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Rep. Chris Smith (R-N.J.) has authored a bill to require all rideshare vehicles to have a Quick Response (QR) code on both back passenger doors so riders can check to see that the car has the correct driver, according to a U.S. House of Representatives press release.
Calling films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) despicable or equating them to theme parks is a pretentious move in a society that adores the MCU and all of its beloved characters.
Before the Rutgers men’s basketball team tips off against Bryant, a member of the Northeast Conference, it will have already sold out one game this season.
The picture is very clear that media and social media impact mental health, but is it all that it seems to be? We see every day the negative impact that social media has on teenagers and young adults, but what about actual media?
Recently, Ellen DeGeneres was seen hanging out with former President George W. Bush at a Dallas Cowboys football game. After video footage was released to the internet of their laughing and chatting, an onslaught of criticism of the beloved television presenter ensued.
If you enjoyed seeing what your friends are liking on Instagram from day to day and the comments people are leaving on Jennifer Aniston’s posts, say goodbye to this privilege.
In recent weeks, various religious buildings and street corners on the College Avenue campus have been vandalized with the phrase “incest baby” in pink spray paint.
The Starbucks truck is a staple of the Rutgers University—New Brunswick campus. On any campus, the truck always attracts a long line of students.
As the Rutgers gymnastics team prepares for its second season under head coach Umme Salim-Beasley, the Scarlet Knights chose two seniors, Shannon Farrell and Kaitlyn Hall, to be captains for the 2019-2020 season.
With only the four championship races left on its schedule, the Rutgers men's cross country team has begun to step closer to some goals it set out at the onset of the season.
The Rutgers baseball team had a 2019 regular season that was unanticipated to most, to say the absolute least.
The New York Times columnist and women’s historian Gail Collins spoke at Trayes Hall on Tuesday night, chronicling the saga of women’s equality in America, from Martha Washington, the former first lady of the United States, to her own personal anecdotes in the newsroom of The New York Times.
Samantha Power was an idealist, according to the title of her memoir, “The Education of an Idealist: A Memoir.”
“Say Deepavalli. It is not Diwali, it is Deepavalli.”
A Rutgers University—New Brunswick student died last week, according to a University-wide email.
Last Tuesday, 12 Democratic hopefuls took the stage in the fourth Democratic presidential debate. Among many issues, they discussed the opioid epidemic.
Media companies and those in power have used the internet, the news cycle and their print platforms to further their own personal and political agendas over preserving the integrity of information and the truth, time after time.
It was my fourth time at John F. Kennedy (JFK) International Airport when I waved goodbye to my family before turning my back on them to face the security check. There were three other instances previously in which I departed from the airport to travel to South Korea, but my family members had always been by my side.
It truly is frightening how cruel humans can be when given the green — no, yellow — light to do so.
Researchers from the Rutgers School of Public Health have been studying the health risks of chemicals found in personal care products like soap and lotion, according to a recent press release.