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The Rutgers men's track and field team won its fourth straight metropolitan championships over the weekend, using five individual event titles and three runner up finishes to secure the title.
The weekend started out promising for the Rutgers wrestling team, beating Northwestern handily in Evanston, but things took a turn for the worse during the matchup against Illinois in Champaign.
Coming into Sunday's game riding a four game losing streak, the Rutgers women's basketball team captured its best win of the season on Sunday, defeating No. 13 Michigan 63-56 at the Rutgers Athletic Center.
A majority of New Jersey residents feel positive about their healthcare coverage according to a recent "Health Matters" poll.
On Wednesday, Rutgers students received an important reminder that it is not too late to vaccinate against the flu, in light of the the most serious influenza season in years.
Students will soon have access to free Wi-Fi across all Rutgers buses.
Three undocumented Christian Indonesians are seeking sanctuary in the Reformed Church of Highland Park after President Donald J. Trump’s crackdown on the deportation of illegal immigrants. One of these men has not stepped outside the church walls in four months, according to NJ Advance Media
Rutgers was well represented at Super Bowl 52 on Sunday as Devin McCourty, Duron Harmon and Kenny Britt of the New England Patriots all once donned the scarlet and white. Although the Patriots lost in a thrilling match, 41-33, the once Scarlet Knights did make an impact on the field.
Mental health has always had an extreme stigma attached to it. However, this stigma is even more extreme for men. According to studies, men are less likely to seek mental help than women are. One study done in the 90’s showed that two thirds of mental health patients were women. This trend goes way back — another study done in the mid 1800s supported this, showing that approximately 11,000 patients in a certain hospital were women out of the total 18,000.
In 1965, more than 42 percent of people smoked cigarettes. In 2014, with ample available information about cigarette smoking’s link to cancer, that number has decreased to less than 17 percent. Emerging on a large scale in 2003, e-cigarettes and vaporizers have presumably helped some smokers wean off of their addiction to cigarettes by providing, to our current knowledge, a much less harmful alternative.
Last Thursday, former Massachusetts governor and one time GOP nominee for President Mitt Romney tweeted that he was “Looking forward to making an announcement on February 15th about the Utah Senate race”. All signs point to him announcing his candidacy for the Senate seat that will be vacant with the retirement of Orrin Hatch. So I’ll take this time to explain why a Senator Romney would be good for America and for the Republican Party.
Yesterday, Chancellor Debasish Dutta emailed members of the community regarding the death of Jungsoo Park, a School of Arts and Sciences senior.
Scarlet Knights come up just short against No. 3 Boilermakers.
On a college basketball Saturday rife with upsets, the Rutgers men's basketball team walked into its matchup with No. 3 Purdue optimistic that it could play the part of Oklahoma State, St. John's or Missouri. Evidently, it was not the Scarlet Knights' (12-13, 2-10) job to curb the Boilermakers' (23-2, 12-0) 18-game winning streak, as Rutgers dropped its fifth game in a row in a heartbreaking 78-76 loss to Purdue at the Rutgers Athletic Center Saturday.