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Junior Kyra Yap will return to playing for Rutgers this season after missing last season with a heavy knee injury.
Head coach James Robinson and the Rutgers women's cross country team get ready for another invitational this weekend in Nebraska.
College students returned to school this year in the midst of one of the most heated midterm campaigns in decades. Each party has crafted an utterly cartoonish portrayal of the other, with President Donald J. Trump insisting the Democratic Party does not care about crime while some Democrats claim the incumbent party’s insistence on massive cuts to immigration is rooted in white nationalist sentiment. This demagoguery in our national politics has spread to college campuses too, as evidenced by the rise of activists like Charlie Kirk and his counterparts on the Left, who shun the very idea of rational discourse.
Yesterday, a student posted the following message in the Rutgers University Class of 2020 Facebook group: “I just dropped the first class I’ve ever dropped in my college life. Why? Because the first f***ing 10 mins of a course should not be about (President Donald J.) Trump and Liberal agenda. this is the 7th course I’ve had with a super biased liberal professor and I’m sick of it.” He finished the post with, “I’m not even a f***in conservative.”
Since the attacks, 10,000 first responders and others in the area of the World Trade Center have been diagnosed with cancer, and more than 2,000 deaths have been attributed to the exposure to toxins from the World Trade Center, according to asbestos.com.
Every year since 2012, Rutgers has sent groups of students to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW).
The New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD) is investigating a robbery that occurred at an off-campus residence on Harvey Street between Hamilton and Somerset Street.
Rutgers alumnus Chris of ChrisFix, a popular self-help auto repair YouTube channel, has approximately 3.9 million subscribers who, if they saw him in broad daylight, would only recognize him by the sound of his voice.
For most student athletes — at least to the public — it seems like they are more like athlete students, where the emphasis is placed more on their sport rather than their education. But for players like Zack Heeman on the Rutgers football team, the student definitely comes first.
The Rutgers men’s soccer team looks to start the 2018 Big Ten campaign with a win, as they face Michigan at home Friday night for a 8 p.m. kickoff.
On Sept. 5, The New York Times published an anonymous op-ed entitled, “I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration.” The piece was written by a senior official in President Donald J. Trump’s administration — senior official being a term used in Washington, D.C. to refer to people who hold positions in the upper echelons of the government, like a member of the cabinet. The op-ed, in an odd way, both praised the successes of the nation since Trump took office, while at the same time discrediting and casting doubt on the president’s competence, assuring its readers that there are people in the administration working to steer the country away from otherwise imminent danger.
New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker (D) and Sen. Robert Menendez (D) joined Rep. Frank Pallone (D-N.J. 6) at Mt. Zion AME Church in New Brunswick yesterday to voice their objections of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Christopher J. Molloy, the new interim chancellor of Rutgers—New Brunswick, has been a part of the Rutgers community for 46 years, and looks to use that experience to fill the shoes of former University Chancellor Debasish Dutta.
More than 2,000 students have registered for the Fall Career & Internship Mega Fair this week, which sold out for employers weeks ago.