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One of Rutgers’ top-ranking professors, Stephen Bronner in the Department of Political Science, has been taken out of the classroom until the University’s investigation into allegations that he sexually harrassed at least one graduate student decades ago is completed, according to an article by NJ Advance Media.
The Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) has been working on an initiative to increase the amount of open textbooks in the classrooms.
On Feb. 8, The Daily Targum published a news piece that divulged a new study by Dan Battey, an associate professor in the Graduate School of Education. Battey’s research highlighted possible evidence for racially-motivated bias in classroom settings, finding that white teachers were exceedingly negative in their interactions with Black students in comparison to white students.
Black feminism was at its prime during the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. To some extent, it has been forgotten by mainstream media and left out of conversations during Black History Month. This month is all about celebrating Black leaders that have transformed history. Common names such as Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X are highly praised and celebrated. While it is extremely important to celebrate these figures for the tremendous impact they have made in this country’s history, it is equally as important to celebrate the achievements of feminist leaders that were able to mobilize and create change.
After losing to a top-25 team in Iowa three nights ago, the Rutgers men’s basketball team will now have to go on the road to take on another ranked team — this one in the top 10. So it goes for life in the Big Ten.
On Monday, the Rutgers women’s basketball team played Indiana on its home court. The Scarlet Knights (18-7, 10-4) defeated the Hoosiers (17-10, 6-9) 69-61, a wider win margin than their previous games.
When it’s all said and done, No. 1 graduate student 149-pounder Anthony Ashnault will be the most decorated wrestler in Rutgers wrestling team's history.
On Feb. 15, Rutgers and leaders from the country of Botswana signed an agreement to start the joint initiative known as the Botswana-Rutgers Knowledge Collaboration, which aims to use technology to share knowledge and develop programs to help Botswana reach its goals, especially as a budding regional hub of South Africa, according to Rutgers Today.
Magazines, with their addiction to airbrushing and shock-value cover stories, have consistently sent people into a frenzy. From the 1991 Vanity Fair cover in which Demi Moore posed naked while pregnant to the 2012 Time Magazine cover of a mother breastfeeding her 3-year-old son, magazine covers have often been the subject of much debate and criticism. But that criticism constantly evolves.
A regular college basketball game lasts for 40 minutes. During those 40 minutes, each second is just as important as the last as any play from a missed free throw to a costly turnover can be the difference in the outcome of the game.
Rutgers researchers have discovered a link between cocaine addiction and a specific set of neurons, which indicates a potential therapeutic treatment for drug addiction.
Title X of the Public Health Service Act became a law in the 1970s. This law states that “no American woman should be denied access to family planning assistance because of her economic condition.” The program has been helping low-income families for decades with family planning and preventative measures. In fact it is the cornerstone of family planning in America as it enables under-served women to gain access to high-quality resources.
A Scarlet Ambassador shared insight into the job of being a tour guide for the University, including the interviewing process and some of its challenges and benefits.
In a polarized political environment such as the one we find ourselves in, it is absolutely vital to the prospects of limiting the vitriol that exists behind policy-based divisions that we are able to make clear exactly what it is we are discussing. Far too often the substantive issues at the core of our disagreements are lost in the semantics of what exists today as a charlatanic excuse for political discourse. Well, we will give it a shot anyway.
This past weekend, several hundred students — both from Rutgers and universities in New Jersey — gathered at the Cook Student Center for HackHERS, an annual overnight hackathon.
There’s no question that we’re surrounded by advertisements, and the obvious truth is that we don’t really care about it. From product placement in our favorite shows and movies to the panel ads on an overcrowded REXL, ads are a quotidian feature of our lives. Most ads are boring and make no bones about it, but there’s always been a cutting edge form of advertising that plays on the popular thought of the time.
I write to amplify your recent editorial, "Lack of faculty diversity needs mending,” which points out that faculty poorly represent the diversity of New Jersey citizens, and that Rutgers is among the worst of its peers in gender and racial diversity in its senior administration.
The Rutgers tennis team took down Brown in a 5-2 win last Saturday evening at the East Brunswick Racquet Club. The Scarlet Knights (3-1) were able to claim a victory over their Ivy League opponent after falling to Army last weekend in a close 4-3 matchup.
The new era for the Rutgers baseball team got off to a rocky start last weekend. The Scarlet Knights (0-3) were outscored 35-7 after being swept by Miami in Coral Gables, Florida.
This past weekend, the Rutgers softball team faced off against Liberty, McNeese State and No. 22 Texas A&M in the Texas A&M Invitational. In this packed schedule against three opponents, the Scarlet Knights (4-6) were only able to pull away with one win.