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After writing dozens of articles for this newspaper over the last three years, this will be my final column. I have written about everything from the pressing need for municipal zoning reform in major cities to how we can talk to each other about politics constructively. I am, of course, flushed with nostalgia for the memories I have made here at Rutgers and the many friends I will leave behind.
We have all heard the same tips for falling asleep from our doctors — decrease technology use before bed, do not consume sugary drinks at night and try to exercise during the day so you tire yourself out. For those of us that suffer from a little more extreme cases of insomnia, we know it takes a few further steps than a couple of nighttime hacks to fall asleep and stay asleep throughout the night.
We are finally at the eagerly anticipated period of the academic year when it looks like and feels like springtime. No longer are we scurrying in and out of our rooms, off and on buses, avoiding any extra time out of the comfort of our living spaces because it is just too cold to be out and about doing anything aside from going to class and getting food.
On August 27, Joseph Hughes, a Camden resident and former inmate, will have completed his first year as a peer health navigator for the Intensive Recovery Treatment Support (IRTS) Program.
After a 7:19.4 first-place finish at this past weekend’s quad meet in Princeton, the Rutgers rowing team’s Varsity 4 boat led by senior Mackenzie George was named Big Ten Boat of the Week on Tuesday.
The Notre-Dame Cathedral, an example of Gothic architecture built in France in the 12th century and the tallest church built at the time, holds layers of history that are incorporated into its structure, said Laura Weigert, the director of Medieval Studies at Rutgers.
Dr. Enobong Branch will become the Rutgers—New Brunswick vice chancellor for Diversity, Inclusion and Community Engagement and professor in the Department of Sociology in August 2019, said Chancellor Christopher J. Molloy in a University-wide email.
As “Avengers: Endgame” shatters the box office with a record billion dollars grossed within just five days of its release, what better way to celebrate the end of the semester than rampant spoilers swarming our social media feed?
Kaitlin Bennett, the Kent State “Gun Girl” who became famous on social media for an open-carry demonstration, came to Rutgers University—New Brunswick on Monday to interview students on student debt for InfoWars, she said to The Daily Targum.
Last week I was part of my first rally, which as most of you know, was for the lack of equal pay for Rutgers professors on all campuses, low wages, scheduling restrictions, inequality based on gender and a lack of diversity among hired professors. Luckily, the professors have reached an agreement as of right now, but the same cannot be said for multiple facets of the University, such as the teaching assistants, part-time lecturers (PTLs) and graduate students who make up approximately 30% of the professors that teach the students.
When we do business with a corporation, the old adage “you get what you pay for” is an accurate description of our transactions with that corporation. It is very clear that for some time, Rutgers has been moving toward a corporate model at a pace that has accelerated significantly in the last five years. So, it is not surprising that our students, who are paying more and more every year for what Rutgers provides, cannot understand why they are getting less and less.
The Rutgers men’s and women’s track and field teams head to Iowa City, Iowa for the Big Ten Championships, where some Scarlet Knights will make an appearance. This season, there have been monumental finishes, school records broken and personal records being made by both teams.
Following last Saturday’s heartbreaking loss to No. 1 Penn State, the regular season has officially come to an end. The Rutgers men's lacrosse team was bolstered by its talent on both ends of the field, but were plagued by inconsistency and an inability to win faceoffs.
In its 150-year history as one of the oldest collegiate football programs, the Rutgers football team has consistently produced NFL players on the defensive side of the ball, particularly the secondary.
The Rutgers softball team was unable to win the series against Indiana over the weekend, but did clinch the final game on Sunday afternoon for a 5-2 win to close out Game Three. Going into last weekend, the Scarlet Knights (25-22, 9-11) won 7 of the last 8 games and have now put that stat to 8 of 10.
This past weekend, the Rutgers women’s track and field team raced at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia. There, the Scarlet Knights earned school records and personal records.
The Rutgers rowing team took its latest national ranking down Route One this weekend and stroked its way to 3 out of 6 event wins at Princeton’s Lake Carnegie.
“My words of ‘never again’ have disappeared from my language,” said Tree of Life Rabbi Jeffrey Myers on Saturday. “They have been replaced with ‘yet again.’ And so it is that we stand here yet again at this (vigil) as one united community.”
President Donald J. Trump again reignited the debate over Confederate memorials in recent days in a somewhat vain defense of his own words following the white supremecist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. But, there has been another monument debate brewing in the world of sports.
Senior defensive backs Blessuan Austin and Saquan Hampton are moving up to the highest level of football. The two individuals on the Rutgers football team were picked in the NFL Draft by the New York Jets and the New Orleans Saints, respectively, last Saturday in Nashville.