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Having played its first three games on the road, Marist hoped home field advantage would help turn around its start to the season, but a 17-7 slashing by the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team helped the Scarlet Knights (4-0) continue their undefeated start.
This past Sunday afternoon, the Rutgers men’s basketball team's co-captain, junior guard Geo Baker, achieved a career milestone. After putting up 16 points in a loss against Wisconsin, Baker surpassed the 1,000-point mark for his collegiate career. The Scarlet Knights' (18-10, 9-8) guard averages 10.7 points per game (PPG) this year and 11.3 PPG over the span of his career. Baker is the 44th player in Rutgers history to reach the 1,000 point milestone.
Shawna V. Hudson, professor and research division chief in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (RWJMS), has been selected to serve as a member of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicines Committee on Implementing High Quality Primary Care.
The Rutgers wrestling team concluded its 13th season with head coach Scott Goodale at the helm, last Sunday in Princeton. The No. 25 Scarlet Knights (10-7, 4-5) won five bouts against the No. 14 Tigers (9-4, 5-0), but Princeton came away with an 18-15 victory.
With noted predator Harvey Weinstein found guilty on two charges, the #MeToo movement has found itself a landmark moment, as Weinstein, along with perhaps only Bill Cosby, was one of the most reviled perpetrators of the sex crimes that surfaced.
Rutgers University—New Brunswick is one of the top ATI schools, according to a report from the American Talent Initiative (ATI), a program designed to admit 50,000 low- and middle-income students at successful colleges by 2025.
The internet has had a resurgence of dance crazes and trendy topics taking the world of pop culture by storm. Viral videos such as the Harlem Shake, the whip and Nae Nae dance and the Mannequin Challenge are all dances powered by the accessibility of the internet. Ease of use and relatability encourage other people to follow the trend until it reaches a peak and eventually loses steam.
With the national marriage rates declining every year, there are constant debates as to why.
Jonathan Moreno, a University of Pennsylvania professor, discussed the topic of gene editing and bioethics as part of the Science and Politics Workshop on Feb. 21. The event was hosted by the Eagleton Institute of Politics.
The Rutgers University Endowment Justice Collective (EJC) submitted a 10-page report to the Joint Committee on Investments (JCOI) earlier this month that details why they feel the University should divest in various industries.
The Rutgers tennis team showed who's on top in New Jersey this past weekend against Seton Hall. Competing at the East Brunswick Racquet Club, the Scarlet Knights (7-2, 0-1) quickly swept the Pirates (1-8, 0-1) 7-0 on Friday.
The Rutgers men’s basketball team lost its second game in a row in its defeat to Wisconsin. The Scarlet Knights (18-10, 9-8) came up short against the Badgers (17-10, 10-6) by a final score of 79-71. Despite the loss, junior guard and team co-captain Geo Baker surpassed the 1000-point mark Sunday afternoon.
According to information from the New Jersey Poison and Information Education System (NJPIES), there has been an increase in problems arising from over-the-counter (OTC) medication this season.
Prior to the start of the Rutgers wrestling team’s final dual meet of the season at Princeton’s Jadwin Gymnasium, the home team recognized eight seniors. Joined along with their parents, the seniors took in the scene of a packed lower bowl of the Ivy League school’s men’s basketball arena.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team has 19 total wins on the season. One more would all but assure the Scarlet Knights (19-8, 9-6) a spot in the NCAA Tournament. In order for them to secure it over their next two games against Wisconsin and Iowa, here’s what needs to happen:
Dr. Shahid Aziz, a professor at the Rutgers School of Dental Medicine, has been examining cases of World War I soldiers who returned home with disfiguring facial injuries, according to an article on Rutgers Today.
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) announced on Saturday that he will undergo surgery in March to remove a tumor on his kidney that is 90 percent likely to be cancerous, according to an article on NJ Advance Media.
Reverend Wheeler Parker Jr., the cousin of Emmett Till and one of the last people to see him before his death, spoke about his experiences on Thursday night at the New Brunswick Theological Seminary. The event was hosted by the Department of American Studies with the help of the Department of History, the Program in Criminal Justice, Africana studies, Douglass Residential College and the Paul Robeson Cultural Center.
The Rutgers men’s basketball team suffered another road defeat at Wisconsin yesterday, falling 79-71 at the Kohl Center. The Scarlet Knights (18-10, 9-8) couldn’t contain the Badgers’ (17-10, 10-6) offensive attack, allowing Wisconsin to shoot 11 of 22 from three-point range. The Badgers also shot 20 of 26 (76.9 percent) from the free throw line in comparison to Rutgers' 7 of 10 mark.
Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced on Nov. 7, 2019, that he was taking steps to enter the Democratic nominee race. For the majority of America, especially those living on Twitter and the meme-o-sphere, this news did not matter.