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In December, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted in favor of curtailing the net neutrality rules set forth by 2015’s Open Internet Order. Those regulations worked to restrict Internet Service Providers (ISPs) like Verizon, Comcast and a few others from blocking certain content or slowing down services — also known as throttling — to those who are not able to pay as much as others. When President Donald J. Trump entered office, he appointed Ajit Pai, who is adamantly against net neutrality, as head of the FCC.
Some of the 3,000 part-time faculty members at Rutgers now have access to R-Health Direct Care, a “boutique-style” primary-care network that does not require co-pays and offers easy access to personal physicians.
Earlier this semester, The Daily Targum reported on an ongoing investigating into sexual assault allegations made against Nabil Adam, vice chancellor for Research & Collaborations at Rutgers University—Newark, by one of his students. The case now stands at a stalemate as Adam refuses to submit a DNA sample for further investigation.
From New Brunswick to France, a Rutgers undergraduate student’s academic passions have led him to interview members of Marine Le Pen’s political party and study French politics during a time of uncertainty and upheaval.
Rutgers is now just one meet away from the Big Ten Championships after competing at two events this past weekend.
Rutgers picks up four event titles, 14 top-10 finishes over weekend at Larry Ellis Invitational.
Knights fail to reach above .500 in a season for fifth straight year.
On Saturday, New Brunswick High School hosted the fourth-annual Trans Youth Forum with the aim of discussing the experiences and issues within the transgender community, as well as the importance of education with regard to it. A transgender person, or someone with gender dysphoria, experiences a conflict between their physical or assigned gender and the gender with which he, she or they identify. Included in the event held Saturday were workshops and panels to help inform the community on this subject. The transgender community itself is growing in visibility and gaining a strong voice, but there are many who still fail to see the necessity for acceptance and understanding.
Unlike Mother’s Day where you can avoid your mother or Thanksgiving where you can be ungrateful and ungiving like every other day of the year, Earth Day is the one holiday you are implicit in celebrating just by merely existing. According to the Working Groups of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change 2014 report, firstly, global warming does in fact exist. Second, climate change is the result of human-induced “greenhouse effects,” where gases released in the atmosphere trap heat and re-emit it toward Earth’s surface and the lower atmosphere.
Two Fridays ago President Donald J. Trump ordered a missile strike against the Syrian government for a chemical weapons attack against its own people. The strikes, intended to both punish the Syrian government for the attack and to deter them from using such weapons in the future, targeted weapons research and storage facilities. These strikes, though, accomplished little and despite having taken action the president maintained that he wanted the U.S. to get out of Syria.
More than 300 people have signed a petition to prohibit Dr. Felicia McGinty, vice chancellor of Student Affairs, from participating in the 2018 Rites of Passage, a pre-commencement celebration in May to honor Black and Latinx students.
Rutgers wins seventh series in last eight over weekend.
Rutgers ends rough season with two more losses.
Rutgers losing streak up to 11 after being swept by Northwestern this weekend.
Held at the New Brunswick High School, the fourth-annual daylong conference "Trans Youth Forum 2018," discussed the transgender community and the experiences of its members, on Saturday.
The Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance (VPVA) at Rutgers sponsored the first of three performances of playwright and activist Eve Ensler’s internationally award-winning play, “The Vagina Monologues,” last night at the Livingston Student Center — honoring the millions of women affected by violence every year, according to the VPVA website.