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“Did you hear me?”
It seems like Rutgers never canceling classes on snow days is one of the worst parts of winter. Or maybe it’s getting stranded on the highway as you take the bus to class on a day with dreadful weather. But the truth is, these are nothing but inconveniences that dull in comparison to some of the more somber aspects of winter that many of us know too well.
This month, we have spring break to look forward to, and we typically observe St. Patrick’s Day and International Women’s Day among other events. March is also considered Caffeine Awareness Month in the health world — one of the more recent additions to the national phenomena that keep popping up as events on our news feeds.
Thursday, Feb. 28 was National Public Sleeping Day, but many of us college students will be bringing the minor public indecency into March and further. Whether it’s been after an all-nighter, a hard night of partying or simply during that really boring three-hour class, we’ve all at least gotten the urge to snooze right then and there. In honor of the humorous holiday, we’re ranking the most creative — but not exactly cozy — places to knock out when sneaking off to your residence hall just isn’t possible.
Every time my grandmother calls me she asks, “Are you eating?” What she never asks is, “Are you getting enough sleep?” We prioritize and worry about so many things in our lives and the lives of others, but how often does the worry of sleep end up on our long list of daily concerns?
Last Friday night, the members of the Fashion Organization of Retail and Marketing (FORM) welcomed Rutgers students to an evening of street style fashion sponsored by local thrift shops and independent clothing brands. As a way to commemorate the success of its annual Fashion Week, FORM dedicated its final day to a fashion show.
Support systems are not easy to find, especially on a rigorous schedule. There is a level of maintenance that involves a messy form of engagement, and sometimes even the closest of friends and family fight. Nevertheless, having different kinds of people to provide an emotional place of shelter or simply a voice among the ruckus can change one's life for the better.
A bedroom should be a relaxing sanctuary where students can collapse into bed after a long day of classes and soak up some good vibes. But the unchangeable dreary white walls, cramped floor space and headache-inducing overhead fluorescent lights that come standard with most college residence halls stifle any attempts at de-stressing.
No dish is more American than a combination of a burger and fries. With the prominence of Instagram “food porn,” it seems like every restaurateur is looking to elevate the nation’s classic with gourmet touches. Veganism and clean eating are also becoming mainstream lifestyle choices, and vegan spots like by CHLOE. and Veganized that whip up decadent dishes are proving that food can be enjoyable whether you eat meat or not.
“Help! They use soap, oil, primer, exfoliator, moisturizer, face masks, eye cream, lotion and a hydrating mist to revitalize the skin — and then it repeats,” cried a clogged and overworked face.
As a direct result of the challenges that college brings, many students may feel “burnt out,” leading to a lack of determination and motivation to continue throughout the semester. Additionally, many students suffer from mental health issues that exacerbate the situation, ultimately affecting not only academic success, but daily activities as well.
If you’re a social media-savvy college student, chances are you follow a “food porn” Instagram account that publishes mouth-watering content featuring hot shots of the best local cuisine.
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.
As classes begin and we try our hardest to let go of winter break, we may begin to forget, or even give up on, our New Year's resolutions.
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.
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.
It feels like from the time we're young, we're conditioned to aspire to find “the one,” a soulmate. Although this seems pretty innocent, it's often the reason it's so hard to let people go and take them out of our lives. Everyone has flaws and to love someone is to love them regardless of those flaws. But that’s different from keeping someone in your life who's toxic for you.
We all have our celebrity style inspirations, whether it be Kylie Jenner’s daring and risqué outfits or Vanessa Hudgens’ boho glam. While we will definitely give them credit for being super stylish, our favorite celebrities typically have a team of stylists making sure they’re fashion-forward. Being able to come up with super fashionable looks takes some talent and a great eye, and lucky for us, there are plenty of style influencers giving out some serious style inspo.
In the age of Instagram, exposure to creativity and talent comes easily. Our discover pages are filled with everything we’re interested in, whether it be cute videos of puppies or Buzzfeed Tasty videos that we may never try to recreate. Instagram has become the best platform for showcasing beauty and talent through photo and video features. Celebrity makeup artists, hairstylists and stylists are thriving on Instagram, so if you need some inspiration, give these experts a follow.