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It has been weeks since the heinous Pittsburgh shooting in which 11 Jewish worshippers were massacred in their most sacred quarters by a Nazi terrorist. This past November also marks 80 years since the Night of Broken Glass saw the destruction of Jewish homes, schools and synagogues at the hands of the Nazis who would go on to slaughter 6 million of Europe’s Jews.
A look back at the most memorable wins in the Steve Pikiell era.
The Knights will send two freshmen to the Speedo Winter Junior Championships this week in East Greensboro, N.C.
While two Knights earned individual weight class titles last weekend, the team finished ninth overall in the standings at the Las Vegas, Nev. tournament.
While the stereotypical little green men may not be what inhabits Mars, two Rutgers professors will be teaching Byrne seminars on the prospects of life on the planet.
Researchers in Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS) will be forming a new series of workshops to address the opioid epidemic that kills approximately 3,000 people in New Jersey every year, according to Rutgers Today.
Rutgers University is not an anomaly in the face of starvation in the United States. “There is this joke, ‘oh the starving college student who goes to things for free food.’ It is not a joke at all. It is very serious. And it is very real,” said Lauren Errickson, who oversees the Rutgers Against Hunger (RAH) initiative.
As the holiday season and winter break approaches, Rutgers reminds students to also take care of their health and get vaccinations for the upcoming flu season.
Born in this nation of promise and progress, civic and political power are inalienable birthrights that require provision and nurturing. Yet they are placed in the hands of some and beyond reach for others. Institutions of learning are designed to be the grand guardians of democracy, wielding education as a great leveler of inequities. They function as ladders descending down to those born into circumstances beyond their control, ready for their ascension.
In the shadow of recent President Donald J. Trump-land chaos, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos proposed a new federal policy that gives more freedoms to those accused of sexual assault on college campuses, be they men or women, citing that former President Barack Obama-era regulations “lacked basic elements of fairness.”
As far as economic policy is concerned, the American ideological compass has become frustratingly one-dimensional and inflexible. As income and wealth inequality have risen to levels not seen in nearly a century, the Left has cried foul, proposing numerous solutions to reduce inequality, typically through income transfers to those at the bottom or various regulations. Simultaneously, while conservative elites have rallied against what they perceive as burdensome economic regulations, they have also sought to justify any market outcomes and portray attempts to question or alter them as immoral and greedy.
A Rutgers professor was selected as one of the winners of the Frederick Douglass Book Prize last week for her book on the life of a female runaway slave.
A Rutgers graduate and two current seniors were selected as the University’s first Schwarzman Scholars, a global program where students are educated about leadership while pursuing a master’s degree in global affairs at Tsinghua University in China.
Colombia’s protected tropical forest lands face a 600 percent increased likelihood of fires, according to Rutgers Today.
Recent Rutgers research has found that a parasite known to cause emphysema may also be an important tool in managing the disease.
Geo Baker, Eugene Omoruyi leading the way for Rutgers in the early season. The Knights have played some impressive ball against two of the top teams in the country, but haven't been able to close things out, so far.