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The economic growth of the People's Republic of China (PRC) has been something akin to a miracle.
Former New York Congressman Anthony Weiner was sentenced to 21 months in prison for sexting a 15-year-old girl with an additional three years of supervised release.
Did you ever think that your meal swipes could make a difference? The Meal Swipe for Charity campaign is doing just that.
Halloween is quickly approaching, and plenty of us look forward to “Halloweekend.” Even though we are not in elementary school going house-to-house asking for candy, we still find excitement in coming up with a cute costume.
It is week seven of the NFL season and Colin Kaepernick, a quarterback who has thrown over 12,000 yards, made 72 touchdowns and even had a Super Bowl appearance, still finds himself without a team.
It has been more than six years since the start of the civil war in Syria. Since then, there have been many lost lives, numerous casualties, mass destruction of property, depletion of resources and the breaking of families and morales.
There are 94 low-income housing apartment complexes in Middlesex County, New Jersey, according to Affordable Housing Online. Within these complexes, there are 7,810 affordable apartments for rent.
The title, “Trump won election due to racial privilege,” begs for a lively debate, and it is my pleasure to play devil’s advocate and address some of the points made.
Rutgers will begin training new problem solvers in the fight against increasing cybercrime and threats to physical infrastructure, equipping these young defenders with the tools to combat the ever-evolving landscape of computer and human psychology exploits. The 24-week online Cybersecurity Certificate Program, which will start on Nov.
If you have not heard of the Rutgers Eating Disorder Organization (REDO), it is probably because the organization was in a period of activity last year — but REDO is back and it is doing its best to make a large impact on campus. REDO focuses on providing better resources to students, eliminating stigmas that surround eating disorders and bringing a better understanding and awareness of eating disorders on campus. According to the National Eating Disorder Association, a collegiate survey revealed that college students with eating disorders from one college increased from 7.9 percent to 25 percent among males and from 23.4 percent to 32.6 percent among females.