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Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Michigan’s Ban On Affirmative Action

By David Erdely After the U.S. Supreme Court’s controversial 6-2 ruling in favor of Michigan’s ban on affirmative action in college admissions, students here at Rutgers wonder what that means for colleges across the country. The ruling issued on April … Continue reading

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A Day In The Life Of Gustavo Palomino

By Gustavo Palomino Today I woke up and everything was perfect for just an instance.  I got out of bed and I starting feeling anxious about going to the classes I didn’t want to go to.  I thought to myself, … Continue reading

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Screaming At A Wall

“You’re an archetype they can pin to the wall. When you cling to your convictions like a farm animal in its stall, never thinking of the bigger world outside, as they take you for a ride.”- Bad Religion “The Resist Stance” … Continue reading

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PSA: Job Searching-The Never-Ending Search After Graduation

By Jordan Kizmann After graduation, most students hope to be making a comfortable salary in a career of their choice or furthering their education through internships. After all, all the student loans and out of pocket money students spend on … Continue reading

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Emotion Is Incredible

By Gustavo Palomino As we grow older it seems that we feel less and less of it.  This happens for many reasons, but the most interesting one is because we train ourselves to stop feeling it.  Once we enter this … Continue reading

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It’s Called Reporting, Not Endorsing

By Brian Harris News organizations exist for one single, solitary reason and that is to report the goings-on in the world, no matter how big or small they may be and let the viewers/readers decide for themselves on how they … Continue reading

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The Woes Of Semester-Specific Classes

By Jordan Kizmann During class registration each semester, you may find that the classes offered the previous semester are not being offered now. This is a serious challenge to seniors who need certain classes that are only offered annually to … Continue reading

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