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Considering the United States’ track record of conflicting decisions, that a day devoted exclusively to steep discounts and unbridled shopping commences the moment the clock strikes midnight after a day intended to offer thanks for existing blessings is actually not so ironic.
Rutgers Associate Professor Whitney Strub has recently shared his thoughts on socialism’s future in New Jersey.
It is hardly a controversial statement to note that, in the present, political consciousness has been massively on the rise.
For much of the last decade, the Uighur people of Xinjiang have been subject to discriminatory surveillance, oppression, internment and many other forms of state-sponsored abuse at the hands of Chinese President Xi Jinping and Xinjiang party leader Chen Quanguo.
It was love at first sight.
Workers' unions really are not a partisan issue, and there is no reason anybody — aside from the uber-rich — should be opposed to their existence, assuming the union in question is operating with integrity.
We are constantly searching for words.
India is one of the most dangerous countries for a woman to live in.
A few weeks ago, I was checking LinkedIn, and I noticed that a friend from high school had accepted a job at McKinsey & Company, better known as McKinsey.
The front page of The Daily Targum from Nov. 20 hailed the availability of JUST Egg, an egg substitute made from mung beans, in the dining halls.
In my last column, I discussed my Libertarian views.
With the announcement of Greg Schiano's return as the Rutgers head football coach — a position he held from 2001 until 2011 — the Department of Athletics has taken a step to rekindle some of the former glory that the football team bestowed upon the University during Schiano’s first term here.
As Thanksgiving passes and the new year approaches, let us not roll our eyes at the commercialism of it all. Let us not scoff at the idea of joy to the world, of the peace, of the most wonderful time of the year.
The reason you are reading this is Greg Schiano.