Prior to this past weekend, Rutgers improved by 5 spots in the ACHA D1 rankings, jumping up to No. 17 in the nation. With a sweep of the Duquesne University Dukes now under their belts as well, they look to … Continue reading
Rutgers ice hockey has been off to an incredible start coming out of a winning streak with its previous games. “It’s been nice to win a couple of games, but I don’t think anybody is satisfied yet. There’s certainly a … Continue reading
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When I heard the news James Foley had died from no other than Twitter, I was distraught. How could a young journalist with so much potential be dead? I knew I had to look more into this story. James Foley, … Continue reading
Women have been emerging in the sports world for quite some time now, but it is only now that we are seeing more women in the locker rooms. In a 2012 study from the Institute for Diversity and Ethics in … Continue reading
(Photo by zillow.com) The man. The legend. The game changer. Derek Jeter. I grew up watching the New York Yankees with my parents but did not start avidly watching the games up until two years ago. The Yankees, or as … Continue reading
One of the things that I have learned as a student can be summed up in a quote famously stated by William Arthur Ward, “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.” … Continue reading
I have always been a fan of the quote, “Choose a job you love and never work a day in your life,” and I want to, but it seems like everyone I meet is against the idea of me studying … Continue reading