David Tadros


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70 percent of voters think Christie would not be good president

Though he has yet to throw his hat in for a presidential run in 2016, New Jersey Governor Chris Chistie may have lost support from his home state as almost 70 percent of New Jersey’s registered voters think Christie would not make a good president, according to a recent Rutgers-Eagleton Poll. The results indicate that 69 percent of New Jersey voters doubt the governors ability to lead the country, up 10-points since a similar poll last February, while only six percent think Christie’s campaign to land the GOP nomination has improved and 44 percent believing his chances have decreased.

Rutgers’ Scarlet Knight crouches before a towering game of Jenga Giant for “RU Game?,” an event held at Alexander Library on the College Avenue campus the evening of April 7. COLIN PIETERS / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER
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Students play, discuss current events surrounding gaming

White sheets covering book shelves with a projection of Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros., Nintendo Wii Sports and play areas with Jenga Giant may not seem like a traditional library environment to many. Students looking for a night of gaming, questions and answers with professors of video game courses, conversation about video games and the gaming culture were invited to attend “RU Game?” at Alexander Library Wednesday night. About 30 students crowded around tables filled with board games, Nintendo Wiis and small television sets for an opportunity to represent the Rutgers gaming community. “I’m really interested in looking at things that are different, said Megan Lotts, art librarian at Rutgers University Libraries.

Photo Illustration | A survey of 2,315 young adults between 18 and 35 years of age conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute finds 71 percent of young adults feel using contraception is morally acceptable compared to 9 percent that find contraception morally unacceptable.
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Survey finds majority of young adults find contraception morally acceptable

Is the use of birth control morally acceptable? This was one of several questions asked of 2,315 young adults between the ages of 18 to 35 in a recent survey conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute. The study showed 71 percent of young adults felt the use of contraception was morally acceptable, while only nine percent felt it was morally unacceptable.

Middlesex County was ranked the fifth-healthiest county in New Jersey according to a recent study by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY EDWIN GANO / ASSOCIATE PHOTO EDITOR
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Middlesex County ranked fifth healthiest county in New Jersey

Rutgers students can now say they reside in one of the healthiest counties in the state, according to a recent study conducted by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute.  Middlesex County was ranked fifth healthiest county in New Jersey for the third consecutive year, according to the study. The study ranked every county in every state, including all of New Jersey’s 21 counties, by examining four types of health factors that affect the entire country including social and economic factors, health behaviors, clinical care and physical environment, according to the 2015 County Health Rankings Key Findings Report.

Photo Illustration | The Rutgers Business School was recognized by The Financial Engineer as one of the best Master of Financial Analysis programs in the New York metropolitan area in 2015.
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RBS noted for top finance program in NYC area

Not even a year after the first class was admitted to the Rutgers Business School’s Master of Financial Analysis program, the program was recognized by The Financial Engineer as one of the top finance programs in the New York metropolitan area.

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