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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.
There are many things about Rome that are truly amazing: The fact that it’s been a city for almost 3,000 years, the amount of dogs there are or how sometimes you just stumble into a church and there’s a Michelangelo statue right in front of you.Another enchanting element of the eternal city is that you can’t take more than a few steps without finding a place that sells supplì — although I can’t guarantee this is a fact.
As renowned novelist Jeff Kinney once said, "I'm probably something like 95 percent chicken nuggets." Since it's creation in the 1950s, deep-fried chicken meat has captured the hearts and souls of those across the country.
Last Thursday, the Rutgers Hillel Russian Jewish Club hosted its first event of the semester — a Matryoshka Painting Party!
black to every shade of gray, tan and khaki neutral colors were seen all over
the runways this season.
Do you ever have an overwhelming desire to organize your life and get it together, but then find yourself waking up the next morning laughing that ridiculous thought off?
The Guerrilla Girls are a group of masked feminist artists who fight the double standards, stereotypes and misogyny displayed in society through their activist artwork.
In the center of Downtown New Brunswick rests the heartbeat of the visual arts programs at the Mason Gross School of the Arts, and twice a semester the Rutgers Civic Square Building utilizes its gallery space to pump out its graduating class’s MFA Thesis Show exhibition.This year the white-walled, open spaces were transformed by Mason Gross graduate students Ryan Chin, Jamie Williams, Ali Osborn, Ben Weathers, Julia Hickey, Bryan Volta and Sam Ashford.With paintings, drawings, mixed-media compositions and performance art pieces, the artists’ works came together to create the “Action at a Distance” exhibition that opened last weekend and will run until Feb.
To ring in or rather crow in the Lunar New Year of the Rooster the Asian American Culture Center (AACC) is celebrating with their annual Lunar New Year showcase.The event will take place this coming Friday, Feb. 3 at the Busch Student Center beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Eating healthy hasn’t been on my mind in my previous 18 years on this planet, but in recent months it has become a central focus while navigating Rutgers’ dining halls.Despite endless attempts, I have never been able to follow a healthy eating regimen.
Lead roles in musical theater are typically paired with physical pre-requisites such as height, weight and gender.
"The Panic Attack Play" is an original project coordinated by Celine Dirkes and Sara Ferreira that was performed at the Cabaret Theatre on Saturday, Jan.
The importance of self-care cannot be stressed enough. The hustle and bustle of college life can weigh you down if you don’t set aside time to practice a little R&R.
Two generations ago, in the early days of the New Brunswick music scene, there was The After 5 nightclub near to where today’s Public Safety Building is, on Commercial Avenue.
It is a sunny day in New Brunswick, and you have class soon. You could take the bus or start walking — or you could strap on your helmet and take your bicycle out for a spin on the New Brunswick pavement.Imagine having the wind rushing by your face as you see your fellow classmates squished together like sardines in a can, taking the EE down George Street.