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We do not give our bodies enough credit for everything they do on a daily basis. Without this vessel, we would not be able to accomplish the goals we put our minds to. Our bodies are constantly at work — even while we sleep — to ensure that all natural systems are functioning properly. Therefore, when our bodies demand rest, the least we could do is listen and oblige, but many people push past their point of exhaustion.
The pendulum swings. I was first told this by a high school history teacher as he was explaining the way in which a conservative comes into office, and then there is democratic backlash and election — and vice versa, on and on. This seems fairly true in the case of former President Barack Obama’s eight-year presidency and its following by President Donald J. Trump's administration.
Last Friday, 20 public libraries in the U.S. received a $10,000 grant meant to help supply resources for adult English-language learners as part of the American Dream Literacy Initiative. The New Brunswick Free Public Library was one of the chosen institutions, and the money will go toward providing English as a second language (ESL) members of the community with education and workforce training.
Esder Chong, a Rutgers Business School sophomore at Rutgers—Newark, and Juan Lopez, a senior at Newark’s Science Park High School and apart of Rutgers Future Scholars Program — two Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients — attended the State of the Union address in Washington, D.C.
An unprecedented presidency led a Rutgers political science professor to reconsider how he teaches fundamental aspects of his American Government course.
The United States unemployment rate is at 4.1 percent — an all time low, according to The U.S. Department of Labor.
Twenty U.S. public libraries received grants on Friday that provide resources to adult English-language learners in need of education and workforce training.
The Rutgers men's basketball team suffered its worst loss under head coach Steve Pikiell on Tuesday night, falling to Illinois 91-60 in Champaign.
Omoruyi suffers knee injury in 91-60 loss to Illinois.
The Rutgers women's basketball team has been struggling as of late, losing three straight games after one of the hottest starts in team history. The Scarlet Knights (17-6, 5-4) look to get back on track Thursday night at No. 11 Maryland (18-3, 7-1) in College Park.
On Jan. 29, University President Robert L. Barchi sent an email to the student body reminding it of the approaching date of termination for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), which as of right now is March 5, 2018. DACA is meant to protect young, undocumented students brought to this country at a young age from deportation and allow them to continue their education.
It is often said that if one hears a lie long enough, they begin to believe it. This dictum clearly applies the concept of diversity. In an almost Orwellian fashion, phrases like “diversity is our strength” are constantly repeated by educators, politicians and the media (namely, of course, CNN). Individuals who dare question ethnic and cultural diversity are cast out as racists and bigots (terms that have taken on an almost transcendent and evil connotation, much like the words heretic and blasphemer). The unfortunate reality is that there is no evidence that ethnic or cultural diversity is a force for good. In fact, diversity seems to be a net negative on society.
How can college students make time to focus on our goals amid a busy semester? The answer is simple, but often ignored: time management. Time management is simply scheduling and pacing yourself, from when you work out, to when you study, to what time you can hang out with your friends and family. While this doesn’t sound too difficult, without practicing correct time management, there is the possibility of crumbling under pressure. However, once you get into the momentum and find a balance, it will become habitual and carry through your entire life, not just your college career.
Rutgers football head coach Chris Ash announced the hiring of Corey Brown as the new defensive line coach on Tuesday. Brown's 12 years of coaching look to bring a new tempo and edge to a Scarlet Knights team that certainly needs a change on the defensive end.
Created by more than 500 students and community partners in 17 states, the "States of Incarceration" exhibit found at the Mabel Smith Douglass Library explores mass incarceration in the United States.