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The Zimmerli Art Museum hosted its second Art After Hours event of the semester last Tuesday, Oct. 1, centering around its impressive new creative exhibition rooted in scientific knowledge: “Dimensionism: Modern Art in the Age of Einstein.” The rather interdisciplinary evening was buzzing with conversations revolving around the two stars of the show, science and art.
A new bill proposed in California could potentially lead to college athletes becoming paid employees under state law.
The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy hosted a special series of panel discussion talks this Wednesday with several professionals and professors within spatial planning and urban design. The panel discussion, called "Designing Value — The Impact of Design," focused on how design aesthetics blend together or clash with the needs of our various social and cultural heritages, as well as large institutional patterns.
Three days after it opposed the No. 2-ranked school in the nation, the Rutgers volleyball team traveled to Minneapolis Saturday night to face No. 7 Minnesota in what was going to be another tough battle for head coach CJ Werneke and his players. Looking for their first Big Ten win on the season, the Scarlet Knights (6-9, 0-4) hoped to finally capture the victory that had been eluding them all year.
Since the publication of my last column, “Switch to digital LSAT will exacerbate inequities, lacks foresight,” I managed to garner the attention of not only the Rutgers University Office of the Provost, but also the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) executive team, including its vice president. The former, following the reading of my article, purchased two tablets for the office’s LSAT tutor to be used for all those who come for free tutoring sessions.
From back-to-back losses to back-to-back wins, the Rutgers women’s soccer team captured a 3-2 double overtime victory against Penn State and a 2-0 shutout victory to Northwestern over the weekend.
Bus transportation plays a crucial role in both students’ academic and non-academic lives on campus, so Rutgers’ Institutional Planning and Operations (IPO) division offered some of the reasons behind the selection of today’s bus routes and stops.
At Friday’s Knock Out Opioid Abuse Town Hall at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC), Rutgers Athletics Director Pat Hobbs, former Rutgers football and NFL quarterback Ray Lucas and attendants shared their experiences in dealing with the effects of the epidemic on themselves or loved ones. They also shared how to overcome and prevent the same to future young athletes and college students.
You would not believe it, but the Democrats do not like President Donald J. Trump. In fact, they want him impeached and removed from office.
I remember one of my professors in my journalism classes telling us that the first thing we have to do in order to succeed in the course is to get a subscription for The New York Times.
Not too long ago, a sea of tweets attacking Mark Ronson for “coming out” as sapiosexual flooded the internet. In an interview on “Good Morning Britain,” the Grammy-winning producer stated he identified as sapiosexual after which the hosts congratulated him on being “out and proud.”
Last season, starting quarterback Johnny Langan was a redshirt freshman at Boston College. Buried in the depth chart, he was asked by the coaching staff to consider switching to linebacker.
As part of the Knock Out Opioid Abuse Town Hall series, New Jersey's Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal joined Rutgers Athletics’ town hall held at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) Friday morning.
Five games into the season and the Rutgers football team sees itself in a similar predicament as last season — just without several pieces including former head coach Chris Ash, offensive coordinator John McNulty and sophomore quarterback Artur Sitkowski under center.
There may be some pre-kickoff jitters for interim head coach Nunzio Campanile ahead of his first game at his new post when Maryland comes to SHI Stadium tomorrow. But some of these nerves can be quelled when he gives his first offensive play calling to a familiar, but new quarterback.
Notable banks such as Goldman Sachs used to hire from a target list of universities, but nowadays, according to the HireVue digital interviewing platform, these companies use artificial intelligence to assess a broader range of candidates. Analysts are hired from a wider variety of institutions, one of which includes Rutgers, according to eFinancialCareers.
The word "failure" has many negative connotations surrounding it.
The history of vaporware is the history of many different musical styles combining to form an entirely new art form. Like all forms of art, it has its detractors and appreciators, and like all art, it takes inspiration from its predecessors. While its original purpose was to serve as a meme, its influence and impact have stretched far beyond its intended origins.
Unfortunately, cross country is not a spectator sport. For all the reasons that it isn’t a spectator sport, only makes it better for the participating runners.
At the Rutgers Board of Trustees meeting on Sept. 25, 2019, University President Robert L. Barchi announced that the University has begun sharing information with the University Climate Change Coalition (UC3), a coalition of universities committed to carbon neutrality and carbon resiliency.