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The shocking arrest of the Grammy-nominated rapper 21 Savage by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on Superbowl Sunday was followed by a demeaning statement released on ICE’s Twitter page, which painted the rapper as inauthentic. These events unmasked the harsh reality of how minorities are viewed when it pertains to felony convictions in comparison to the good they do.
This past weekend the Rutgers softball team participated in the Mercer Invitational in Macon, Georgia. The Scarlet Knights (3-2) faced off against three teams this weekend: Jacksonville State, Mercer and Army.
In the age of modern technology, fast food-style clothing and consumer culture, in the broadest of terms, materialism seems as though it is inevitable. Computers store your cookies strictly to advertise to you, many public icons preach on what they have and what people should strive for and success is seen through which car you drive, how big your house is, if you are married with children and so on and so forth.
With March rapidly approaching, the Rutgers wrestling team found its most productive road trip of the season this past weekend, extending its win streak to three with victories over Indiana and No. 20 Purdue.
Institutions of learning are designed to be the grand guardians of democracy, wielding education as a great leveler of inequities, a ladder descending down to those born into circumstances beyond their control, ready for their ascension. Some professors and teachers collapse under the weight of their responsibility to place this ladder within reach.
Glitz, glamour, movie royalty and award statues of a very muscular gold man – the Oscars has it all. The 91st Academy Awards will air Feb. 24, but unlike previous years, it seems the world has been talking about the Oscars a lot more than usual. This year, the Oscars will air with no host for the first time in 30 years, and headline after headline shows that people can’t get enough of this story.
Though Bitcoin has become a popular term in the financial and technological world, a Rutgers professor discussed the ethical consequences of cryptocurrency as well as the impact it has on the real world.
University Career Services provides insight on resume building and what employers look for on the resumes of college graduates.
It took overtime and nearly 200 total points, but in the end the Rutgers men’s basketball team suffered a heartbreaking 99-94 loss against Illinois inside the State Farm Center in Champaign, Illinois over the weekend.
If you have not noticed, the state of Virginia’s entire executive leadership apparatus is in turmoil after a series of revelations shocked the state. First was the release of a photo showing Gov. Ralph Northam (D-Va.) either wearing blackface or dressed in a white robe as a Klansman — both extremely offensive and inexcusable for any American, let alone the governor of a large state. If that was not bad enough for Virginians, shortly after that, news broke that Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax (D-Va.) was accused of sexual assault by multiple women. This is an extremely serious charge, and if true, Fairfax should be at least removed from office. Finally, the third in line of Virginia succession, Attorney General Mark Herring (D-Va.), also admitted to wearing blackface. So, the question stands for Virginia: What to do next?
The Francois-Xavier Bagnoud (FXB) Center at the Rutgers School of Nursing was recently given a $12.5 million grant for improving sexually transmitted infection (STI) treatment and prevention in less-equipped areas, at least compared to the services provided by Rutgers Health Services.
Students who try to purchase a bottled beverage as part of their meal swipe at Woody’s Cafe on Busch campus now find that they are unable to do so, due to reinforcement of Rutgers Dining Services policies.
An email update last Friday informed the Rutgers community about further details regarding the student meningitis case, as well as vaccinations that could prevent against the disease.
To mark the 30th anniversary of the serial killer’s execution by electric chair in 1989, Netflix’s thrilling docu-series “Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes” was released in the closing days of January. Since its release, people have voraciously discussed the show’s four comprehensive episodes that revisited the twisted psyche of Theodore Robert Bundy, who committed multiple heinous crimes against innocent young women in the 1970s. While it's strange that a story like Bundy’s would be revisited, it's not uncommon for crimes to be dramatically investigated from a modern perspective.
Competing against Penn State in front of a packed Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) of 2,043, the Rutgers gymnastics team left everything out on its routines Saturday night to beat the No. 25 Nittany Lions and post the second-highest overall team score in the program's history.
On Thursday, Feb. 7 at 10:12 p.m., Domineque Hakim Marcelle Ray was executed in Alabama without an imam present in his execution chamber. Neither God nor justice was present that day. The time of Ray's execution was 10:12 p.m., but alas, it was not the time of his death. He died following a 5-4 decision by the Supreme Court to deny Ray’s rights to have an imam present in the chamber with him. He died the moment this ruling came out.
The Rutgers wrestling team will be taking a trip to the Midwest this weekend for two of its last three road meets of the regular season. Fresh off a thriller over Garden State rival Princeton, the No. 18 Scarlet Knights (9-5, 2-3) will be returning to Big Ten action with meets against Indiana on Friday night and No. 19 Purdue on Sunday afternoon.
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A Rutgers professor’s research on education systems found that that white teachers were three times more negative with Black students than with white students, showing that critical phases of development for Black children could be hindered through daily interactions with their teachers.
Senior defensive backs Blessuan Austin and Saquan Hampton will represent the Rutgers football team at the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine, from Feb. 26 to March 4 at Lucas Oil Stadium.