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The recognition that societal ills are concentrated in particular places has been a part of my life from a very early age. Growing up in the Lower Passaic River watershed, vacant lots, abandoned properties and contaminated sites were and remain abundant.
In the past few months Americans have been forced to recognize the fact that sexual harassment and assault are significantly more prevalent than previously acknowledged. A slew of beloved public figures have been ousted as having committed unwanted sexual acts, some of whom admit truth to the accusations and apologize and others who fail to do so. As a result of this, our society has been confronted with the uncomfortable fact that sexual assault and harassment are normal, everyday occurrences.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team came away with a 59-47 win over Siena at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) on Saturday afternoon. With the win, the Scarlet Knights improved to 7-2 on the season, surpassing last season’s win total of six.
If the Rutgers wrestling team has hopes of being in the top-5 by season’s end, matches like the one on Friday cannot happen again.
The No. 11 Scarlet Knights (3-1) lost 22-16 to Lock Haven (1-0) on Friday, suffering their first team loss of the season.
Jerry Alan Fodor, a former professor emeritus in the Department of Philosophy and Cognitive Science at Rutgers, died this past Wednesday at the age of 82 in his New York City home.
During the time leading up to his death, he suffered from complications of Parkinson’s disease and a recent stroke, according to The New York Times.
On Nov. 28, the Rutgers Business School hosted the Business Leadership Speaker Series featuring Basic Outfitters, an online service that allows customers to buy basic clothes essentials inexpensively.
In the past, the event featured many well-known company heads, such as Bed Bath & Beyond CEO Steven Temares, Johnson & Johnson CPO Len DeCandia, DEVCO President Chris Paladino and Revlon & Elizabeth Arden SVP Rahul Mehrotra.
Twenty-seven individuals waited for their names to be called in the "Battle of the Bald" Thursday night, an annual head-shaving tournament to fund life-saving childhood cancer research at the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.
This year's fundraiser collected a total of $10,199 — double the amount of last year’s event — due to the combined efforts of the University undergraduates, graduates, faculty and some unaffiliated with Rutgers that were willing to donate their hair to the cause.
Last Saturday, more than 7,000 Rutgers students, alumni, faculty and guests gathered on the College Avenue campus to take part in the annual "The Big Chill" 5-kilometer.
"The Big Chill" is a philanthropic event where participants can run, walk or otherwise travel a specific 3.1 mile course laid out on the College Avenue campus. Runners traveled southeast down College Avenue, turning to take George Street to a scenic path through Buccleuch Park, and then finally taking down Sicard Street back to College Avenue.
Most teams that have come up against No. 12 Minnesota this season have had to deal with the question of handling Jordan Murphy.
The Rutgers men's basketball team traveled west to Minneapolis to take on the Golden Gophers (8-1, 1-0) Sunday night, and the Scarlet Knights (6-2, 0-1) had that same dilemma multiplied by three.
No. 12 Minnesota pulls away in the second half to defeat Rutgers by a score of 89-67.
World AIDS Day, on Dec. 1, is a day to honor those who have fought and are fighting HIV/AIDS. This year, the White House honored the date by displaying a red ribbon and releasing a proclamation regarding HIV/AIDS. President Donald J. Trump’s statement was similar to that of former President Barack Obama, in the years prior, but one large difference stirred up certain members of the LGBTQ and AIDS community.
Recently, it seems like every morning new allegations about sexual misconduct committed by a high-profile man alight the day’s tabloids and bombard our Twitter feeds.
President Donald J. Trump and the Republican Party have officially reeled in their first win — the hasty and flippant passing of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. While the bill largely espouses tax cuts to the immensely wealthy, it seems to many to be a blatant assault on the accessibility of higher education.
If you take away one stretch where fifth-year senior forward and captain Deshawn Freeman got injured and the Seminoles took a lead they would not relinquish, the Scarlet Knights (6-1) played right up to the level with a group that head coach Steve Pikiell was confident in calling an National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Tournament team.
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.