NBA Season Is Back, But What About The Players?

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By Edwin Duodu – Sports Editor The NBA season is back. Fans around the nation may be pleased with the quick turnaround of watching the NBA finals in October to the start of a new season in late December. However, fans have to ask, how do the players feel about the beginning of the 2020 … Continued

Senate Majority Leader Supports Rutgers Pay-Equity Suit

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New Jersey State Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg has endorsed the cause of five tenured female professors who have sued Rutgers University seeking pay equity at the state’s largest university. Weinberg, the prime sponsor of the state’s Diane B. Allen Equal Pay Act, said in a virtual press conference last Tuesday that she had mixed … Continued

Saul Bass & Kyle Cooper

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By Samia Jahangiri The last century saw a revolution in the world with the advent and expansion of modern technology. In the world of graphic and motion design, this allowed creatives to explore new art styles, aesthetics, and techniques in producing work that communicated with the audience in a more impactful way. However, the creative … Continued

A Revival in Piscataway

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By Tyrese Henryel/ Co-Sports editor Rutgers Basketball is experiencing a resurgence this season. Starting the season with a 3-0 record, the scarlet Knight are looking to have their first winning season in 14 years and their first tournament appearance in 29 years. This team is comprised of a lot of talent ranging from scoring leader, … 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

Student Responses to Upcoming Election

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By Brian Crespo – News Editor Intro: As November 3rd draws nearer, Rutgers-Newark students tell us who they support and why.   Name: Diana Saleh Age: 23 Major: English Year: 3rd 1. Who are you voting for this year, and why? I am voting for Joe Biden. Honestly, I don’t believe that either candidate is fit … Continued