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My first encounter with "Ready Player One" was when it came up as an ad I couldn't skip on YouTube. As I was watching it, I did not even really know what I had just seen. My overall impression was it was as if last year’s "Jumanji" and James Cameron’s "Avatar" had a weird love-child starring the teenage Scott Summers. The film took place in a virtual world and the characters were just a bunch of avatars, so we did not even get to see the actual people.
It seems like virtually everyone who uses social media is asking the same burning hot questions: what the heck is up with the new Snapchat update? Why is every feature on top of each other on the same page? And where did stories even go?
Just in time for the new year, local alternative rock band Toy Cars released their new record “Paint Brain” on Jan. 12. With 12 songs on the album, “Paint Brain” is the most extensive project the Asbury Park-based band has released to date, with the band’s four previous records capping at four to five songs.
Members of the Rutgers community filed through the atrium of Richard H. Shindell Choral Hall on Douglass campus last Wednesday to listen to a presentation by none other than the dean of Mason Gross School of the Arts, George B. Stauffer.
The NJC Lounge of the Douglass Student Center turned into a performance venue last Friday night, complete with string lights and photographs, to celebrate the fourth studio-album release of campus a cappella group OrphanSporks.
Musicians and music fans gathered at Alexander Library last Friday night to hear five expert panelists talk about the condition of New Brunswick's music scene and its struggles in the city today. The panel was moderated by Frank Bridges, co-founder of Alexander Library’s New Brunswick Music Scene Archive and doctoral student at the School of Communication and Information.
In the downstairs dining room of the Garden State Ale House with food that’s way too fancy for the average Rutgers student to afford, The New Brunswick Jazz Project is back at it again with another Emerging Artists Night.
Deep in the underground of the College Avenue Student Center is the ever-famous Red Lion Café, most known for holding live shows of all kinds. The Association of Punjabi Students at Rutgers University (APRU) hosted its very first open mic last Thursday night.
Last Friday, Rutgers Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and the Arts (STEAM) and the Landscape Architecture (LA) Club helped students create their own terrariums and taught about landscape architecture and environmental design through presentations.
It’s Feb. 14, and love is drifting through the air off the ol’ Raritan. So if you have a special someone, a good friend or you’re in a treat yo’ self mood, let your heart turn scarlet and try these date night ideas that can only happen when you’re on the Banks.
Last Thursday, the Rutgers Hillel Russian Jewish Club hosted its first event of the semester — a Matryoshka Painting Party! Attendees were able to paint wooden toys, learn more about Russian culture and decorate Matryoshka, more commonly known as Russian Nesting Dolls.