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Last weekend, The Chronicle of Higher Education placed Rutgers University on a list of the flagship universities that have been most successful in keeping their tuition rates steady over the last decade.
Bill Cosby, Woody Allen, Hugh Hefner, Harvey Weinstein, Louis C.K. This list of famous, well-respected men who wildly abused their power and privilege goes on and on. Our most recent offender, Louis C.K., charged for sexual misconduct, is one of the most surprising finds.
At Rutgers University, the current status of approximately 400 students is up in the air after the White House announced in September of this year that it will rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy, according to a recent report published by the Rutgers University Student Assembly.
Friday marked 79 years since Kristallnacht, an organized attack on Jewish communities that left hundreds dead and thousands in concentration camps. In light of a recent uptick in anti-Semitism on campus, members of the Jewish community elected to recognize the anniversary of the "Night of Broken Glass" differently this year.
Last Tuesday, students walking down the College Avenue campus had the chance to celebrate Thanksgiving early at the "Thanksgiving Block Party" hosted by RU Sure.
The Rutgers women’s cross country team finished its 2017 campaign last Friday, placing 19th overall at the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship 6-kilometer race in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Just like the weather that night, the Rutgers women’s soccer team started off cold in its eventual 3-1 victory against La Salle in the first round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Tournament.
During media day for the Rutgers women’s basketball team last Wednesday, head coach C. Vivian Stringer said that she would be happy to win five games this season. After the first game of the season, she already has one. The Scarlet Knights (1-0) held off a late comeback to defeat James Madison (0-1), 76-63, Friday night in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
The No. 12 Scarlet Knights (3-0, 1-0) showcased that thirst on Saturday, as they defeated two teams on the same day. Rutgers faced a powerful No. 19 Oklahoma (1-2) who seemed no match for its stacked lineup. The Knights defeated the Sooners, 22-9, after winning seven of the 10 matchups on Saturday morning.
They say football games are won and lost in the trenches. And if the Rutgers offensive line was any proof of that, the Scarlet Knights would have a much better record than its 4-6 mark. On Saturday against No. 14 Penn State, the group had another strong day — especially early on — as it paved the way for 159 yards on 4.2 yards per carry.
I am, more often than not, guilty of inconsistent participation in class discussions. I tend to sit quietly, sometimes with questions brewing in my mind that I do not deem worthy enough of being verbally articulated or just completely tuned out from the entire conversation, lost in my own mental meanderings.
Last week, the leaked "Paradise Papers" revealed that Rutgers, along with many other universities, uses offshore firms to invest its endowment money. By utilizing these firms, namely Appleby, a law firm specializing in offshore accounts like private equity and hedge funds, the University avoids paying taxes on its profit, leaving more money in its pocket that can presumably allow tuition to remain low while continuing to follow the 2030 Master Plan to improve Rutgers. To be clear, investing large sums of money in offshore accounts like this is not illegal.
Things were way too close for the Rutgers men's basketball team on Sunday afternoon, as it took 49-year-old head coach Steve Pikiell getting knocked down by an opposing player to inject enough life into the Scarlet Knights (2-0) to defeat a less-than-stellar Central Connecticut State team, 71-67.
It has been said time and time again this season, but it bears repeating: this is not the same Rutgers football team from last year. Rutgers (4-6, 3-4) lost to No. 14 Penn State (8-2, 5-2) by a score of 35-6 on Saturday, and though there wasn't much to love for Knights fans, there was more than last year.