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The Rutgers men’s and women’s track and field teams head to Iowa City, Iowa for the Big Ten Championships, where some Scarlet Knights will make an appearance. This season, there have been monumental finishes, school records broken and personal records being made by both teams.
Following last Saturday’s heartbreaking loss to No. 1 Penn State, the regular season has officially come to an end. The Rutgers men's lacrosse team was bolstered by its talent on both ends of the field, but were plagued by inconsistency and an inability to win faceoffs.
In its 150-year history as one of the oldest collegiate football programs, the Rutgers football team has consistently produced NFL players on the defensive side of the ball, particularly the secondary.
The Rutgers softball team was unable to win the series against Indiana over the weekend, but did clinch the final game on Sunday afternoon for a 5-2 win to close out Game Three. Going into last weekend, the Scarlet Knights (25-22, 9-11) won 7 of the last 8 games and have now put that stat to 8 of 10.
This past weekend, the Rutgers women’s track and field team raced at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia. There, the Scarlet Knights earned school records and personal records.
The Rutgers rowing team took its latest national ranking down Route One this weekend and stroked its way to 3 out of 6 event wins at Princeton’s Lake Carnegie.
“My words of ‘never again’ have disappeared from my language,” said Tree of Life Rabbi Jeffrey Myers on Saturday. “They have been replaced with ‘yet again.’ And so it is that we stand here yet again at this (vigil) as one united community.”
President Donald J. Trump again reignited the debate over Confederate memorials in recent days in a somewhat vain defense of his own words following the white supremecist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. But, there has been another monument debate brewing in the world of sports.
Senior defensive backs Blessuan Austin and Saquan Hampton are moving up to the highest level of football. The two individuals on the Rutgers football team were picked in the NFL Draft by the New York Jets and the New Orleans Saints, respectively, last Saturday in Nashville.
A decade is defined by its popular culture at the time. The 1980s were musically defined by artists like Michael Jackson, Madonna and Prince. But there are hidden gems, events and forces in every decade that many don’t know about. People overlooked and still don’t fully realize the massive impact of one of the most influential albums of the decade, which came near the end: Public Enemy’s “Fear of a Black Planet.”
An exchange student at Rutgers in 2016 has settled for $1.4 million in a lawsuit after she was struck by a vehicle at a crosswalk while jogging from Busch campus in Piscataway. She was jogging along the John A. Lynch Sr. Memorial Bridge that brings Route 18 over the Raritan River, to Buccleuch Park in New Brunswick, according to an article by New Jersey Law Journal.
The recent crime committed by a fake rideshare driver in South Carolina was horrifying and heartbreaking. While no words can alleviate the pain felt by the Josephson family, Uber is committed to continuing to take action to help make our communities safer.
Approximately 94,000 people attended the 11th annual Rutgers Day this past Saturday, an event that provides visitors the opportunity to learn about all the aspects of the University, according to Rutgers Today.
Rutgers–New Brunswick faced some torrential rainfall on Friday, and the band Young the Giant certainly brought the thunder. This semester’s Beats on the Banks headliner dazzled its audience with its amalgamation of evocative alternative rock and indie pop music. Come April 26, the quintet took to the stage at the College Avenue Gymnasium, hosted by Rutgers University Programming Association (RUPA) to perform songs off their latest album, “Mirror Master,” as well as their greatest hits, like the poignant “Cough Syrup.”
The Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) passed a resolution to support The Daily Targum for its 2019 Referendum.
Approximately 30% of the student population in New Brunswick appeal for financial aid, said Brian Berry, the director of the Office of Financial Aid.
The Rutgers men's lacrosse team concluded its regular season in nail-biting fashion last Saturday, falling 14-13 against No. 1 Penn State in University Park, Pennsylvania. Although the game ended in defeat, it was another demonstration of how capable the team is of competing with the elite teams in college lacrosse.
On Saturday, May 4 at 4:30 p.m., the second annual Into the Light 5K will take place at 50 Biel Rd on Cook campus. The 5K run/walk is for mental health awareness and offers free registration to any who would like to participate, according to fliers.
In the familiar waters of Ohio, senior Sarah Johanek took the stroke seat for a cornerstone moment in the history of Rutgers rowing. At the Big Ten Double Dual in Columbus Ohio, Johanek and the Scarlet Knights took the water at the Griggs Reservoir, rowing with a purpose as they found themselves at the highest peak of competition the program has ever seen.
The Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ) has been awarded a $15.1 million grant as part of its redesign efforts, according to an article on its website.