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Coming off of six easy games to start off the season, the Rutgers men's basketball team was thrust into real competition on Tuesday when it lost a close matchup to Florida State, 78-73.
This Sunday, the quality is amplified even further, as the Scarlet Knights (6-1) will open their Big Ten schedule against No. 12 Minnesota (7-1), a team that was a No. 5 seed in last year's National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Tournament.
While the Atlantic Coast Conference has dominated the Big Ten on both the men’s and women’s sides of the annual Big Ten/ACC Challenge, the Rutgers women’s basketball team refused to be a part of that narrative last night and came away with a hard-fought win.
On Wednesday, less than one year after taking the helm as the editor of Politico, Carrie Budoff Brown returned to her alma mater for an open conversation at Trayes Hall that spanned the nuanced landscapes of politics and journalism, as well as her formative years as a Rutgers student.
A few articles back, I wrote about Anthony Weiner’s horrific abuse of power by involving himself with a fifteen year old child through sexually explicit text messages, photos and videos. I still stand by the fact that Weiner should be held fully accountable for his actions, but I think it is time I took back much of what I said.
Among the multiple Rutgers alumni named to PolitickerNJ and InsiderNJ’s lists of N.J. politicians with the most power and momentum were Shariq Ahmad, a Rutgers alumnus who previously worked for Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.), and Marc Pfeiffer, a senior policy fellow at Rutgers’ Bloustein Local Government Research Center. Michael DuHaime, who graduated from Rutgers in 1995, has been ranked on the list every year since 2001. We laurel the many Rutgers alumni that were named to these impressive lists for continuing to show the world the level of the school’s prestige.
Normalizing bigotry and mainstreaming hateful speech, whether by a professor on a private Facebook account or the President of the United States for all the world to see, has to stop.
The Scarlet Knights (3-0, 1-0) will head into December without a loss on their heads yet, showing the strength and skill the program has, as Rutgers gets ready to face a small yet surprisingly strong Lock Haven.
The Scarlet Knights (5-2) begin a stretch of eight straight home games when they host North Carolina State (6-1) tonight as part of the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. The Wolfpack are the second ACC opponent Rutgers will face this season, as they previously beat Wake Forest, 65-51, in its only other home game. The team is looking for its first win in the Challenge since joining the Big Ten in 2014.
The Rutgers men's basketball team won its first six games handily — Central Connecticut State being the outlier — because it should have.
The Rutgers Hillel Center for Israel Engagement hosted a runway fashion show on Wednesday night that showcased the evolution of Israeli fashion from the time of the first Kibbutz in 1909 up until the contemporary styles that grace the catwalks of Tel Aviv Fashion Week.
Through auditing classes, which is taking them without the benefit of getting credit or a grade, students can learn about their favorite topics without stress. Rutgers students and senior citizens can audit classes as long as they have the permission of the professors.
With a close to the 2017 political election season, PolitickerNJ and InsiderNJ released their power lists to rank who has the most momentum among New Jersey politicians and several people ranked were Rutgers alumni.
Both the PolitickerNJ Power List and InsiderNJ 100 Power aim to give readers a sense of who are the top party leaders and operatives, lobbyists and activists, lawyers and media figures, who play a major role in shaping politics within the state.
The technology and the safety of cell phone batteries came the world's attention last year when a design flaw in the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 caused the phone to randomly catch fire. Rutgers alumna Preeya Kuray, now a Ph.D. candidate at Penn State, has been working on a type of battery that could be a safer alternative to the current industry standard.
Rutgers graduate students joined members of more than 50 universities across the country in an organized walkout, protesting the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which was passed earlier this month by House Republicans.
On Tuesday afternoon, a demonstration to raise awareness for the GOP tax plan brought together students — in conjunction with the national Graduate Student Walkout — outside of Voorhees Mall on the College Avenue campus.
RU 20/20 hosted its annual Blind Date Auction a semester early this year. The auction is a fundraiser for the Sankara Eye Foundation, which provides free eye surgery for people in India suffering from curable blindness.
Despite the event being a date auction, it leads to very few dates. Phani Paladugu, a School of Engineering senior, bought his fraternity brother Divas Singh for $100.