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A man who has stood on both sides of the field for Rutgers’ most celebrated wins and a number of its most calamitous losses will be taking his expertise in defensive football to an organization that has known nothing but unprecedented success since the turn of the century.
Maybe it was the way David Fincher’s “The Social Network” framed the Facebook story, with a Sorkin screenplay to boot. The news reports of spas and balls pits at Google definitely went a long way to help. However it happened, as we stumbled out of the dot-com bubble into the age of social media, major new networks had shockingly little coverage on the alarming ways that giant tech companies could be used to subvert notions of privacy and democracy.
The Rutgers football team’s head coach Chris Ash announced the addition of six recruits who, on National Signing Day, decided to play on the Banks.
Christopher J. Molloy is now the chancellor of Rutgers University—New Brunswick, University President Robert L. Barchi announced in an email yesterday.
The yellow water found in Alexander Library by The Daily Targum last week was due to the water’s iron levels, said Daniel Van Abs, an associate professor of practice for water, society and environment at the Department of Human Ecology.
Launching in January, temporary art installations created by Rutgers students as part of the month-long "Windows of Understanding" project are displayed on storefronts and restaurant windows in New Brunswick.
The Financial Times recently released a comprehensive ranking of business schools for 2018, placing Rutgers Business School as 24th among all business schools in the country and No. 1 among all public business schools in the Northeast region, according to the PR Newswire.
Of course, all eyes around the collegiate wrestling sphere were focused on one bout in particular in the showdown of New Jersey college wrestling. The 149-pound weight class match of then-No. 1 Matthew Kolodzik against the then-No. 2 Ashnault.
This past Sunday, Feb. 3, my roommates and I were sitting in our living room, fixated on the TV. We were witnessing a familiar sight. It was the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl, and the Patriots were winning. Different season, same story. Even though the game was close, we all knew what was likely to happen.
Since we were children, we have learned to understand and think of the world in a binary sense. We are constantly surrounded by dichotomies: good and evil, real and imaginary, etc. In fact, one of the first things that we ask when we want to get to know someone is the question, are you an introvert or an extrovert?
On Sunday, the New England Patriots claimed their sixth title under head coach Bill Belichick and 41-year-old quarterback Tom Brady, in a 13-3 win over the upstart Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta, Georgia. While the game remains the pinnacle of American sports celebration, the 2019 rendition left a lot to the imagination. Poor play on the field and poor management in the lead up to the game made the 2019 big game both the lowest-scoring in history, and the least-watched in a decade.
After its most recent meet in Staten Island last weekend, the Rutgers women's track and field team will travel to Boston for the second time in the last three weeks, as it gets set to compete in the Valentine's Invitational on Friday.
In the age of digital media, the marketing goal of many brands is to increase engagement and interaction with what they're selling. A majority of the time this involves using social media influencers and celebrities that have massive followings to promote a product that may or may not work. In the case of the infamous Fyre Festival, celebrities including Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid did just that.
The Rutgers tennis team will compete in its first away match against Army on Friday at noon. The Scarlet Knights (2-0, 1-0) have proved over the past two home matches that they aren’t just participants in the Big Ten, but tough competitors as well.
Former Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) spoke at an event hosted by the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Trayes Hall at the Douglass Student Center last night, sharing insight into his departure from the President Donald J. Trump transition team, his time as governor and stories from the national campaign trail.
The Rutgers athletic department has partnered with Adidas Basketball to celebrate Black History Month by having the men’s and women’s teams suit up in uniforms inspired by the Harlem Renaissance. The uniforms made their debut last night in front of a sold-out Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC), when the Rutgers men’s basketball team took on No. 7 Michigan.
Organizations addressing all of the needs of every woman, of dissimilar backgrounds, has never been in existence. The formation of the National Organization for Women (NOW) is not an exception to such a claim. NOW, since its beginnings and throughout time, has attempted to target the main concerns affecting women. But, a lack of intersectional approaches to such solutions caused many other groups to be outcast. Equality of outcomes and benefits from the change brought by NOW did not touch all feminist groups.
A Rutgers women’s basketball player, Caitlin Jenkins, was arrested Saturday afternoon due to charges of simple assault and criminal mischief related to a domestic violence incident, according to Asbury Park Press.
Higher education ought to mold nails that refuse to be hammered into obscure passivity, not hollow the individual into complacency. The incoming students of the Fall 2019 semester enrollment will receive a core education that will allow them to not simply submit to the realities of society, but rather be active in the creation and betterment of it.
In his review of the recently completed translation of the Hebrew Bible, a Rutgers professor provides insight into the literary nature of the task.