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New Brunswick needs more hip-hop music. In this wonderful college town, you can take a trip on a Thursday night and find yourself in a basement show or some sort of indie/punk show, but despite there being a clear interest in hip-hop music, sometimes it’s hard to find shows.But despite the difficultly of finding hip-hop shows in Rutgers’ back yard, they are definitely there — and boy, are they fun.
The Michael Bond Trio featuring Duane Eubanks graced the INC American Bar and Kitchen restaurant last Wednesday night with its music’s trademarked effortlessness in another addition of The New Brunswick Jazz Project.The feeling of effortlessness transcends music and impacts any audience, and this week’s show was no different.
The Raritan Photographic Art Society covered the walls of the Alfa Art Gallery in New Brunswick at the opening of its showroom last Friday, Feb.
The Fashion Organization of Retail and Marketing (FORM) hosted its first annual Fashion Week last Monday, jam-packed with guest speakers, giveaways and a streetwear fashion show geared towards the students.An organization on campus since 2012, FORM’s mission is to offer a community for students interested in fashion and prepare fashion industry-hopefuls for a career in the field.
I know in New Jersey there’s probably still snow on the ground, but here in Rome the weather is already changing.
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.
On the bottom floor of the Garden State Ale House Wednesday night, a dozen people sat at the bar to share a great evening with the Chris Gold Organ Quartet as part of the New Brunswick Jazz Project show series.
The Livingston Theatre Company (LTC) is producing their second main stage production of the 2016-2017 season with Green Day's "American Idiot." Entirely student run, this rock opera steps out of LTC’s typically classic musical theatre style and tells a story of drugs, family, war and love through Green Day's infamous album.A talented ensemble of high-energy singer-dancers in 90s grunge outfits and dark guy-liner aids in their storytelling.
Rutgers contributed to the Body Positivity Movement by hosting a performance by the explosive dance troupe
Pretty Big Movement, who embrace inclusivity and self-acceptance.
Sponsored by the Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities (SJE) last Monday night at the Douglass Student Center, Pretty Big Movement performed to hip-hop and ethnic music for a crowd eager to experience first-hand their collective confidence and self-love.
As a severely single girl on Valentine’s Day, I plan on supplying myself with my own endless abundance of V-Day treats on the best candy sale day of the year, Feb.
With the plethora of restaurants on Easton Avenue and George Street, it’s not as tempting as it should be to wonder a little further into New Brunswick when you’re looking for a bite to eat.
Last Friday, Rutgers Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and the Arts (STEAM) and the Landscape Architecture (LA) Club helped students create their own terrariums and taught about landscape architecture and environmental design through presentations.To make their own terrariums, the students gathered around a wide variety of plant species and other materials.
It’s Feb. 14, and love is drifting through the air off the ol’ Raritan. So if you have a special someone, a good friend or you’re in a treat yo’ self mood, let your heart turn scarlet and try these date night ideas that can only happen when you’re on the Banks.Easton AvenueIf you and your S.O.
Dozens of Rutgers students and non-Rutgers students alike attended the HAIRitage conference on Saturday, a Black History Month celebration hosted by the Livingston Residence Council and a number of other sponsors and on-campus organizations.In attempts to make this year’s Black History Month celebration unique and memorable, HAIRitage included discussion panels, workshops and raffles geared towards the embracement of black and afro-Latinx hair.Saturday’s conference kicked off with an address from keynote speaker Anu Prestonia, a natural haircare mogul who opened one of the first all-natural, black-owned hair salons in New York City.The entrepreneur shared with the audience her lifelong journey of self-love, a journey that started at just 10-years-old when she lost her hair to chemical relaxers.
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.
After touring four continents and headlining their own show at Radio City Music Hall, the music group Postmodern Jukebox performed at the State Theatre New Jersey in New Brunswick Wednesday night for their debut Hub City performance.Started by Scott Bradlee, a New Jersey native, Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ) provides audience members with a musical journey back in time by reworking popular modern music into different vintage genres.The set list ranged from renditions of Fountains of Wayne’s “Stacy’s Mom” to Miley Cyrus’s “We Can’t Stop,” with each song delivering an unbelievable performance.
In light of Black History Month, Livingston Campus will be hosting its first annual HAIRitage Conference, a three-day series of workshops, presentations and attractions that will celebrate the history and culture of black and Afro-Latino hair.Modinat Sanni, the chairman of HAIRitage and residence life coordinator at Livingston Campus, came across the idea when planning the usual traditional Black History celebration for the University.