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Rutgers surgical doctor to be president of national organization

(10/29/19 3:25am)

Dr. David Livingston, professor and chief of the division of trauma and surgical critical care in the department of surgery at the New Jersey Medical School (NJMS), has been announced as the next president of the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma (AAST), a national scholarly organization dedicated to the science and practice of the field of trauma and critical care, according to a press release. 


COMMENTARY: New Jersey bill would silence dissent, prevent criticism of Israeli policies

(10/29/19 4:00am)

A Rutgers University student club — the All Marxist-Leninist Union (AMLU) — was recently joined by members of other concerned student organizations at a meeting where we heard several speakers denounce a proposed law that would severely restrict the rights of students in public schools and on college campuses to dissent from U.S. foreign policy and the rights of students to work in solidarity with Palestinian people. 










Rutgers excites student body with annual MidKnight Madness event

(10/28/19 12:13am)

When the calendar hits October, the Rutgers men's and women's basketball teams are in full swing to return to the hardwood. To entice students to attend the first home game of the season at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC), the Scarlet Knights participate in NBA All-Star Game-like competitions at MidKnight Madness, held at the original home for the basketball teams: the College Avenue Gymnasium.



Rutgers, AAUP-AFT continue to dispute impacts of Course Atlas

(10/28/19 4:16am)

Negotiations between the Rutgers American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT) and the University regarding Course Atlas, the new scheduling system set to launch for the Fall 2020 semester, have ended with the union now determined to stop the “unilateral imposition of this software.”