UNTIL RUTGERS IS SET FREE FROM COMMERCIALIZED DIV IA ATHLETICS 

We will not excuse. We will not equivocate. We will not retreat a single step. And we will be heard.

the "hot chicks" thread

( Listen to boosters discussing typical

booster-type topics)

Booster Voices

Q & A: What is an

"Honors College"?

Mason Gross and Dr. Lewis Thomas on the mentality behind

The Barchi Plan for the RU Brand

Ditzco strikes back!

with strip-mall architecture

featuring

blaring TV!

nonstop commercials!

prison-block residential complex

retail stores!

fast food franchises!

For context see

Devco's desecration of our Old Queens campus

 

Update: the Devco Horror 

Rutgers 1000 mourns the passing of two longtime alumni supporters

 

Rudolph S. Rasin, Rutgers College '53

1930 - 2014

Bert Vorcheimer, Rutgers College, '55

1933 - 2014

 

 

A=. . . and gentlemen in England now abed

Shall think themselves accursed they were not here,

And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks

That fought with us upon Saint Crispin's day.

--Shakespeare, Henry the Fifth, 4.3

From The Philadelphia Inquirer:

Rutgers Law Professor Michael Livingston

on

Rutgers in the Barchi/Flood Era

Rutgers Economics  Professor

Mark Killingsworth

on

 

Bob Barchi's revenue fantasy

 

Latest news on

BOG 1776 Charter Scholarships

 

The "Big Ten" is a BIG mistake

 "At division IA schools, 'amateur' is to 'athletics' what 'electric' is to 'chair'."

-- Peter Postlewaite

Three guesses what these names

have in common:

Shari Acho
Mike Adams
Brian Ballorini
Paul Belting
Krista Bird
Howie Brown
Corey Brown
Louis Bullock
Morgan Burke
John Chadima
Maurice Clarett
Luther Clay
Mary Sue Coleman
Harry Combes
Tim Curley
Travon Davis
Jamal Davis
Ron Dayne
Phil Dickens
Bobby DiGeronimo
Ron Dunlap
Pete Elliott
Jamar Fletcher
Gordon Gee
Andy Geiger
Thaddeus Gibson
Gregory Gill
Peter Gray
Rick Greenspan
John Hagen
Jordan Hall
Jewel Hampton
Clem Haskins
Julie Hermann
Dan Herron
Travis Howard
Derrell Johnson-Koulianos
Phil Jones
Andy Katzenmoyer
Gene Keady
Frank Kendrick
Aaron Kniffi

Steve Kuberski
Maurice Linton
Dennis Lundy
Ed Martin
Robert Marve
Mayes McLain
Michael McRobbie
Willis Mercer
Marc Mills
Jim O'Brien
George Perles
Tim Pernetti
Lawrence Phillips
DeVier Posey
Terrell Pryor
Vance Redfern
Mike Rice
Pat Richter
Eddie Rife
Adam Robinson
Kim Roslovic
Kelvin Sampson
Jerry Sandusky
Boban Savovi
Gary Schultz
Michael Senters
Sue Shand
Kevin Shapiro
Gene Smith
Graham Spanier
Tom Stidham
Neal Stoner
Maurice Taylor
Deon Thomas
Solomon Thomas
Robert Traylor
Jim Tressel
Chris Webber
Adam Wegher
Mike White
John Wiley
Mark Yudof
 

 It's SLEAZY

It's CORRUPT

It's DISREPUTABLE

and it's

ACADEMICALLY

AND INTELLECTUALLY BANKRUPTP

 

THERE'S STILL TIME!

GET RUTGERS OUT OF THE "BIG TEN"

 

Jersey Shore marketing from the Rutgers Foundation

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BACK BY NATIONAL DEMAND

Pro & Con: the "standard" arguments

Joe Queenan in the Wall Street Journal

Julie Hermann, Anthony Weiner

and the

Redeeming Power of Chutzpah

Tampa Bay to Schiano: "'Keep hackin'!"

For reasons we do not fully grasp, a recent news item in a Florida newspaper reminded our older members of a RU1000 web feature devoted many years ago to Rutgers coach El Supremo and his sidekick Robin Mulcavity, the two individuals who in their day did so much to destroy Rutgers' reputation as an old eastern university and distinguished institution of higher learning. They found it brought back many fond memories.

El Supremo: a Rutgers Bedtime Story

Carl Kirschner, AD for the Ages

 

"DEAN CARL KIRSCHNER

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY

SCARLET KNIGHT FOOTBALL"

 

Wording on the framed plaque given to Dean Carl Kirschner by the Rutgers Athletics Department in recognition of services provided to the athletics program. Kirschner, well known as a Rutgers athletics supporter, was for many years permitted to travel to away games on the same airplane as the football team.

Former Rutgers Dean Carl Kirschner (right), seen here in intimate colloquy with former Athletic Director "Bob" Mulcahy.

Among his many other services to the Athletics Department, Kirschner won signal recognition for admitting to Rutgers one Damaso Munoz, a football recruit whose credentials included a substantial number of credits purchased for $399 at "University High School," a storefront operation specializing in preparing candidates for admission to universities with Div IA athletics programs.

Kirschner first served as interim athletic director when AD "Bob" Mulcahy was fired in connection with questionable financial manipulations.More recently, serving as interim AD after "Tim" Pernetti was fired in connection with a national scandal involving basketball coach Mike Rice, Kirschner played a major role in the hiring of basketball coach Eddie Jordan, a proud Rutgers alumnus who, as it happens, never graduated from the university, a fact that somehow eluded Carl Kirshner's amazing "due diligence" committee:

 "I have come to know Eddie Jordan as an open, honest and terrific person to lead our men's basketball program," said interim athletic director Carl Kirschner in the press release announcing Jordan's appointment. "Rutgers is very fortunate to have Eddie return to his alma mater to restore pride in the program."

One verified Rutgers alumnus described Jordan's 5-year contract, amounting to $6.25 million, as "obscenely expensive." Another Rutgers alumnus remarked, "with people like Kirschner on board, we don't have to worry anymore about Rutgers going into a death spiral. It's guaranteed."

Edward Jordan, Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni

Karl Kirschner's Latest Coup!

Whitman, Einstein, Bill Bradley elected to Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni

Rutgers alumnus Walt Whitman

From the Archives

   

The Drake Group's 2012

ROBERT MAYNARD HUTCHINS

AWARD

Acceptance Speech

Rutgers and the

"APR" Fig Leaf