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For the first time in program history, the No. 16 Rutgers wrestling team has a unanimous No. 1 wrestler on its team. sophomore 125-pounder Nick Suriano has been named No. 1 by Intermat Wrestling and Flowrestling after sitting at No. 2 during the first half of the season.
The Rutgers men's basketball team gets set to host Nebraska at the Rutgers Athletic Center on Wednesday night. The Cornhuskers (14-8, 5-4) currently hold a big lead over the the Scarlet Knights (12-9, 2-6) in the Big Ten standings.
The Rutgers Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences Institute (EOHSI) is adding a new director to its administration — Helmut Zarbl, a professor in the Department of Environmental & Occupational Health.
For the last 25 years, the Student Instructional Rating Survey (SIRS) has helped faculty members shape their teaching approach while giving students a chance to express their opinions and criticisms.
University Career Services provides students with tips and tools to make the task of job networking a little less daunting.
On Monday, newly sworn in Governor Phil Murphy signed an executive order calling for a full-scale audit of NJ Transit. The system is seen by many as failing and was one of the hot button issues of November’s gubernatorial race, especially after Hoboken’s rail accident in 2016. From personnel to infrastructure, NJ Transit is in need of a serious revamping, and Murphy is right about that. At parts of the train station in Summit, for example, the concrete was found to be crumbling. But while a revolution is just what this transit system needs, change at the scale in question requires a large amount of one scarce and particular thing — money.
Right beside McCormick Residence Hall is the ongoing construction of the Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering. It is an architectural marvel. The exterior is sleek steel and large, open glass windows. A long metallic hall juts out the side of the main entrance in an eccentric tilt and a large, circular room bulges from beneath. Activity on the construction site had begun just before I enrolled at Rutgers as a freshman, and is slated to end this fall. Once the structure is completed, it will rival the Business School in Livingston.
We stand at a crossroads. America is plagued by inequality. People feel stuck and trapped in their socioeconomic status, yet a wave of activism is crashing across the country. People are mobilized in an effort of progress and hope is present in many. Now is the time for the Democratic Party to assert itself as not just the anti-Donald J. Trump party, but also the party of the working class, of economic uplifting and of liberty and justice for all.
It was after one Hispanic and one Indian colleague left me to stand in the flight boarding queue in Durban International Airport that a man approached me. I am what most would consider white but let us use the term loosely as I was more of a light hue of salmon, as my sunburn entered the “peeling” phase. As I finished one last peel of skin, the man who was a few shades redder than "the Donald," asked where I was from and what brought me to the Motherland.
The Rutgers wrestling team went to Nebraska over the weekend coming off a big win over Hofstra at home. But the No. 16 Scarlet Knights (5-4,1-3) couldn't capitalize on a weekend sweep, losing to the No. 18 Cornhuskers (6-3, 4-1) on the road.
The No. 25 Scarlet Knights (17-5, 5-3) lost to the Cornhuskers (14-6, 5-2) 52-42 Sunday night, marking their first home loss of the season after 12 straight wins.
As part of an initiative to study climate change, the University hosts a summer trip to Antarctica for students interested in researching conditions at the southernmost continent.
Rutgers University Libraries look to add and archive the most recent Women's March — including those taking place in New York City and New Jersey this past Saturday — in order to document these notable protests.
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) signed an executive order on Monday calling for a “full-scale” audit of NJ TRANSIT, addressing the issues surrounding the transport system that Rutgers students rely on to get to nearby cities.
A significant burden to the students of Rutgers—New Brunswick is the transportation system. While students become increasingly frustrated with the buses, the University is seemingly frantically looking for ways to make them run more smoothly and efficiently.
The Rutgers men's track and field team took home five titles from this past weekend's Penn Invitational, where the Scarlet Knights faced off against six tough teams.
A strong start to the weekend ended with disappointment for the Rutgers wrestling team as it couldn’t hang on for the weekend sweep, falling to Nebraska on Sunday after demolishing Hofstra on Friday.
The Rutgers swimming and diving team traveled to Columbus, Ohio this weekend for a quad-meet against No. 2 Michigan, No. 24 Virginia Tech and No. 11 Ohio State, who hosted the event at the McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion.