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Good news is something we're all actively seeking out in the current historical moment we’re living in. It’s important to stay informed and get your information from reliable sources, but we can't forget to take an occasional breather in difficult and uncertain times. In the wake of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) crisis, humanity is uniting in novel ways now.
During times like this, everyone’s struggling in one way or another. There are people who fear for their lives, living paycheck to paycheck or are on the frontlines of this pandemic helping to save the lives of others. There are also people stuck in their homes or temporary homes, out of work and scrambling to find things to occupy themselves.
Store shortages of cleaning and disinfecting products during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic have led many people to make their own. It is generally fine to create different cleaners, but not disinfectants, said Robert Laumbach, a Rutgers occupational and environmental medicine expert and associate professor at the School of Public Health’s Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute.
Rutgers announced a hiring freeze on April 2, a move that most have considered to marginalize part-time lecturers (PTLs) and reduce its staffing for future semesters.
Although we have made mammoth leaps in biology, chemistry and physics, neuroscience lags behind these disciplines in terms of groundbreaking developments.
Since the cancellation of the winter sports season due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, members of the Rutgers women’s basketball team have earned recognition and awards. Recently, it was announced that the Scarlet Knights’ assistant coach Nadine Domond will be inducted into the Connecticut Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame alongside six other people who have had noteworthy careers in Connecticut and afar.
Recently, I stumbled upon a 2014 eight-episode long documentary on YouTube called “Last Chance High,” which chronicles the lives of students who attend the Moses Montefiore Academy in Chicago’s West Side.
As the nation hunkers down and follows social distancing rules — mostly — I have to wonder how the most powerful country on Earth is suffering the most during this coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
As the world reacts to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the public discourse has centered on the pandemic.
At a press conference today, Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) announced 2,625 new cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and 351 new deaths, bringing the state’s total to 71,030 cases and 3,156 deaths.
Gardening is a fun way to interact with nature and destress. Where you live, whether having a tiny apartment or having a big backyard, doesn’t matter as gardens are so versatile and can be outdoor or indoor, traditional or quirky.
If you’re like me and have been craving content to get you motivated and inspired again, look no further! Rutgers’ very own Manasa Aechuri, a Rutgers Business School junior, has a podcast titled the "Do Anything" podcast and it’s been helping me get my mind off the crazy state our world is in right now.
One of the best, most missed forms of amusement during this period of quarantine is visiting art museums.
These past few weeks have been hard for all of us and full of uncertainty and anxiety. But if there’s anything that inspires us to keep going, it's each other.
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) issued an executive order requiring all residents to wear facemasks when going out in public on April 11, The Daily Targum previously reported. Martin Blaser, director of Rutgers University’s Center for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine and professor in the Department of Medicine and Microbiology at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, said face masks will work when individuals use them.
David Chu, an assistant professor of ophthalmology at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, said those who wear contact lenses could be at a higher risk of contracting the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
With cases and deaths beginning to flatten or decline in some areas of the country — particularly, the hard-hit New York/New Jersey area — governors and other government officials have begun discussing procedures on how to reopen the economy and country.
The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL) has begun to implement various changes to the state’s unemployment system to better handle the large number of claims due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, including upgrading computer technology, adding more personnel and boosting phone capacity, according to a press release.
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) held a press conference today to announce 4,059 new cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in New Jersey, bringing the statewide total to 68,824 cases. Additionally, he said 365 additional residents died, bringing the death toll to 2,805.
I’m sure many of you are taking your online classes on Zoom — or “Zoom University” as some say. Zoom is the video conferencing service most commonly used by students to connect with their professors and peers safely during the coronavirus disease pandemic.