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Earlier this week, alternet.org published a conversation between Ido Shapiro and Rutgers Hillel’s executive director, Andrew Getraer, of which the latter’s key points include rather shocking claims against Islam and Muslims both here at Rutgers and worldwide.
Reading Ms. Margarita Rosario’s column from Jan. 20 related to the recent events in France, I was reminded of the fact that many Americans, young and old, know little about other cultures than their own.
I can’t say I’m shocked The Daily Targum ran a story about “sexiness,” not just on the front cover but above the fold, but I certainly am saddened.
My name is Aaron London, and I am the student featured in the original photo from the Students for Justice in Palestine’s “die-in” rally three weeks ago, in which an SJP activist is seen giving the middle finger to my face.
On Nov. 12, a space probe the size of a refrigerator landed on a 3-mile-wide comet hurtling through space over 320 million miles away, a landing that took 25 years to accomplish.
The University libraries are dealing with the capacity issue the wrong way. Instead of limiting the number of people allowed to enter the libraries, Rutgers libraries should consider expanding to include more buildings to use as extensions to the libraries.
I am writing in response to Sergio Rojas’ Nov. 24 column in The Daily Targum. President Barack Obama has taken the right step in taking on the issue of a broken system albeit during his final few years in office.
The Women and Gender Studies Department at Rutgers University invited Steven Salaita to speak at an event called “Silencing Dissent.”
As the former co-president of a high school Co-Exist club, as a Jewish Individual who shared the responsibilities of president with a Muslim friend of mine, I am appalled at the display depicted in the photo of the “die-in”.
As a Rutgers alumna, I have grown very uncomfortable with the cozy and symbiotic relationship developing between the University and research facilities, pharmaceutical industries and the National Institutes of Health.
In this day and age, it is very clear that the focus of most college-aged adults are things like what the newest high-tech gadgets available are and what they plan to do with their friends this weekend.
You may have seen several on-campus organizations such as RU Voting offering to help you register to vote these past few weeks.
I would like to discuss an alternative method for cancer research. When we hear about research related to diseases like cancer, we tend to imagine the study being done in a laboratory setting where little rodents are the cancer models.
It is noticeable that the water supply contamination affect from aquaculture are increasingly recognized, though they are point sources that just a small proportion to land-based pollutants.
Throughout my time at Rutgers, I have learned so much about horses and how they are more than just farm animals.
University President Robert L. Barchi has called students the “heart and soul” of the University, but as Rutgers management moves the University into the major leagues of college football, members of the University community — students, staff and faculty — are left questioning the veracity of this claim when academics suffer.
Ever wonder what that must-have berry shade of lipstick for fall cost for an animal? It possibly cost its life.
In his recent column titled “‘New Atheist’ liberals justify Islamophobia with rhetoric,” José Sanchez attempts to smear the leaders of the New Atheist movement.
Throughout history, there has been a struggle for a voice to be heard, for feedback to be taken into consideration.
Few labels conjure a more diverse reaction than the word “millennial.” This is a generation graduating with an average $30 thousand of college debt in a job market that’s leaving 40 percent of us unemployed1.