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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.
Throughout history, politics have always in some ways paralleled sports. The sweet feeling of victory, the sting of defeat, strategy and competition amalgamate to form an emotional roller coaster of sorts — intensely familiar to followers of both baseball season and campaign season.
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.
Ghislaine Darden, assistant vice president of Strategic Services, has an unusual passion: sewing historical clothing.
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.
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.
The Rutgers men's lacrosse team came into Saturday’s Senior Day clash against Michigan in a difficult position. While it had shown flashes of greatness in its previous two matchups against Maryland and Johns Hopkins, it couldn’t figure out a way to put together a complete game and get a second win.
It’s the end of the road for the Rutgers tennis team. Dropping both of their matches against Indiana and Purdue with a 5-2 score, the Scarlet Knights (9-12, 1-10) are out of the Big Ten Tournament. This weekend marks the completion of Rutgers' 2018-2019 season, finishing the spring with one conference win against Nebraska.
After explaining a complicated romantic situation to a close friend that I had chosen to brush off, I was warned that my kindness was being taken for weakness.
On Thursday evening, Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) held a town hall with Ben Sifuentes-Jáuregui, the vice chancellor of Undergraduate Academic Affairs.
The state of this nation is intertwined with the state of unions. Societal progress is won and lost by the unions of America. As Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. stated in an address to the Illinois American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), “The labor movement was the principal force that transformed misery and despair into hope and progress.”
Rutgers spent $102.5 million on athletics in 2017-2018, running a deficit of $29.98 million, which was made up by $15.18 million in support from the University’s operating budget, $11.89 million in student fees and $2.9 million in direct state or government support, according to an article by NJ Advance Media.
A new program presented Wednesday night will allow high school students from Franklin High School, located in Somerset, to earn 10 credits from Rutgers by the time they graduate, according to TAP Into.
Fundraising events in restaurants such as Panera Bread on College Avenue and Chipotle on George Street offer student organizations the opportunity to grow their finances, extend their outreach and generate buzz for the businesses involved.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently published a study concerning the prevalence and characteristics of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) among children aged 4 to the end of their adolescence, which increased approximately 40% from 2010 to 2014.
As the devastating structure fire destroyed the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris on April 15, people all over the world mourned the loss of the beautiful historic structure. Multiple generous donations have flooded in to help restore the cathedral, reflecting the importance and significance that the structure held for many.
When the season began on the first weekend in February, the Rutgers men's lacrosse team only had one thing on its mind: finish in the top four and qualify for the Big Ten Tournament on home turf at HighPoint.com Stadium.
Next semester, Rutgers School of Communication and Information will be adding another notable name to its list of full-time professors. Mark Beal, a part-time lecturer in the Department of Communication and known for his “101 Lessons” books, will be teaching full-time next semester.
With more shows on television than any other point in history, it can be hard to decipher the good from the bad. An ever-growing number of streaming platforms featuring premium shows, when combined with cable networks, makes for a crowded TV schedule. To help catch up, here’s a breakdown of some notable new shows and returns for the binger in us all.
Social media helps us saturate the internet, documenting and curating our memories. But documentation is not always innocent in nature, and can take its toll on the minds of young people.