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Member of Rutgers Department of Athletics faces formal complaints for racial discrimination, creating hostile work environment

(03/03/20 5:10am)

Michael Szul, Rutgers’ senior associate athletic director for finance, administration and planning, has faced two formal complaints for allegedly bullying employees, according to an article on NJ Advance Media.

Rutgers captures 21st win of year

(03/02/20 5:00am)

The Rutgers women’s basketball team secured a victory in its last regular season game, defeating Iowa 78-74 in overtime yesterday. The Scarlet Knights (21-8, 11-7) strengthened their case for a bid in the NCAA Tournament, as they defeated a ranked opponent for the first time this season in the Hawkeyes (23-6, 14-4), who sat at No. 18 in the AP Top 25 poll at the time of the game on Sunday.

Rutgers club hosts event discussing Supreme Court cases

(03/02/20 5:00am)

The Rutgers American Enterprise Institute (AEI) Club hosted an event at Alexander Library on Friday titled, “The 2020 Supreme Court Docket: A Discussion.” The event featured Adam White from the AEI and Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University as well as Professor Jo-Leo Carney-Waterton from the Rutgers Department of Political Science. 

Museum highlights Mexican Muralists' impact on U.S. art

(03/02/20 5:00am)

The Whitney Museum of American Art launched its much-anticipated exhibition “Vida Americana: Mexican Muralists Remake American Art, 1925-1945” on Feb. 17 to the public. This exhibition explores the impact of three Mexican muralists on American Art in the early 20th century, who were collectively known as “Los Tres Grandes” (The Big Three): José Clemente Orozco, Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros.