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Rutgers' Sanders shows development on court after missing 2018-19 season

(02/13/20 6:31am)

Junior guard Arella Guirantes is leading the Rutgers women’s basketball team in points per game (PPG) and total blocks, while also averaging the second most rebounds per game (RPG) in the 22 contests she’s appeared in. In addition, Guirantes is averaging the most minutes per game on the team, playing 2.5 more than her teammate with the next-highest total.

Rutgers professor discusses bacterial resistance

(02/12/20 5:00am)

Dr. Maria Gloria Dominguez-Bello, a professor and researcher in the Rutgers Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology, is an expert in the field of the human microbiome. She said her research is focused on early life assembly of the microbiome and the effects of early use of antibiotics on development and the microbiome. She also studies the differences between the microbiome in traditional people and urban people. 

Taylor Swift reveals all in new Netflix documentary

(02/12/20 5:00am)

Taylor Swift released her documentary “Miss Americana” on Netflix on Jan. 31, garnering buzz from fans and onlookers alike. The documentary spans from the past few years of her life, which was a very transformative period for Swift. She disappeared from the public eye, reprioritized her life and tackled a lot of issues — publicly and privately.

Jeff Bezos's parking tickets exposes carelessness of wealthy elite

(02/12/20 5:00am)

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has an interesting status in society as well as among entrepreneurs and executives. While his insurmountable wealth destroys any reliability he may have and his lifestyle is beyond what most people can accurately comprehend, it is almost comical to hear about him having to pay fines for anything as they don’t make a dent in his financial earnings or lifestyle. 

Former Rutgers union president to serve four years in prison for stealing union funds

(02/12/20 5:05am)

Former President and Treasurer of a Rutgers University union Shelby Hyman was sentenced to four years in prison on Monday, according to an article on My Central Jersey. She will also have to pay restitution for stealing $176,000 in union funds over a seven-year period. 

Rutgers introduces Corporate Purpose, Social Impact specialization

(02/12/20 5:02am)

A new specialization, focusing on corporate social responsibility (CSR) titled “Corporate Purpose and Social Impact,” has been recently introduced in Rutgers Master of Communication and Media program (MCM). This specialization was added in the Spring 2020 semester to educate School of Communication and Information students for CSR careers so they are at an advantage when applying for these competitive positions. 

Former Rutgers employee sues for exposure to hazardous chemicals

(02/12/20 5:07am)

Jacob Moskowitz, a former employee in the Rutgers Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, has filed a lawsuit against the University, saying he was knowingly exposed to hazardous chemicals, according to an article from NJ Advance Media. This exposure caused him to have two major seizures and to develop extreme anxiety.