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Rutgers professor discusses abortion medication controversy

(09/16/20 4:00am)

Several senators have called for the FDA to ban mifeprex (mifepristone), a medication used for non-surgical abortion, according to an article on USA Today. Leslie M. Kantor, professor and chair of the Department of Urban-Global Public Health, spoke on this issue and what banning this medication would mean for women during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.







Contextualizing California: Climate catastrophe is here

(09/15/20 6:20am)

The year 2020 has not been kind to California — for one, it was among the first states in which the novelty coronavirus disease (COVID-19) was introduced into the country and has recently reported more than 600,000 cases, ranking first in confirmed cases on the national scale and third globally, behind Maharashtra, India, and São Paulo, Brazil. 








Exploring new Netflix film 'I'm Thinking of Ending Things'

(09/14/20 4:00am)

There’s a moment in the beginning of the new Netflix film, “I’m Thinking Of Ending Things,” where the two main characters, Lucy (played by Jessie Buckley) and Jake (Jesse Plemons), drive by a strange sight on the side of the road: A brand new swing set in front of an abandoned house. “That’s odd,” Lucy said. “Why would that be there”? 


SAJU: Voting history, fight for our democracy

(09/14/20 4:00am)

Along with flowers, “I Voted” stickers adorn the grave of Susan B. Anthony. Anthony, an activist who fought for women’s right to vote, was not awarded one of these sticky civic badges of honor when she went to vote in the election of 1872. Instead, she was handcuffed, arrested and convicted for doing something so commonplace in our society: casting a ballot. 






Rutgers professor discusses ethical donations in business

(09/14/20 4:00am)

While businesses and individuals have long used charitable donations for public relations, ethics dictate they must ensure their intentions do not harm their recipient, according to a recent Rutgers Business Review article written by Joanne B. Ciulla, professor and director of the Institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers Business School.