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Democracy is a system by the people, for the people. It is a message that has been passed on by generations, but unfortunately due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), democracy has been called into question as voters grapple with weighing the value of their ballot and their lives, fearful of possibly catching COVID-19.
With platforms like Netflix Party, Discord and Zoom enabling friends and family to get together for films and fetes, a large number of people are virtually getting together for fun movie marathons.
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has jeopardized one of America’s favorite hobbies: shopping. Now that people are scarcely at malls and shopping outlets, there have been a surge in online orders. The United States has experienced a 56 percent increase in online orders year-over-year from March 22 to April 4.
Monica Mazurek, associate professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, has worked in her field for more than 30 years. She spoke on the air quality amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
As head football coach Greg Schiano puts together the final touches on his 2021 recruiting class, he has gotten a number of three-star recruits committed to the Rutgers football program. After securing four new players in early February, Schiano has worked on getting the Scarlet Knights back to their mid-2000s form.
At a press conference today, Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) reported 3,528 new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in New Jersey with an additional 177 deaths. This brings the statewide total to 88,806 cases with 4,377 deaths.
When Sen. Bernie Sanders's (I-Vt.) announced the suspension of his presidential campaign last week, it was met with an uproar from Generation Z.
Rutgers physicians at University Hospital in Newark are calling for blood donations from coronavirus disease (COVID-19) survivors in an effort to treat current patients, according to a press release.
After a high school eligibility fight and one season on the Rutgers women’s basketball team, former Scarlet Knights true freshman center Maori Davenport has found her home at Georgia.
You're sitting at home with nothing to do, so you decide to check Netflix. You don’t want anything too dramatic, too scary, too sad or too psychological. What do you decide to watch? “Kim’s Convenience.” Here’s why.
The Strokes are back with its first album in seven years, finding its way back onto the radar of rock fanatics everywhere with its return to form, "The New Abnormal."
Choice overload is a cognitive process in which people begin to have a strenuous time-making decision since they have so many options. Similar to the modern day swipe left/right addiction, choice overload is a dangerous function that blurs our ability to see clearly and think comprehensively when forming final decisions.
We like to think that we live in the 21st century. Yet this April, 5G towers have been set ablaze across the United Kingdom like it is 1672 and the phone masts are single property owning women in Salem, Massachusetts.
With stay-at-home orders issued in response to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, people have increasingly turned to online gaming. The ability to bring people together through collaboration toward a common goal makes video games effective for fighting the psychological effects of isolation, said Rutgers Esports Center Director Michael Fay in a press release.
Rutgers University researchers developed a saliva test for the coronavirus, which experts say is a significant step forward toward quicker and more efficient testing, according to the University’s website.
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) announced 3,915 new cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in New Jersey and 132 additional deaths, bringing the statewide total to 85,301 cases and 4,202 deaths as of today, according to a tweet.
Thomas Prusa, professor in the Department of Economics, spoke on April 16 about the short and long-term impacts of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on the economy in "The Long and Short of It: The Economic Impact of the Coronavirus.” The talk was part of the Scarlet Speakers in the Heart of Your Home virtual series.
Alright ... so one question remains: Why might students be asking for extensions during this time, if we’re all under social distancing and quarantine?
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has canceled in-person spring semester classes for students around the world, and students were forced to abruptly move out of their university housing and transition to online classes.
I was sitting around my house (the only legally permitted thing to do these days) racking my brain for a topic to write about.