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“Coronavirus, coronavirus, s--- is getting real,” Cardi B ranted in an Instagram video posted March 10 and, honestly, if you haven’t heard this rant at least once, then you probably aren’t just quarantined from the world but also from your internet. Since that video was posted, not only has it gone viral, but it also has inspired a Billboard-topping remix.
Rutgers University Cell and DNA Repository (RUCDR) Infinite Biologics launched a test for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and aims to test tens of thousands of samples daily using its infrastructure, according to a press release.
As the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak continues, questions have arisen on how people can maintain their mental and physical health during social distancing and self-isolation. Remaining active and productive is key for self-care, Rutgers University experts said.
College is usually a financial burden for anyone thinking of enrolling. Student debt is only getting higher, reaching approximately $1.6 trillion and rising. Now more than ever, since the Class of 2020 students are most likely graduating into a recession, students and parents are getting more concerned with students finding high-paying jobs and not graduating into crippling debt.
Day by day, more celebrities have been testing positive for coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Here are a few celebrities who've announced they contracted the virus, as of today:
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) reported an additional 2,196 cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and 69 deaths at a press conference today, bringing New Jersey’s total to 18,696 cases and 267 deaths.
In partnership with the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC), officials in Middlesex County are opening a drive-through coronavirus disease (COVID-19) testing site on Wednesday minutes away from Livingston Campus, according to a press release. The site will be located at the New Jersey MVC Kilmer Vehicle Inspection Center at 33 Kilmer Road in Edison.
You’re quarantined and cooped up in the house and someone — whether that be your mom, significant other or even your own reflection — is driving you nuts at this point.
As an art history major, the places where I feel most at peace are art museums. What I find most fascinating when I visit a museum are the visitors. Museum goers are all united by the common goal of learning. Everyone stares at the work on the walls and is in their own little mental bubbles, learning something new.
Every day I do this thing where I get up, walk 13 feet to my coffee maker across my house.
New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal and the Division of Consumer Affairs issued an Administrative Order yesterday, restricting the prescription and dispense disbursement of medications that may be a potential treatment for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), according to a press release. This was done to address concerns for a possible shortage of these medications.
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has done many things, one of which is proving that Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) has been right about everything.
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic continues to spread throughout the country, and all of us has felt its impact.
Although the Rutgers men's basketball team was denied its expected entry into the NCAA Tournament, fans were cut a break on Sunday when four-star prospect, 6-foot-10-inch center Cliff Omoruyi announced on Twitter that he was committing to play on the Banks. Omoruyi is one of the most noteworthy recruits for head coach Steve Pikiell and presents an opportunity for the Scarlet Knights to build off of one of their best seasons in years.
The most powerful players in the technology industry hold the internet (and your data) in the palm of their hands.
In an off-season that has left fans with no sports to watch, fans have instead been able to watch recruits flock to the Rutgers football team.
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) spoke at a press conference today and announced 3,347 new cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and 37 new deaths, bringing New Jersey’s total to 16,636 cases and 198 deaths.
The magic of Disney World cannot top the feeling of walking into an Ulta Beauty store or Sephora. You’re welcomed by store employees educating you on the most popular products on their shelves. We’ve all experienced taking a recommendation and being disappointed when we realized the product did not live up to the kind of praise it received.
Recently, Rutgers — alongside many universities — have shuttered operations for in-person classes and have transitioned online. The transition has been smooth within some majors, but not as smooth with others. I’ll be looking at the transition from in-person classes to online spaces by the hardest hit — Mason Gross School of the Arts students.
Julia Van Etten, a doctoral candidate in the Graduate Program in Ecology and Evolution, is currently working with NASA on a research project that investigates how red algae can help explain early life on Earth. Van Etten works closely with her advisor, Dr. Debashish Bhattacharya, distinguished professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology, and his team.