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The class was American Literature, the professor was stern and unconcerned with coming across as friendly, but we shared a common connection. She was passionate about the literature we read in class and I loved it, I loved reading, but most of all, I loved analyzing the texts and connecting them to the human condition and to our world today.
In a utopian West Virginia and Alabama 2018 midterm election, the most glorious of amendments were passed. But first, let us begin by what was not passed. No, it was not a requirement that biscuits and gravy be served at every meal in West Virginia in order to maintain their record of highest obesity rate in the country. It was also not a requirement that the photos of Alabama native Lonnie Johnson, inventor of the Super Soaker water gun, be plastered on every public library.
Many major complaints that Rutgers students have seem to stem from administrative insufficiencies, where attempting to solve problems with financial aid, parking, scheduling and other related issues are much more difficult than they ideally should be. Students often run around looking for the right office or the right person to help them.
With the Scarlet Knights' 40-3 win over the Pride, Friday evening, Coach Goodale is one victory shy from becoming the program's all-time wins record holder.
Patrick Walsh was selected to his first All-East team and Conor Murphy finished in 12th place to give the Knights a eighth-place finish overall.
On Friday night, the Rutgers men’s basketball got its first real test of the season, a home matchup against its former Big East rival, St. John’s.
Antonina Mitrofanova, an assistant professor at the Rutgers School of Health Professions and research member of the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, is now using big data to fight cancer, according to Rutgers Today.
Approximately three Thursdays out of every month, Rutgers students can take a closer look at the moon, planets and night sky thanks to the Rutgers Astronomical Society and a 20-inch telescope on Busch campus.
Plans to open a One Stop Center focused around servicing student parking and financial aid needs are currently in the works. With the building set to placed on Busch campus.
With the midterm elections in the books and the results mostly contended, except for Florida, we can look into the outcomes and try to draw some conclusions. The Senate was mostly successful for the GOP. The only other thing to note from the Senate side is the election of former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney (R) to the United States Senate from Utah. His voice can be very helpful to the GOP and the nation as a whole as I wrote about last year.
Only a week ago you could have found someone complaining about the terrible weather and the complete lack of preparedness surrounding it. My father spent 6 hours stuck on the road for what should have been a 20-minute drive. He was furious about it all. People went online to complain about buses getting into accidents and commuters having to traverse dangerous roads just so they would not have to miss class.
Rutgers has found that James Livingston, a professor in the Department of History, did not violate the University's Policy Prohibiting Discrimination and Harassment, following University President Robert L. Barchi calling on the Office of Employment Equity (OEE) to re-examine its original findings, according to The Daily Targum.
Mass shootings have become an affliction in this country. Just in the past 10 years, there have been dozens of horrendous gun attacks in the United States. The affliction goes way back, for at least people of my age — 30 and under — to 1999 in Columbine, Colo., in which two students Dylan Klebold, 17, and Eric Harris, 18, killed 12 high school students and a teacher.
Even in 40-degree weather and remnants of snow in the corners of the field, the Rutgers football team played a game on Saturday.
After starting off the season with an appetizer last weekend, the Rutgers men’s basketball team is ready for its first meal of the year which will come in form of St. John’s tonight at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC).
Leaves took longer to change colors this fall than in years past, and unusually warm weather earlier this semester is to blame, Rutgers scientists said.
Metzler and Glasgow have had hot starts to the season, bolstering 3-2 and 5-1 records, respectively.