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The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has dramatically changed the course of modern-day entertainment, especially in the realm of late-night television. Fortunately, late-night hosts like Jimmy Kimmel, James Corden and Jimmy Fallon already have a large virtual following on their YouTube channels and have transformed their homes into studios.
The New Brunswick Board of Education held a remote meeting last night and passed four measures to proceed with the sale of the Lincoln Annex School to build an extension of the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey.
As a matter of successful advocacy, it has become habit to make the ethos argument. In a capitalist society, advocacy often boils down to arguments around impacts. The successful arguments usually have dollar signs in them.
One would assume that during these pressing times of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, geopolitics and the typical bickering between nations would be put on the back burner for a short while. After all, countries do need to direct all their energy toward keeping their people safe and healthy.
Ever since I was a kid, I’ve imagined what it’d be like to go to New York Fashion Week (NYFW). The creative clothes, the hoards of photographers, the sweet smell of elitism coating the air, where do I sign up?
An edited video of former Vice President and democratic front-runner Joe Biden lolling his tongue and smiling in a deeply unsettling way made waves across the internet since it was posted on April 26. Besides being altogether disturbing, concern arose when President Donald J. Trump retweeted the video of his 2020 presidential opponent, inspiring an article in The Atlantic about the cost of deepfakes and what it means for U.S. democracy.
There is something obscene about using the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic to make people’s lives worse. Proctortrack does exactly that. At a time when Rutgers students are suffering, subjecting them to surveillance is reprehensible.
At a press conference today, Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) reported 2,887 new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in New Jersey with an additional 402 deaths. This brings the statewide total to 113,856 cases with 6,442 deaths.
The American Association of University Professors — Biomedical and Health Sciences of New Jersey (AAUP-BHSNJ), the union representing approximately 1,400 faculty members at Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS), is calling on the University to finalize a contract for faculty during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Rutgers wrestling team got a little heavier as redshirt freshman heavyweight Boone McDermott has committed to the Scarlet Knights.
Xue Ming, a professor of Neurology at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, has been working in her field for more than 22 years. She discussed the potential changes and challenges in sleep due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, as well as the importance of maintaining a healthy sleep schedule during these times.
While the Rutgers football team did not see any players selected in the NFL Draft, two Scarlet Knights signed as undrafted free agents, continuing their football journeys. Fifth-year seniors defensive lineman Willington Previlon and offensive lineman Kamaal Seymour both earned contracts this past weekend after the draft.
I know that things in our world are very doom and gloom. I wake up every day like everyone else, turn on the TV, scroll through my feed and see the generally poor state of affairs. The virus of COVID-19 has claimed many people’s lives, some of whom I personally know and some I know but not personally.
Dear Rutgers Professors,
After their last rotation in the clinical environment, Danika Baskar and Sally Tarabey, juniors at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (RWJMS), said they wanted to help the medical workers in another way and helped develop the COVID-19 Medical Student Task Force at RWJMS.
A new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) walk-up testing site is opening in New Brunswick this week at the A.C. Redshaw Elementary School at 216 Livingston Ave. The appointment-only site will be open to Middlesex County residents from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, according to a press release.
At a press conference today, Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) announced his plan for economic rebuilding along with 2,146 additional cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and 106 deaths. This brings New Jersey’s total to 111,188 cases and 6,044 deaths.
Stay-at-home regulations have been a roadblock for the fashion industry. Instead of high-budget photoshoots, fashion editors and stylists are faced with the necessity to think of creative alternatives as they prepare for their summer issues.
Another day, another concert canceled. Social distancing right now means fans are praying for postponed shows rather than canceled ones, if the artist hasn’t already called it off.
While companies like Amazon and Instacart see a boom in sales during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, workers are losing their jobs and risking their safety due to inadequate pay and care.