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It is possible that, as a temporary or current resident of the City of New Brunswick, you have received a flyer labeled “Important Information About Your Drinking Water.” Although the notice informs its readers “there is nothing you need to do,” and emulates a tone that is calm and nonchalant, the bottom of the page indicates in asterisks: “People who drink water containing (the toxins) ... may experience problems with their liver, kidneys or central nervous system, and may have an increased risk of getting cancer.” Frightening, right?
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s long-standing assertion that the election is “rigged” may have some truth to it.
For centuries, and perhaps for all of humankind’s existence, women were traditionally responsible for preventing pregnancies.Although it takes both men and women to create a zygote, women bear most of the brunt to prevent fertilization.
Do you remember when a teacher asked Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.), “Why do you continue to spread the myth that our schools and teachers are failing?”
Halloween weekend has officially passed.
The closing arguments for the Bridgegate trial have just begun, but the conversation about Gov. Chris Christie’s (R-N.J.) future standing in politics has been circulating for years.
Amidst the raucous of the long-anticipated presidential election, let’s remember that the president is not the be-all and end-all of American elections and politics.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
It’s election season, but it’s not just nationwide or statewide — there’s an election happening on Rutgers' campuses.Right now the New Jersey Public Interest Research Group (NJPIRG) is conducting a campus wide referendum, asking students to vote on whether they want the organization’s $11.20 charge to remain on the term bill every semester.
The New Jersey General Assembly just passed a bill that gives terminally ill patients the right to request a prescription for drugs to end their lives.
Let’s face it -- Rutgers is a party school. Like any other enormous public institution, with tens of thousands of people and plenty of space, there’s bound to be a party at any point of the week and at any time of the day.
“What’s in a name?”
merican history is darkly intertwined with exploitative labor.
A presidential nominee should be breaking glass ceilings with progressive policies and innovative ideas.
Compared to the attacks in France or other Western tragedies, non-European struggles are given scant coverage.
“In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue."
Overshadowed by Donald Trump’s vile controversies, Hillary Clinton’s leaked excerpts from transcripts of paid speeches to Wall Street isn’t receiving equal attention.
At this point, anything offensive that seeps out of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s mouth is not news — it’s expected.
The United States Congress is reprehensible.
White painted faces, wild hair and red lipstick drawn into permanent grins — needless to say clowns are creepy.