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Most faculty and students agree that students should have the opportunity to convey their thoughts and opinions about the courses they take and the instruction they receive. But, the recent article in The Daily Targum glosses over substantial concerns with regard to the validity, fairness and harmful consequences of student evaluation surveys. Here at Rutgers, there are few mechanisms for encouraging or requiring student response to on-line surveys. As a result, response rates in some courses can be extremely low, resulting in statistically invalid results.
We are taught only a version of history in which the past and present achievements are unheard and unseen.
By no means should Black history end with the progress of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and by no means should Black History Month predominately focus on slavery, but it does provide an opportunity to reflect on the immensity of the institution and the continuation of its flawed foundational values.
A gift of $15 million has been granted to Rutgers Athletics by Rutgers alumni Gary and Barbara Rodkin. The money, which is the largest gift in Rutgers Athletics history, will be dedicated to the construction of The Gary and Barbara Rodkin Center for Academic Success. The Center will be located on Scarlet Knight Way on Busch campus, and will act as a consolidated academic support service facility for Rutgers’ student-athletes.
The Rutgers wrestling team split its weekend matchups in Illinois this weekend, but could have possibly swept it had the team been at full strength in its second match.
Rutgers Athletics will dedicate its recent $15 million gift — the largest in its history — to the creation of an academic center to support student athletes.
The Rutgers Snapchat Campus Story, contrary to popular belief, is not filtered by, or affiliated with the University.
In a tale as old as time, New Jerseyans are still dissatisfied with their taxes.
Slow start proves insurmountable as Scarlet Knights drop 6th consecutive game.
On Saturday, the Rutgers men's basketball team welcomed No. 3 Purdue to the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) and came within 2 points of knocking down early NCAA Tournament favorites.
Just two days later, the Scarlet Knights (12-14, 2-11) scored a measly 43 points against a middling Indiana team (13-12, 6-7) en route to a 65-43 loss at the RAC.
Slated to be fully implemented next fall, Rutgers University Department of Transportation Services (RUDOTS) will be switching transit tracking servers after more than a decade. Leaving NextBus behind, DOTS will now adopt TransLoc in hopes of significant improvement in services offered with regard to student transit. The improvement will include onboard WiFi, a reliable bus tracking system and the ability to see how many students are packed onto a specific bus.
Ahed Tamimi is a Palestinian activist and viral sensation. She has been sitting in an Israeli prison since mid-December, awaiting a trial that has been postponed until Feb. 13. She also just turned 17-years-old last week.
Veganism and feminism. The two “isms” that appear to inhabit two completely different galaxies but meet up at the annual liberal millennial convention in San Francisco.
So how is veganism inherent to feminism? Feminism views females as more than property, eye candy and a set of reproductive organs. It is the equality of the sexes and a clear detest of patriarchal rule. What divides women is our distance from the patriarchy, said Yakin Erturk, United Nations special rapporteur on the violence against women. So, while women have not always been treated with an equal lack of privilege, a constant force in the lives of all women is the patriarchy.
The Rutgers gymnastics team pulled out a second place finish at the Livingston Gym over the weekend. The Scarlet Knights hosted the quad-meet with Ohio State, West Chester and Wisconsin-Whitewater as the challengers.