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The Rutgers field hockey team headed over to Storrs, Connecticut and Philadelphia to face off against No. 4 UConn and No. 17 Saint Joseph's, coming away with its first two losses of the season. The No. 19 Scarlet Knights were shut out by the Huskies on Friday night, and finished up the road trip with a loss in Philadelphia.
Playing to double-overtime, the Rutgers women’s soccer team was left at a standstill against Princeton on Saturday night. The No. 21 Scarlet Knights (5-0-1) ultimately settled for a 0-0 game in their first on the road matchup and first tie of the season.
Busch campus is infamous for its geese population during the summer, fall and spring months. There is even a Facebook profile with the name "Busch Goose" that sums up what is likely to come out of an interaction with the geese.
This past year, Rutgers sent a cease-and-desist letter to a Louisiana high school over its use of the University’s trademarked block "R."
This summer has been the wildest summer of my life.
The University’s presidential search committee will be holding a town hall at the Livingston Student Center this Thursday, Sept. 12, from 6 to 8 p.m., the committee announced in a University-wide email late last week.
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) is proposing the state make changes to its tax incentives law, as recent reports and state testimony have suggested that the current incentive program is wasting money on projects that do not create job growth, which the long-standing law was intended to do, according to NJ Advance Media.
Three goals. Two minutes.
Last week, sports editors Jackson Thompson and Jake Schmied went 3 for 6 on predictions against UMass. An opponent like the Minutemen could lead one to predict a lot of things to in favor of the Rutgers football team, but things get a little harsher with an opponent like No. 20 Iowa.
Rutgers will pay the search firm R. William Funk & Associates $165,000 to help the search committee in its quest for the University’s 21st president, according to NJ Advance Media.
Rutgers University—Newark has recently been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) that is the first ever to support underrepresented minority students in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) Ph.D. programs as part of its Bridges to the Doctorate program, according to Rutgers News.
This past summer, the new ABC television show “Emergence” was brought to the Rutgers for filming. While the crew is unable to provide specific details about the scene filmed, segments were shot on Livingston campus, including a scene in the Rutgers Business School.
What do incels, white supremacists and mass murderers mostly have in common — besides being entitled — you may ask? Well, there’s this: they use the internet as a personal diary detailing all of their very horrifying and disgusting opinions, wishes and desires.
We sit idle and dormant, accepting the reality of life at Rutgers as beyond our influence. But, discontent grows with increasing exploitation.
In the spirit of summer, my Instagram timeline has been filled with pictures of people lounging by the pool or on the beach, traveling around exciting and exotic locations all over the world and dining on what seemed like delectable food.
Streaming is the future.
“What is Deiner Park?”
Last night, the Rutgers Center for Social Justice Education & LGBT Communities (SJE) hosted its kickoff event for Welcome Week, the LGBTQIA Welcome Reception featuring Dominique Jackson, a transgender author, model and actress most known for her role of Elektra Abundance on the TV series "POSE."
The Cook Cafe will be closed on weekends this year due to declining sales over weekends, as operating expenses exceeded sales, said Nicholas Emanuel, the director of operations for Rutgers Dining Services.
No. 20 Iowa's Kinnick Stadium is the seventh-largest Big Ten venue for college football, notorious for serving as a hostile environment.