The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 14,009.79 on Friday, Feb. 1. This is the first time the Dow has risen over 14,000 since 2007. The closing bell was met with cheering from traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, according to CNBC. […]
Playing the role of cardiac kids throughout much of the weekend, the wrestling team overcame early deficits for a treble of wins at the New England-Metro Duals before ending its five-game winning streak with a loss to No. 11 Springfield College.
The playoffs are still a possibility for the College’s men’s basketball team, but it’s looking incredibly bleak as they dropped another two games this past week, losing to Rutgers-Camden University by a score of 76-63, and also to Rutgers-Newark University, 72-58.
The push for, and preservation of, women’s rights in the Muslim world is not as simple as some may think. Nadia Guessous, Mellon Fellow at Rutgers University’s women’s and gender studies department, explained to an […]
Neither Rutgers-Camden nor Rutgers-Newark Universities stood a chance when the Lions showed up to play this past week. The women’s basketball team played some of their best games of the season, securing two important wins in each. As the team comes closer to the New Jersey Athletic Conference playoffs, their play has become nothing less than spectacular. With everyone showing up fully to every game, the Lions look like they are unstoppable.
When one talks to swimming head coach Brian Bishop, there are several intriguing qualities. One in particular, however, stands out. It is not his love for the sport of swimming and it is not his strive to always be the best — it is obvious that Coach Bishop exemplifies those traits. Rather, it is the fact that Bishop may be one of the most humble men at the College.