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For the past eight years I have been continuously bombarded — but in all truth I have bombarded myself out of sheer curiosity and a bit of philosophical masochism — with a hail of sociocultural conundrums regarding my existence as an immigrant in modern America.
It seems that every day there is a new headline about the imminent destruction of our planet.
Have you ever met someone who has an eager look on their face, a look that shows he is not listening to you when you are talking and is just waiting to talk over you? Yeah, do not be that person, at least if you want people to like and respect you.
Very much like Rutgers, social media is a breeding ground. Its ground is so fertile that conversation about the most unworthy of items can be reproduced frequently and in such an intoxicating fashion that naïve college seniors may find themselves actually craving a Popeyes chicken sandwich. Shamefully, this is my story.
With a laser-focused vision, the Rutgers women’s soccer team is on a mission. The Scarlet Knights (4-0) claimed their fourth consecutive win of the season at home in a 1-0 shutout against Providence.
The Rutgers women’s field hockey team has had a successful year so far against both No. 24 Maine (0-2) and Ball State. The No. 19 Scarlet Knights (2-0) were able to outlast these two teams, but it was a closer match against the Cardinals (1-1).
Rutgers scientists have developed a small research model that will help improve the understanding and treatment of lung-related illnesses like asthma. The technology, called a "bronchi-on-a-chip," mimics lung cells and can be used to test potential medications more efficiently than traditional animal or petri dish models.
It has been a long journey for sophomore running back Isaih Pacheco, but through it all, he never stopped moving his feet.
To kick off this upcoming academic school year, Rutgers has greeted the largest and most diverse incoming class in its history, with most of the approximate 7,100 students arriving on campus this past week for Welcome Week events, said Salvador Mena, vice chancellor of Student Affairs, in an interview with The Daily Targum.
Although staying in touch with friends and family may seem easier than ever in our media-driven world, some find it hard to actually keep up with people they haven’t seen in a while. Whether it’s class, work or everything in between, it can feel as though you’re way too busy to even send out a text.
Rutgers University will be shutting down all three on-campus student pharmacies sometime later this fall, said Melodee Lasky, assistant vice chancellor for Health & Wellness, in an interview with The Daily Targum.
Although Rutgers football won its first home game of the season against the University of Massachusetts a couple of weeks ago, it came at a price.
Before UMass, the last play sophomore defensive back Avery Young ever made on a Friday night delivered a championship to Coatesville Area Senior High School. Under the lights of the 2017 District 1 Class 6A final on a late November night in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania, Young broke a 28-point tie when he returned an interception 72 yards for the winning touchdown.
Former wide receiver Leonte Carroo stood on the sidelines adjacent to the Rutgers football team's bench watching the top wideout on the Scarlet Knights (1-0) tear up a UMass defense.
After three years hampered by injury, senior forward Brittany LaPlant is on a campaign to make up for lost time in her final season on the Rutgers women's soccer team. She made her first mark on that campaign with a shot that delivered the Scarlet Knights (3-0) a signature win in this early season as her game-winner in the 47th minute on Thursday night was all Rutgers needed to upset No. 11 Tennessee 1-0 at Yurcak Field.
The Jim McElderry era got underway in Philadelphia with a win tonight, as the Rutgers men's soccer team weathered a persistent Temple attack in the second half to defeat the Owls (0-1) 1-0 in the 2019 season opener.
Week one. A week with a unique aura in any football season. Every team has the same record, every player has the same stat line and every score is yet to go final. The predictions of beat writers and analysts across America are just that in week one, with a full season of opportunities ahead to be disproven. Can this year's Rutgers football team defy an entire off-season's worth of predictions? It starts in week one.
A contract with SHI International Corp netted the Rutgers Athletics Department more than $1 million in naming rights for this year, and social media made sure that Athletic Director Pat Hobbs earned every cent of it.
A New Jersey bill signed into law this summer will force colleges and universities within the Garden State to include information such as graduation rates, default rates and average monthly loan repayments paid over a 10-year period in award letters sent to admitted students.
It was business as usual for the Rutgers women's soccer team on a sunny afternoon at Yurcak Field, as the Scarlet Knights (2-0) dominated Fordham in a 5-0 rout to earn their second consecutive win.