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On Sept. 15, The Rutgers Landscape Architecture Club hosted its sixth annual “PARK(ing) Day,” a nationally recognized day that aims to turn urban spaces such as New Brunswick into serene relaxation spots.In partnership with the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) of New Jersey, members of the club worked together to turn two street parking spots on Seminary Place on College Avenue into a parklet featuring yoga and meditation sessions led by professionals, Zumba dance lessons, arts and crafts activities, a bike maintenance station and live music for the public to enjoy.
A breakdown of the 5 students you'll see in the Rutgers Recreation Centers this semester.
At some point in every student’s time at Rutgers, they will experience the feeling of overwhelming anxiety with eyes fixed to a WebReg loading screen, only to find more than half of the classes they have chosen have closed by the time it loads.Many of us Scarlet Knights call this sensation the “RU Screw.”As grueling as the process of registering for classes can be, it can be made a little bit easier with some tips, tricks and hacks.If you haven't already met, introduce yourself to Degree Navigator and Course Schedule Planner and make them your best friends.With Degree Navigator, you can see the requirements you've completed and what you have left, as well as which classes fulfill missing requirements.Course Schedule Planner lets you pick as many courses as you want and plot out your schedule without officially registering you.
Makeup has been around for a looooong time. Dating back to its first conception with the Egyptians, who utilized copper ore and other natural resources to produce cosmetics, makeup has been a source of aesthetic beauty for many people.
From everyday life to all screens large and small, someone has their face beat.
I’m fat. Yes, you’ve heard me correctly. I am absolutely F-A-T and proud of it. Many of you may be reading this like “Damn, she really went there.
Let’s all take a look at the Sugar Bowl, a term for a community of sugar providers and sugar babies.
I want to start out by saying, being a black woman, especially an educated, young black woman, is a full-time job. Not only is it without monetary compensation, it is also a laborious battle day-in and day-out.
It’s difficult enough to try to match your wardrobe to the ever-changing forecast — sunny and 72 degrees one day, snow and 30 below the next — and on top of that, fluctuating weather patterns can take quite the toll on your immune system.In drastic temperature changes and such fickle weather, it’s important to make sure you are doing everything in your power to fuel and protect your body.
The thought of a peaceful morning often only goes as far as saying “namastay in bed.” We can all attest to the morning struggle of taking that first step out of bed and hobbling over to the coffee pot.To most college students, waking up early is a crime against humanity, or at least sanity.
Valentine’s Day is one of those love it or hate it holidays. Scratch that — it’s pretty safe to say most people loathe the holiday, especially those who are single.
black to every shade of gray, tan and khaki neutral colors were seen all over
the runways this season.
Do you ever have an overwhelming desire to organize your life and get it together, but then find yourself waking up the next morning laughing that ridiculous thought off?
The importance of self-care cannot be stressed enough. The hustle and bustle of college life can weigh you down if you don’t set aside time to practice a little R&R.
For the people who have wanted to join greek life since high school or for the people like me, who showed up on a whim and a few months later ended up a part of it, rushing is the fun part of the process.Rush week, for most fraternities and sororities, is the rare once-a-semester dessert before dinner.
The start of this story is not uncommon as it begins with a young boy when he gets his first pairof Jordans but in the case of Dane Gill it actually helped him to fly.Now a vastly successful buyer and seller of streetwear products, Dane began in the 6th or 7thgrade with a love for whatever sneakers he could get his hands on.
We Americans have always been obsessed with Parisian culture — the style, the language, that je nais se quois. What is it that gives them that certain something that we’re so desperate to emulate?Maybe it’s just that they put in more effort.
The raunciest app known to mankind is Tinder — there, I said it. It was all rainbows and lollipops in the beginning, but now it's just ratchet and needs to go take a hike. When it first came out everyone raved about it, so of course I had to join to see what all the hype was about.
Winter is slowly approaching here in New Jersey, and as tough as it is to say goodbye to our fall clothes, it's time to break out your sweaters and boots.
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.
Dorms can be pretty terrifying — scuzzy bathrooms, cinder block walls, a wack job roommate — I'm getting scared just thinking about it.