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Returning back onto the beloved chopping block of a music scene known as the New Brunswick underground, Flammable Animals, hailing from Asbury Park, released their latest EP: "All These Wolves." It seems that the group has completely overhauled their sound, and for the better — now with punchier drums, deeper bass, articulate guitars and a more daring attack than ever before seen with their vocals.
Over at Barca City Café and Bar, the good times truly keep on going, while the Tapas keep on flowing.
When it comes to picking your major in college, many take this as a difficult task. Some stay undecided for a while when trying to choose the career path they want, while some also switch more than a switch-blade.
The College Avenue gymnasium turned into a rave last Friday night. I don't think I've ever seen so many flashing lights in a gym before, and it's all thanks to Cash Cash taking a pit stop at Rutgers. Flowers in hair, rhinestones on my face, neon-clothed head to toe, I was ready to rave — I'm completely kidding, I would never be caught dead dressed like that. As I maneuvered my way into the sea of drunk college ravers, I came across the opening act.
There’s nothing better than grabbing a wiener on your way to class, and that's exactly what students did early Tuesday afternoon when the aroma of hot dogs filled the atmosphere of the College Avenue campus.
“Lip-synching, hip-swinging, norm-flinging and singing,” were all encouraged for participants at the spring drag show at Demarest Hall. The event was free and open to all Rutgers students. The show will include people in and out of drag, but most of the performances will be in drag, said Alexander Bowers, a School of Environmental and Biological Sciences sophomore and the organizer of the drag show. Generally, performers are either lip-synching or singing along and dancing, he said. The drag show has been a traditional event that has been a long lasting part of the Demarest building's history, he said.“I'd want students to take away how arbitrary the concept of gender roles are,” Bowers said. Drag is a form of exaggerating and playing off of the constructs of gender that normally constrains society, he said. “It's fun but behind it is a really powerful narrative of, ‘look at these norms in a different way and how nonsensical they really are when shown through this light,’” he said.It was one fierce and fabulous night at Demarest Hall on Thursday night, one that would even make RuPaul proud. The lights were out, the strobes were on and the high-heels were sharpened to perfection as the annual Demarest Hall drag show popped off without a hitch.As soon as you entered the room fun and friendly smiles greeted you as music from all different decades seemed to welcome you into a wonderland of drag. Kings and queens of the art dressed to the nines as the atmosphere screamed "be yourself", and "live your life" exactly how you want to live it.
Now that the sun is here to stay, the chic, sleek people of the world are donning pastel and sucking down juice like they’ve never known water.
I keep asking myself why I have some of these foods in my apartment, I can't seem to figure it out.
This Monday, I had the pleasure of being given the opportunity to witness the Livingston Theatre Company’s production of "Urinetown" before their opening show next Thursday.
Diesel and Duke is hard to miss — it’s the only place on Easton Avenue with half of a car coming out of its roof.
It's hard to dodge that Chef Boyarde and Cool Ranch Doritos at the convenience store.
Finding a significant other is big part of being a young adult. Regardless of all the jobs, internships, club and classes you are involved we as human beings still have this compelling desire to find someone to occupy our time in a romantic capacity, which is okay, but we all have very different methods of achieving this College students in general are notorious for not being the most committed while dating, but sometimes there is a method to the madness.
Corefest, the annual music festival hosted by 90.3 The Core, transformed the Cook Campus Center’s multipurpose room into every independent basement show-playing band in New Brunswick’s dream venue. Like Cinderella’s Ball, Corefest is an opportunity for bands that typically only play intimate shows in basements around Rutgers, to get on a real stage and play for a large audience.Any given weekend in New Brunswick, there are students who morph into our favorite local musicians — playing rock or jazz or pop-punk shows, and once every year we get to cheer for them above ground thanks to 90.3 The Core.“New Brunswick has a very vibrant local music scene, especially in terms of indie music, and indie-rock,” Business Director and DJ Matt Tomasello said.
Tacoria is exactly the restaurant Easton Avenue needed — it’s fun, there’s outdoor seating, you can bring beer and the food is spectacular. I was hesitant at first, why would I go to a place that doesn’t even know how to spell Taqueria when there are so many other excellent Mexican restaurants in New Brunswick?
It all started at the ripe age of 14, then Facebook was never the same again. I'm just minding my own business — scrolling through my news feed — then BOOM, a Facebook creeper chats me.
Ah, the smell and sound of summer is in the air — and by sound I mean that sweet music of the festival season. It’s like a right of passage in life to attend a festival at least once with a few friends, a few beers and a crop top or two.As the semester comes to an end, here is a go-to list of epic music festivals so you can get jiggy with it.
The heart wants what the heart wants, no matter what the distance is.
Many college students wrestle with the idea of studying something they value as a passion or something they see as a more practical, worthwhile investment for the years following graduation.
Everybody likes to feast with their eyes, just admit it. It may seem like you are able to kick your cravings by gazing at food porn on Instagram, but is it really just making you hungrier?
The sun is now out longer and you need to put away your winter uniform — your sweatshirt and sweatpants.