epidemic to such a point that many of us, including myself, have lost sight of the science and the facts.
Start with a seemingly inconsequential dialogue among a middle-aged couple at a zoo.”
American politics is a topsy-turvy world, a funhouse of liberal democratic politics and federalist, constitutional governance.
As everyone knows by now, the night of Nov. 4 was a joyous one for Republicans around the nation.
Being the only black kid in class is one of those things in that once you notice it, you can’t un-notice it.
Last Saturday, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights lost their third consecutive game and dropped their homecoming game for the third straight season as the Wisconsin Badgers trounced Rutgers 37-0.
Flashback to 2008 when America was optimistic for the coming shift in our nation's leadership. Many came out to vote who have never before, in confidence that a new face would help to redefine what 21st century America looked like.
I have gradually switched over from over-the-counter, store-bought products to natural products when it comes to beauty and healing.
Last week, the anti-sexual harassment organization Hollaback! released a 4-minute video exposing stalking and cat calling on the streets of New York City. The video went viral across the Internet, gaining over 30 million views and counting.
The most recent Ebola outbreak has prompted an unprecedented worldwide unification of medical tools and techniques, affirming the manifest vulnerability of coexistence and exposing the global need to work together if anyone is to stop spread of the virus.
Careers, money and the environment are a number of intertwined factors that affect fertility. Pressured by financial considerations, some couples might choose to delay starting a family. Women who relegate having a baby to the backburner might suddenly find themselves staring at the ticking biological clock when they become ready.
My own words burned in the back of my head, as I stood in the doorway – looking into my tiny apartment on Rue de la Clef.
More than once I’ve been told I resemble LeVar Burton, the wholesome, friendly Negro presenter of “Reading Rainbow” and “Go the F--- to Sleep” fame.
Every week, I spend almost as much time on a bus as I do in class. It's a pretty typical experience for a Rutgers student, and in a way, this has come to define Rutgers for me: the endless waiting, the tragically inaccurate Nextbus displays, the feeling of being a sardine packed in a mobile, four-wheeled tin.