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In most editions of this column, I have taken extensive lengths to highlight some problem regarding the public health and show readers why both policy and leadership are failing to properly address the needs of the people affected by the problem. For this edition, I would like to take the time to discuss a new frontier that may actually be a policy move in the right direction and highlights how the changing of the guard in the United States’ two-party system can create net benefits to the public health and the needs of the vulnerable.
In its first time stepping out on the field in a game-type setting, the Rutgers football team broke the scoreboard as the Scarlet and White teams tied at 132 using a special scoring system.
The Knights claimed seven event titles and 10 top-three finishes at the Metropolitan Championships and Tennessee Relays this weekend.
Lee takes home lone victory for Rutgers in tough weekend in Michigan.
Rutgers' upset bid falls short as No. 1 Maryland defeated the No. 8 Scarlet Knights, 11-10, in College Park on Sunday.
A recent pilot program was launched across campus that supplies students with access to free menstrual products. As the first of its kind, the program aims to meet student needs for hygienic, accessible feminine products.
Advancing through both the New Jersey General Assembly and the New Jersey Senate, a bill to grant certain undocumented students access to financial aid services now sits on Gov. Phil Murphy’s (D-N.J.) desk.
The number of female candidates running for the U.S. House of Representatives is surging, the Rutgers Eagleton Institute of Politics reported.
At last week’s Board of Governors meeting, University President Robert L. Barchi announced preliminary estimates of new student enrollment at Rutgers for the upcoming school year — citing a notable increase in first-year student applications.
After a long year under President Donald J. Trump's administration, prosecutors are closing in on Trump and his alleged involvement with Stormy Daniels. MSNBC legal analyst, Danny Cevallos, highlighted the F.B.I. raid on Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen. Cevallos’s take on the raid includes implications regarding why prosecutors chose to raid Cohen’s office instead of serving him a subpoena.
In the wake of his most recent military strikes against the high value targets of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s chemical weapons program, President Donald J. Trump was celebratory in his tone and demeanor, commending U.S. allies Great Britain and France for their assistance in, what he coined, a “perfectly executed strike.” Further illustrating his lack of historical consciousness, Trump bookended that tweet with the infamous words: “Mission Accomplished!"
While ramen noodles and mac and cheese seem to be the typical college student’s meal of choice, it has become apparent that many students may actually not have many other options. Food insecurity among college students is a significant issue across the country, but when we come to realize its prominence at Rutgers, the problem becomes more personal.
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Scarlet-White game set for Saturday afternoon at High Point Solutions Stadium.
Rutgers nets first Big Ten win of season off of senior midfielder Paige Paratore's 4-goal performance.
No. 8 Rutgers looks to secure a huge upset this weekend when it travels to No. 1 Maryland in College Park.
Rutgers looks for first Big Ten win of the season this weekend against Michigan and Michigan State.
Rutgers will travel up to Ann Arbor, Michigan to try and steal a win from the Wolverines this weekend.
Rutgers defeats Lafayette, has best winning percentage since 2014.