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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.
During spring break, instead of spending days on the beach or sleeping in, I was trudging through the snowbanks in a dress and high heels. And it was the best decision I’ve ever made. Last week, I hit the road with an amazing group of women from Douglass Residential College to attend a Women in Congress seminar in Washington D.C.
There is a widely observed magical period of the day after work and school known as happy hour, where the price of drinks and food are slashed and the worn out masses can get sloshed instead of their wallets.New Brunswick in all its scarlet spirit and liveliness has some great ways to do happy hour and researching the best there is to offer has been a blast.
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.
Spring break can be a week-long period notorious for debauchery and wild behavior. While fellow Rutgers students were in warm, tropical places like Cancun or Florida, I bravely drove six hours north to freeze in Montreal, Canada — and I don’t regret a thing, except for my frost-bitten toes and wind-burned face.Montreal, it turns out, has a lot of options to offer a college student looking to destress from the first half of spring semester.
The Emerald City is home to an expansive museum scene, showcasing a little bit of everything, from art to industrial history.
With the drinking age in America being 21, underage drinking is prevalent, especially on college campuses.
Upon arriving in Rome, I braced myself for a diet consisting of pizza, pasta and gelato, and boy, was I right about that one.
You could take multiple lifetimes to explore Rome. I've been here for two months, and I'm still barely able to comprehend what a truly magnificent place it is.
Sometimes an unlikely spring break adventure in Chicago arises out of visiting your great grandmother in snowy Iowa for a weekend — only sometimes.
For my spring break it was all castles, royalty and historic architecture that framed the trip and made the backdrop of my across the pond adventure in the United Kingdom.I spent the week in Edinburgh, Scotland and London, England where I came across some of the world's oldest architecture and history.
Another week, another round down in March Munchies, the Daily Targum’s version of the NCAA Tournament pitting the best restaurants in the Rutgers-New Brunswick area against each other. As the selection committee released their picks for the basketball version known as March Madness Sunday afternoon, we were a few short hours from closing the polls of our Sweet Sixteen round.Here’s how things shook out:Busch:No. 1 Stuff Yer Face 436 votes (370 Targum Poll + 66 Twitter) defeats No. 4 Fritz 165 (151 + 14)No. 2 P.J’s Pizza 400 (360 + 40) defeats No. 3 Sanctuary 229 (195 + 34)College AvenueNo. 1 RU Hungry?
New Brunswick and the neighboring Highland Park are the home to a large and vibrant Caribbean community that brings diversity and culture to the area.
Last weekend, on a cold and drizzly March morning, my roommate and I took a day trip with a tour group to the towns of Montepulciano and Montalcino in Tuscany for a wine tasting.