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It’s not often the Rutgers community gets a chance to see the art students of Mason Gross School of the Arts work so hard to create. The Mason Gross “Pop-Up Exhibitions” at the Civic Center in downtown New Brunswick provide the opportunity to do just that.
As the leaves change color and the breezy fall days begin, a warm bowl of comforting soup is the perfect addition to this season. If you have ever watched “Seinfeld,” you may recall the 1995 episode “The Soup Nazi,” which was inspired by Al Yeganeh, the chef and creator of the famous soups found in “The Original SoupMan” locations across the country.
Once autumn hits, pumpkin spice makes its way into Starbucks beverages and Oreo fillings. While pumpkin spice, a mix of cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, ginger and cloves, does not actually contain traces of pumpkin, a single serving of this microwavable pumpkin spice chocolate chip cake will surely satisfy that hankering for pumpkin that comes in the fall.
Rutgers is special for many reasons, one being the fact that our campus is spread out on five sub-campuses. On top of that, a lovely bus system can take you between campuses, avoiding annoying parking tickets or the pain of walking for hours. No matter where you live, you can get to your classes and see your friends as long as the buses are running. So don’t be a bum and make excuses for skipping your night class on Busch, and don’t be a bad friend to your friends on Cook and tell them that they live “too far” for you to visit.
“Thrifting,” the act of shopping at several second-hand stores, is becoming more and more common, especially among students who are on a tight budget. Finding a new flannel or a trendy leather jacket at a thrift store requires a little digging, but the experience is always rewarding.
What do you get when you mix together a generation of cell phone zombies and the socially inept?
Coast to coast, throughout the fall, American collegians celebrate what is arguably the most wonderful time of the year at large state universities: tailgate season. The Rutgers University community broke attendance records two weeks ago in a highly anticipated face off against the storied “team from Pennsylvania” at High Point Solutions Stadium.
“TMI times Cali and Emily” is a description almost too appropriate for the musical duo Slam Up.
If there is anything music has lost sight of in the midst of rising technology, its the idea of creating a live sound that vibrates with passion.
From Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, many Latin Americans will be celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month. It is the perfect time to celebrate and eat out at your favorite local Hispanic restaurants around New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Rutgers is in the Big Ten Conference, football games have been packed with fans
Parking lots are also filled with tailgaters enjoying barbecues and drinks to
get pumped for the game.
Most college students conquer their fitness goals by running an extra mile on the treadmill or pushing through another lap on the track.
Despite touring in Europe and across the country, members of The Front Bottoms, an indie-folk-punk band with roots in Bergen County, can all agree the greatest place on Earth is right here in New Jersey.
With the colder temperatures and falling leaves come football, hooded sweatshirts and pumpkin beer.
Grilled cheese sandwiches are a childhood favorite. Nothing is better than melted American cheese oozing out of two slices of toasted bread.
Ladies, now that we’re in the Big 10, it’s time to flaunt your Rutgers pride from head to toe.
This Saturday night, under the sparkle of the stadium lights, to the hymn of the band’s battle cries, the soldiers in scarlet will prepare to take the field.
Mason Gross School of the Arts will be especially proud this weekend as alumni Evan Matthew Weinstein debuts his film “Leaving Circadia” at the New Jersey Film Festival in New Brunswick.
We’ve all seen those twinkling lights outlining the ceilings of dorm rooms on Pinterest. If you’re trying to be a bit more creative, this marquee sign is great way to include those lights.
Rutgers and the surrounding Middlesex County townships possess some of the best and most extensive parks in New Jersey.