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Rutgers program gives students glimpse of Wall Street

(03/28/19 3:12am)

Rutgers’ Road to Wall Street program gives rising sophomores an opportunity to give students a chance to experience the world of Wall Street as well as a glimpse into some of the most elite positions in financing, said Kenneth Freeman, an adjunct professor in the Department of Finance and director of the Road to Wall Street program at Rutgers Business School.

HITCHINGS: Rutgers wrestling success emboldens all of U., athletic department’s future

(03/28/19 4:00am)

Saturday evening in Pittsburgh, one of the most notable events in Rutgers Athletics history took place as wrestlers Nick Suriano and Anthony Ashnault both stood atop their respective weight classes as the best in the NCAA. The wins are the first in wrestling for the school but have a much larger impact on the program than just two trophies in a case. 

After 200 years, Walt Whitman's impact is still evident

(03/27/19 4:00am)

Arguably one of America’s most influential and innovative poets, Walt Whitman was surely ahead of his time. Written approximately 150 years ago, Whitman’s words continue to excite and liberate us as they offer insights into humanity, sexuality and personal freedom that will forever be timeless. In honor of the bicentennial of the poet’s birth, the Special Collections and University Archives at Rutgers University–New Brunswick Libraries presented its “Poet of the Future” exhibition on Tuesday. 

Celebrating humanity's shared artistic tradition: Theatre

(03/27/19 4:00am)

In May 1964, playwright, author and activist Lorraine Hansberry gave a speech to the winners of a creative writing contest hosted by Reader’s Digest and the United Negro College Fund (UNCF). Included in her remarks was this illuminating quote: “Write if you will: But write about the world as it is and as you think it ought to be and must be — if there is to be a world. Write about all the things that men have written about since the beginning of writing and talking — but write to a point. Work hard at it, care about it. Write about our people: Tell their story. You have something glorious to draw on begging for attention. Don’t pass it up.” 

Eagleton hosts event promoting free speech on college campuses

(03/27/19 3:21am)

The Eagleton Institute of Politics Center for Youth Political Participation held the event "Pizza and Politics: Fostering Civil Dialogue on Campus" yesterday. It was headlined by Nancy Thomas, the director of Institute for Democracy & Higher Education (IDHE) at Tufts University, and Elizabeth Matto, the director of Eagleton's Center for Youth Political Participation (CYPP).

MEJIA: End of Women’s History Month should not stop discourse

(03/27/19 4:00am)

March has been a month to celebrate notable women leaders, our own personal heroines and even women in our families. The whole purpose of this month is to celebrate the vital role women have had in forming history. This is the time to reflect upon our women leaders and the silent operators that do not get recognition for their hand at making a difference.