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Welcome to this week’s, “What Kaan Jon finds wrong now," where I inevitably discuss a flaw that is often overlooked. Today’s topic: supplements. Also known as the holy grail of getting fit quick, from your creatine shakes to your whey protein isolate, yet most people do not realize just how dangerous and short-term these stimulants are.
A couple of days ago, I finally picked up a new (to me) GTX 1080 graphics card to replace my long obsolete GTX 780Ti in my PC, and what a world of difference the additional VRAM makes. I had picked up an Oculus Rift Virtual Reality (VR) headset a couple of years ago when they were first released. The headset did not work very well with my 780Ti, but it ran games nonetheless, and I was deeply impressed. Even with a choppy frame rate, VR is an incredibly immersive experience, one that everyone should try as soon as they can.
Rutgers is joining 130 public colleges in an effort to increase college access, close the achievement gap and award significantly more degrees by 2025.
More than 46 percent of eligible New Jersey residents voted in last week’s midterm elections.
C. Vivian Stringer has a chance to capture her 1,000th career win as a head coach, a feat that only five other women's coaches have achieved in NCAA history.
Big days from freshmen Isaih Pacheco and Avery Young helped Rutgers look competitive in Saturday's loss to No. 4 Michigan.
The No. 15 Scarlet Knights (4-1) came away with a lopsided 26-9 win over Appalachian State, but a late Utah Valley comeback spoiled their hopes of capturing a sweep, ultimately falling 24-14.
The Scarlet Knights lost in straight sets to Illinois and fell 3-1 against Northwestern on their Illinois road trip over the weekend.
Conor Murphy was selected to the All-NCAA Regional Accolades Cross Country Team, marking the first time since 1989 that a Scarlet Knight was an honoree.
The National Rifle Association (NRA) is a non-profit organization that advocates for gun rights. On Nov. 7, in response to medical proponents of gun control, it tweeted, “Someone should tell self-important anti-gun doctors to stay in their lane. Half of the articles in Annals of Internal Medicine are pushing for gun control. Most upsetting, but, the medical community seems to have consulted NO ONE but themselves.”
In her column last week, Malaika Jawed, a School of Arts and Sciences sophomore, astutely outlined the situation now facing our aging nation-states. As detailed in that article, the global population is becoming increasingly mobile, meaning that more people are immigrants to the places where they now live. While advances in transportation technology made this mobility possible, advances in telecommunications technology have allowed people to remain virtually immersed in their native culture — or any other culture, for that matter — from afar, presenting an alternative to assimilation.
A recent Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) Town Hall was focused on sexual violence and education. Four panelists, who are leaders in Rutgers’ sexual violence education and support community, were brought in to discuss the issues on how to mitigate the occurrence of sexual assault. Brady Root, the prevention education coordinator at the Office of Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance, said in an interview with The Daily Targum that the ultimate goal of her office is to eradicate sexual violence before it occurs.
In the next few weeks, the Rutgers Center for Latino Arts and Culture (RUCLAC) is set to unveil a mural headed by muralist Layqa Nuna Yawar and painted by Rutgers students and postgrads on the exterior of their College Avenue building.
A new Rutgers club is setting its sights on helping communities by providing water for impoverished people.
Last Friday concluded the Veterans Golf Series, a program started by the Rutgers Office of Veteran and Military Programs and Services to teach veterans both golfing and networking skills at the Rutgers University Golf Course.
A Sexual Violence and Education Town Hall was held at the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) meeting last week. The event featured four panelists who are leaders in Rutgers’ sexual violence education and support community.
To commemorate Veterans Day, University President Robert L. Barchi sent out an email yesterday calling on the Rutgers community to appreciate the service of the country’s veterans.
Rutgers Dining Services has plans to bring a cafe and new food truck to the College Avenue campus by Fall 2019, in an effort to increase the number of meal-swipe options available to Rutgers students.