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BERNSTEIN: Fear coronavirus, myocarditis relationship

(09/11/20 4:00am)

When I heard that coronavirus disease (COVID-19)-positive Big Ten Conference athletes were presenting with symptoms of myocarditis, I knew immediately that I would have to write an article about the thoughts bouncing around in my quarantine-fatigued brain. This is important. This is, if my first-hand experience has taught me anything, the beginning of a disaster.




Loving yourself: How to cut off toxic friends

(09/11/20 4:00am)

For most of my life, I've been so accustomed to being a people pleaser. I would sometimes knowingly and unknowingly allow people to walk all over me, with zero confidence to speak up for myself. I simply despised conflict and confrontation, my anxiety playing a large role in that. I figured having bad friends was better than having no friends at all. This isn’t to say I didn’t have any good friends — I had many that still treated me well.


Re-examining 'Blonde,' Frank Ocean's introspective album

(09/11/20 4:00am)

Frank Ocean is one of the most enigmatic and talented artists of our generation, and he has amassed a substantial fanbase ever since he debuted as a part of the hip-hop collective Odd Future in 2007. Aug. 20 marked the fourth anniversary of his 2016 album "Blonde," and its impact on the music industry deserves a re-examination on how the album affected future music releases and popular culture.


PILLAI: America’s first female president will be woman of color

(09/10/20 4:00am)

In November 2016, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was set to give an election victory speech under an actual glass ceiling at the Javits Center in New York City. The choice of this symbolic venue suggested confidence in Clinton’s path to the White House, and those now infamous polls seemed to say the same. 





Rutgers faculty discuss program to reduce textbook costs

(09/10/20 4:00am)

With financial difficulties mounting from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, affordability of textbooks and other course materials have increasingly become a concern for students. The Rutgers Libraries has been reducing costs through the Open and Affordable Textbooks (OAT) Program, which is projected to save approximately 16,400 students more than $2.1 million over the next year, according to an article from Rutgers Today.