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Hannibal Buress, actor, musician and comedian at the Laugh Factory Comedy Network, performed for more than 500 students at the Busch Student Center last Thursday. Following the show, Buress spoke to The Daily Targum and offered some advice for aspiring comedians, his future plans and key moments in his career.
They say inspiration gives no warning, so it is best to always be prepared. Adina Kramer, a junior in the Rutgers Business School, was struck with a bolt of genius soon after beginning work at the information desk of the Sonny Werblin Recreation Center on Busch campus. Tasked with welcoming in the athletically enthusiastic masses by scanning their student ID cards, Kramer found herself receiving more compliments on her unusually detailed nail art than the number of swipe cards she handled.
It's no secret that everyone in college is trying to save money. Going on a date in college does not mean you have to break the bank. Here are some cute, fun date ideas that won't hurt your wallet!
The streets of New Brunswick are filled with worn-down houses, small businesses and ancient apartment buildings. But on the intersection of Plum Street and Somerset Street, a mural distinguishes itself from the typical scenery. The disfigured looking birds, tugging on leaves like a scene out of the mind of Hitchcock, provoke one’s thoughts and leaves an unsettling feeling.
While drunken Supermen, police officers and stray cats set forth on their walk of shame on Halloween night, I woke up at 3 a.m. and trekked through the streets of New York City in the rain to taste a Cronut.My first stop was Dominique Ansel Bakery in SoHo. After taking a bus and a subway, I ended up on Spring Street at 5:45 a.m. to hold the second spot in line. Despite the frigid weather, I was determined to wait until I got my hands on the delectable treat.
Wearing clothes is all well and good, but anyone who claims being dressed is better than being naked is lying to themselves. Removing the fabric shackles civilization has imposed upon its denizens — once the blinds are drawn and the doors securely locked — is euphoric to say the least. If you have not tried at least sleeping and lounging in the nude, the writer highly recommends it for health and happiness.
While seeing others sporting the same costume on Halloween is inevitable, stand out from the crowd of ghouls and goblins this year with Inside Beat’s list of the top nine Halloween makeup hacks. These’ll make you look “scarily” good.
In a time when people often watch movies on Netflix, live performances of said films have gained a sense of novelty. This past weekend, the Friday Nite Specials Cast of Aberdeen, New Jersey, returned to Rutgers for its live performance of a racy Halloween classic “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” at the Rutgers Cinema on Livingston campus.
Boy or girl, if you’re looking to go above and beyond with your Halloween make-up this year, it’s easy to grab a couple standard make-up bag staples and create a rad skeleton look.This Halloween, these unique DIY nail designs will have you looking spooky from head to fingertip.
In the spirit of Halloween, five Targum editors paid a visit to the local psychic to find out what the deal is with those mysterious side-of-the-road fortunetellers.
Depending on how enthusiastic you are about celebrating what many believe to be Rutgers’ finest weekend of socializing for the year, you are going to need between one to four outfits, pronto. The solution lies in a little-known resource that rapper Macklemore so eloquently called to national attention last year: thrift shopping. New Brunswick boasts three consignment shops within walking distance of the College Avenue campus, perfect for swinging by after class.
What fun is Halloween without a few screams? We’ve got a list of ways to scare the living soul out of anyone you so desire. Fair warning: After pulling these tricks, friends may accuse you of not having a heart!
ARIES: MARCH 21 - APRIL 20There might be a few bumps in the road this weekend, like face planting on Easton Avenue.
Fall is a time for pumpkin spice lattes, warm sweaters and apple picking. But things are getting spooky with Halloween just around the corner. It’s time to dress up as your favorite character and eat pounds of candy with no regrets.
Cookies without flour? They exist, they are gluten-free and they taste amazing! These soft and chewy cookies are easy to whip up with only a few steps and ingredients. Be prepared to eat a whole tray of these highly addictive cookies in one sitting.
Many find staying positive throughout the day challenging, but not Jay Bell. House of Clouds, a glass gallery and vapor lounge on George Street, has arrived to remind New Brunswick that with the right mindset, it is possible to keep spirits high under almost any circumstances.
Glitch art, splatter paint and a giant hand sculpture shared the same space Tuesday night at the “Mason Gross School of the Arts Undergraduate Annual Art Open: City and Myth in Civic Square” in downtown New Brunswick. Students submitted artwork that went along with that the gallery’s theme of “city and myth.”
Hundreds of celebrity chefs, winemakers and famous eateries served and entertained thousands of guests at the annual “Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival.” The festival, presented by Food & Wine, brought together global celebrity chefs, restaurants and businesses throughout New York City from Oct. 16 to 19. One hundred percent of the festival’s proceeds benefitted two hunger charities: Share Our Strength’s “No Kid Hungry” and Food Bank For New York City.