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College football is a unifying force that brings millions of students, alumni and fans across the country together, and there is no question that the game day atmosphere is often the deciding factor in a prospective student’s college decision.
One of the most important aspects of one’s self should be his or her mental health. Two young women at Rutgers know this to be especially true.Artemis and Sophia Mazzini’s father took his life April of last year.
Where knowledge is power, information is a weapon. Information is the key that, depending on the whim of its controller, can either lock the masses in chains or liberate them in understanding.In Texas, 15 people determine the fate of the nation’s children — because the state of Texas determines which resources and textbooks are used.
Half the world’s population menstruates an average of once a month from menarche to menopause. Most women menstruate from the ages of 13 to 51, making menstruation, alone, a total of 6.25 years in a woman’s life.
As another academic year begins, students are trying to
transition from the relaxation of summertime to the hustle and bustle of
Stephen Miller, President Donald J. Trump’s senior advisor, plays a much larger role than many perceive.
Hello Rutgers, welcome to the first day of the semester and thank you for joining me to read the words that I’m typing to you even though we’ve probably never met.
A collaborative art exhibition has recently been installed in the Focus Gallery at the Zimmerli Art Museum (the small room adjacent Paparazzi Cafe), on heritage and memory in the American South.
JOINING THE WINNER CIRCLEThis year seems to be a good one for Rutgers students in terms of awards, and School of Arts and Sciences senior Chelsie Richie adds on to the list.
Low voter turnout is an increasingly prominent issue in the United States. In the 2012 presidential election, for instance, only 53 percent of those eligible, voted. That means that well over 100 million potential votes were lost.
I always walk with my Bose headphones in my ears on my way class, even when I am not listening to music.
Oftentimes, events are held in order to create a sense of remembrance of tragedies that have passed.
North Korea’s persistent and aggressive attitude toward developing its nuclear and ballistic missile programs is nothing new.
Students at the University are constantly learning new things in their classes. That is why a majority of students attend college — to get an education.
Throughout my studies and personal endeavors, I have come to learn a lot about America. I have learned valuable lessons about how I believe this country operates best, and the functions that are desirable for the effective preservation of this great republic.
In conversations about how to address societal illnesses, we largely gloss over the nuances and complexities of the situation.
With summer vacation just a few weeks away, most students are anxious about internships or things that they can do during the break to promote a successful future for themselves.
Last week was Earth Week and there is a well-known observation that is important to point out: The fact that Earth is the only planet we have ever lived on and for the time being, the only planet that we will ever be able to live on.
Rutgers students often forget that New Brunswick is not only comprised of the University, it is a city in itself, with a population of people who have no connection to the University at all.