Police presence not enough for safety

We all knew what we were getting into when we decided to come to Rutgers. It’s a giant university that is sprawled across five separate campuses throughout New Brunswick and Piscataway — nothing like the ivy-covered walls of closed campuses with clearly defined borders like nearby Princeton or The College of New Jersey.


University administration must be accessible to student body

Every week, I spend almost as much time on a bus as I do in class. It's a pretty typical experience for a Rutgers student, and in a way, this has come to define Rutgers for me: the endless waiting, the tragically inaccurate Nextbus displays, the feeling of being a sardine packed in a mobile, four-wheeled tin.


WEEK IN REVIEW: Laurels and Darts

LAW AND ORDER: The Scarlet Knights may have lost out to Penn State on the football field a few weeks ago, but our Mock Trial Association ranked seventh out of 26 other collegiate teams at the Happy Valley Invitational last weekend.


The copy editor's honest opinion about opinions

As the old saying goes, opinions are like belly buttons – everybody has one. There is no special saying, however, for offensive and radical opinions, which are kind of like warts in that only some people get them, and those people rarely want others to know about the unsightly growth trespassing on their flesh.

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