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The American Association of University Professors – Biomedical and Health Sciences of New Jersey (AAUP-BHSNJ) spoke out against Rutgers’ administration officials for hiring football head coach Greg Schiano. The union has been unable to reach a new contract with the University after more than a year and a half of negotiations, according to a press release from the AAUP-BHSNJ.
Rutgers researchers have released a study that found those getting treated for opioid addiction were more likely to relapse if they were more tolerant of risky behaviors and situations, according to a University press release.
For much of the last decade, the Uighur people of Xinjiang have been subject to discriminatory surveillance, oppression, internment and many other forms of state-sponsored abuse at the hands of Chinese President Xi Jinping and Xinjiang party leader Chen Quanguo.
American retailer Victoria’s Secret and its heavenly, winged Angels have long been lauded for presenting and marketing lingerie in a unique way, particularly through its annual televised Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show on CBS.
The Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) received a report of a suspicious package on Thursday Dec. 6, at approximately 10:18 p.m. in the area of the Buell Apartments, said University Spokesperson Neal Buccino.
The Rutgers University Cabaret Theatre presented “Next to Normal” between the evenings Dec. 5 to Dec. 8, where Rutgers students showcased their theatrical talents through remarkable acting, singing and sound/artistic directing.
After starting the season off strong, the Rutgers men's basketball team has a tough stretch coming up.
The Rutgers wrestling team's start to its 2019-20 Big Ten dual season couldn't have gone any better than what 5,405 fans saw on display at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC). The Scarlet Knights (6-0, 1-0) captured seven individual wins en route to a 28-11 win over Maryland on Saturday night.
Even after the conclusion of the introductory press conference of new football head coach Greg Schiano, the question of how exactly the Rutgers football team was going to attract top-ranked prospects from around the country was still left lingering in the minds of those seeking a solution to the very important issue for the Scarlet Knights (2-10, 0-9).
It was love at first sight.
Workers' unions really are not a partisan issue, and there is no reason anybody — aside from the uber-rich — should be opposed to their existence, assuming the union in question is operating with integrity.
An automated way to create polymers using robotics and custom software was developed by a team of Rutgers-led researchers, according to an article on Rutgers Today.
An event geared toward advising women and veterans in the field of urban farming was held on Dec. 3, on Douglass campus, as the first part of a workshop series called “Annie’s Project: Farming in New Jersey’s Cities and the Urban Fringe.”
Douglass Residential College (DRC) has raised more than $15 million through its fundraising campaign "The Power of the 100 Years," according to an article on Rutgers Today.
A joint investment of $45 million will aid a Rutgers-led team in developing medical breakthroughs for New Jersey patients faster through the New Jersey Alliance for Clinical and Translational Science (NJ ACTS).
We are constantly searching for words.
Hip-hop’s current infiltration into the fashion world is one that is used to scandal, change and politics. Of course, Kanye’s many years spent as the prodigal son lost in the wilderness has garnered more attention than almost any artist this year.
I’d like to say that in 2015, everyone was hooking up with each other due to some sappy reason, but the truth is, the internet made us do it. That’s right, we’re transporting you back to 2015 — the era of “Netflix and chill.”
With winter break rapidly approaching, the Rutgers men's basketball team will have three recruits going into the new year.
The Rutgers men’s basketball team lost its second road game of the season on Tuesday night, falling to Pitt in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge at the Petersen Events Center. Although sophomore guard Ron Harper Jr. and sophomore center Myles Johnson each recorded double-doubles, the Scarlet Knights (6-2) could not maintain a lead against the Panthers (7-2).