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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.
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.
The heart wants what the heart wants, no matter what the distance is.
The sun is now out longer and you need to put away your winter uniform — your sweatshirt and sweatpants.
On March 5, the College Avenue Student Center was transformed into a high-fashion event as the Organization for African Students & Friends of Africa (TWESE) held their 25th annual fashion show. The TWESE Fashion Show is an event where fashion statements from Africa are showcased for students, which demonstrate their African pride and heritage. The official site for TWESE provides a mission statement about the organization stating, “TWESE ... has been a cultural group at Rutgers University since 1991, formed to provide a haven for students with African interests, and as an avenue to better educate the entire Rutgers community on African issues." The word "TWESE" means "unity" in Kinya-Rwanda. The night was truly one for fashion lovers of all types.
Curse the spring break gods for taking one good look at your slim bank account balance and laughing.
Spring Break is upon us after an exceedingly long and dull
winter in New Jersey! And although the Jersey Shore water may be too cold for
us — despite the beautiful 70-degree days we’ve had this week — it’s never too
early to start picking out your swimsuit.
Staying in New Brunswick this spring break? There’s plenty to do here on the Banks of the Old Raritan.
Ah finally, Spring Break. A week filled with absolutely no
academic responsibilities and sleep. To college students all across America, Spring break is a week filled with friends, sun bathing, good music, and drinks all
Ah spring break, the smell of alcohol, sunscreen and vape smoke is practically filling the air at the mere thought of it.
Rutgers may excel at making t-shirts and sweatpants, but they are missing one important article of clothing — a bikini.
Everyone knows that spring break is all about making a statement. One way or another, you have to stand out.
The science behind the first date is definitely not an exact one, considering you can be given different advice depending on whom you ask.
Year: First-YearMajor: Journalism School: School of Arts and SciencesThe LookHat: Always Again (on the app Depop)Jacket: Vintage PoloHoodie: SupremeJeans: APCShoes: New BalanceFashion Advice: "First and foremost, dress for yourself.
Name: Elianny DislaYear: First-YearMajor: Exercise Science School: School of Arts of SciencesThe Look Jacket: Forever 21 Shirt: Forever 21Pants: American Eagle (distressed by Elianny)Shoes: Superstar AdidasFashion Advice: "I'm sure you've all heard the cliche line, "it's not what you wear, it's how you wear it," yet, you can easily save money by simply buying the jeans of your liking and then ripping them on your own.
The struggle is real when contemplating whether to change your major or not. It truly is a popular question many Rutgers students face. Many college students face this dilemma at some point or another in their university career, but why do people sometimes view this as such a bad thing?College is a time for you to discover who you are and to become the person you have always wanted to be, so what’s with the stigma against changing your major? Many people like to joke that when you enter college, you will change your major faster than you can finish that first round of beer pong. Changing your major is a natural part of the college process, because you are taking steps to becoming a productive and happily functioning member of society.
As college students, we often have great pieces of literary
mastery that peak our interests. Unfortunately, time and discipline are scarce commodities
in the college community.
To dorm or not to dorm? That is the question. Housing lottery season has come once again to fill our lives with either joy or disappointment.
You downloaded Neko Atsume in a moment of boredom during a lengthy bathroom break. Now, this is your life — catering to virtual cats.