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Ethan Lindenberger was 18 when he denied his parents’ wishes and got himself vaccinated. He lives in Ohio, which is 1 of 17 states that allow for parents and guardians to opt out of vaccination medications for philosophical purposes. Lindenberger’s parents refused any sort of vaccination for him and his four younger siblings because they believed in vaccination conspiracies, which put the whole family at risk for contracting easily preventable illnesses.
Millennials will be pleased to know that the month of March has brought another batch of new arrivals to Netflix. Every month, the leading streaming service is known to introduce a variety of television shows and movies to its customers. This month, in particular, includes brand new seasons of award-winning TV shows, timeless movies and an array of Netflix originals. Here’s a list of programs which may interest you.
Years ago, I went through a period of depression that, in its worst moments, took nearly an entire year of my life. At some point back then, I decided that I had to go see a psychologist for help. I thought that someone else would be able to give me a solution to my problems. It did not work. The therapists I went to offered opportunities for me to vent my frustrations, which was not at all what I wanted. I wanted my problems to be fixed.
From Jan. 1 to Feb. 21, there were 159 individual confirmed cases of measles across 10 states. Last year, New York and New Jersey counted for more than half the measles cases in America. Similar outbreaks have occurred in 2014 and 2017 in Minnesota and California respectively.
In 1982, the Supreme ruled in Plyler v. Doe that states did not have a compelling interest to deny access to kindergarten through 12th-grade public education on the basis of immigration status, and required states to extend the provision of public education to all students.
As the old proverb goes: Revenge is a dish best served cold, meaning vengeance is often more satisfying if it isn't exacted immediately.
God is a woman. We might be playing Ariana Grande's song on repeat all month long, because March is National Women’s Month. It's time to overwear our “The Future is Female” t-shirts and reflect on all the goddesses in our lives.
The School of Environmental and Biological Sciences (SEBS) Governing Council has passed a resolution to express disapproval in the selection process for Chancellor of Rutgers University—New Brunswick Christopher J. Molloy, according to a press release.
Senior team captain Jenna Rizkalla, who posted two 9.900s, led the Rutgers gymnastics team to a third-place finish in New Hampshire with a team score of 194.625. The host Wildcats won the meet with 196.000.
Thursday, Feb. 28 was National Public Sleeping Day, but many of us college students will be bringing the minor public indecency into March and further. Whether it’s been after an all-nighter, a hard night of partying or simply during that really boring three-hour class, we’ve all at least gotten the urge to snooze right then and there. In honor of the humorous holiday, we’re ranking the most creative — but not exactly cozy — places to knock out when sneaking off to your residence hall just isn’t possible.
There are some things that we see in movies, television shows or read about in books that we wish we could replicate in real life. But, much to our delight, a few of our beloved fictional activities and sports have actually managed to find their way into the real world.
Whether you’re sitting on a crowded LX bus or relishing a slice of pizza alone at Brower Commons on the College Avenue campus, a playlist that caters to your personality and quotidian activities can help you tune out the world and experience things more fully. Music that aligns with your thoughts, feelings and energies can alter and improve your focus as you go about life. Your mood — good or bad — can be changed or enriched by a well-curated playlist. Some quality Taylor Swift can get you through a breakup, and Broadway musical hits can lift your spirits while you walk to class.
When did being yourself have to become legalized?
Last week, the Oscars crowned “Green Book” Best Picture at the 91st Academy Awards. As Julia Roberts read the winning name, director Spike Lee stormed out of Dolby Theatre. He seemed incensed and mystified by the Academy’s choice. Like many others, myself included, Lee felt slighted yet again by an Oscars ceremony that just can’t get it all right — even though it did deliver a few big victories, including a much-deserved Oscar to Lee.
Since January, Rutgers has been working to redesign four separate pages of its website.
Against Buffalo in its second match of the week, the Rutgers tennis team battled through every singles match to come from behind, clinching a 5-2 win on Friday afternoon.
Last Friday, Douglass Residential College hosted a lecture and luncheon titled, “On the Basis of Sex: The Changing Landscape of Title IX” in the Douglass Student Center.
Multiple new subcommittees and representatives were added along with the revisions to standing rules that were introduced at the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) meeting on Thursday. After the Assembly’s debate, students spoke on the state of infrastructure at the University.
While hard-fought progress has been made for gender equality in America, institutionalized practices continue to hinder women in the workforce. The ordained ability to give birth has received patriarchal condemnation for the burden it places on companies. We have turned our backs on those who provide our future. We have stolen opportunity from those who give us the next generation. In the name of efficiency and profits, women face scrutiny in hiring for their potential to have maternity leave in the future, and if hired, they are neglected by society and government in the event that they require a leave of absence.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team came out with a win on Thursday after a tough game against Minnesota, who previously defeated the Scarlet Knights (20-8, 12-5). The game came down to the final quarter, where Rutgers was able to come back from a 4-point deficit in the third quarter to win by 6 points.