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Who feels like slaving over a hot stove all day after a day hard at work? I know I don't. Give yourself a break and utilize the good ole' microwave. The following recipes only use a few ingredients, and they can all be made using a — take a guess —microwave.
Healthy eating can be a challenge for college students, especially if you're living on campus.
The weather outside is unpredictable. Honestly, you may actually feel the cool, icy touch of Jack Frost.
Many Rutgers students question their day-to-day activities in the coming months after graduation. Scary ideas are always getting thrown at us, such as getting a job, paying back loans and plenty of other unappealing adult-like activities.
Talk about an art show I could view "All Night Long". With the new semester comes new art, and with new art comes a remarkably stunning exhibition from Rutgers' very own Mason Gross School of the Arts entitled, “Daylight All Night Long.”The exhibition is part of the graduate program's MFA Thesis Exhibition Series, which will be broken down into three parts over the course of the semester.The first exhibition is a stunning portrayal of our society as a whole and the things that surround us in our daily lives. The mix of neutral and bright colors throughout the show gave a sense of daily life and the neutral colors presented more of a grim look of how our society has blended with industrial life, while the bright colors added a much needed levity to the show as you ponder over the deeper meanings behind some of the works of art.What really captured my eye was the main display that is presented as you enter the exhibition room.
You can't help but notice the bright, red fluorescent BBQ sign directly across the street from Jimmy John’s with its flamboyant southern-style decor lighting up the storefront of Brother Jimmy’s on Easton Avenue. When you walk into the restaurant, the first thing you see is a bright, blue sign that says “Put some south in yo’ mouth,” as you are greeted by a hostess.
After a month of laying around and watching Netflix over winter break, it can be difficult to get back on that work grind.
We are not called the Garden State for nothing!Over at the Rutgers Art Library on College Avenue, a new exhibition is being shown called the "Jersey Collective", that is holding free viewings for the public until February 18th. The "Jersey Collective" was founded by former Rutgers Art Library intern Keri Sullivan, a 2015 alumna of the Masters of Library and Information Science program, in March 2014.
On the corner of Paterson Street and George Street, lies one of New Brunswick’s hidden treasures, Indochine.
Waking up this morning was like a scene straight out of the film "Frozen". The only difference was Ididn’t have a snowman companion, and the cold truly did bother me anyway.Without even the slightest tinge of desire to go outside and explore the newwinter oasis, I did what most active college kids would do.
Old hats, vintage clothing and bric-a-brac line the window of Leonard Paolillo’s 115 French St. antique store, Somewhere in Time.The abundantly decorated storefront sits pretty on a New Brunswick block that also features Dollar Discount, Hub Liquors, Latin markets and NAPA Auto Parts that can seem like a mirage at first.
Art sometimes doesn’t make any sense, and can often be hard to decipher. An artist’s mind is like a creative black hole, and you don’t know what is going to come from their imagination.We explored the basement of Demarest Hall and found an endless amount of color and unexplainable paintings.
During the year, Rutgers students tend to get caught up in the everyday hustle and bustle of things.
Rutgers University was founded in 1766 as Queen’s College, but what Wikipedia won’t tell you is the reason that Rutgers went through the name change. The college was renamed in 1825 after Colonel Henry Rutgers, due to his generous donation that allowed the school to reopen after years of financial difficulty.
Congratulations! You’ve finally made it through finals, and now it’s time for Winter Break! Whether you’re looking forward to spending time with old friends or opening gifts with family, the joyful holiday spirit is around us at this time of year. For those of you who experienced college Winter Break before, you already know what’s coming.
Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but winter sports make it delightful. Attention snow bunnies and ski bums of Rutgers, your time has come.
While it may be difficult to think of anything other than getting through finals, lack of sleep, junk food and the approaching Winter Break, you might also be thinking about giving yourself a little change for the New Year.
While New Year’s Eve usually brings parties, the new year itself offers bright opportunities for change and improvement.
1) Lose WeightThe beginning of January hits and you see the gym packed. With the holiday season being over, after eating lots of cookies and drinking hot chocolate, it’s only natural that we try to get fit.