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Department of Classics to offer fully funded master's fellowships for first time beginning Fall 2020

(02/19/20 5:00am)

The Rutgers University Department of Classics has announced that for the first time they are offering fully funded master's fellowships beginning in the Fall 2020 semester. The two-year fellowships include tuition remission and an annual stipend of $25,000. 




Rutgers notes as March Madness approaches

(02/18/20 5:07pm)

It is no secret at this point that the Rutgers men’s basketball team is having a historically strong season. The Scarlet Knights (18-8, 9-6) are on the verge of their first NCAA Tournament berth since 1991. With that being said, their ticket to March Madness is not yet set in stone. Here’s what needs to happen for them to be picked on Selection Sunday, which is just under four weeks from now. 


Senate Education Committee clears legislation to protect student journalists in New Jersey

(02/18/20 5:00am)

Sen. Nia Gill (D-N.J.) and Sen. Shirley K. Turner (D-N.J.) sponsored legislation that would result in protection for the rights of student journalists in public schools and institutions, according to a press release from the New Jersey Senate Democrats. 



Rutgers report finds Northeast needs immigrants to grow economy, prevent demographic stagnation

(02/18/20 5:03am)

A new Rutgers report details how a slowdown in immigration, lower birthrates and a large amount of people moving from the Northeast to more affordable locations may threaten the economic future of the New York and New Jersey metropolitan region, according to an article on Rutgers Today. The report, Rutgers Regional Report, was compiled by the Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation.


Rebecca Black returns: 2011 hit singer talks overcoming bullying

(02/18/20 5:00am)

For many people who go viral on the internet, there is an immense amount of pressure on them. People who have seen their videos may recognize them on the street, and depending on the content released to the public, people may ridicule viral sensations for their content. Rebecca Black, a girl who rose to popularity at the young age of 13 years old, is well-known for her hit 2011 song “Friday.”