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MAGNIFICENT MEDICAL SCHOOLA mission of the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School is to be part of the "medical schools of the future," and this week, it has taken a huge step toward that goal in its recent admission into the American Medical Association.
Parking is always terrible, that’s no surprise. But since the start of the September, New Brunswick has made numerous changes to parking rules around George Street.
BLACK ON THE BANKSAmidst the University’s 250th anniversary celebration, it is important to incorporate often-marginalized narratives as we reflect on the institution's history.
FIGHT ISNT OVERPart-time lectures only make $4,800 per course taught, a figure that pales in comparison to what many professors make.
Bolstering the BusesHow many times have you seen “no data available” flash on your phone while trying to figure out when the next EE is coming? Richard Chu, James Paik, Kenneth Li and Carin Yao may have solved your problems. These four Rutgers students created RU Direct, an Android app that offers a visual aid along with time estimates for when your bus is coming. This laurel goes out to the four creators of the app … if only RU Direct could actually make the buses move faster.
SCARLET SERVICELast weekend, over a thousand Rutgers students took part in the annual Scarlet Day of Service, organized by Rutgers University Programming Association (RUPA) and Rutgers Student Affairs.
SUPREME SONIAThis year, the Eagleton Institute of Politics is celebrating their 60-year anniversary.
Samba at the Student CenterThe Latin American Student Organization (LASO) held their annual “Latin American Festival” this week, with Brazil as the focus.
Take Back the NightSexual and gender based violence are not women’s issues, they are issues everyone on campus should be concerned with.
RU is FTKRUDM is the largest student-run fundraiser for the Embrace Kids Foundation in the state of New Jersey.
ContraceptionA survey conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute proves that young adults understand the need for contraception.
Walking to Raise AwarenessRelay for Life celebrated its 15th year at Rutgers last week.
Students Have Rights TooPresident Obama has devised a Student Aid Bill of Rights that serves as “a simple declaration of values.” His aim is to ensure that all students are afforded financial respect in the quest for higher education.
#BowTie4BillNyeFor School of Arts and Sciences seniors Rachel Bernstein and Natalia Del Rio it’s Bill Nye or bust.
Privilege PartyA part-time lecturer in the Department of Sociology held "The Privilege Walk" workshop for the first time “Race Relations" class.
We Salute You 146When you make the news there are two rules to follow: stay out of it and be objective.
PSYCHIATRY of SEINFELD: Turning television into knowledge, Anthony Tobia, associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School uses the popular show Seinfeld to teach psychiatry.
SAY IT AGAIN MR.PRESIDENT: In his State of the Union address, President Barack Obama became the first president to ever use the words “lesbian,” “bisexual” and “transgender” in a State of the Union speech.