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Rutgers administrators, top professors given $5.5 M. in 'incentive pay'

(04/24/19 4:00am)

Rutgers gave more than $5.5 million in “incentive pay” to approximately 700 top administrators and professors last year. The “at-risk” or “incentive pay” method for distributing payments based on their job performance is added on to their base salaries, according to an article by NJ Advance Media.






Explaining the Met Gala's theme, 'Camp: Notes on Fashion'

(04/24/19 4:00am)

Every year, the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Met) hosts one of the most acclaimed events in pop culture: the Met Gala. In an effort to commemorate the grand opening of the Costume Institute’s annual fashion exhibit, the banquet takes place in the museum itself. Musical luminaries and Hollywood big-names are invited to participate in an evening in which they can show off their unique style while donating money in support of art. 



Partnership with Supply Chain Management Association gives opportunities to RBS graduates

(04/23/19 4:00am)

Yesterday, Rutgers announced its partnership with the Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA) to allow graduates from Rutgers Business School who earned an MBA in supply chain management to have an advanced standing for a professional designation within SCMA, according to Return on Information-New Jersey.



Rutgers faculty reveals possible risks of high intensity interval training

(04/23/19 4:00am)

Though fitness trends come and go, researchers at Rutgers are hoping to test their effects, both short and long-term. One type of exercise that has been trending is high intensity interval training (HIIT). Its popularity has been soaring in recent years, with articles from Shape and Time Magazine praising its benefits.



Molloy issues apology to PTLs for previous 'supply and demand' comment

(04/23/19 4:00am)

Chancellor Christopher J. Molloy has provided to The Daily Targum an apology to part-time lecturers (PTLs) for his previous comments, where he said: “If (PTLs) don’t want to do this, they need to get another job. There are probably other people who can fill the role, so it’s sort of like supply and demand," at a town hall the Targum reported on earlier this semester. 


ARZONICO: There is beauty in organizing closets as KonMari Method provides clarity to life

(04/23/19 10:30pm)

We have all been there. A closet full of clothes but nothing to wear. No matter how many tops, bottoms, jackets and shoes you have, it can often be difficult to see past the clutter in your closet. Enter Marie Kondo, the Japanese super-organizer and creator of the KonMari Method of organizing your life. 



SINGH: We must confront dangerous vaccination misinformation

(04/23/19 10:31pm)

It has been confirmed that the United States has hit the second-highest level of measles cases in 25 years. This year alone holds 626 cases, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which is an astounding 71-case increase from the numbers the agency reported last week in its weekly update. Since January, the number of reported measles cases has increased every week, with the lowest being seven cases in January, and the highest being 90 in the week of April 11. 



Caribbean Day keeps West Indian culture on campus

(04/23/19 4:00am)

Growing up nearby in Franklin Township, I’ve been around Rutgers all my life. Of course I attended a football game here or there, and like any kid living close enough, have a few Rutgers t-shirts that mysteriously appeared in my closet by way of giveaways and community outreach from the University. My understanding of Rutgers was vague in many ways, but there was an event that I would continually hear about: Caribbean Day. 


On mass culture: Number of omnipresent shows dwindle

(04/23/19 4:00am)

The monoculture is dead, or maybe it never even existed. Of course, I'm referring to the perception that even though we are all individuals, we all experience the same culture. This system is of a bygone era, before the internet created the niches we all live in. Back when television had three channels, when the radio was the best way to listen to music, when movies sold out — not only for the Avengers — and everyone seemed to be on the same page.