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Rutgers alumnus discusses, performs poetry based on Southeast Asian heritage

(03/04/20 5:01am)

Purvi Shah, Rutgers alumna, poet and social justice activist, took the stage on March 3 at the Rutgers Student Center Multipurpose Room on the College Avenue campus and performed a poem with the help of dancers Aditi Dhruv and Kuldeep Singh. Kicking off this year’s Women’s History Month, Shah discussed the intersectionality of being a woman and Southeast-Asian.





BTS releases new album 'Map of the Soul: 7'

(03/03/20 5:00am)

In 2013, a group of seven boys: some singers, some dancers, some rappers and even one actor debuted as the group BTS. Now seven years later, these same seven members have released their studio album, “Map of the Soul: 7." Released on Feb. 21, this album references their long history together as seven members who took the world by storm. Showcasing both the group’s vocals together and how they have changed over time, this album is a promise to fans that they will continue to grow in the future.


Buttigieg drops out amid comments about homosexuality

(03/03/20 5:00am)

Last Monday, at a town hall event in South Carolina, former Democratic candidate Pete Buttigieg recalled a time in his life where he would have taken “a pill” to be straight rather than gay. The misinterpreted perception of his sexual orientation could pose the reason for the candidate’s withdrawal from the presidential race due to the varied reactions his comments incited. 











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.