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As part of our Inside Beat summer series of Editor’s Picks, this month Daily Targum editors are weighing in on their favorite albums. Whether it be streaming Car Seat Headrest or blasting Flo Milli, these are the albums our editors can’t get enough of.
George Floyd died in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on May 25 after police officer Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds, including 2 minutes and 53 seconds where Floyd was unresponsive.
We’re kicking off a new summer series at Inside Beat called “Inside Beat: Editor's Picks.” Every month, we’ll ask our Daily Targum editors what their favorite distraction has been, including everything from TV shows to books. This month, Daily Targum editors shared which TV shows they’ve been binging recently.
Two years ago in the summer of 2018, the United States was fixated on the emotional, historic hearing of Brett Kavanaugh, who was at the time a Supreme Court justice nominee. Accused of sexual assault by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, which was then eventually followed by accusations from other women, Kavanaugh and several Senate Republicans fervently defended his innocence and insisted he was, regardless, the best person for the job.
International graduate students at Rutgers are facing a variety of legal and financial obstacles due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
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.
As the crescent in the sky starts to come into view, Muslims all around the world are preparing for what is sure to be a historic event: the first global Ramadan in lockdown.
Rutgers University announced a hiring freeze on April 2 in an email sent to staff, a measure which could result in less part-time lecturers (PTL) working at the University next semester.
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has completely changed life as we knew it, abruptly ending whatever routine college students had. Although social distancing, job insecurity and other concerns are rightly at the forefront of discussions about the virus, there are other issues at hand. One of the many — and less talked about — ways the coronavirus has disrupted our lifestyles is through our diet choices.
Tomie dePaola was a children’s author and illustrator of more than 200 books who died on March 30. Using both his words and artistic talents, dePaola enriched his novels with his own experiences and ideas about family. His stories colored the childhoods of thousands across the United States, and he won awards like the 2000 John Newbery Medal and was a runner-up for the 1976 Caldecott Medal.
College is usually a financial burden for anyone thinking of enrolling. Student debt is only getting higher, reaching approximately $1.6 trillion and rising. Now more than ever, since the Class of 2020 students are most likely graduating into a recession, students and parents are getting more concerned with students finding high-paying jobs and not graduating into crippling debt.
Last Wednesday was an eventful day for Rutgers students. The University announced that the school is closed until April 3 due to the coronavirus and many speculate that this date could possibly be extended, especially given that President Robert L. Barchi announced a state of emergency yesterday.
I used to love “Jane Eyre.”
Former Mayor of New York City Michael R. Bloomberg is third in recent polls. For those who do not keep up with politics, Bloomberg’s steady rise should be incredibly concerning.
On Thursday I got on the subway and I felt invincible.
I do the same thing every time I hop onto any Rutgers bus: I step quietly on and let my eyes gaze onto each face that I see before me, looking intently at strangers and quietly falling in love with each one of them.
I threw on my sparkly blue turtleneck and ignored the itchiness I felt from its raspy clutches. I slipped into the black jumpsuit I’ve worn about a thousand times before, a favorite from a closet of carefully selected clothes I’ve accumulated over the years.
This semester’s beloved New Jersey Film Festival, a tribute to indie films, began on Saturday Jan. 25, with carefully selected opening films “Textile Workers” and “Work Songs.”
Lizzo is a musician that’s had a difficult time in the media since the start of her ascent into fame. The major controversy surrounding her has nothing to do with her character, professionalism or artistry. Instead, the biggest issue many have with the “Truth Hurts” singer is her weight.
If you’re active on Twitter or happen to scroll through tabloids, the latest buzz around the British royal family surrounds Meghan Markle and her husband Prince Harry.