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Scarlet Knights come away with important Big Ten win.
In a letter published in The Daily Targum on Feb. 20, I gave myriad reasons for phasing out “animal science,” including climate breakdown, devastation of lands, pollution of water and soil, inflation of prices for grains, which could be redirected to eradicate human hunger, rampant and irresponsible use of pesticides, insecticides, antibiotics and other chemicals, horrific abuse and exploitation of nonhuman animals, lifestyle diseases, including cancers, obesity, heart disease, hypertension, diabetes and the spread of infectious diseases, including the recent deadly influenza epidemic.
United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley made headlines last week after she got into a flap with the White House. On Sunday, April 15, Haley announced new sanctions against Russia before President Donald J. Trump appeared to change his mind on the issue. A White House official blamed Haley for announcing the sanctions too early but she stood her ground. This forced Larry Kudlow, the president’s economics advisor, to apologize. Haley being in the news is as good a time as any to tell you why I think she should and will be the first female president of the United States.
During his campaign for governor, Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) made multiple promises with regard to properly investing in and funding education in the Garden State, which are reflected in the Fiscal Year 2019 Budget. Among the points of discussion around education was the idea of working toward providing free tuition at New Jersey’s community colleges on the basis that education is a right, not a privilege. A proposal like this is heartening on the face, as equal opportunity for education across the board is important.
Rutgers will need to win the final two games of the season in order to match last season's record.
Rutgers is hopeful in winning its first Big Ten match of the season with two matches against Purdue and Indiana this weekend.
Yesterday, the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) met for the last time this semester. At its weekly meeting, the assembly elected the last of its internal officer positions.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy's (D-N.J.) plan to make community college free during his time in office comes coupled with concerns regarding how such a proposal would be funded and how it would affect the community.
Rutgers looks to continue winning ways against No. 7 Northwestern.
Rutgers looks to restart series winning streak this weekend against Nebraska.
Rutgers hopes to end its eight-game losing streak this weekend against Northwestern.
Some Knights to stay put in New Jersey for Invitational, while the rest head down to Virginia.
Rutgers to split team up for dual-meet weekend.
Rutgers wins a close one in Long Branch Tuesday night.
Rutgers blows 6-run lead to end up losers of eight straight.
The post-study break procrastination that arises after not wanting to complete an assignment may have more to do with distractive habits than anything-else bits.
Slavery, religion and politics were all analyzed through the scope of American history on Tuesday night at a presentation hosted by Ratio Christi, a Christian-student group at Rutgers.
Sustaining over recessions, new regulations and positive economic trends, the charitable food industry has seen and made its own share of adaptations in keeping up with the times.
From College Hall to Voorhees Mall, approximately 100 students and community members took to George Street yesterday in protest of sexual violence for the fifth annual “Take Back the Night” march.