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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.
Less than one week after falling to Michigan State on the Rutgers women’s basketball team’s home court, the Scarlet Knights (15-3, 5-2) will travel to face Michigan on Sunday at 2 p.m. in what will be another Big Ten matchup.
After suffering two losses last weekend at the hands of Cornell and Penn State, the Rutgers wrestling team heads back to the comforts of the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) to face off against Indiana and Purdue this weekend.
The Board of Governors and Trustees held a meeting on Tuesday to approve the hiring of Jonathan Holloway, the current provost of Northwestern University, as the next Rutgers University president. As the first Black president in Rutgers University’s history, he will take over when current University President Robert L. Barchi steps down from his position in July.
A recent study has found that approximately one-fourth of children under the age of eight with autism go undiagnosed, according to an article on Tapinto. The study was published in the journal “Autism Research.”
The 22-team Rutgers University athletics program spent a record total during the 2018-19 school year, according to an article on NJ Advance Media.
Chancellor of Rutgers University—Camden Phoebe A. Haddon has recently been named chair of the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, according to an article on Rutgers University—Camden News Now.
For the first time in its 253-year history, Rutgers University will have a Black President.
Approximately 26 miles south of New Brunswick is TCNJ, another pubic university in New Jersey. This was the site of collegiate track and field history.
Yesterday, Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) signed a ban that prevents the sale of flavored vaping products in New Jersey, according to an article from The Washington Post.
Did you hear the news about the Korean pop band BTS and their recent conscription?
If you’re active on Twitter or happen to scroll through tabloids, the latest buzz around the British royal family surrounds Meghan Markle and her husband Prince Harry.
The rebuild is officially ahead of schedule.
For only the second time this season, the Rutgers women’s basketball team lost at the Rutgers Athletic Center.
There are a variety of tropes and traditions that we adhere to, for some reason or the other. Some return to clichés like New Year's resolutions for comfort — a cheap, but meaningful psychic “reset.” In all honesty, I’m jaded, but I still think it’s worth the time to rethink some of the expectations we have when setting goals. Here are a few of the things we commonly get wrong when it comes to trying to get a fresh start.
I kind of felt like making this column a little different from columns I have written in the past.