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Rutgers takes 2 of 3 over La Salle in Piscataway.
Rutgers relinquishes lead for good after first half lead.
Notes and Tutors is a service founded by Rutgers alumni meant to allow students to help create a more interconnected network of student collaboration. The organization is specifically tailored to Rutgers students, which makes it unique relative to other organizations like Course Hero and StudyBlue. For free, it gives students the ability to share notes for a class they have taken in exchange for notes for a class they are in. Additionally, the service offers student-tutors that have been screened and bear the necessary credentials to teach other students.
The Never-Never Girl: She “Never takes a vacation or holiday. Never asks for a raise. Never costs you a dime for slack time. (When the workload drops, you drop her). Never has a cold, slipped disc or loose tooth. Never costs you for unemployment taxes and Social Security payments ... " proclaimed a 1971 advertisement for Kelly Services, a temporary work agency that emerged in the years following World War II.
Scarlet Knights for Israel is disturbed by the recent misleading commentary by the Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), titled “Excuses must stop being made for human rights violations.” The demonizing column falsely charges Israel as an “apartheid” and “settler-colonial” state. As a student-led group dedicated to promoting a peaceful resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, we must ensure that parties in this conflict are represented with dignity, fairness and accuracy.
A roundtable discussion of graduate students, professors and a visiting scholar was held on the sixth floor of the Academic Building on Friday to answer one question: how do we explain the history of photography today? The first annual graduate student symposium titled — Writing the Histories of Photography — was captured by the Center for Cultural Analysis, the Department of Art History and the Developing Room — a group founded in 2008 and devoted to the study and practice of photography.
Rudy Winkler and Jairus Paul highlight the Knights' weekend in Princeton at the Sam Howell Invitational in Princeton, New Jersey.
Oniesha Clarke and Kiera Nealon led the Knights over the weekend as Rutgers competed in the Sam Howell Invitational and finished with 12 top-10 performances.
In the United States, an arrest for a drug-related crime occurs every 20 seconds. There were more than 1.57 million drug arrests and approximately half of them were marijuana-related, according to the Drug Policy Alliance.
The allure of the conveyor belt is its ability to get rid of a problem: food waste. Many students are concerned with how much of the buffet-style dining hall food — with its seemingly endless portions — are wasted by the end of the day.
The philanthropic efforts of greek life organizations at Rutgers do not stop short of Dance Marathon. Each year, these fraternities and sororities are some of the main contributors to the more than $1 million that Dance Marathon has collected this year and last.
At a quarter past hour 4 of Dance Marathon (RUDM), the entire floor at the Rutgers Athletic Center rushes the stage to the sound of "Mr. Brightside" by The Killers.
During the winter of the 1970-71 school year, a small group of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity brothers sat in an apartment on Easton Avenue looking for something to do that would be fun, challenging and valuable to the community-at-large. Inspired in part by the recent 1969 movie “They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?” we decided to organize a dance marathon and chose the American Cancer Society (ACS) as the beneficiary. The local ACS chapter blessed us with the invaluable mentoring and hard work of its community volunteers Sandy and Lyn Nacht.
On April 5, the Sex and the City column of The Daily Targum criticized “Love, Simon.” The movie, the column claimed, showed a simplistic view of coming out. The parents were too perfect. The movie did not explore the ramifications of a closeted life fully enough. Furthermore, the column argued that the movie failed to include an LGBT female character. Because of this, the writer seemed to claim the movie failed as LGBT representation.
Americans are an undoubtedly wasteful people, and much of this wastefulness has manifested itself in what has seemingly become an era of disposability and convenience. Food is cheaper in the United States than it is in most other places in the world, which may seemingly contribute to an ungrateful attitude with regard to it. Considering how easy it is to get, it is reasonable to say that Americans are rather picky about what they eat and the way it looks.
Scarlet Knights start game on 12-0 run to blow by Wolverines.
Senior defender is a model student and leader in the community.
Rutgers looks to shake off the loss to Johns Hopkins this weekend against No. 18 Michigan.