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In 2018, the Rutgers football team’s offense suffered from excess turnovers and a lack of passing production. A true freshman quarterback and inconsistent options at wide-out anchored the inefficiency, but there was gleaming contributions by the running back core.
Her hijab was ripped from her head, torn from her and thrown to the ground. Her beliefs were the target of the attack, and her body and faith were the victims as she was beaten. Police have stated that a Muslim East Brunswick High School student was the victim of a biased attack and the assailant, another student, has been charged with “simple assault, harassment, cyber harassment and disorderly conduct.”
The oppressor never gives up his power, and in the case of slavery, he never truly did. In a criminal justice system where a Black man is six times more likely to be incarcerated than a white man, where underdeveloped communities have to remain underdeveloped for fear that they will be gentrified and where felony disenfranchisement extends a sentence far beyond being in prison, shackles have become handcuffs and the Constitution still remains merely a suggestion.
Rutgers broke ground on the $65 million Gary and Barbara Rodkin Academic Success Center that will serve approximately 650 student athletes at a ceremony on Saturday, promising top-notch academics for current and future Scarlet Knights.
Another weekend, another pair of Big Ten losses for the Rutgers tennis team this past weekend. The Scarlet Knights (9-10, 1-8) fell to No. 14 Michigan, 4-0, on Saturday and Michigan State, 5-2, on Sunday in a gritty set of matches that left Rutgers on the court for nearly three hours.
Last Friday, under sunny skies, hundreds of students and Rutgers alumni gathered at Voorhees Mall to celebrate Paul Robeson’s legacy and watch the unveiling of the Paul Robeson Plaza in his honor.
This past weekend, the Rutgers men’s and women’s track and field teams hosted the Metropolitan Championships at the Bauer Track and Field Complex. Friday and Saturday both served as days for the Scarlet Knights to show off their talents and ultimately take several titles at the conclusion of the meet.
Another day another controversy around the new batch of radical Leftist freshman members of Congress. This time a video reemerged in which Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) described 9/11 “as some people who did something.” Omar is no stranger to controversy, as she had repeatedly made comments labeled as anti-Semitic. This controversy grew when Omar’s comments were criticized by freshman Congressman Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas), The New York Post’s front page criticized her and President Donald J. Trump tweeted a video of her speech spliced over images of the 9/11 attack.
In a recent and extensive article from The Atlantic, experts in human behavior and sociology came to the conclusion that young people are having less sex compared to their baby boomer predecessors.
At 6:55 p.m. on Saturday, April 6, the online student platform Sakai went down due to server storage issues and was back up by 3:51 a.m. the following Sunday morning.
Two men were arrested Saturday morning and charged in the death of 36-year-old Lucas Reyes-Cardona, whose body was found in the basement of an abandoned residence on Welton Street on April 5, according to a Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office press release made public over the weekend.
On Monday evening the University of Virginia (UVA) Cavaliers summited the highest mountain in college sports by winning a national basketball championship at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. They bested 67 other teams in the March Madness tournament, which started in mid-March, last defeating the Texas Tech Red Raiders 85-77 in overtime to bring home their first National Championship. That is where this Virginia team’s story ends, but its beginning is over a year ago, at a college basketball team's lowest point, in the last year tournament’s opening round.
The economic reality of the common American family today is one of financial instability. One layoff and the house is foreclosed. One mistake and the chain of debt shackled to your ankle pulls you into the abyss. One misstep and you find yourself in a free fall. For the high school student working to help his family eat, the scholar with unemployed parents, the youth with parents who immigrated here and never attended college, the kid who feels walled in by familial debt, higher education seems like a remote, distant dream. But this nation must not allow this dream to be deferred.
On March 25, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) issued a directive ordering five chemical companies to funds the removal of certain PFAS chemicals contained in natural resources, such as drinking water.
A new Rutgers study found that aerobic exercises, such as walking programs, could help cancer survivors — specifically those who had breast cancer — fight against fatigue, stabilize their weight and decrease systemic inflammation.
Recently, a study found that 63% of college students believe that bribery happens at their university. It was done following the college admissions scandal in which parents used bribery to get their children accepted into various universities.
The Rutgers men's lacrosse team is gearing up for a must-win battle on Sunday, as it welcomes No. 3 Maryland to HighPoint.com Stadium in a game that could have postseason implications.
In its infancy, hip-hop originated as a creative outlet for the disenfranchised people of color living in the low-income neighborhoods of New York, and the genre continues to represent a culture that often reflects on socioeconomic and political realities of marginalized communities. Since its conception, the power and influence of hip-hop has garnered a legacy internationally, including in Latin America.
Aaron Ramos, a Mason Gross School of the Arts (MGSA) alumnus, is using his talents of dance and education to teach his Franklin Middle School students about important social issues and life lessons in a creative way.
On March 15, Brenton Tarrant, an Australian white supremacist, let loose on Christchurch and killed 50 Muslim worshippers and injured dozens of others. Besides being New Zealand’s most deadly mass shooting in its history, what makes it noteworthy is the method in which news of it was spread: through Facebook livestream.