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Chloe Dopico will kidnap someone’s dog on the way home one day, and will still stop to pet a dozen more before reaching her destination. When she’s not busy taking care of puppies, she watches videos of pugs dressed up as Game of Thrones characters, often while wearing shark slippers, or being the loudest voice in the office. Although her dream is to swim with Great White sharks, working at the Targum will do, for now. Her favorite word is “indubitably,” though she can undoubtedly find a few others to use in her articles. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Brittany is a School of Arts and Sciences sophomore majoring in art history and journalism and media studies. She is the associate copy editor at the Targum, but in her free time she enjoys doing yoga, knitting, reading and going to the beach. Britt has intense wanderlust, is planning several trips abroad and is learning to speak French. You can reach her at your neighborhood Starbucks or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stephen Weiss can be the voice of sanity on the news desk, but has not yet decided if he wants to be. He is a fan of skiing and Game of Thrones, and dreams of the day he’ll slide down a black diamond with literal swords strapped to his feet. He is a Gryffindor, and is the only one brave enough to order food for the entire office through the phone. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Khaula Saad is a junior double-majoring in English and journalism and media studies. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Junior Libby Groden led her team in all-around points Saturday night with a score of 39.000.
Senior 149-pounder Ken Theobold captured his first All-American berth over the weekend with a seventh-place finish at the NCAA Championships.
Freshman forward Eugene Omoruyi shoots a free throw in the first half of Rutgers 72-63 loss to Minnesota at the Rutgers Athletic Center Saturday. The woes from the charity stripe continued for the Knights, who went 10-for-22 from the line.
Senior center C.J. Gettys goes up for a contested layup in Rutgers' 72-63 loss to Minnesota at the Rutgers Athletic Center on Saturday.
Junior guard Nigel Johnson played 19 minutes against Minnesota Saturday, showing no signs of the knee injury that held him out of Rutgers' matchup with Penn State a week prior.
In a continuation of the Scarlet and Black initiative, three Rutgers facilities will be renamed after Sojourner Truth, James Dickson and Will — a former slave who helped build Old Queens when the institution was first founded.
Residents collected downtown on Tuesday afternoon to protest against New Brunswick's current immigration policies. The rally took place after a statement from the Mayor's office clarified that the city is not a "sanctuary city" for undocumented immigrants.
Among the protesters collected at city hall were undocumented immigrants and individuals who had been granted protection by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) executive order.
Sophomore forward Aliyah Jeune led the Knights with 17 points in their last game against Iowa. Rutgers faces off against Indiana tonight.
Junior 141-pounder Anthony Ashnault recorded a victory in Rutgers’ 23-18 loss.
Junior Libby Groden has seen consistency from her team over the past few meets.
Junior 141-pounder Anthony Ashnault launches an attack on Cole Weaver, whom he made quick work of with a pin in 1:30. No. 6 Ashnault continued his good run of form Sunday, improving to 21-3 on the season.