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Common law is integral to our justice system. Common law is dependent upon precedents. Court cases rely upon previous rulings to assert further clarification and new judgments in order for us to evolve what the law should mean.In the future, how exactly do we look back and even begin to explain how our justice system completely failed Timothy Piazza?
After changing my mind about my major in computer science during my first semester at Rutgers, I entered the Rutgers Business School.
With the abundance of hurricanes, earthquakes and unusually warm weather, one may wonder how severe global warming has affected the planet.
By now we have all heard of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), and President Donald J. Trump’s decision to discontinue the policy.
It seems like there is nothing worse than your alarm blaring in your ear the morning of an 8 a.m.
With a population of almost 70,000 students, it is impressive that
Rutgers can accommodate for the education of so many.
“Nine-year-olds should not have iPhones.” “Back in my day we’d talk to people, not screens.” “Kids are growing up too fast these days.” These comments represent just a few of the copious qualms people harbor about the upcoming generation and its addiction to technology.
When a nation formed on protest
begins to unravel the seams that tie its values together, its founding pillars
begin to crumble under the weight of its evils.
Rutgers became a part of the Big Ten in 2014, and although this signified a place in the collegiate athletic world, it has brought upon other changes too.
A lot has changed and is still changing since former president Barack Obama's administration.
Since the passing of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2010,
Americans have been left to wrestle with a deep ideological divide on the
realization of our social contract through the government’s role in regulating
our health insurance market.
Students at Rutgers are fortunate to go to a University that puts an emphasis on the importance of mental and emotional health.
It seems like I am always surrounded by books. Books in my personal library that are waiting to be read.
RU Rah Rah? No, I’m seriously curious, are you "RU Rah Rah?" yet, or do you still need time to adjust being back in school?
In 11th grade English, my teacher — an incredibly intelligent white woman, who seems like she has seen the entire world and then some — told us a story about the first time she had ever seen a black boy.
FOOD FOR ALLThe Rutgers Student Food Pantry has been working with the New Brunswick Farmer's Market to create a new system involving “market bucks” that students can use.
It took me an embarrassingly long
amount of time to come up with this title, and I still don’t like it.
For years a Burmese minority group has lived in fear and has had to endure abuses, repression and systemic violence.