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At home and on the road, the Rutgers women's tennis team was able to start off its 2020 season with two wins against Army and Drexel. The Scarlet Knights (2-0) immediately picked up from where they were last year, showing big improvements in their doubles matches.
After suffering two losses last weekend at the hands of Cornell and Penn State, the Rutgers wrestling team returned to the win column with a dominant 29-7 victory over Indiana at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) on Friday.
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An initiative known as New Jersey Scholarship and Transformative Education in Prisons (NJ-STEP) began in 2013 to bring college education to incarcerated individuals.
Rutgers University Athletics Director Pat Hobbs recently spoke about Jonathan Holloway, University-president elect and the future of Rutgers University athletics, according to an article from NJ Advance Media.
We’re thrust into Mac Miller’s hauntingly magical posthumous album “Circles” with the eerie verse “Well, this is what it look like right before you fall.”
Joining the national hysteria regarding vaping and its potential ailments is Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) and his colleagues embodying the state legislator.
At the end of this month, the seminal, emotional roller coaster of the Netflix original series “BoJack Horseman” bids a solemn farewell on Jan. 31, as the final half of season six is released.
Students at the Rutgers University—Newark campus who may struggle to afford food can now turn to the JBJ Soul Kitchen, a new “community restaurant” opened by New Jersey native Jon Bon Jovi, according to an article from NJ Advance Media.
The Rutgers men’s basketball team took on Iowa on the road last night in a significant conference matchup with two ranked squads.
Dr. Pamela McElwee, associate professor in the Department of Human Ecology, testified before the United States House Committee on Science, Space and Technology about climate change on Jan. 15.
Kamali Thompson, a fourth-year student at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, has been training to join the 2020 Olympics while also studying to become an orthopedic surgeon, according to an article on The Philadelphia Inquirer.
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.
Rep. Frank Pallone (D-N.J.) announced the framework for the CLEAN Future Act, a bill which is designed to guide the country toward net-zero emissions by 2050, according to a press release.
Harry Styles, a 25-year-old British singer-songwriter, released his second studio album, a pop-rock roller coaster that goes by the name of “Fine Line” on Dec. 13, 2019. The album peaked at #1 on the Billboard 200 Chart on Dec. 28 and is currently fourth on the chart. In an August 2019 Rolling Stone article titled “The Eternal Sunshine of Harry Styles,” the 12-track album was described by the ex-One Direction heartthrob as being “all about having sex and feeling sad.”
Rutgers University—Newark is expanding its Spring 2020 semester courses to include approximately 90 seats for Newark high school students interested in dual enrollment, according to a press release. The program was organized by the Newark City of Learning Collaborative (NCLC).
For college students, finals season is synonymous with bloodshot eyes, loss of sleep and immense amounts of caffeine.
One of the guiding principles of my life is purposefulness. By questioning myself while I make decisions, I push myself to think through my choices and optimize how I spend my time.
I am not personally aware of any college students who look to The New York Times editorial board for guidance on whom to vote for.
Two weeks into the season, the Rutgers gymnastics team is already breaking records. The Scarlet Knights started off the year with their highest season-opening score since 2014 and only look like they’re going up from there.