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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.
Rutgers University, along with the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA) and the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT), are implementing their own public regional bike share program.
When I was first planning my trip to Rome, I Googled and Pinterest-ed fervently. “What Not to Do in Rome,” “Top 10 Things You Should Know Before Going to Rome,” and other tips.
Four weeks into #MarchMunchies and there are as many teams remaining in the field. The Elite Eight became the Final Four following another weekend of voting, with each region crowning a champion that took another step towards winning the title.Here are the full results:ELITE EIGHT:Busch:No. 2 P.J’s Pizza 498 (484 Targum Poll + 14 Twitter Poll) defeated No.1 Stuff Yer Face 231 (188 + 43)College Avenue:No. 1 RU Hungry?
Hodera is a jaw-dropping alternative and indie rock band from New Brunswick, N.J., that is about mesmerize music lovers up and down the east coast with its spring tour.
Waking up one morning as a freshmen living in Tinsley Hall on College Avenue, I remember picking up a copy of the New York Times from the lobby and flipping straight to the arts section, scanning the bold print for a headline that would inspire me to read on.
At INC restaurant on Wednesday night, Elsa Nilsson played a bass flute, an instrument with a 180-degree curve in the head joint.
The Showtime series "Shameless," that depicts the narrative of a chaotic family living in south side Chicago, has been shamelessly grabbing the attention of Rutgers students for the past several months.“Today’s TV fan spends a lot of time subconsciously managing a personal tolerance for despicableness,” said Hank Stuever, TV critic for The Washington Post.The polished production of a demolished and dysfunctional cast of characters recounts on several issues that are relevant to Rutgers students as well as people of all ages and walks of life.“I feel like Shameless is relatable to a lot of people.