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Stephen Bruner, the bassist and producer known as Thundercat, has spent the past few years making an impact in the music industry. In 2015, his production and solos were all over Kendrick Lamar’s “To Pimp a Butterfly,” which is widely seen as the greatest rap album of all time. His 2017 album, “Drunk,” still sounds just as unique as the first time you hear it.
Since its release, just two weeks ago, "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness" has been all the rage. From celebrities praising the docuseries to the countless memes and TikToks made in its honor, you can say "Tiger King" has come second to the global pandemic in terms of national recognition.
Rutgers began holding classes online two weeks ago due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, requiring faculty members to quickly adapt their syllabi to fit a digital format.
In light of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, Rutgers' Ready to Run program has begun launching a series of webinars in place of its yearly conference.
Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, founder and CEO of MuslimGirl and a Rutgers alumna, is running for Congress to represent New Jersey’s 6th Congressional District. She is challenging incumbent Rep. Frank Pallone (D-N.J.) in the primary election on June 2.
After a regular season that saw him compile a 26-10 record, true freshman 133-pounder Sammy Alvarez was able to claim the 10th seed at the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships before the event was canceled due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) reported 3,489 new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in New Jersey with 182 additional deaths at today’s press conference. This brings the statewide total to 25,590 cases with 537 deaths.
The New Brunswick City Council held a remote meeting last night and passed an ordinance to adopt a healthcare and research pavilion redevelopment plan regarding the expansion of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital’s (RWJUH) Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey.
Working and taking classes from the comfort of your own home sounds like a win for everyone, but it can be hard to find the motivation to do work and be productive when you have the luxury of doing that work on your couch in your pajamas, with a cup of coffee and Netflix on in the background. If you're struggling to find the motivation to be productive and your work is lacking there's a simple fix — getting dressed and ready for the day.
As we’re in the middle of a challenging time, podcasts are a great way to escape your own mind and listen in on a discussion that sparks your interest and curiosity. There are a number of great podcasts that I listen to, but one that I’ve been following religiously — I have no shame — is “The Betchelor” podcast, hosted by Derek Peth and Kay Brown. The podcast is based on “The Bachelor” franchise, and if you’re not well versed on the show here’s a rundown.
As we enter day "???" of quarantine, it might be fair to say that we’ve all come down with a serious case of cabin fever. Movies and TV shows allow a temporary escape from the monotony and mundanity of lockdown, but animated media in particular provides an even more engaging experience because, unlike their live-action counterparts, suspension of disbelief is much easier to achieve, and I think we could all use some disbelief in our current state.
In case anyone is still unaware, the U.S. — and the international community — is experiencing a bit of a health crisis.
As we discussed in our previous editorial, the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic is impacting different members of society in different ways. Last time, we looked at how both the pandemic and our attempts to fight it disproportionately impact people of color.
The number of deaths in the United States from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) rose past 4,000 as of yesterday, surpassing the total of deaths from 9/11, according to USA Today. In terms of government and media response, the current pandemic has many parallels with the events of September 11, 2001, said a Rutgers professor.
Rutgers University—New Brunswick Chancellor Christopher J. Molloy sent a University-wide email today to announce Dr. Laura Lawson as interim executive dean of the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences as well as interim executive director of the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station (NJAES) beginning July 1.
During today’s press conference, Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) announced 3,649 new positive coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in New Jersey with 91 additional deaths. This brings the statewide total to 22,255 cases with 355 deaths.
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has halted all methods of traditional instruction, forcing millions of students to receive the remainder of their education for the school year under virtual conditions.
Stuck at home, in the midst of a global pandemic, I’ve found the time to rewatch movies and TV shows from all the way back in middle school. One movie was "Catching Fire," part two of The Hunger Games series, and there’s a certain scene where one character, Beetee, turns to Katniss and says, “There’s always a flaw in the system."
The United States has been waging a war in Afghanistan for more than 18 years.
There is an old quote about hard times having a funny way of teaching us the most valuable lessons. In a matter of two weeks, life as we knew it feels like a distant memory. The person you were at the being of this quarantine certainly won't be the person you are by the end. With a lot more time in the house, it's allowed me to self-reflect. Although it is hard to see right now, coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has a few unexpected silver linings.