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The Rutgers field hockey team has had a tough schedule so far, and it definitely doesn’t stop soon. In their upcoming game, the No. 21 Scarlet Knights (3-3) will face off against No. 6 Princeton (3-1). These are the two sisters that will head down to Princeton for this New Jersey rivalry.
Dr. Joachim Messing, the director of the Waksman Institute of Microbiology at Rutgers and a microbiologist scientist who made groundbreaking developments in molecular genetics, died Friday, Sept. 13, according to an article on Rutgers Today. He was 73.
Last spring in my climate change policy course, I was assigned to interview someone who was skeptical of — or rather did not believe in — climate change. Someone introduced me to their family member, David, who was a finance undergraduate at the University of Michigan and who claimed to not believe in the science of climate change.
Some people might view the city I grew up in as a ghetto. I just see it as a pretty urban area with a diverse group of inhabitants.
Rutgers researchers have found a high level of fecal bacteria in the Raritan River, a body of water people regularly use for fishing, kayaking, canoeing, catching bait fish, crabbing, wading and swimming, said Michele Bacs in an email with The Daily Targum.
This year the Latino Student Council (LSC) of Rutgers reaches 30 years of operation. To celebrate, this Friday the LSC will be holding an extra special opening ceremony.
Over time, Middlesex County has had its fair share of bias incidents.
The unexpected five-game win streak that propelled the Rutgers men’s soccer team back into the top 25 came to an end on Tuesday night, as the No. 24 Scarlet Knights (5-0-1) drew UPenn 1-1 on the road.
Everyone has their favorite films, and reasons for loving them. Maybe they changed your perception of life, or maybe they kept you on the edge of your seat.
Inching its way closer to the top of the national rankings, the Rutgers women’s soccer team has yet to drop a match going into Big Ten play this weekend. The No. 13 Scarlet Knights (6-0-1) will open the Big Ten season against Minnesota at Yurcak Field on Friday at 7 p.m., followed by a noon game against Wisconsin on Sunday.
We are officially two weeks into the NFL season and we’ve received a bit more clarity when it comes to how the 2019 season will play out. Of course, being only two weeks into the season, there are inevitably still a fair share of mysteries, but there are a couple of things we can say for certain. For starters, the Miami Dolphins are even worse than people thought they would be, which is pretty remarkable if I must say.
For this upcoming weekend, the Rutgers field hockey team will travel down to Princeton to go up against New Jersey rival, No. 6 Princeton (3-1). The No. 21 Scarlet Knights (3-3) have had a tough schedule this far, but this game in particular has a bit of a past for both teams.
When Vedant Mehta and Ravi Patel, a School of Arts and Sciences sophomore and School of Arts and Sciences junior, respectively, were competing at HackRU — the Rutgers Hackathon — in Spring 2018, they had one goal in mind: getting help on their calculus homework.
Two crime incidents were reported off-campus early morning on Saturday, between the hours of 2 and 3 a.m., Chief of the Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) Kenneth Cop stated in a University-wide email yesterday.
New Jersey's Center on Gun Violence Research has been allotted $2 million in state funds. Part of the money will go toward eight new research projects across Rutgers.
The major theme of the 2019 Rutgers men’s soccer team's season has been the rise of several freshmen into important roles, as the No. 24 Scarlet Knights propelled themselves to their first 5-0 start in 26 years.
White House officials will be visiting the campuses of research universities across the country to discuss the potential theft of intellectual property and national security secrets from countries like China, according to an article by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
This Monday there were two bus fires, delaying tens of — if not upward of — hundreds of students from reaching their destinations on time (as well as the obvious safety issue presented).
Arguably a household name, the "broken windows" theory was originally published in The Atlantic by James Wilson and George Kelling in 1982. In the mid-1970s, New Jersey started an initiative, providing money to departments to remove police officers from their patrol car, instead promoting walking beats.
Hidden Grounds Coffee, a cafe company with locations in New Brunswick, Jersey City and Hoboken, is offering latte art classes for members of the communities it serves.