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Drinking in college is a right of passage. Every weekend, Thursday through Saturday, students line the streets of New Brunswick waiting to get into Knight Club or Olde Queens, where they party into the wee hours of the morning. Most of these students are 21 or up, but as expected, there are always a few stragglers using fake IDs, someone else’s ID or their own, hoping the bouncer will ignore the fact that they’re underage.
Defining a generation is used tactically to categorize different groups of people within the greater American context. First there was the "Greatest Generation," followed by the Baby Boomers and then Generations X, Y (millennials) and Z. It is necessary to distinguish between these groups of individuals because their contributions to society vary. But it is difficult to choose specifically where to draw the lines between generations for a number of reasons.
America embraces the concept of having women on money, just not money that gets used everyday. The one, five and twenty dollar bills are used so often that you rarely stop and look at the people on the bill. But the organizers of Women on 20 (W20) took a look and thought it's time to make some changes — and who wouldn’t agree? The Susan B. Anthony and Sacagawea dollar coins exist, but you’re unlikely to see or use them unless a ticket machine spits them out at you as change.
Utah has resurrected the practice of “death by firing squad.” Gov. Gary Herbert signed a bill into law that allows the state to use a firing squad when lethal drugs are not available for death penalty victims.
The American news media has an unequivocal passion for presidential elections. The 2016 presidential election is roughly 600 days away but it has been a topic of discussion for months.
The mentality surrounding rape and sexual assault has undeniably progressed. In most instances, victims have the opportunity to come forward and share their stories.
Society is constantly forcing us to define ourselves. When we fill out a form, we check off our races. When we use public bathrooms, we define our gender, and when we stay in Rutgers libraries past 10 p.m., we have to identify ourselves as students.
University student governments exist at the crux of bureaucracy. On the one side they are charged with representing student ideals and values.
The actions of a few can never speak for the mentalities of the majority. A video featuring brothers of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity Chapter at the University of Oklahoma went viral yesterday morning, calling the conduct of the entire organization into question.
This past Saturday marked the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. On March 7, 1965 civil rights activists attempted to cross the Edmund Pettus Bridge on a march from Selma, Alabama to Montgomery, as part of their journey towards voting rights and registration for African-Americans.
As Andy Warhol said, “In the future everyone will have their fifteen minutes of fame,” and “The Dress” just got it chance.But what color is it?
Rutgers administration recently began reporting what appears to be every student death. When a University student passes away, a mass e-mail is sent to student, professors, faculty and staff.
Check here for female, check here for male and if neither applies to you, draw your own box. Many of us grew up adhering to strict gender roles that categorizes us as either male or female — there was no in-between. Gender is fundamental to how we as individuals process the world around us. Everything we do is in some way related to gender.
Black Americans pulled the fire alarm and aren’t looking back. The deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner at the hands of police officers started a reactionary movement that shook the nation. The events that began to unfold in Ferguson, Miss. late last year held America’s eyes wide open. Regardless of feelings about what was going on, everyone had their sights on the city, waiting to see what would happen next.
For 17 retroactive days, Iranian national students were not allowed to enroll in the College of Engineering and College of Natural Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Amherst
This time Kanye isn’t the one calling B.S. The 87th Academy Awards is being called the “whitest” the show has been since 1998.
The United States does not require genetically modified food to be labeled. In some states, including New Jersey, you can pick up a piece of fruit or a vegetable that has been pumped up with chemicals and not even know it. Adding to the trend, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) just approved the first genetically modified organism (GMO) apple.
Use of the N word has become a cultural norm. Rappers and celebrities use it, politicians and lawmakers have used it and thousands if not millions of Americans use the word in every day speech.