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Ruth Mandel, voice for women in politics at Rutgers, dies at 81

(04/12/20 9:28pm)

Ruth Mandel, a Board of Governors professor of politics, died on Saturday from ovarian cancer, according to a University-wide email. She also founded and directed the Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP) at the Rutgers Eagleton Institute of Politics, as well as later serving as the institute’s director.

These resources can help students struggling during coronavirus pandemic

(04/13/20 4:00am)

With all the emails and the notifications being bombarded on students, it can be overwhelming to have to sort through all the material that is accessible in the Rutgers community. Students are more in need than ever of job, financial, living and food support. Here are some of the things that are available to students around or on campus at Rutgers.

‘Give ourselves grace’: Nutritionist Kaitlyn Eck on dieting during global pandemic

(04/13/20 4:00am)

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has completely changed life as we knew it, abruptly ending whatever routine college students had. Although social distancing, job insecurity and other concerns are rightly at the forefront of discussions about the virus, there are other issues at hand. One of the many — and less talked about — ways the coronavirus has disrupted our lifestyles is through our diet choices. 

These celebrities are pooling resources to help stop coronavirus

(04/10/20 4:00am)

Amid the global coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, many celebrities have pooled in their efforts to donate to hospitals and organizations. The United States has the highest number of reported cases in the world and panic has been at an all-time high, leaving many underprivileged groups in rough waters. Here are all the different ways celebrities have offered their assistance during this pandemic.

Whole Foods Market employees go on strike amid coronavirus

(04/10/20 4:00am)

Working conditions of Amazon and Whole Foods Market employees have again become the subject of media attention and controversy. Members of Whole Worker’s National Organizing Committee announced a strike on March 30 to protest against Amazon — which acquired Whole Foods Market in 2017 — largely due to its failure to provide Whole Foods Market workers with masks and paid sick leave as COVID-19 continues to spread.