Andrew Rodriguez


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Science, arts can exist in harmony

During my time managing The Daily Targum’s science section, I have noticed two things: Science majors are afraid to write and liberal arts majors are afraid to apply their knowledge of science. I understand the fear on both sides, but the doubt that stems from inexperience should never stop anyone from treading new ground. Even if in private, those who study science should practice communication and vice versa.

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Library exhibits occult culture book collection

Descending the steps in the Alexander Library, one is led into a dimly lit room with glass cases displaying leather-bound medicinal books predating the typewriter, colorful rocks excavated from the depths of the earth and papers with hieroglyphs containing illustrations resembling that of old Egypt. One book showcases drawings of a man’s head about to be drilled into for medical purposes, while another has musical notes from a song entitled “Tarantella” about music as a remedy for tarantula venom.

Rutgers closed to access to some areas on campus due to heavy snowfall.
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Winter brings salt deficiency, hardships to students

The winter season this year proved to be one of the most harrowing for students relying on any form of transportation. Sub-zero temperatures and 52.7 inches of total snowfall over the course of the winter made it a struggle for the University to stay in operation. It was recorded as the sixth-highest snowfall in the last 102 years.

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From left to right, Kristen Tapson, Heather Cammarata-Seale, Adam Coleman and Thomas Beachdel, spoke Friday at the Scientific (R)evolutions event in Alexander Library.
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From left to right, Kristen Tapson, Heather Cammarata-Seale, Adam Coleman and Thomas Beachdel, spoke Friday at the Scientific (R)evolutions event in Alexander Library.

Changlu Wang, an assistant extension specialist in the Department of Entomology, worked with two other researchers on a method to capture bed bugs.
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Changlu Wang, an assistant extension specialist in the Department of Entomology, worked with two other researchers on a method to capture bed bugs.

Vitaly Podzorov, associate professor in the Department of Physics, and Hee Taek Yi, post-doctoral student in the Department of Physics research flexible electronics.
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Vitaly Podzorov, associate professor in the Department of Physics, and Hee Taek Yi, post-doctoral student in the Department of Physics research flexible electronics.

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