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The Rutgers men's lacrosse team concluded its regular season in nail-biting fashion last Saturday, falling 14-13 against No. 1 Penn State in University Park, Pennsylvania. Although the game ended in defeat, it was another demonstration of how capable the team is of competing with the elite teams in college lacrosse.
On Saturday, May 4 at 4:30 p.m., the second annual Into the Light 5K will take place at 50 Biel Rd on Cook campus. The 5K run/walk is for mental health awareness and offers free registration to any who would like to participate, according to fliers.
In the familiar waters of Ohio, senior Sarah Johanek took the stroke seat for a cornerstone moment in the history of Rutgers rowing. At the Big Ten Double Dual in Columbus Ohio, Johanek and the Scarlet Knights took the water at the Griggs Reservoir, rowing with a purpose as they found themselves at the highest peak of competition the program has ever seen.
The Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ) has been awarded a $15.1 million grant as part of its redesign efforts, according to an article on its website.
The obstructing haze of misinformation and manipulation thickens as a means of galvanizing movements of hate. With attempts to place immigration as a centerpiece for the 2020 presidential election, the volume of fear mongering and fictitious rhetoric deployed increases. President Donald J. Trump has adopted an erroneous new message regarding migrants seeking refuge in the United States: “Our country is full.”
At Wednesday’s Board of Governors Open Hearing on the University’s Tuition, Fees, Housing and Dining Charges for 2019-2020, End Assault at Rutgers spoke about its cause, claiming that the University mishandles investigations into accusations of sexual assault against faculty members.
There are things in life that require a lot of patience, but only give a brief sense of satisfaction. Some of us wait our entire lives for our dreams to come to fruition. Anything that matters to people, they will wait for.
The Rutgers First-Year Interest Group Seminars (FIGS) program helps aid first-year students in their transition to college while exploring an academic area of their interest.
Today marks the end of an era for many of our favorite Marvel heroes. “Avengers: Endgame” is finally here.
From the start of Big Ten play at the end of March, the main focus for the Rutgers men's lacrosse team was clinching a top-four finish and a spot in the conference tournament. After a two-game skid against John's Hopkins and Maryland, the No. 20 Scarlet Knights (7-6, 2-2) booked their tickets to the Big Ten Tournament with a Senior Day win over Michigan.
WARNING: Spoilers ahead for those who have not watched.
A Rutgers study concluded that physicians are shifting away from prescribing antibiotics for treating acne, instead turning to other types of therapies and solutions, according to Rutgers Today.
Just this past week, Netflix released the next in its growing line of original romantic comedies “Someone Great,” which follows an aspiring music journalist Jenny (Gina Rodriguez) who has to move cross-country for her dream job. It means leaving not only her two best friends and New York, but also her boyfriend of nine years, Nate. The movie centers on “one last epic night” among the three girls, each fitted with their own emotional arc about growing up and into a new phase in their lives set to the backdrop of a New York music festival.
Winning the last 7 of 8 games, the Rutgers softball team will keep the ball rolling as the Scarlet Knights (24-20, 8-9) head to Bloomington, Indiana to face Indiana on a three-game stint.
More than one hundred students bearing signs and posters marched down George Street on Wednesday evening, starting from Douglass campus and ending at the College Avenue campus to “Take Back the Night,” an event organized by Women Organizing Against Harassment (WOAH) and Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance (VPVA).
Chancellor of Rutgers University—New Brunswick Christopher J. Molloy spoke to students at the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy on Wednesday. Molloy spoke about job options for pharmacy students. He has a long history of experience in the pharmaceutical industry, which began after he received a Ph.D. in toxicology from Rutgers.
The Rutgers Board of Governors held its annual Open Hearing on the University’s Tuition, Fees, Housing and Dining Charges for 2019-2020 yesterday, sharing details on this past year’s finances and listening to concerns from students and faculty members on tuition.
The Rutgers baseball team knows that it will be in for a tough battle when it travels to Ann Arbor, Michigan this weekend. But, the task at hand over the last two days featured Columbia on Tuesday, and Iona on Wednesday in contests that won’t affect its place in the Big Ten Standings.
The Rutgers Institute for Women’s Leadership, Department of Women and Gender Studies and Rutgers School of Communication and Information came together to host a phenomenal event last night at Alexander Library on the College Avenue campus. Renowned author and scholar Sarah Banet-Weiser discussed her latest book, “Empowered: Popular Feminism and Popular Misogyny.”
Last Thursday’s Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) meeting saw the governing body begin its internal elections, as well as a report on the new allocations budget.