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It is time for regime change in Venezuela, or more accurately, the regime has changed in Venezuela. On Jan. 23, the former leader of the Venezuelan congress, Juan Guaidó, in accordance with the Constitution, assumed the role of interim president. In turn, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and the overwhelming majority of South American countries recognized his legitimacy.
After having its 10-game winning streak snapped on the road against Iowa, the Rutgers women’s basketball team will head to University Park, Pa. this Sunday to take on Penn State (9-9, 2-5) as they look to stay on top of the Big Ten standings.
Mason Gross School of the Arts has begun a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) program, which will allow graduate students to research topics and content for projects in a deeper way, said Jacqueline Thaw, an associate professor in Design at Mason Gross.
The Rutgers men’s basketball team looks to start its first winning streak of the new year this Saturday afternoon, as it travels to University Park, Pa. to face Penn State for a Big Ten battle.
If you’re a social media-savvy college student, chances are you follow a “food porn” Instagram account that publishes mouth-watering content featuring hot shots of the best local cuisine.
The New Jersey Film Festival for the Spring 2019 semester begins today. For the next three weeks, independent films will play almost every night at Voorhees Hall on College Avenue.
We're in the final days of January, which is National Soup Month. That distinction shouldn't come across as a coincidence or a surprise. Soup seems to be one of the most comforting foods to keep us warm, especially during the cold winter nights that have stumbled upon us.
Starting immediately, nearly all health facilities at Rutgers will postpone copays, deductibles and balances due for federal employees who are furloughed and their dependents for services provided at a University facility or provider.
In August 2018, the American Psychologists Association (APA) issued a series of guidelines for psychological practice with boys and men, aimed at addressing the negative impacts of “traditional masculine ideologies” which have been shown “to limit males’ psychological development (and) constrain their behavior.” While acknowledging that definitions of masculinity vary across cultures, common themes among them include “anti-femininity, achievement ... adventure, risk and violence.”
Aaron Sorkin created and wrote much of the most popular TV show among young liberals who idealize government (myself included), “The West Wing." It is a brilliant 26-Emmy-winning political drama that respects and romanticizes liberalism and the government, but more specifically, the institution of the presidency. Centered on President Josiah Bartlet and his loyal senior staff, “The West Wing” dares to be aspirational and inspirational, envisioning a democratic presidential administration that truly strives to do big, ambitious and idealistic things in the face of what may seem like insurmountable odds. In every episode, I have been moved by the portrayal of love and passion cultivated for our collective American ideals and system of law and justice.
The Rutgers women’s track and field team will be in Boston this weekend as it prepares to compete in the Terrier Classic at Boston University in its third meet of the indoor season.
Coming off of a stellar home opener in Piscataway, N.J. last weekend, the Rutgers gymnastics team is looking to dominate in Iowa City as the Scarlet Knights compete against Iowa on Saturday at 5 p.m.
Over the weekend a priest at my parish, usually known for thoughtful sermons, delivered a rather polarizing talk. As someone who is wary of political discussions in church, I cringed when the priest broached the issue of building a wall along the southern border. He quoted Pope Francis's repeated calls against the wall, urged that American Catholics should stand against this rhetoric as German Catholics should have done during the Holocaust and decried it as wholly immoral.
Reflecting the strained reality of America, on Friday, tense videos of a white teen wearing a Make America Great Again hat, staring at an older Native American man singing and playing a drum at the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. saturated social media. The complicated conflict shown in the video depicting the crowd of students from Covington Catholic High School surrounding the man who was later identified as Nathan Phillips, a 64-year-old Vietnam War veteran there for the Indigenous Peoples March, has only grown more uncertain.
The Rutgers Solar Car Team has obtained its first solar-powered vehicle from Stanford University, which it will work on to ultimately use in the Formula Sun Grand Prix race in July.
Rutgers—Camden has recently named Kimberly Mutcherson as co-dean of Rutgers Law School, making her the first Black and first LGBTQ law dean at Rutgers University.
As classes begin and we try our hardest to let go of winter break, we may begin to forget, or even give up on, our New Year's resolutions.
The widely popular HBO series, “Game of Thrones,” is returning this year for its eighth and final season. Set to premiere on HBO on April 14 at 9 p.m., a little less than two years since the last season aired. With the recent release of two teasers ("Dragonstone" and "Crypts of Winterfell") and two years to spare, fans have already spent time speculating what will happen. Here are four important things to keep in mind for "GoT’s" eighth season. For those behind in the series, read at your own risk.
A Rutgers physician has recently been inducted into the National Blood Foundation Hall of Fame.
Tuesday evening, the Baseball Writers' Association of America voted closer Mariano Rivera, designated hitter Edgar Martinez and starting pitchers Mike Mussina and Roy Halladay into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.