Dear Rutgers: Is this your idea of inclusivity and diversity?

By Jada Anderson You and your friends just took a dope picture: everybody is smiling, nobody blinked, the lighting is just right. This must be posted on Instagram for everyone to see and revel in this beautiful, captured moment! But, you cannot post this image with just any caption. In this age of social media, writing the…

The Bright Side Only Privilege Sees

The increased activism and awareness of politics has some people looking at the “bright side” of the 45th president’s tyranny. Arguing that there are now more people invested in the government, his supporters and acceptors conveniently ignore the negative consequences of his actions and words. Their defense and the actual vocalization of the statement, no…

The Legacy of Barack Obama

By Martha Ugwu With the 2016 Presidential election weighing heavy on the minds of millions of Americans, it seems that there is little time these days to actually pause and reflect on the legacy of President Barack Obama. As the leader of our country for eight years, President Obama has made quite an impact over the…

An Open Letter to The U.S. Court of Appeals

This letter is in response to the U.S. Court of Appeals’s decision to ban dreadlocks in the work place, allowing employers to discriminate against those who have the hairstyle. Click here for a rundown of the case. 

Sister Souljah Visits Rutgers

by Aaliyah Roulhac Busch student center’s Center Hall was humming with quiet chatter and excitement as over 200 people had gathered to hear Sister Souljah speak. There were people gathered in the front corner of the room and taking seats on the steps and floor because all the chairs had been filled. She was dressed…