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YouTube sensation Lilly Singh recently revealed that she will be taking Carson Daly’s slot on the NBC late-night lineup with her own show, “A Little Late with Lilly Singh.” Since the beginning of her entertainment career, Singh fell in love with YouTube, since it's a diverse platform and creative space where anyone can produce content.
We hear about people’s sex lives in media far too often. Just recently it was the virgin "Bachelor" Colton Underwood – the producers of the show made sure everyone knew he was a virgin every time the show aired. The popular topic of conversation kept people intrigued and captivated viewers to come back the following week to see if the discussion has changed. Now, even after the show finished airing, people are still talking about his virginity.
The evolution of art has come a long way, especially with the development of new techniques and elements over time. It has been in our field of vision for quite some time, making art one of the most important characteristics of human existence. Art can come in many forms and is practiced by all cultures across the globe. It has taken on new meanings through concepts such as religion, landmarks and even in politics. But in recent years, artificial intelligence (AI) has been taking over art, a fear for artists as technology replaces jobs in common fields of human endeavors.
Technology has been changing the way we view education. For a long time now, educators have been cutting back on textbooks and investing in advanced technology to enhance learning, from PowerPoints to online test-taking. Podcasting has been around for a while now, and although it may not be as popular as it used to be, it's coming back as one of the most effective learning tools in educational systems.
During the 2019 Grammy Awards, viewers got a sneak peek of the live-action remake of Disney’s classic animated movie, “Aladdin.” From the first look at the film, revealed on the cover of Entertainment Weekly earlier this year, actor Will Smith portrayed Genie while looking fairly human. His hair was in a long ponytail, accompanied by a very long goatee, but being that it was similar to the animation, this look was expected. Still, many wondered if Smith would portray the character as he appears in the animated film, and to those watching the Grammys, Genie was finally revealed.
After swift backlash against the plan to remove it, the internet finally relaxed when Netflix announced that the classic sitcom “Friends” would still be available on its streaming service in 2019. Yet, some customers don’t seem to realize the underlying impact of keeping another program on the site. The consequences of the collective sigh of relief is already turning many binge-watchers to drop the streaming site and switch over to another company.
We're in the final days of January, which is National Soup Month. That distinction shouldn't come across as a coincidence or a surprise. Soup seems to be one of the most comforting foods to keep us warm, especially during the cold winter nights that have stumbled upon us.
When will companies stay out of politics? That’s the burning question that has been causing quite a political debate ever since the men’s grooming company, Gillette, released an ad that covers a plethora of cultural issues. Beauty, clothing and product companies have almost always marketed to one gender so the framework of this controversy is understandable. Still, history shows that imposing certain “standards” is just a marketing technique and companies will do whatever it takes to sell their products, even if that means being “too political.”
The holiday season is here, and now that Thanksgiving is over, it's time to break out the baking sheets and start warming up the kitchen to prepare everyone’s favorite holiday dinner. Though people rarely have time to bake and cook amid the rush of shopping and spending time with family, there's no easy way around it. Having a few prepared meal ideas ahead of time is a great start to beating the rush. Don’t wait until the last minute to cook an entire dinner, prepare drinks and worry about cleaning up. Instead, the recipes below will help get your holiday feast on the table in record time without the stress and hassle.
The holiday season is not complete without some type of stress. Whether it's because you're studying for finals, baking cookies for your entire family or purchasing gifts, the holiday rush can be extremely tiring. The prospect of a Secret Santa gift exchange among friends and family might be enough to give you a headache, but it can also turn into a really exciting time.
The holiday season is here, and that means eating all that we can without limits. One of the best side effects of the holidays is the endless amount of food that comes with it. From Christmas to Hanukkah, the wintertime means coming together and what better way to celebrate than around the table enjoying a turkey or pie? But excessive food always comes with a cost, one that comes at the waistline.
Your first impression to a college admissions officer involves more than just an essay, a transcript and some test scores. Now that social media is a hub for posting stories, pictures and life updates, it has become a more accurate view of the “behind the scenes” in one’s life rather than just reading a boring, unoriginal essay.
Despite the freezing temperatures, cold dessert is one thing that never seems to go out of style. The cold often deters people from going out, but New Brunswick is giving them a reason to brave the elements. Lately, Rutgers has been rapidly implanting new restaurants and coffee joints on every corner, making Easton Avenue a hot spot for late-night cravings. The latest scoop is that New Brunswick opened up a traditional Thai rolled ice cream shop – also known as stir-fried ice cream – to Easton Avenue. Popping up only a few storefronts down from Thomas Sweets Ice Cream, the new dessert shop, IScream – Roll Up, is here to bring on a delicious, unique twist to Easton Avenue.
It’s finally the time of the year everyone looks forward to. Midterm season has ended, family is coming home, pumpkin bread is being baked and turkey is in the oven. That’s right, everyone’s favorite holiday: Thanksgiving. We look forward to sharing our favorite college stories with our families, and what better way to celebrate than over a feast of traditional recipes?
There are many things that make cooking a challenge during the winter. Whether we just want to stay indoors, watch a movie and order out, or are just too lazy to cook, it's a struggle to find the inspiration and motivation. But, one of the biggest issues is the lack of fresh ingredients. With the ground frozen and the cold bitter air, there are fewer options for produce, especially if you typically buy from local farms and markets.
As streaming becomes a crucial source of revenue, the music industry is finding it hard to justify what makes an exclusive album so “exclusive.” Nowadays, most people find it more convenient to listen to new albums through streaming websites and programs, such as Spotify, Pandora and Soundcloud. These types of programs are easy, efficient and affordable. Buying the deluxe albums are often questioned by many consumers: if it's already online, what makes spending more money for one extra song so special?
Nothing gets Rutgers students more excited than new food joints. Fresh restaurants and cafes on campus mean more options to choose from and, honestly, the repetitive slew of pizza parlors on Easton Avenue is sometimes just not enough. This December, Elevation Burger, the organic burger franchise, will open a new location at The Yard @ College Avenue.
Limited-time seasonal items are a delicious tease. They are only out on the shelves for a certain length of time and once you think you can’t get enough, some of the best products are instantly gone. That’s why the best place to stock up on these favorable items are from your local Trader Joe’s. This cult-favorite grocery store provides some of the most unique seasonal products that you'll look forward to seeing back on the shelves every year.
It might be stating the obvious, but the commuter and off-campus life isn’t easy. Coming home after a long day of classes is tiring in itself and those who want a more fulfilling and flavorful meal find it hard to make one in a decent amount of time. Many of us like the idea of cooking more than ordering in or eating out, but the concept of time often gets in the way. Meal prepping for busy people is essential during the midterm season, as it saves you time, money and hassle. Sometimes, life is much easier when you have a home cooked meal, especially when you have it for the next few days.
The newest way to get turned on is something quite out of the ordinary: solely through sound. The crisp crunch of someone eating tangy pickles out of a jar or the soft vibration of a whisper through a microphone are just a few examples of the sensory-porn that’s taking over the internet. Also known as autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR), millennials are discovering sounds they find to be relaxing or satisfactory on Youtube, where hundreds of vloggers are gaining a serious following for their “brain orgasm” inducing videos. Compilations of people tapping their long, manicured nails on a hard surface or crushing cubes of soap, for example, have garnered millions of views.