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James Charles, other influencers participate in #MugshotChallenge

(04/15/20 4:00am)

The “Mugshot Challenge,” which started on TikTok and has since spread to Instagram and Twitter, calls on people to use their makeup skills to transform themselves into the subject of a mugshot. Sporting gaunt faces, bruised eyes, cuts, bleeding noses and lips and purposefully smeared eye makeup, participants of the viral challenge have posted jarring pictures of themselves that represent a dramatic and largely unrealistic departure from the average mugshot which typically bears none of these features. 


Oliver joins coalition of lt. governors to advocate for lift of blood donation ban

(04/14/20 9:14pm)

Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver (D-N.J.) has joined a coalition of lieutenant governors throughout the country who are advocating for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to lift the three-month wait period gay, bisexual, queer and transgender men have to follow before being able to donate blood, according to a press release.






Rutgers-developed coronavirus test gets FDA approval, will be used at Middlesex County testing site

(04/13/20 8:43pm)

Middlesex County, in partnership with Rutgers University Cell and DNA Repository (RUCDR) Infinite Biologics, RWJBarnabas Health and Accurate Diagnostic Labs (ADL), will be the first in New Jersey to introduce a saliva-based coronavirus disease (COVID-19) test, beginning Wednesday, according to a press release. 




Rutgers experts weigh in on grocery shopping, meal planning during pandemic

(04/13/20 8:43pm)

Jaclyn Maurer Abbot, instructor in the Department of Nutritional Sciences, and Kaitlyn Eck, a Rutgers graduate student in the Department of Nutritional Sciences, are members of the American Society of Nutrition and provided insight about healthy eating during the coronavirus disease pandemic. 







Ruth Mandel, voice for women in politics at Rutgers, dies at 81

(04/12/20 9:28pm)

Ruth Mandel, a Board of Governors professor of politics, died on Saturday from ovarian cancer, according to a University-wide email. She also founded and directed the Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP) at the Rutgers Eagleton Institute of Politics, as well as later serving as the institute’s director.


These resources can help students struggling during coronavirus pandemic

(04/13/20 4:00am)

With all the emails and the notifications being bombarded on students, it can be overwhelming to have to sort through all the material that is accessible in the Rutgers community. Students are more in need than ever of job, financial, living and food support. Here are some of the things that are available to students around or on campus at Rutgers.