Your Vote Matters – Regardless of Form

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By Henry Perazza – Arts and Entertainment Editor In the midst of a tight Presidential Election, votes are pouring in from all across the nation. Counting the overwhelming amount of votes cast yesterday and the weeks before is causing a delay in the election’s announcement unlike the modern world has ever really seen. For the … Continued

COVID-19 Tackling the NFL

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By Tyrese Henryel Sports Co-editor The NFL season has progressed under regular circumstances in the 2020 season. Fans have seen the NFL make efforts to stunt the spread of the virus by removing the crowds and consistently testing their players before and after the set Weeks. As we head past the Halfway point of the … Continued

Is Rutgers Football Back In Business?

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By Edwin Duodu – Sports Editor The Coronavirus has had a huge impact on college football, but that, fortunately, hasn’t stopped this year’s Rutgers football team from making history. By defeating Michigan State, 38-27, Rutgers claimed their first conference win in the Big Ten since 2017. Quarterback Noah Vedral threw for 169 yards to go … Continued

To Stream or Not to Stream: The Accessibility of Theatre

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By Sarah Alaeddin – Executive Editor When people think of the theatre, the first thing that generally comes to mind is Broadway. The dazzling lights, choreographed musical numbers, and the devastating price of theatre tickets. Of course, every penny is worth it: any show on Broadway is bound to impress. But why haven’t such wonderful … Continued