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For so many, Halloween sneaks up on you. When you are finally finished up with midterms, get settled in your class schedule and are able to get a seat on a Rutgers bus, suddenly you have to prepare several Halloween costumes. There is no shame in the last-minute costume.
The hazy mess of coffee trips, library visits and sleepless nights are all signs are showing that midterm season is here.
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.