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Outside linebackers coach Toby Neinas saw progress from his players during Rutgers' ninth spring practice.
The Knights go 2-1 in East Lansing, win fifth straight series.
The Rutgers tennis team saw some nice performances from its athletes, but ultimately fell to No. 11 Illinois and No. 9 Northwestern over the weekend.
Rutgers looks to make it nine wins in its last 10 games against Lafayette on Tuesday.
Rutgers goes 2-1 against Penn State in first full Big Ten series of the season.
Cassie Sadowitz is a woman who does it all. The Rutgers 2009 summa cum laude alumna is a lawyer, the co-CEO of a tech company with her husband and a general counsel in the NFL, according to Rutgers Today.
Every year, millions of students nationwide graduate college having learned numerous lessons during their time in school and a fresh group of rising first-years begin their own college journey shortly thereafter.
A lot can happen in three years. A newborn baby can develop into a toddler. A couple can find one another and get married. A student can complete their master's degree and another may graduate. A lot of growth and development occurs to a person at an individual scale, imagine what an entire country can go through in that amount of time. Last Sunday, March 25, marked the end of the third and the beginning of a fourth year since the war in Yemen began. The war started with sudden airstrikes on the 25th, and the civilians were shocked and hoped that it would pass in a couple hours, those hours turned into weeks, which turned into months, which finally turned into years.
Technology has been a saving grace. From unlimited access to your loved ones regardless of distance, to using Facebook as a tool to notify everyone of your survival from a natural disaster, there is no doubt that technology has increased our ways of communicating in a way that makes us forget that carrier pigeons and landlines were ever a thing.
Klansman robes were notably lacking at last August’s Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, V.A. — instead, many of the white supremacists marching sported oddly presentable outfits, such as khakis and polos. Swastikas, other hate symbols, shaved heads and belligerent behavior are now seemingly relics of white supremacy’s past in the United States. These groups are beginning to rebrand themselves, focusing on education and appearance so as to be taken more seriously in the public eye. The de-robing of hate displays a rather interesting progression in the evolution of white supremacy in this nation. While white supremacists used to keep their identities hidden under hoods, they are now markedly outspoken.
Clarke, Saunders and the 4x100 medley relay team were among the major highlights for Rutgers at the Florida Relays this past weekend.
Rutgers couldn't hang on to a 3-goal lead in the second half, ultimately falling 14-9 to Cornell on the road.
The Rutgers men's track and field team split up this weekend to compete at the Florida Relays and the Rider Invitational.
In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook has received immense criticism for not taking more action to protect its user data — with the hashtag #DeleteFacebook being shared across the nation.
Neilson Dining Hall on Douglass campus changed its takeout menu to include healthier options, and most recently, brought back some old favorites alongside its new choices. Dave Donlon, general manager of Neilson Dining Hall, explained the reasoning behind these changes.
The oldest Torah scroll still intact and legible in known history has been purchased by the Library of Congress with the help of Rutgers—New Brunswick scholar Gary Rendsburg.