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When there’s snow on the ground, it’s dark at 5 p.m. and every house on the block is decked out in lights, it’s hard not to feel a little bit of the holiday spirit regardless of what you do or don’t celebrate this time of year. My mom took away secular Christmas in my house after I stopped believing in Santa and I’m still a little salty about it, but I don’t let it get to me. I still love December’s holiday charm.
We Americans have always been obsessed with Parisian culture — the style, the language, that je nais se quois. What is it that gives off that certain something that we’re so desperate to emulate?
The first time I fell in love with Logic, Robert Bryson Hall, he was rapping “Fade Away” while solving a Rubik’s cube on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.” Almost a year later, I was running toward the stage at the College Avenue Gymnasium with my camera as I heard the first few notes of that very song.
Sitting outside of Honeygrow on Rutgers University’s College Avenue campus, Rushil Patel munches on his rice noodles, glazed with sesame garlic sauce and sprinkled with vegetables. “It’s really weird. It’s a weird story,” he muses with a chuckle as he recalls exactly how he decided to strip his diet down to the essentials.
October nights mean it’s getting chilly out, houses are decked out with orange lights and jack-o-lanterns, and it’s the perfect time to cuddle up inside with a good movie. For some of us, the kitschy, spookiness of Halloween has a much bigger appeal than marathoning the 'Paranormal Activity' movies and laying in bed scared stiff with the lights on all night. If you love this time of year, but you don’t see the appeal of ghosts and gore, here are five movies you can marathon this fall.
Tucked away in a windowless room in Hill Center on Busch Campus with textbooks lining the walls and endless lines of equations written on the chalkboards, Rutgers math majors gather each week in the undergraduate math lounge to discuss their studies.
Poster boards decorated with magazine clippings, testimonials from New Brunswick women scrawled on napkins and Douglass women sharing findings with their peers crowded the Douglass Student Center on Monday as the students showcased their semester’s worth of work.
Last weekend, two Rutgers Hindi students joined the ranks of Columbia, Cornell, the University of Pennsylvania, New York University and the University of California, Los Angeles, at the annual Yale Hindi Debate, taking home the second place prize in the Non-Native Heritage category.
Six graduating seniors in the Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps program will soon relocate to their first bases after having received their ship selection.
With the rise of the information technology and informatics (ITI) major in the School of Communication and Information, the Women in ITI (WITI) group aims to provide a sense of community to the students, as well as networking opportunities.
After being evaluated in their knowledge, experience and aptitude, six Rutgers students were chosen for the Air Force’s Undergraduate Flying Program.
Rutgers Business School will bridge the gap between the creative and technical fields this fall.
From dress codes to end-of-year appraisals, professional work experience can be drastically different for minorities.
The only thing better than having a significant other on Valentine’s Day is having an Ann Perkins to your Leslie Knope on the dreaded Feb. 14. Since when do all those cutesy posts on Instagram and Facebook have to be just for you and your significant other? Here are some ways you and your best friend can spend the weekend avoiding sappy posts on social media.
On Dec. 10, 2014, Boeddeker Park in San Francisco, California, was opened to the public after a drastic redesign, transforming it from a hub for illicit activity into a community park promoting healthy living for adults and children.
After a month of laying around and watching Netflix over winter break, it can be difficult to get back on that work grind. It’s an issue a lot of students face — you’ve been sitting in your house, going out with friends in your hometown and spending time with your family, so it’s natural that you would have some trouble sitting back down to ace your spring semester courses. Here are five tips to help you get serious about school again!
If I had a nickel for every time a friend asked me to go out to the newest seafood buffet or steakhouse, I would be rich. Sohen I saw a plain, pale pink flyer for Veganized on the F bus, I immediately whipped out my phone to google the address. I know how frustrating restaurant eating can be as a vegetarian — there aren’t a lot of options if you’re not in the mood for pizza or pasta. But eating vegan is a completely different story. That’s why restaurants like Veganized, located at 9 Spring St., are so special.