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The dawn of midterms is approaching, the sun sets a little later each evening and hushed murmurs of a fabled, promised break could mean only one thing: winter is on her way out, and spring is on her way in.For those returning to the University next fall, the months of February and March are celebratory times to pop champagne and find just the right emojii to express your excitement over your new "place." The decision to move from an on campus residence hall to an off-campus spot is nothing less than a ceremonial right of passage as you transition up the ranks as a Rutgers student.Once the initial glitter of renting your own place fades and settles to dust, and you realize you are actually responsible for dealing with a landlord, utilities and preserving some level of cleanliness on a daily basis, it is easy to feel overwhelmed with all of the new responsibilities that come with being an owner of an off-campus apartment or house. Though the chapter of vintage movie star posters, micro-fridges and floor meetings is nearing a close, another story of tea lights, cork boards and house dinners is just about to begin.You do not need to break the bank to blaze a trail — the secret is to trust your instincts as well as your budget and to also take your time.
Breaking into the New
Brunswick music scene in a self-described “bluesy indie” explosion of sound is the
Jersey City and Hoboken based band, Fiscal Cliff.
WriterBeyond The Brunz: New York City offers endless vegan options New
York City is “the place to be” for any food craving imaginable.
The most romantic day of the year is approaching faster than a coked-up heartbeat. If there’s a certain someone in your life who you like even when you’re not drunk, you’re probably busy trying to decide between flowers and chocolates. However, both options are incorrect. What you really need is something so original that it’s actually slightly disturbing. What does that mean? I’ll tell you what it means: three Valentine’s Day gift ideas that no one asked for.
Whether you’re planning on playing footsie with that special someone at a romantic restaurant, canoodling in the kitchen while making a homemade Valentine’s day dinner, or rebelling against the holiday by taking advantage of the various heart shaped pizza deals with friends, somehow, food in its various forms always seems to steal the Valentine’s Day spotlight.
As the radio stations begin to play the same cycle of slow ballads, and your TV is overtaken by jewelry store advertisements, Cupid readies his bow and arrow, preparing to take aim at hearts this February 14th.
DIY V-day GiftsLow on time, cash, and creative ideas? You’re in luck. We’re about to save you tons of trouble and money, at no cost to impressing your loved one(s). Edible Arrangement Chocolate is the go-to-treat, but oh so basic.
Sugar, spice and all things ordered twice, that’s what quality Valentines Day dining is made of.
Everyone knows that Valentine’s Day and chocolate go hand-in-hand. From chocolate-covered strawberries to candy hearts, this holiday isn’t complete without satisfying your craving for a sugary treat.
Fabulous nails are in style all year round, so why not decorate your nails with some festive designs this Valentine’s Day?
Skipping breakfast has never been my style—in fact, if it were up to me, I would have a breakfast of champions every morning, drinking fresh squeezed orange juice as I watched the sunrise over the Pacific ocean.
There was a time in my life when I was physically fit. I was in elementary school, and back in those days, schools across the nation would hold a yearly physical fitness test in gym class. This was before everyone got an award just for participating, and the competition was cutthroat.
The infamous $2 Tuesday is a weekly tradition for many college students, but for those who thirst for more than lukewarm beer at the same old bar every Tuesday night — stop by the Zimmerli for a night of acoustic performances, art exhibitions and chilled wine.
The cold might be hitting hard, but the craving for ice cream is still going strong. Easton Avenue is full of convenience stores selling Ben & Jerry’s by the pint and frozen yogurt shops promising a healthy alternative to the classic treat, but one authentic ice cream shop holds its own.
Some like it bronze, some like it gold –– but whether you identify as friend or foe of the tanning industry, it is impossible to ignore its presence on Rutgers’ New Brunswick campus. In correlation with the eternal popularity of fitness culture in the collegiate environment, a trend only boosted through the rise of social media, ladies and gentleman alike are attracted to the appearance of a healthy glow, especially off-season. With Greek formal recruitment set to launch this weekend and spring break a slim six weeks away, now is the time to read the fine print and perfect your own sunless routine.
In light of Snowpocalypse 2015, Michael Anderson spent the past two days holed up in his apartment watching movies. He decided to watch the new blockbuster movie “Into the Woods,” and has one thing to say about it.“It sucked,” the School of Arts and Sciences sophomore said. “The plot sucked, the music sucked and all the melodies sucked.”
Amidst the shouted New Year’s Eve ball drop countdown and couples lip-locking as the clock struck that fateful double digit is the promise of a new year, ripe with opportunity. When the glittery, champagne soaked excitement of New Year’s Eve fades into the confetti-strewn floor, the call to commit to a New Year’s resolution sounds. As January comes to a close, Inside Beat presents a list of the top 5 most popular (and not surprisingly, most commonly broken) resolutions, and explains how to avoid the inevitable resolution commitment issues.
It is both a blessing and a curse to be able to easily access songs through a few clicks of a mouse. We’ve gone from the bulky Walkman and shelves of dusty cassette tapes to virtual libraries that store much more than just literature. Listening to an album from start to finish has become just as rare as going out and purchasing a physical CD.
Now that everyone is back from break, school is back in session and people are intent on starting fresh. You can hear people asking around one of the most common questions, “So, what’s your New Years Resolution?"