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Professor Ebright: Wuhan Lab Documents Show Dr. Fauci Lied About Gain-of-Function Research
"Now they keep promoting Fauci all over the corrupt media. And they keep using Fauci to attack regular American citizens. No, They know how often Fauci has been. Sort of the real life Professor Irwin Corey. They know how he's often contradicted himself. How is often politicized. Science doesn't mean he has have been right now and then, But that's not the point. You need to be right all the time. Particularly you're going to make definitive statements like foul she does. If you're going to play ruler of the world, whether it's the economy, whether it is lifestyle or whatever else it is. Richard Ebright is a molecular biologist at Rutgers University. And these newly found documents, he said. Obtained the Freedom Information Act request made it clear that Fauci has been quote unquote untruthful about gain of function research. The documents make it clear that assertions by the NIH director Francis Collins. The N A. I D Director Anthony Fauci. At the NIH did not support gain of function, research or potential pandemic pathogen enhancement. At this Wuhan virus lab are untruthful. He tweeted. Isn't that worth a congressional hearing by the Democrats? Isn't that worth the media really being skeptical?
Influential Educators: College President Mary Bunting
"Than a year. After henry's death. Mary was offered a new opportunity to become dean of douglass college. The women's college of rutgers university where she was a professor in nineteen fifty eight. Mary was invited to a national. Science foundation. committee created to improve the nation's performance in the field of science in a series of tests designed to figure out what blocked strong students from continuing into careers in science. Mary saw a big problem of all of the sixteen to nineteen year olds who scored in the top ten percent on aptitude tests and then did not go onto college. Ninety eight percent were women. The time women had serious. Barriers to access college education endowments for women's colleges were much lower than those of their male counterparts. Perhaps most importantly curriculum requirements didn't accommodate the different societal expectations for women. For example many universities made it nearly impossible for students to attend part time as a result women who had to care for children during the day at home could not attend mary. It her mission to redesign the education system to accommodate and encourage women to study. She got her first chance at serious reform. When in nineteen sixty she became president of radcliffe college the undergraduate women's college at harvard university there. She saw the stark differences between the ways. Men and women were treated on the same campus. Women were given bunk beds in assigned rooms rather than harvard's how system and they were excluded from harvard's libraries and dining halls. Mary set about changing the campus. She organized the dorms into a house. System built radcliffe. Its own library and created search committees to go into low income neighborhoods and offer scholarships to potential
Supreme Court Ends Biden’s Eviction Moratorium
"So now the by administration has been extending a federal eviction moratorium to protect tents struggling to pay their rent during the pandemic but now the moratorium is over really truly over. That's because the supreme court ruled last week. That the cbc has overstepped its at and that the moratorium to continue congress. We'd need to authorize it but that's unlikely to happen as house. press secretary. jen psaki told reporters on friday. What we're trying to do here is prevent people from being evicted from their homes. If there were enough votes to pass an eviction moratorium in congress it would have happened. It hasn't happened and while the white house says it's working with states on solutions. hundreds of thousands potentially millions of tenants across the country are now at risk of losing their homes including tenants in the state of new york. We're more than eight hundred. Thirty thousand households are behind on their rent. We're joined today by sia weaver campaign coordinator of housing justice for all in new york. Sia welcome to the takeaway. Extre having me also with us. Peter hepburn assistant professor of sociology at rutgers university newark and part of the eviction lab at princeton university. Peter welcome back to the shell on sia from your perch. What's the significance of this supreme court ruling. Well that's really just devastating as you said eight hundred thirty thousand households are more really are behind on rent in new york and seventy seven percent of them are people of color. The thing that's most painful about all of this as our state also has two point seven billion dollars in rental assistance. Money meant to solve this problem and we've been unable to spend it so this is a a real wave of addiction. That should be preventable. But for some reason has not been prevented.
US Employers Added Fewer Jobs in April Than Forecasted
"Added fewer jobs in April than they did in March, a sign that some businesses are having a hard time finding workers. Kenneth Burns from member station. Wh Why? Why reports Some reasons are tied to the pandemic, Experts say. It's hard to tell whether a so called discouragement effect from finding a job due to enhanced unemployment benefits is a factor. Michael Hayes and assistant public policy professor at Rutgers University, Camden says one factor is that some adults who would normally look for a job can't because they're helping their child during online learning. Another factor, especially for a seasonal summer jobs involves the health risk. Those air jobs were. Maybe you're feeling more closely. Face to face with with individuals and Putin and putting your health at risk Hayes as people changing from service jobs to other industries, or starting their own business is another factor. For
Why Small Talk is More Important Than You Think
"Remember when you start your day in the office with casual chitchat. How was your weekend. Can you believe this weather planning any trips this summer. It may have seemed trivial but it turns out. There's nothing small about small talk in fact it can be an aid to innovation it can build trust and rapport and just plain happier at work. But what happens to small talk when we're all working from home to learn more about the benefits of small talk and how we can still get them in the now. We went to expert. Dr jessica methods. Dr method is an associate professor of human resource management at rutgers university and a member of the academy of management organizational behavioral division. Here's what dr method had to say. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you for having me. So you recently published a study on small talk in the workplace now that so. Many of us are in virtual workplaces. How have conversations among co workers changed. This is such an incredibly important conversation. And when we conducted this study it was pre pandemic. we could not have anticipated how disruptive this remote work boom could have been so really in the past decade. We have seen that so many companies have adopted a more open office space designed so. They've really been focused on strategically designing their workspaces to promote spontaneous casual collisions where employees can just bump into each other in the hallway or at the microwave to have small talk and the idea. There is that these informal chats can be released serendipitous. They can help build rapport and trust and collaboration and they create opportunities for creativity and innovation because these employees are talking with people that they wouldn't necessarily have interacted with otherwise but the transition to remote work has really narrowed the focus of our networks. And the people we have exposure to and who we can talk to sewer networks have been narrowed really to our closest connections are family members are very close friends and our supervisor's and those out. On the periphery who we weren't as close with are kind of in this period of suspended animation
Amazon Beats Back Union, but Workplace Technology Questions Remain
"As you've probably heard by now. The effort to unionize an amazon warehouse in bessemer alabama was unsuccessful. Though the union says it will challenge the vote it would have affected just a fraction of amazon's workforce but it captured the attention of the country at a time when e commerce has become a lifeline and the welfare of essential. Workers has come under threat. Janice fine is a professor of labor studies and employment relations at rutgers university. She says the union push at amazon and its defeat highlight the growing role of technology in the workplace. Especially amazon's they use surveillance technology including scanners that workers use to track the rate at which they sort and pack items. Mandatory daily workers surveys a powered camera systems to detect social distancing violations. They use navigation. Software item scanners wristbands thermal cameras. Security cameras recorded footage to survival. The workforce so you have this combination of surveillance for productivity targets and that same surveillance lends itself to being able to monitor workers social activities without a union in place. Then ken workers push back against this kind of stuff. How what kind of tools do they have. Workers are pushing back all over the country. And that's the thing that i think is really important to bear in. Mind that workers in new jersey workers in inland empire in In california workers in chicago these are organizations that have for years. You've been working with amazon. Workers in warehouses and fulfillment centers and just by kind of getting the story out there. They've drawn the country's attention to the problems with amazon's business model. You know by organizing and getting this far getting to an election and so they see this as kind of a long haul fight.
Miami-Area University in Florida to require COVID-19 vaccine
"Other college making covert vaccines requirement for the fall term or private campus. In the town of davey. Florida near fort. Lauderdale will require all students staff and faculty to be fully vaccinated against toronto virus and time to start the fall semester. Previously rutgers university new jersey made student vaccinations a requirement. A nova spokesperson calls the policy. These safest path forward. The university has more than six thousand undergraduate students and more than fourteen thousand graduate level
Rutgers Says Students Must Be Vaccinated to Return to Campus
"Students who returned to the Rutgers University campuses this fall must be vaccinated. This student agrees with the move. It was just released now in the making it mandatory for the fall could be a problem for some students, but I overall think it would be a good idea. The vaccination rule applies to Rutgers main campuses in New Brunswick New work and Camden. A
New Jersey's Rutgers to Require COVID-19 Vaccine for Students
"You now have to get a vaccine for Cove it in order to attend Rutgers University. It's a state run school. Uh, I've always you know, I've always said the vaccine should be choice. And first college students that what if it was the chances they're going to get covert? You know, Slim to none. And now you're forcing a vaccine on these kids. Why? You're gonna be required to provide proof of vaccination from any vaccine authorized for choose the United States. Students enrolled in an online degree program from Dan Alexander's block here or participating in fully online or off campus. Continuing education programs will be exempt from going to the school. You have to worry about the vaccine. Students may also request a medical or religious exemption. That's what I mean. They're not telling you, G. We encourage you to get the vaccine they're saying get the vaccine.
Rutgers University Requiring Students Enrolled In 2021 Fall Semester To Receive COVID-19 Vaccine
"Vaccinations for students starting this fall. Students at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey will be required to get vaccinated for Corona virus if they want to attend in person classes this fall. Rutgers said. There's they believes it's the first university in the nation to issue this requirement, which applies to all 71,000 resident and commuter students. Those under 18 are being told to get the Fizer vaccine that is the only vaccine currently authorized for use in people under 18, faculty and staff are exempt from this directive. They are subject to workplace, not student attendance regulations. Ryan Clark. ABC News, Talk of Vaccine
"rutgers university" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Well, people to account for what for how they voted for opinions they have. You're going toe edit me in real time as a human being. Because what? I want lower taxes. I want schools to work. I don't wanna be a play thing of the Communist Chinese. Like what do you What do you doing to me here? Was this working? So you get to the issue of now white supremacy. White supremacy is going to be the next thing. The big thing that comes after the impeachment in the impeachment doesn't work. Now you have to turn the cannons fully against politically speaking fully against the people who supported Donald Trump. And as any scary notes over at the Washington Examiner admit it. Liberals. You have no idea what white supremacy is. Liberals have no clear definition off the phrase white supremacy. It's just something used to convey a deep seated hatred for anyone who doesn't vote Democrat but sometimes They use it in ways that reveal how meaningless the phrases for them to begin with. Rutgers University. Rutgers University has a president Jonathan Holloway, who wrote Wednesday in an op ed for The New York Times about the left's favorite fantasy that to be a Trump supporter, especially one who was in Washington D. C on January 6 2021 is to be a white supremacist. That included a black supporter of Donald Trump, who was in D. C on that day or Hispanic supporter or an Asian supporter. Does that make you a white supremacist is well? Well, this college professor says yes. And we'll fill you in on that straight ahead. It is a it is an insightful,.
WHO says coronavirus unlikely to have leaked from China lab
"Keane is retired four star general and the chairman of the Institute for the Study of War and a Fox News. Senior Strategic analyst. General King Great Have you back with us here at the large angry here? That's America, Sir. Big news this week. One of the big headlines. I'm not sure how much we can take from it is the World Health Organization announcing that we should no longer look seriously at the idea that the Corona virus originated in A Level four laboratory in Wuhan, China, that Wuhan Institute of our ology, they said. It's very unlikely it came from there, and in fact, we shouldn't research it anymore. The United States came out and said, Well, not so fast. The jury's still out. That's what the State Department said the White House, Additionally, saying they're looking forward to actually scrutinizing the data to come to a conclusion. What do you make of this? I think we have to have a pretty healthy dose of skepticism when it comes to anything dealing with The World Health Organization. It was not a completely dependent investigation that because the Chinese were getting graded on on the back on that entire team. Uh, you're right. And from what I understand most of what the team was looking, that was Chinese analysis of data, as opposed to the raw data itself. That remains to be seen. I have certainly haven't seen Seen the report. But given the lives that have come out of China for almost a year, given the fact that it is well over a year since the disease broke out of Wuhan City, and the Chinese have had denied anybody from taking a look at this issue. Certainly by now, they've got this story straight in the Davis Strait to support their conclusions. And it's likely took place transcript from from bat stolen animals to humans and that likely place was in the Wuhan market. They want to see her hurt anybody away from the fact that this could happen in the Chinese government laboratory. Uh, where possibly of experiments were taking place with that particular disease or similar diseases themselves for their own purposes, not the least of which is Uses a pie biological weapons. General Kane. Additionally, my concerns don't just aren't just about the Chinese members of this team. There's a member of the team called Dr Peter De Zack. He's a molecular biologist from Rutgers University is one of the lead guys here for this World Health Organization investigation and he's been responsible for directing American and British taxpayer funding. To that lab. Specifically, that's not that's not unknown thing. That is public knowledge. Should he even be a part of a team that's investigating? Ah place that he directed money to certainly absolutely not given that that particular conference Conflict of interest, which is alarming in it of itself, much less you know why he's on the inspection team? Yes, we know full well that the fusion Of what has taken place in the civilian and commercial sector and the military in China is very, very significant. It is priority one at any activity. What's the weather like this? Under the guise of trying to bend after prevent pandemics could possibly lead. To military capabilities is the issue. I really have the whether this guy's on the inspection team or not, but it does point to the bias that's likely inherent. On this inspection team will begin with sure.
Researcher behind COVID-19 saliva test dies unexpectedly, university says
"19 researcher who developed the first saliva test for covert 19. Has died at the age of 51. Rutgers University has released a statement saying that Dr Andrew Brooks died unexpectedly January 23rd. It did not provide details for his family said Dr Brooks died of a heart attack. His saliva test, which one emergency use authorization by the FDA last April, has also been approved for home use. The Rucker statement says four million of Brooks Rapid response tests have been performed since last March. That, sir
Noah Cyrus Apologizes for Using Racially Offensive Term While Defending Harry Styles Against Candace Owens
"Thousand volt would address on it conservative. Firebrand candace owens who is black contrary to popular belief. She's black that made her tweet out. There is no society that can survive without strong in the east knows this in the west steady feminization of our men at the same time. That marxism is being taught. Our children is not a coincidence. It is an outright attack. Bring back manly men. Of course that made social media go crazy because not too. Many people starve to catch fish. Like candace owens okay. She really owns your soul. Because you all can't help but respond to her. Have you heard the saying he who angles you control you. Well turn that into a she and esau candidates she who angers you control you and she absolutely controls you all because she makes you also angry that you have to say something to her. She can get a rise out of any and everybody. It is truly a gif okay. She proved that yet again. Because harry styles responded to her posting pick of himself in a powder blue suit eaten a banana with the caption bring back manly men and is replied when people try to tell me. I don't have influence then. Harry styles dedicates an entire post in my tweet. She's right and that leads to noah cyrus on her i g story. Wednesday noah shared a photo of harry's thousand address with the caption. He wears this dress better than any of you. Nappy assholes now. I'm not the highest grade in dispensary okay. I'll tell you. I tell you this all the time but i thought it was universally known in acknowledged that a white person calling a black person. Nappi was a no go okay. The last time. I heard a white person put nappy in holes in the same sentence publicly with don imus referred to the mostly black rutgers university email basketball team backing like oh six. Oh seven As nappy head. Nappy headed and he got his ass. Handed him over that. Okay recipes. Don imus i think he's dead. I know is only twenty. But i find it hard to believe. She didn't know what she was saying. Okay she apologized and said. I am mortified that i use the term without knowing the context and history but i know now am horrified and truly sorry i would never use it again. Thank you for educating educating me. I in no way meant to offend anyone. I am sorry. Now here's the thing we all say things we regret. We all go too far at times. Trust me i notice is charlemagne to god talking. Okay leonard you know. I've said some wild insensitive inappropriate stuff in my day. Yes when you heard someone and i wasn't giant tension. You apologize if you didn't know that what you were saying was offensive and insensitive. You apologize but the question. I have for young. No aspires is if he didn't mean for it to be offensive. In what did you intend for it to. Okay it's hard for me to believe that you didn't know the context in history of that word. Clearly you knew it was an insult. Nappy assholes is very specific so specific that. I can't even remember the last time i used it. Nappy is not in my vocabulary. Okay maybe because i'm ball headed i don't know but i don't use that word last time. I use it out. Probably quoting stretched from naughty by nature. When i was watching them the uptown anthem video in the god said the naughty nappy. Nasty nasty trashy whole happy pappy. That's happy to be nappy happy. Belated by the way to try to turn fifty tomorrow. The story is nappy as unique. Were okay when you pull it out without. Asked the us against the black towards him in that way is kinda hard to say. You didn't know what the hell you was talking about. But i digress. Not judging you not trying to beat up on you just trying to keep you and other white folks for making this mistake see. You can't say racially insensitive things. The black folks even if said black person is someone. A particular group of black people doesn't like and black people. You may not like candace owens but she still black whether you think she realizes it so. Don't let this fly just because you don't like candace. Owens is not okay for a white person to be referring to a black woman as one nappy into a ho. please give noah styles. The biggest yaw
Interview With Gabrielle Ferrara
"To the masters in psychology. Podcast we're psychology. Students can learn from psychologists educators and practitioners to better understand what they do how they got there and to hear the advice they have for those interested in getting a master's degree in psychology or related. Field i'm your host brad schumacher. And today we have the privilege of talking with gabrielle ferrara. After graduating from morristown high school gabrielle attended university of miami where she received her. Ba in psychology and criminology. She then attended rutgers university where she received her masters degree in clinical social work with an emphasis in mental and behavioral health gabrielle served as a mental health counselor and she did her internship at the immediate care psychiatric center in parsippany new jersey. Gabrielle is a licensed social worker and currently works at the counseling center in middlesex. New jersey as a substance use and mental health therapist. Gabriel welcome to our podcast ink spread. I'm happy to be here My name's gabriel ferrara. I'm really honored to be on your podcast. Thank you for having me. Well you're welcome. Thank you for being on the podcast. I know that a lot of our listeners are going to get a lot from you today. A lot of things going on especially in the last six months i mean. You've you've graduated with your masters degree. You started a new job. You got engaged. Congratulations thank you. Thank you and you actually have your first blog post on psychology today so a lot of exciting things in the last six months It's been an exciting time. So let's go ahead and get right into it. I kinda wanted to open up the floor for you and ask you. Tell me a little bit more about yourself. Other than what that introduction. You know what i did with the introduction for all of our audience members yes so i mean you covered it pretty well introduction. But i'm from new jersey born and raised. I'm currently still living. Where i grew up in marseilles town Just getting into the field of social work and starting my career in my free time. I have a adorable little rescue dog that keeps me busy and keeps me on my toes. So yeah i mean. I just happy to be here talking about my experience and my rite aid and My my career at this point. We'll good good i. How did you actually decide to get your bachelor of arts and psychology and criminology. What made you decide to go that route so it's actually a funny story. I started college as a pre med neuroscience major and then i realized that there was a lot of science and math involved in that that i was not interested in so i but i still really had a passion for mental health in the brain and all that stuff so the next logical step seemed to go into seem to be to go into psychology so i switched my major psychology and began taking some courses and saw that there was an overlap between mental health and the criminal justice system and some of those common themes among the two fields and so i added a criminology degree as well and of combine the two and got to see some of the overlap and it was an incredible combination of studies and field work and just a really good overall experience. Based on our research on the website we are seeing more of the that overlap with criminology and psychology or and more of those Psychologists are needed in the criminal justice system as well. So it's interesting that you chose that route You know the next follow up. Question is what is you know. At what point did you come up with the idea of becoming a therapist. Yeah so that is something that didn't stand out to me at first. I wasn't really sure what i want to do. With my psychology and criminology degree. I considered going into the fbi. Some sort of police criminal justice work and then ultimately subtle settled. It's not the right word. But i made the decision to be therapist and go into clinical work based on my own experience in therapy. And i think we're gonna get into that a little bit later but my own experience in therapy and my good dot experiences with different therapists really motivated me to want to get back. Beat up person for someone else. Because i've had very good therapist and are not so great therapists over the years. Not just kind of comes with the territory but it really motivated me to want to continue studying psychology understanding it understanding people and being a person for others to connect with the actually interesting that you brought that up. If you don't mind i'm gonna go ahead and share my screen. And i'm going to share one thing with you and the audience and i liked your tagline here and you should see the psychology today website here in. Here's your most recent blog post. Why showing emotion as a therapist is okay sometimes and if you notice on the left side. Your tag is gabrielle. Ferrera therapist who sees therapist. Tell us a little bit more about that and how you came up with that idea. Yeah so. I actually got that idea from a book. I read earlier this year. I think i've been late last year. Actually and it was a book by lori gottlieb. she's a psychotherapist and author and also as speaker and she has a memoir called. Maybe you should talk to someone. And in that memoir she about her own experience as a therapist and also her time that she spent going to therapy and that book really resonated with me and it was the first time that i had connected so deeply with a therapist who also goes to therapy themselves. And i knew that a lot of therapists go to therapy. And it's something that were encouraged to do in grad school but reading. That book really made me feel like it was something normal and it was something nachos normal but an asset it was a strength to be in therapy myself and also be on the other side being in that helping possession.
New York - N.J. Should Be More Aggressive In Stopping COVID-19 Spread, Epidemiologists Say
"Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, Along with New York Governor Cuomo and four other governors from neighboring states are holding an emergency covert 19 summit this weekend. To consider possible coordinated actions. It's happening as epidemiologists are concerned about the spike in covert cases in New Jersey, where more than 3000 new cases are being reported each day WN Y sees Nancy Solomon reports. Jersey hasn't seen consistently high numbers like this since last April, And when cases first started surging last month. Officials like Health Commissioner Judy Person, Kelly pointed to private gatherings is the primary culprit. Recent gatherings, many of which were a Halloween parties. Have led to nearly 70 cases in union plaster. Somerset Essex in Cumberland County's now new data from the Health Department that looked at the cause of infections in October, found that a third of cases were traced to team sports. Another large source was the workplace. Yet Governor Phil Murphy says he's reluctant to shut down non essential businesses or sports that don't involve out of state travel. Three New Jersey based epidemiologists contacted by W. N Y. C. Say the state is that a dangerous point, particularly with hospitalizations also spiking upward. They say that in order to keep schools and essential businesses open the state should be restricting indoor dining bars and social gatherings. I'm also surprised that We haven't seen more action taken on in terms of restrictions. Stephanie Silveira is a professor at Montclair State University. She says she's particularly concerned about food service workers who earn low wages and often don't have health insurance. Another looming problem is Thanksgiving, says Rutgers University epidemiologist Henry Raymond. I think it's really going to be hard to imagine that everyone is gonna Stay home with their own Todd or bubble and not want to get together with cousin Harry or Uncle Fred Raymond work for a city public Health Department before becoming a professor. So he says he understands how difficult it is to balance public policy with science. In spite of numbers increasing statewide, the governor has said his team would take what he called a surgical approach to combating the second wave. To that end, he announced this week that individual towns and cities can order non essential businesses to close by 8 P.m..
Covid: Have we finally got a coronavirus vaccine?
"News of a covert 19 vaccine that's 90%, effective in human trials is very exciting, Rutgers University professor of medicine Dr Bob Wahida tells Fox News. Developing a vaccine like this, and just 10 months is really amazing. And right now we're looking at an authorization and emergency use authorization, which will be available, I presume by next week they're saying the third week of November The end of 2020 five's expects to have 20 million doses. Dr. Lahiri notes the drugmakers ramping up production with a goal of 1.3 billion doses by 2021 when the vaccine should be available to everybody, Dr Anthony found, she
"rutgers university" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"By IM Arcadian Asset Management, Eric Scott. We could see a cloudy day to start the week but pleasant fall weather is ahead. Governor, Murphy says. You should not travel out of New Jersey is Kobe cases Spike visiting Santa will be different in the mall this year? No sitting on the big guy's lap hope for a new stimulus bill fades. It'll wait until after the election details of our top stories coming up. In the minutes ahead. We begin this morning with first weather and our chief meteorologist, Dan zero. So, Dan, just a wonderful weekend. What's the week ahead? Looked like it was mornings were chilly afternoon sunny and crisp, and this week will do. Okay. We have a warming trend ahead, mainly dry weather, just a few Sprinkles passing through New Jersey. Today We are starting off in the forties and fifties again that chill in the air here and look for highs in the mid sixties this afternoon. That is typical. For this time of year. We'll see clouds and some sun overhead Tonight will be mostly cloudy with possible fog. Now I can't rule out a shower late today into tonight, flipping northwestern New Jersey with a front stalled just to our north but again that is on ly to the Northwest. Overnight lows only fall to the mid to upper fifties tomorrow gets a bit warmer, lower seventies with lots of clouds and will hold steady in the lower seventies. Wednesday with a few isolated showers or Sprinkles around Wednesday will be mostly cloudy. Hopefully, we'll get some late day clearing, setting us up for a nice one day Thursday, easily the warmest day of the week here with highs in the upper seventies. Under pleasant, Partly sunny skies Right now Newman is 48, Cherry Hill and Elizabeth 49 time. A New Jersey's first news 50 to Governor Murphy continues to discourage travel out of state. As New Jersey sees a spike in positive cove intestate. Health officials say every region of the state now is seeing a surge in new cases. However, rate of transmission continues to drop now, just over the key benchmark of one Governor Murphy reported seven new covert deaths and more than 1200 Duke Open cases on Sunday, the added expense of covert protocols have brought New Jersey's childcare providers to near the breaking point. That's a new research out of Rutgers University this morning. A report issued by the National Institute for Early Education Research estimates that Cove in safety measures and class size limits have increased provider costs in New Jersey by up to $79 a week per toddler and $37 a week per preschooler, increased cleaning and increasing in number. Time that the center is is clean through out the day we know that those are adding Kaufman captives and already difficult situation. Author of the report. Karen Garver says New Jersey needs to work to increase subsidy payments to child care providers at least to break even rates. Aaron VOTE New Jersey When a 1.5 New Jersey congresswoman Mikey, Cheryl,.
Big Ten, Pac-12 postpone their seasons
"The Big 10 and Pac 12 college football conferences have postponed their fall seasons due to the Cova 19 pandemic, and that could be a further financial blow to the schools like Rutgers University. That school President Jonathan Holloway told NPR that revenue from football is a big source of funding and the colleges already facing a shortfall from the state of New Jersey do to the pandemic response. We don't have our final budget numbers. L'm in terms of our appropriation for the states, So we I'm really not able to say not because I'm trying to hide anything but literally not ableto say will get cut, but it will be tough. Holloway says the conference is considering rescheduling for the spring. But even if they don't play, he says student athletes will still get their scholarships.
Biden picks Kamala Harris as running mate, first Black woman
"Joe Biden's pick of comelec Harris as his running mate is historic in several ways here is is the fourth woman to run at a major party presidential ticket but there are several first first multiracial women first black woman first south Asian woman Debbie Walsh who studies women and politics at Rutgers University says Biden's pick could become even more historic if he wins the presidency but does not finish his term you may well be anointing the next president of the United States and the idea that in that process he is in nineteen a woman and a woman of color makes this a very significant Pat Sager make army Washington
"rutgers university" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"He's holding the line for America pickup here. I mentioned this to the very top of the show Rutgers, which is TheStreet University of New Jersey. Listen, Mark. How far are you from Rutgers? Not very. Maybe 20 minutes 1/2 hour. Okay, So you know, Rutger is a bigger if you're an N. J. Everybody knows Rutgers really well. I thought this was entering and hat If the college fix dot com for this Rutgers English department to de emphasize traditional grammar in solidarity with black lives matter. Here's the piece. The English Department Rutgers University recently announced a list of anti racist directives. And initiatives for the upcoming fall in spring semesters, including an effort to de emphasize traditional grammar rules. The initiatives were spelled out by Rebecca Walk away. It's the English Department chair Walk would sent out the email on Juneteenth. One of the initiatives is described as quote incorporating critical grammar into our pedagogy pedagogy. Sorry. It is listed as one of the efforts for Rutgers graduate writing program, which serves graduate students across the Rutgers community. Under so called critical grammar. The approach challenges familiar dogma that writing instruction should limit emphasis on grammar and sentence level issues so as not to put students from nonstandard English backgrounds at a disadvantage. Don't expect proper grammar, according to the Rutgers English department, and this is part of their solidarity they say with the B L M movement. Look, this just strikes me as kind of offensive. You know what else to say? I'm not somebody runs around calling things offensive. But solidarity with the BLM movement, according to Rutgers is not expecting proper proper English to be used in the English literature department. Um okay. Just going to say these college is getting crazier with this stuff. So there you have it, folks. Not quite as bad as the Smithsonian poster that said, characteristics of whiteness and had things like objective reasoning. That was the Smithsonian took that down. That was super offensive put up there by a white diversity consultant. By the way, that was the person who was behind that diversity consultant shaking us all down for all this cash. All right. I covered that story. Let's do roll call. It's time for roll call. Dub step didn't really get the full Ah! I don't know. Dubstep. Never really got much love is it is it deserved? I know this. I feel like this audience is very split over. Dubstep producer Mark you ever listen. I mean, not really Listen to techno remixes of songs, but not dubstep. I know there's a difference, I guess so. All right. Well, that was our dub Step intro. Let's get to the back. Remember, please go. Buck sexton dot com Check in on our side. We got stories posted throughout the day and producer Mark. We did have a conversation with our our digital team. 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"rutgers university" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"If you're making only one batch per year, it probably continues lying. He's not going to be the best solution because you have to spend a fair amount of time creating the process that we work. They only make us momentum product, but if you have large amounts of products, when obviously most. Profitable but the we should change him because there is a tendency nowadays towards building smaller systems. That can run for longer times making smaller amounts of product they're our and that makes continue systems. community in skills of production that ten years ago we would have expected. Right and the and the capital investment. Into a continuous manufacturing line is, is that higher? No is not if you're studying from scratch and you had to build a factory You're not going to spend more money with slang that in our budget line which your new capital put more for seem to the liberal of know how that you? Acquire I mean continuously stems have knowledge-intensive does the main. Issue Really with companies. Implementing new system sees that. As many companies don't have the know how and I took to those companies Liberty Week, Okay. We don't have all the necessary knowledge Had We figure out what to do here and? You know it's right now. Really meetings because the access to know how. Yes, so it's interesting, so the the labor costs would be lower from a production perspective, but you do need certain specific expertise for this to work right certain skills that need to come together for the door. And notices, actually it sounds in a city different skills. seems to me, so there's system dynamics has sensors controls. and so it's not just chemistry, but it's also all the all the components of. other other components need to come together. Yes, and so would you say then? It applies Ellia. A large pharmaceutical company can can do this. They had already doing it. Would it. Would that requirement in terms of skills needed to actually get into it? does does that preclude sort of the the smaller and medium sized companies from doing this. Is simply clued him. Because the cost of acquiring these skills, it is small compared to the dilemma money. They spend unbearable, right? But he knowledge that underneath the culture. In. This is that you know it's hard for a manager to hire a certain person. Monitor herself for himself. Does helpful would be civility on. That knowledge needs to be you know you need basically vertical integration of Noko in relation. Right you need. Managers also understand what we're talking about more just you know the people that we've hired, so you know, but on the other hand, Lenore Muslim love interest and enthusiasm right now. In the last six months I have noticed a significant change in how many genetic companies are showing keen interest in these and also? Groups that were over the counter. Products are gain to these so. I think if we really want to transform the manufacturing landscape. What we need to do. A ceased in minutes country. It's we have to figure out. How do we make the no doubt available and accessible do a much larger players. What kind of vehicles on weekly eight that allow companies to find the expertise that they need? So wouldn't Wouldn't the contract manufacturing organizations? See this gap and step in and we specialize in this video casse- happened yet. That has happened. East happening I, mean they? Were ready to contract manufacturing organizations in the US or maybe that he said third one swayed. That already implementing systems the Hubbard ready implemented systems. At least one of those is available for companies to go on and work these a solution to a.
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"rutgers university" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"And right. You Plug books that have doing anticipated. could create a problem the recent the supply chain is in this in this way today I would imagine the cost differential right? The the the need for pharmaceutical companies to reduce the cost of production is said what drove nautilus manufacturing abroad. That's one of the factors, perhaps the most important, but not the only one. That has been many discussions where. People have explained to me that you can get a factory up and running much faster in other countries goes there are fewer regulatory hurdles, and in some cases, governments of the countries have invested in providing the capital needed to creative facilities. Over the last twenty years, China India actively sought to attract I. Loathe for gun, manufacturing activity, successfully using a combination of techniques, and so the local stuff labor, they seem regulatory framework thing. Fuster W create assistants Feistier, all of those things to get unavailability of copied them. Combined to create the current situation. On this factories though they have to be GNP, they have to be FDA inspector right, they have to still maintain the same quality standards as we have today, don't donate with. there has been a number of allegations recently the hub actually. Illuminated the process and the Lifan since in the process between Making sure that US base or a Western world based five thirty is inspected. Complies pursues facilities in other countries among other reasons. Access lows. Facilities for unscheduled visits is different. That! Creates a greater level of difficulty in ensuring. That indeed everything is up to compliance and in addition to. The ability the enforcement abilities different. deportation for data to be outside is inner or or forged is different That was very interesting testimony by genetic gluco. In Congress in October is available publicly available where agenda indicated that that he's leaving bit knowledge about exactly where angry Sarah manufacturer. So. I think that. is much easier for the regulators to. Issuer the compliance, a facilities are based in the US or Europe. Yes Oh This is a complex process, the pharmaceutical manufacturing, and so there you know the clip quality and the standardization of starting materials. And they'd mediates they all affect automating the impurities that might be president than product, right? And, so you had a testimony. To the Congress recently nothing you brought up some of these these factors from a risk perspective. What was the gentles Crohn's from the Congress. It was very interesting during the game, the proceedings ally level right with Siri striking woods that. They they kind of questions that I was getting from Democrats and Republicans very similar. And we don't get any politics, right? That was usually the case in the past. The to focus on different aspects the. Maybe, because they provide this money was the same day that Congress has been briefed on the pandemic. Swiss late January but they I would think the members of Congress that wearing the final, and they were in the comedian. There were quite a few actually were more than Clinton in their. Widow very concerned very concerned about the fragility of the supply chain is will be lethal imports. These we have been under shortages of a number of the art for years of shortages got worse the last.
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"rutgers university" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Survey conducted by Rutgers University and this was this is a nationwide survey but they were able to break it down into you know respondents from each state and according to this survey most people in New Jersey do not want the country to reopen yet wow that's surprises me and if you were to judge it by callers yesterday when we talked about this late in the show I guess that's what I'm doing right it seems overwhelming that people were but you know people just calling into a radio station that is not scientific it's not conducted the way you university polls are conducted but only six percent of the respondents from New Jersey said that the country ought to immediately reopen the economy and resume business activity only six Frank I never sent yes it says now I I'm not sure where the missing parts are here but this article by Dino Flambeau it says that thirty three percent say that they should not occur for more than eight weeks what eight weeks this is stunning twenty percent more said six to eight weeks so right there fifty three percent are saying at least wait a month and a half if not more that surprised me that's very surprising to me and the majority of people are also still saying that they are worried not so much about themselves contracting something but about a loved one contracting something yeah it's hoof yeah you would not know what by listeners to call into the state not at all and I'm not saying that that means the Rutgers University Paul was wrong I'm only saying you would not know it by listeners calling into this could get six that's all I'd say but we'll talk about that later on next our our phone number is one eight hundred two eight three one oh one point five all right there's there's a really really sad story here and you know if you share similar stories of these dumb and dangerous things you did as a kid I mean maybe they could serve as a cautionary tale but I feel for this family I feel terrible about the story there's a nineteen year old army reservists who died in New Jersey and his name is Christopher Pina it was as of Spotswood I'm he did that thing I could just picture this because we've all done stupid dumb Razi things when you're when you're young and you just kind of feel like you're a mortal they say that he was on a bicycle and he ends up grabbing onto the open passenger window I guess like the window frame of a car driven by an acquaintance so you know that's the police report way of saying it is go for around with friends I'm sure that's how this happened he's goofing around with friends it's something that probably so many of us did and and as as the cars driving you know he's pulling himself along by hanging onto it something went wrong there was an accident and he was pronounced dead at the scene mmhm and it's just awful and they're saying that no criminal charges have been filed they're still investigating it though but clearly it is this is just clearly gonna turn out to be one of these tragic cases where you think nothing's going to go wrong you're young you're ballsy I mean he was an army reservist he was I'm sure responsible guy in so many ways are you feeling mortal you feel immortal right that's my whole point is you know it's not like one of these things that people should look at this and say you know what a dope what we work all dopes within tight little narrow moments when we were young when you're a teenager maybe even early twenties when you're a kid I'm gonna use the term kid loosely because obviously you're an adult at eighteen I'm saying like young and can you relate to that and can you just see a story like that and you just think thank god because there was a time if something had gone wrong with me I clearly could have ended up the same way and I think it's safe to say this is more of a guy thing because guys just tend to be a little more the reckless side anyway but even some women even some women I mean I I I knew not a lot but I do girls when they first got their licenses they were just as dangerous drivers as we were just a handful but I remember like two or three in particular recent doing donuts it's like really you're doing a donut and often cruise parking lot it's place in raw and old place and really not there anymore but it's like yeah even girl sometimes so how true is it that we all did these dumb and dangerous things when you were young and what was yours what was your story what was the dumbest most dangerous thing that you probably did and yeah maybe was fun at the time maybe even looking back on it only because it did not go south on you maybe you could still even look at it fondly because everything turned out okay but I wouldn't I wouldn't throw stones I guess that's my point because haven't we all done something like this one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five I think the two stupidest things ever did that that would be relatable to that do you sell this is just the parking lots I'm saying that as if it absolves me but when it was snow we would hang on to the bumper just kinda get dragged along by the car see if you could you know slide like you're almost like you're skating have you had shoes on our boots or whatever it is have a good car drag around the parking lot I mean obviously could slip on the wheels anything could happen you did your head anything have you bring your costs down you hold on to the bumper and they were driving around the parking lot and these were friends of yours yes or just so I don't know we never latched on to people who didn't know no these were friends of course they would do their best to shake you there were you friends there's other kind of weapon the car absolutely there I know it's stupid no but I shudder to think my children might be listening but if you know it was it was a stupid thing to do and I should not have done it and you know what and and and this poor guy Christopher I'm sure had it not gone down but you know this this tragic way it did I'm sure twenty thirty years from now he'd been saying the same thing about that story true you know M. and look how similar that is it it involves vehicle involves hanging onto and pulling yourself one day he was on a bike you were sliding their feet on snow and ice but still how similar is that it is and you're right things could go wrong like this you said that was one of them was the other one okay one time and I'm particularly not proud of this one multi vehicle I did once ride on the hood of a car all right now bill in my defense yeah he went very slowly it was not a case where the guy was trying to shake this offer be a Jack **** about it and there's more than one person on the hook but yeah that was really really stupid that when I regret terribly what was this just like residential street yes neighborhood at night I'm going to assume yep how slow was he going would you guess very very slow like under the speed limits although without a doubt like you know you're talking twenty miles an hour so twenty fifty yeah yeah very slowly yeah that I never did that ever did but you know a lot of a lot of young people have and same thing like this sad story sometimes you hear that that same thing where somebody was good surfing and then something goes wrong when something goes wrong and then you know also in you really got to trust the driver wouldn't you know what if he's balls here than you are and he thinks just nothing's going to wriggle wrong he things you're more immortal than you even think there are any speeds of up to forty and he can't hold on and ma'am and I'm not sure and I'm not pleased with I'm not chastising go ahead I like that it's just it was a moronic things is one of the stupid things I've done in my life yet I didn't mean it like that I just meant that that I think we've all done this and it's like you look back and it's like there view no there but for the grace of god one of those things stickers let's take our first call just before the break Lenny in Tucker ten you're on New Jersey one one point five yeah how you doing guys okay Hey Lenny no I just call yeah I just got on the truck and I just call it yeah back in the I graduated ninety one back in the early nineties like at my friends and I we want to make it we made a decline from the comfort of a Hyundai do they like the third floor roof ledge of the house and we declined on the spending gap how did you are would you make it out of our product is really thick rope like really big boat wrote the music like a like a like a cart wheel with a little powers throw it you know like a little and cute little and what did you guys used to hang on I mean obviously a rope burn your hands you had like some kind of device like thrown over the rope yeah we had we had a we had left us we had like a wooden handle little or small like Neil Barnes Ramberg something like that without love to avoid and not about what it meant it was the house of one of your friends yeah okay Sunday was a my friend hunger up his contact who got hurt I did how bad not real bad I think I might add a little bit when I got that one I got from the top of the house down with it down to the ground by I was coming down pretty fast and my feet hit the ground at the account level but little bit I was kind of dirty I don't know yeah my face hurt you but I think I I tweak my act last night I think they have to give me a ride home god thanks for your calls exactly we're talking about yeah like let's say that the vice just snaps when you're still up top you got three feet on the zip line and your three stories up and that thing just broke right off the road.
"rutgers university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Rutgers University continuing studies offering online opportunities for professional development and for fully online degrees records your lifelong learning partner more info at lifelong learning dot Rutgers dot EDU democracy requires a free press your station is W. NYC ninety three point nine FM and AM eight twenty your news your conversation now I have two days thinking about things to come and he did something has the last five and about the world it's something going on there are in about and some twenty some days bring your friends because it's then thank it is there are things the.
"rutgers university" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Every time I look there's always some sort of update Rutgers University is canceling classes Thursday and Friday and is gonna move all instruction went students come back from spring break online far less is online they call this an unprecedented response to the corona virus outbreak and we're hearing this more and more this is not just Rucker's thing more more you know in one form or another schools are doing this my wife's school is closing down one day next week for students but staff has to go simply to talk about and learn how to teach online from a remote location while because they're anticipating this now and this is happening more and more we're schools have either already shut down are shutting down just to go over the protocol of how to accomplish this he would probably have that meeting tonight at the rate this is going well I don't know and then did you hear this moon you probably heard this is this because back in the last hour this was released I think NCAA tournament might have empty buildings really all you have not heard that has not heard that listen to this okay tournament begins in a week the first four games university of Dayton arena Ohio okay the governor of Ohio Mike DeWine he is recommending that there be no spectators allowed for indoor sports activities including high school college or professional teams so I mean imagine that yeah imagine how weird so that's going to be we're gonna telecast list and it's gonna be empty seats yeah no one's going to be there at has that ever happened before certainly not here I know that every member seeing something like in in Europe I mean sure any Mets game right right well over in Europe they actually played some fanless games I forget where exactly but it was a penalty because the crowds were getting into too many fights yellow god okay that's that's different that's the sad reason never in my lifetime has been here for something like this like this yet wow that's just could be so strange all right now we're not making this up this is straight from CNN and many other news organizations are doing the same thing people are now reporters are now putting out these fun lists other songs to sing inside your head to make sure that you're washing your hands for at least twenty seconds you have a CDC they recommended at least twenty seconds washing your hands and to time twenty seconds by in your head singing Happy Birthday twice right right yeah who wants to sing that was initially five time Grammy songs we're helping people call it and there are news organizations actually putting these lists out that's were goofing around about the lives of his own call in what would be a good hand washing jam something fun something upbeat that did you know that the like the hook would be a good twenty seconds to wash one eight hundred two eight three one one point five Larry on the parkway you're on the Jersey one one point five a liar Larry white my song my song would be to the tune of my Sharon a by the knack you're just saying this five time using washing my hands washing up washing up my hands and then you're saying die die die corona at the end I know you want to do a little okay weird al you will do little parody song here if you wanna do you wanna sing it over the timer okay I'll kick it off go ahead I want to go Watson Monahans washing up washing up my hands plus a minute plus enough washing up on it washing my hands washing up washing up my hand wash my hands washing up washing up on his dog dog dog a corona men Larry that was welcome it's do you recall who tuned in at that moment just when Larry started what the hell is going on that was excellent I don't know how you drive yourself crazy though just gonna push my hand washing my hands washing my hands I'm Larry washing my hands washing up washing up I don't know how the man died died died corona C. I think more like see I'm thinking like my nose is running my nose is running my nose is running anything yeah something something all right I thank you for whatever that yeah let's go to a agent in union AJ help us out here you're on the Jersey one one point five Hey there it was so funny so here is what my son is so upbeat and not addressing it all and I timed it deregulated so I know what works black pearl jam final versus with me trying to think what the final versus I know Sunday hold on do you not do you do you know this I have no idea right now I don't think I do I'll follow hi Sally hold on hold on a minute I'm googling it all hold on I put I put pearl ham yeah Pearl Jam the infamous cover band allow jam the poorly named Pearl Jam cover band and every all right so you're saying the last I know some day you'll have a beautiful life yeah L. partridge in like twenty one seconds okay we're gonna what we're we're gonna let you do this three two one oh got I know soon day you'll have a beautiful last I know you in samba DLCs scab what I what I what I need he Janet D. for her the jobYou J. I was going to die corona nonsense as Florida all right very good that's a that's a better song them see we're just keeping people alive one hand wash at a time Carl ham it's like a Muppet band it came up and cover band for Pearl Jam it's a pain to get any better costumes it Pam in Hillsboro you're in New Jersey one one point five hi guys follow it's not a competition it's time well I can't see credit with it but I thought on Facebook and it's the one right disco song song are you getting so excited I love the thong song I can't remember it that address is scandalous you have to say I'm not like I remember that but I can't remember the words to shockingly we don't have in the system unless you want to do a few bars Pam yeah rethinking the hooker like the or the or like just the beginning of the song well they still I don't think it's one one eight but but the causing any all right as long as you okay wait yeah all right do you wanna do this alone Pam no no no we I'll do with you can all right one three got she has like a truck and I was like what like what what what what what and she had them like a truck thank what what what all night long god save well again you miss you just saved another life.
"rutgers university" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Rutgers University record is undefeated at home they're a perfect sixteen and and within the big time they're currently tied for third with a few other schools including Michigan state which effect as the preseason number one so but a bit of a weird season for college basketball but records is certainly you know proving to be on the good side of that where I pay when Higgins of the Wall Street journal the rise of Rutgers basketball with politics people to judge is offering a highly unusual proposition is revolutionary messenger trying to deliver a safe package prospects for Mister bush to judge the former mayor of south bend Indiana or hard to gauge they'll because the profile he presents is so different Jerry side executive Washington editor at the Wall Street journal says whether voters find it intriguing or a bridge too far is the question he now has laid on the table Jerry your take well he's kind of two different things at the same time one is kind of a revolutionary figure in the sense that he's the first openly gay candidate to ever be a serious presidential candidate would be is only thirty eight years old which makes him young enough to be not just on the grand son of Joe Biden Bernie Sanders to the pope he's running against any trying to make a leap from mayor of a medium medium sized American city south bend Indiana to president which has never really been done before so he's kind of a revolutionary figure at least a counter revolutionary profile but at the same time he's kind of all also offering himself as kind of a safe middle of the road fairly moderate candidate leased by today's democratic standard you know he does propose to spend nearly as much money as Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders he isn't and eager to basically turn the healthcare system over to the government as some of the more progressive candidates are he has kind of service a modest approach to raising teacher salaries which makes him different from some other people he doesn't talk about taking away assault weapons but having involuntary bye bye bye back on all those ways he's he's kind of in the middle of the current democratic pack so and he's trying to be appeal appeal the progressives as kind of a young totally new kind of candidate while appeal to moderates and older voters by being essentially a middle of the road guy in terms of policy you know when we think of Bernie Sanders Medicare for all comes to mind when it's Joe Biden it's got the experience with people to judge what is it I'm a war what issues does he want us to believe he champions well I think he basically first of all is the is the the the champion of generational change that is time to have a new look at all these issues not just one or two of them in particular I think he wants to be seen as the guy who has practical plans you know that his his healthcare plan is a Medicare for all as an option that is a requirement and it's a way to say we're going to have a progressive move forward but not a revolution and that is that basically his calling card in the same thing is true on a whole lot of issues including for example was too low to forget some of them but not all of them and his big public to college free for some students for eighty percent of Americans but not for all of them so you take a list of issues on which other candidates have tried to plant their flag and you see the judge having a a position in the because somewhere down the path but nothing is not as far down the path and I think what he is saying is two things a posing practical plans that can actually get done and be my and this is I think is real calling card I am a candidate who's here to unite people not to fight and and divide people further and that's a the president trump but also a comparison to people like Bernie Sanders and was before you think he's gotten a pass from his rival candidates so far in terms so well okay his record among the African American community in south bend you know I'd say he'd gotten sort of a pass in the last couple weeks you get hammered pretty well now and this is now inevitable you become a strong contender and particularly if you're a contender who is basically taking votes away from both the progressive candidates and the moderate candidates and that's what happened in Iowa you're gonna get hammered from both sides and he is now getting hammered from both sides and I think one of the tests in their Hampshire primary and then at about at South Carolina wants to come is whether he can sustain those attacks because the fairly new speak with Gerry side executive Washington editor at the Wall Street journal this piece is called people to judge stakes out a unique space in the democratic field yeah I was reading a reaction to your column some of the comments and somebody pointed out that they like people to judge because he doesn't rants or yeah or things like that is that is that what is that widespread that that type of appeal right you know I think he hopes it is I mean it's a very definitely what he is trying to do here is present a different kind of candidacy both in terms of substance in profile but also in terms of telling them is you know that was a word that you hear most Elizabeth Warren and and for Bernie Sanders and I think increasingly from Joe Biden is fight they want to fight and you know Donald Trump makes everybody want to fight the judges basically saying I am here to smooth the waters is very Bob alike in that way you know I don't I think we should all calm down and figure out ways to have this debate without yelling at each other so much Mister Jerry side executive Washington editor at the Wall Street journal it's thirteen minutes.
"rutgers university" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Legit talk of March madness at Rutgers University record is undefeated at home there are a perfect sixteen and and within the big time they're currently tied for third with a few other schools including Michigan state which effect as the preseason number one so but a bit of a weird season for college basketball but record is certainly you know proving to be on the good side of that where I pay wage Higgins of the Wall Street journal the rise of Rutgers basketball politics people to judge is offering a highly unusual proposition he's revolutionary messenger trying to deliver a safe package prospects for Mister bush to judge the former mayor of south bend Indiana or hard to gauge they'll because the profile he presents is so different Jerry side executive Washington editor at the Wall Street journal says whether voters find it intriguing or a bridge too far is the question he now has laid on the table Jerry your take well he's kind of two different things at the same time one is kind of a revolutionary figure in the sense that he the first openly gay candidate to ever be a serious presidential candidate would be is only thirty eight years old which makes him young enough to be not just on the grand son of Joe Biden Bernie Sanders to the pope he's running against any trying to make a leap from mayor a medium medium sized American cities up in Indiana to president which has never really been done before so he's kind of a revolutionary figure at least a counter revolutionary profile but at the same time these kind of all also offering himself as kind of a safe middle of the road fairly moderate candidate leased by today's democratic standard you know he does propose to spend nearly as much money as it was a porn and Bernie Sanders he isn't as eager to basically turn the healthcare system over to the government as some of the more progressive candidates are he has kind of service a modest approach to raising teacher salaries which makes him different from some other people he doesn't talk about taking away assault weapons but having a voluntary bye bye bye back on all those ways he's he's kind of in the middle of the current democratic pack so that he's trying to be appeal appeal to progressive as kind of a young totally new kind of candidate while appeal to moderates and older voters by being essentially a middle of the road guy in terms of policy you know when we think of Bernie Sanders Medicare for all comes to mind when it's Joe Biden it's got the experience with people to judge what is it I'm a war what issues does he want us to believe he champions well I think he basically first of all is the is the the the champion of generational change that it's time to have a new look at all these issues not just one or two of them in particular I think he wants to be seen as the guy who has practical plans you know that his his healthcare plan is that Medicare for all as an option not a requirement and it's a way to say we're going to have a progressive move forward but not a revolution and that is that basically his calling card in the same thing is true on a whole lot of issues including for example a student will forget some of them but not all of them and hit make public college free for some students for eighty percent of Americans but not for all of them so you take a list of issues on which other candidates have tried to play at the flag and you having a a position that goes somewhere down the path but nothing is not as far down the path and I think what he is saying is two things a I am proposing practical plans that can actually get done and be my and this is I think is real calling card I am a candidate who's here to unite people not to fight and and divide people further and that's a comparison to president trump but also a comparison to people like Bernie Sanders knowledge before you think he's gotten a pass from his rival candidates so far in terms of say his record among the African American community in south bend you know I'd say he'd gotten sort of a pass in the last couple of weeks you get hammered pretty well now and this is now inevitable you become a strong contender and prickly if you're a contender who is basically taking votes away from both the progressive candidates and the moderate candidates and that's what happened in Iowa you're gonna get hammered from both sides and he is now getting hammered from both sides and one of the tests in their Hampshire primary and then at about at South Carolina wants to come is whether he can sustain those attacks because a fairly new speak with Gerry side executive Washington editor at the Wall Street journal this piece is called people to judge stakes out a unique space in the democratic field yeah I was reading a reaction to your column some of the comments and somebody pointed out that they like people to judge because he doesn't rants or yell or things like that is that is that what that widespread that the type of appeal right you know I think he hopes it is I mean it's very definitely what he is trying to do here is present a different kind of candidacy both in terms of substance in profile but also in terms of tone is made of the word that you hear most Elizabeth Warren and and for Bernie Sanders and I think increasingly from Joe Biden is fight they want to fight and you know Donald Trump makes everybody want to fight the judges basically saying I am here to smooth the waters is very bomb alike in that way you know I don't I think we should all calm down and figure out ways to have this debate without yelling at each other so much Mister Jerry side executive Washington editor at the Wall Street journal it's thirteen minutes.
"rutgers university" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Marquee game Rutgers University Rutgers oh boy records one of the worst teams you'll ever see is going up against one of the best teams in the nation and think about this okay Ohio state for as good as they are they do not have chase young this week who is chase young Vince well chase young it all is just the guy that might go number one overall in the draft he's an incredible dominant pass rusher that has it's like a ridiculous amount of Saxony short number of games he's incredibly great now she's young has been suspended by the NCAA for rules that are silly and dumb and it did not the time for that but he's not going to be in that game as much as it is a clear mismatch no what do you think the spread is on a game like that one of the best teams in the country verse one of the worst don't have one of the best players you know twenty eight points is college football afterall as much as the NFL games if you feel like a blog you see fourteen point you go WO absent spread so maybe twenty eight maybe okay no not quite wow not twenty eight points out thirty five could it be a thirty five points right I see those once in awhile nope not thirty five point spread how many points fifty two that is absurd fifty two point is absurd how do I don't even know how that's possible fifty the expectation is that Rutgers will lose by fifty two points for right either I feel like it's it's not that version of ace Ventura I feel like it's the when he grabs his **** and talks ace Ventura what is it like I just I don't know it's it's what do you say when you're the head coach at Rutgers and you're expected to lose by fifty two do not go in there that's the truth well let me ask you this jeep herself in front of the board changed if you are a mess you're on rockers you're a football player they're expecting you to go into a game where you're going to lose by at least fifty two are you excited to go into the play that game Nov in some faking injury yeah that's Monaghan I woke up the hamstrings cuts like I will go up a little thing in my neck can't really go today sorry coach yeah who's the call I don't even know who your coach because we fire the other guy who was here earlier I don't even know who you are but Hey coach I can't really play yeah I go today there's no way it what is the state like Ben are you are you getting beat up are you excited as a player on records to get crushed by at least fifty two points I'm if I'm like that ninetieth guy in the bench probably because I'm thinking Hey I might actually get in this game that's a good thought actually for those with those few guys those few pockets and a college rosters are so ridiculously big that does give you a chance to actually play it's like oh well we're down forty seven and it's the second quarter maybe we should get this car a lot of them probably are thinking to like Hey can we for after the game I get to shake hands with a bunch of guys will be in the NFL that's true that might be a little little get up in the loser yeah if you if you could get a Jersey signed by one of those guys that Ohio state that you know it may well no actually what you can't profit off yeah you can't prop no so I got this she saw an autograph what am I gonna do with it yes it's worthless that is the other thing too right we're just talking about how the the backup players could get into the game because of the blow out being so bad how does it feel to be a bench warmer on a team that's expected to lose by fifty two I'll tell you what their parents that are going there and the kids probably like Hey mom I might get in this game they'll probably be walking out the doors at half time with the rest of the city you're a loser oh god it's just such a horrible big fifty two points it makes me giggle if you want to give it a.
"rutgers university" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Minutes police camera video shows the chancellor of rutgers university's newark campus flaunting her position shoving if i missed my plane you folks are in trouble at campus officers were investigating a fender bender involving her driver in a parked police s._u._v. despite the rantings the officers remain calm throughout the incident once they had the details they let her and her driver continue university says she has since apologized no tickets were issued a proposed new jersey law wants to set the state's first hard rules on the number of affordable housing units that must be constructed under the measure a new project with thirty or more units must be at least twenty-five percent devoted to those earning load middle income assemblywoman brittany timberlake says her inclusionary zoning bill can reduce this placement of residents in urban areas looking to gentrify and help suburban areas meet affordable housing obligations already in place there's no one silver bullet or or special fix for portable housing it really does take a lot lot of different approaches seek it right opponents of the measure say it can actually send the affordable housing situation backwards in new jersey if the obligation makes fewer projects financially viable for developers dino flam me on new jersey one oh one point five news how many jerseys first news five twenty-three texas cairo's woman says the federal government has removed most of the children from a remote border patrol station near el paso following reports more than three hundred children were detained in squad conditions the conditions included inadequate food water and sanitation this follows a report last week older children were trying to take care of infants and toddlers of the facility in clint texas only about thirty children now remain new jersey senator bob menendez is introducing new federal gun safety legislation it would ban the manufacture sale and possession of a gun silencer help empower americans to respond act or here comes on the heels of the mass shooting in virginia beach last month or the shooter used the silencer to help kill a dozen people everyone needs to be able to hear when their lives are in danger and that's why i'm introducing the here act the senator said that in virginia beach shooting the silenced forty five caliber weapon sounded like a nail gun at the end of the day if you could hear weapon you just might save a life chad robinson new jersey one zero.
"rutgers university" Discussed on 790 KABC
"When I say that Cory Booker is a fraud. I mean that most literal sense I mean man is legitimately a fraud. You'll recall that a few years ago. There was a big controversy because he made up a friend. He made up his Newark friend Eliana Johnson, who's now reporter for the Washington Post at the time writing for national review talked about this street character who he'd known who had turned out was a composite from his life right here is here's Eliana Johnson writing about this. She says the tail is one Booker admits he's told a million times according to the Newark star-ledger Ronald race junior. A Newark city councilman and Booker ally who has known the mayor since nineteen ninety eight says the T-Bone story was a fixture of booker's unsuccessful two thousand to may oral bid against corrupt newer, political boss, sharp, change what exactly. Was the story. T-bone was a drug pusher. That mayor said threatened his life at one turn and sobbed on his shoulder at the next. The problem is that T-Bone does not exist. T-bone? He'll never set. Right. Never sat right with Rutgers University history. Professor Clement price Booker supporter who told national review online. He found the mayor story offensive because it pandered to stereotype of inner city. Black men T-Bone price says is a southern inflicted named. You're not you would expect to run into something or someone T-Bone in Memphis, not Newark. So T-Bone turns out is fake. And this is not the first time that the burgers lied about things. But it just shows the guy is just a fraud. And the media are going to treat him as the second coming because they've always treated him as the second coming because he does weird quirky things the media likes. He's a vegan. And he likes to talk about he gets manicures. All right. So he left the city in shambles. He's been garbage. Senator. He was this whole he came into the Senate promising bipartisan cooperation, and then one of his first moves was to endorse the awful Iran GIO over the objections. A lot of his own Jewish supporters in a world of people who buy politically who are going to say anything to get elected. There is some good news. There is a little bit of good news. If you missed the deadline to sign up for healthcare insurance, and more importantly, if you signed up for a plan that you're just not happy with you still have a choice. It's called meta share meta share is a Christian healthcare sharing program. It's been around for twenty five years. They have more than four hundred thousand members now around the country and get this over.
"rutgers university" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"School. So I'll be going to Rutgers University on full scholarship for for a medical school graduation. Thank you very much. So yes. So he's my my primary motivation behind that anyone that I can help prevent, you know, dying prematurely is definitely something. I plan on doing really sorry to hear that sounds like you're channeling his memory in this very positive way. Absolutely have to you know, you have to let the bad experiences and things you go through that are negative. You know, come out on the right side and use it to. To do something positive really changed. The course I definitely could have come to my environment. And the cars that were were dealt for me. But I didn't. And I wanted to to to pause, you know, do something positive and really change change the world. So while you're on a brief break from that journey of positivity. Serious negative. Badgered, you the world tell me about you and survivor, and what got you crazy because you know, everyone sees it. As obviously it's v very challenging mental emotional and physical journey, but for me a survivor actually, aired the spring after my it premiered the spring after my father's passing. And I watched it growing up literally as an escape like to to help me escape what I was going through. And it was often they're, you know, giving me hope in times where I felt hopeless so survivor in my relationship is definitely on a deeper level personal level. Obviously there's the game in a million dollars on the line. And I'm ready to come out here and play. Represent what it represents for me as a lot deeper. And I think that that motivation in that connection for me it's gonna be of benefit in this game. I think when you have that that desire, and that pure heart that motivation outside of the game to be here into really fine. What your purposes for being here? That that supersedes anything, you know, and that allows you to go beyond any type of pain or or trauma. You're filling out on the Fiji beaches to really get to the end and win this game. So I'm really excited so growing up with survivor of really big way with that being such a huge part of your life. What is it like feel like to be here? You know, be in this oddly shaded spot in the middle of the jungle with bug bites. I literally have to like scratch myself at these bug bites to wake myself because oftentimes feels like I'm having an out of out of body experience because I'm like holy cow. Like, I'm really on survivor like who gets to say that, you know, there's a very select group of people that get to go through this experience. And I'm one of them, you know, and who am I? Just regular me. And it's just it's just mind blowing like Jeff Ted. There's no shortage of people who wanna be on this show. But there is people that we wanna see play this game. And I'm honored like it is literally a privilege for me to be here in the seat of who people watching at home with die to be here. So I'm not looking to squander this. You know this experience, and I'm definitely living in the moment. And ready to you know, Steve everything that it has coming for me, even all the negative. So so what does that mean that you're not gonna squander it? Like, how are you? How are you approaching the game like coming into this? You've had a lot of time to think about what if you were on survivor still, you know, as superfan and somebody that really loves this game squandering it is coming out here not playing and I don't mean by going home or simply not giving any effort. I mean by just coming out here and just literally riding coat tails, not really here to play the game. That's spot. Somebody at home that is you know, has been trying to ply and get on the show for ten years would never do..
"rutgers university" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Entertainment of its listening audience, Guinea publication, rebroadcast re transmission or commercial use of descriptions and accounts of this game without the express written consent of IMG college and Rutgers University is prohibited. The announcers are selected by IMC college and approved by Rutgers University back here at the rack Rutgers winning tonight over Nebraska's seventy six sixty nine Jerry Recco. Joe Boylan with you as we take a look at some of the numbers from tonight's game. And there's a lot of good ones. I can tell you that because we've set it over and over a lot of contributions, first and foremost Montas Mathis plays almost thirty four minutes. He goes for twenty points new season high for him career-best, nine rebounds as well as he led. The team actually didn't lead the team, but he had nine rebounds in the game as well as the team with five offensive rebounds. Which not exactly a guy. You would think I would have five offense of rebounds. But he was scrappy and all over the place. He shot seven of sixteen had himself a well of a ballgame. Then there's miles Johnson who ties his career-best and points with thirteen has a new career high in rebounds with eleven he had four assists in the game. A couple of blocks shots. He did absolutely everything. He also scored eight of rutger's final fourteen points all doing it with four fouls on him. So he was a beast tonight. And he had himself one heck of a ballgame. Geo Baker sixteen points, thirteen of those come in the second half. He was that good in the second half Peter kissing eight points at a big three in this game. And some big free throws as well. Five five from the line. You got five points Ron Harper junior. And yes, you Gino Marie was back. He played twenty five minutes and his night was five points, you'd me eight points, six rebounds and his presence was felt because. He had a lot of hustle plays under the basket. And it was all good for Rutgers as they held Nebraska to thirty six percent shooting should be thirty five percent shooting in the second half. While they shot forty seven percent in the second half were mentioned, Nebraska. James Palmer, and Glenn Watson junior combined to shoot eleven of twenty eight. So Rutgers did a really good job a lot of contested shots. Palmer did of twenty two Watson fourteen and sixteen for Isaac Copeland. But for the most part Rutgers did a really good job defensively on them in this game holding a team to average that averages almost eighty points again to sixty nine tonight show. Absolutely. And this is a team that played Michigan state at Michigan state. A very very close game. Seventy sixty four game the game was in doubt with two minutes ago. So this is a terrific win for Rutgers. I think oh both ends of the floor. They really did. A lot of good things thought geo really had had in the second half the rescue came out and took that little spurt to take the lead forty-three thirty five. And then you. G? Okay. Bound hit that big three mirror for the right corner. Up from the bench. It kind of got Rutger. Rutgers started this kind of relaxed and and from then on I just thought they played the probably the best half a basketball. They played all year. Great question because everybody contributed and it was a nice game. It was a free good free flowing basketball game or both ends of the floor and Rutgers shoots twenty-five free throws again. And that's two games in a row that they've shot twenty five twenty six free throws. So you can see the the coaching the maturity this team take less three's. Take the ball inside get to the free throw line and caused problems for the other team. So that seems to be a formula going forward, and how about the balanced back from Friday night a game that they absolutely thought was winnable. It was winnable at forty nine all they wind up taking on a Nebraska team at listen. We're walking around talking to people before. For the game. And I don't necessarily mean Rutgers people I mean, reporters and people covering the game. All you heard was this Nebraska five is tough won miss, and it was a tough game. But to come back and win this one after losing on Friday. It says a lot about this. They were really down. I was with two coaches after the game the other night. And and I think there were disappointed in the way they played and it says a lot for this team and the coaching staff to get themselves back up. And I think you gotta give geo Baker a lot of credit his his emotional press conference after the northwestern game was pretty impressive for a young young man to be that open about how he felt about the team at about the program where it was going, and he truly is a leader. And he proved it in the second half tonight. Just team is getting better. No question about it. Now, there's no question you're a hundred percent right about that tonight's assists of the game. Brought to you by our fund be the difference. And support our scarlet knights today. Now, and then indeed goes two miles Johnson who had four of them and a lot of them came in traffic and all about the. The outstanding performance of the game. Brought to you by your local New Jersey Audi dealers, proud sponsor of Rutgers athletics. And this was hard because miles Johnson could be it could be Montas mad. This could be GO Baker. So all three of them take a share in that prize because it was pretty good. All right next up. You've got the road trip in the bus trip now on Friday for Saturday's game at Penn State this team should be flying high going into that. Yeah. Penn State is a is a tough place to play in the sense. They're usually not too many people there. It's kind of a quiet building. And they're struggling a little bit. They still have very good players. But they just haven't seemed to put it together this year, so far so and Rutgers not gonna sneak up on them. No. There's no doubt about it. I mean, you when you win a game like this. It's a message to the rest of the league that you know, we're coming for you, essentially, right? And you're going to be ready for this team. And you know, you've got to be ready now for you, Gino Marie? Maybe he snuck up on the Brassica a little bit. I suppose he's not gonna sneak up on Penn State. I remember Tom Izzo after. The Michigan state game here. Doc you to him saying, you know, hey this team's going to be good. This is this is going to be a tough out. And I think they proved it tonight and for the for this program in these coaches, this is a big win the best starting five in the league coming in after a tough loss on the road. Yep. Nebraska was ready tonight. And Rutgers took their punch early withstood it and then came out the second half. And just outplayed them and outscored them they scored forty three points. Rutgers did in the second half. So that's a terrific effort by everybody. Joe? Great job tonight. We will see you Saturday at Penn State to Jerry was fun. This these kind of games are.