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New faces lead Rutgers in Ash's 2nd season

The following content originally appeared in the Sept. 30, 2017, edition of Buckeye Sports Bulletin.

As a former Ohio State assistant leads the way, Rutgers football is in year two of what continues to be a daunting but promising rebuilding process. 1,108 more words

WebReg rant

It shouldn't have to be so fucking hard to swap a class with another class. On WebReg, I have to drop whatever class conflicts with adding the other one, but I can't drop under 12 credits, so I have to search for and add some random class that doesn't conflict with both the old and new classes, drop the old class, then add the class I actually WANT to take, THEN drop the random class. 62 more words


Ex-Rutgers football player admits role in 3 home invasions

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. — A former Rutgers University football player has admitted his role in three home invasions in which fellow students were targeted for drugs and cash. 61 more words


UConn Still No. 1 In AP Women's Hoops Poll

NEW YORK (AP) — After a two-year hiatus, C. Vivian Stringer has Rutgers back in The Associated Press women’s basketball poll.

The Scarlet Knights jumped into… 467 more words


The Full Court Press: January 6

“The Full Court Press” is a new, daily feature that covers both ends of college basketball; from the power conferences to the mid-majors. 443 more words

Big Ten

January 5, 2018: A Not-Prison For Juveniles

We started our series of field visits at Centro Especializado en la Aplicación de Medidas para Adolescentes (CEAMA), which is equivalent to an American juvenile detention center. 646 more words

Merida 2018

January 3, 2018: Settling In

Yesterday, we spent time getting settled into the Yucatán with group bonding on an excursion to Celestún. There, we toured Celestún Biosphere Reserve, learning about its ecology and characteristic plants and animals. 617 more words

Merida 2018