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This week is the annual Turn the Campus Purple week, which is a campaign organized by the Office of Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance (VPVA) to spread awareness about interpersonal violence. Turn the Campus Purple is part of the larger Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Multiple events were scheduled to be held during the past few days that addressed these issues, such as the Clothesline Project held at Voorhees Mall on the College Avenue campus, and a human trafficking presentation by a FBI victim specialist. We laurel the VPVA and the other organizers of this campaign for their extremely important work.
Computer science, undecided, pre-med, biological sciences and psychology are the most popular majors among the first-years in School of Arts and Sciences.
One of the most severe threats this quarter included was respiratory injuries resulting from the consumption of frozen dessert food containing liquid nitrogen that often goes by the name “Dragon’s Breath,” “Heaven’s breath” or “Nitro puff,” according to the report. These snacks are made with liquid nitrogen to give the effect of breathing out smoke or vapor, like a dragon, after consumption.
Rutgers Undergraduate Academic Affairs (UAA) has responded to a student-run petition to prevent investigative journalist and Fox News on-air political analyst Lisa Daftari from speaking on campus, according to its Twitter.
An anti-marijuana group held an event at Rutgers over the weekend, bringing together people concerned with the expansion of marijuana in the Garden State for an afternoon of conversations and speakers.
The Knights look to capitalize off good performances at the Navy Invitational last month, as they get ready to play in the ITA Regional Championships, which start today and play on until next Tuesday.
The Knights travel to Penn State this weekend for one more invitational before the Big Ten Championships. This Invite will be a big time for Rutgers to practice and get its times down and ready for the conference meet at the end of the month.
The newly named No. 21 Rutgers women's soccer team looks to stay atop the Big Ten standings this weekend, as it faces Ohio State and Penn State on the road.
Though they put up their best attacking percentage ever in a Big Ten game, the Knights were still unable to pick up their first conference win of the season.
Renowned Psychologist Steven Pinker brought a message of unrelenting optimism to Rutgers last week as he lectured from his new book, "Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism and Progress." In an age of pessimism in Western culture and politics, Pinker argues that by nearly every metric — from income, health and happiness to literacy, nutrition and violent conflict — the world is far better off than at any point in human history, particularly for the globe’s poorest people.
Lisa Daftari, an investigative journalist and political analyst, is scheduled to speak at Rutgers on Oct. 16. at an event called “Radicalism on College Campuses." Daftari is a first generation American from Iran whose work focuses on Middle Eastern foreign affairs and counter-terrorism. Though by no means unqualified, her views are undoubtedly controversial and are interpreted by some as being hateful toward people of Muslim faith. As a result of this view, a Rutgers student recently started a petition to prevent Daftari from coming to the University to speak. By now, the petition now has more than 1,000 signatures.
American democracy has always persisted on the existence of political parties. They act like coalitions to better aid our legislation and make it easier for voters to align themselves with candidates. But partisanship, like ivy, isn’t welcomed everywhere and suffocates when uncontrolled.
Now more than ever, the inflamed divide between Democrats and Republicans has been moving toward instability. And while fear has taken residence in the heart of voting America, this party dynamic has seeped into the one place it shouldn’t: the courts.
Rutgers looks for its first Big Ten win of the season as it ends a three-game homestand on Wednesday against Iowa.
Stocks of Rutgers players after their performances against Illinois this weekend, when the Scarlet Knights were beat down by the Fighting Illini, 38-17.
Rutgers falls to Howard in double overtime after being unable to find the back of the net.
A Rutgers student has started an online petition aimed to prevent Lisa Daftari, an investigative journalist who makes regular appearances on Fox News as an on-air political analyst and serves as founder and editor-in-chief of The Foreign Desk, from speaking on campus on Oct. 16.
The Learning Center’s video conferencing systems will allow Rutgers students to take courses at other Big Ten schools as if they were there in person. Students will be able to connect with the University of Minnesota, which will be offering courses this fall in areas such as Korean and Akkadian. Conversely, Rutgers will offer a Greek prose class to the University of Illinois.