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For the people who have wanted to join greek life since high school or for the people like me, who showed up on a whim and a few months later ended up a part of it, rushing is the fun part of the process.Rush week, for most fraternities and sororities, is the rare once-a-semester dessert before dinner.
The start of this story is not uncommon as it begins with a young boy when he gets his first pairof Jordans but in the case of Dane Gill it actually helped him to fly.Now a vastly successful buyer and seller of streetwear products, Dane began in the 6th or 7thgrade with a love for whatever sneakers he could get his hands on.
We Americans have always been obsessed with Parisian culture — the style, the language, that je nais se quois. What is it that gives them that certain something that we’re so desperate to emulate?Maybe it’s just that they put in more effort.
The raunciest app known to mankind is Tinder — there, I said it. It was all rainbows and lollipops in the beginning, but now it's just ratchet and needs to go take a hike. When it first came out everyone raved about it, so of course I had to join to see what all the hype was about.
Winter is slowly approaching here in New Jersey, and as tough as it is to say goodbye to our fall clothes, it's time to break out your sweaters and boots.
Sitting outside of Honeygrow on Rutgers University’s College Avenue campus, Rushil Patel munches on his rice noodles, glazed with sesame garlic sauce and sprinkled with vegetables.
Dorms can be pretty terrifying — scuzzy bathrooms, cinder block walls, a wack job roommate — I'm getting scared just thinking about it.
In my 20 years of life, I've come across my fair share of ratchet costumes. The funniest part of it all is people actually think they look good while they snap 100 selfies of themselves.
Day of the Dead, Dia
de Muertos in Spanish, is a Mexican holiday that spans over a few days
where friends and family gather to pray for deceased friends and family and
wish them a safe spiritual journey.
The Garden State has seen bizarrely, summer-like temperatures this week, and although many of us on the Banks have enjoyed the break from the usual autumn chill, it definitely comes at price.
Nearly six weeks deep into the fall semester you should certainly know if your current round-up of classes is the perfect fit or has if it has you yearning to quit.
Astrology is constantly labeled as a pile of garbage.
It's time to ditch the cold lemonade and to switch over to a nice cup of toasty coffee.
For parents who were unsure about whether this newfangled film was for children, the title pointed to a subtle, “NO.” Names are important.
Autumn is coming, and Rutgers — New Brunswick is ready. This past weekend the Scarlet Knights defeated Howard in the first home football game of the season, the closing of add/drop has officially locked us into our academic schedules and students have begun sporting flannels to class.
Clothes are expensive — it’s not rocket science to figure that one out. I spent an embarrassingly large amount on clothes last year that I will not disclose, so I limited myself to $50 this time around.
I had an epiphany yesterday and realized my closet is absolutely ratchet. My closet looks like it threw up, and that's when I decided it is time to stop being a lazy nimrod and clean some of that shit out.
I felt a strong urge to buy clothes today, so I checked my bank account balance this morning — I saw my debit card balance and a tear rolled slowly down my face.
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.
“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.