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What separates today’s popular music scene from ones of the past is its openness to K-pop or Korean pop. It is no longer surprising to see Korean acts collaborating with Western artists or see them on Western TV. This music genre is unique in the sense that it is largely defined by teenage “boy/girl groups” whose members deliver their own charms, shown through either their impressive choreography skills, personality or even their dressing style. It’s no wonder why such a fan-driven culture arises from this genre. HARU, Rutgers’ very own K-pop Dance Cover Club, exemplified the characteristics that show why the genre is climbing towards its peak in its annual Fall Showcase on Saturday.
For cinephiles, fall equates to pre-Oscars season — when blockbusters seem to crank out week after week leading up to the Academy Awards in February. Although many of the big-budget films making predictable debuts around Christmas, some must-sees hit theaters in the past two months, teasing our appetites. Here are our weekend picks that are bound to snag nominations come awards season.
Celebrity activism is far from a new concept, and one of Rutgers’ most prestigious graduates is a prime example of star power attempting to beget political power. Paul Robeson was an incredibly outspoken celebrity, advocating for workers' rights and civil rights throughout his career. Harry Belafonte, James Brown, Jane Fonda and more were also part of the 20th century wave of celebrity activism. While at first the practice was idiosyncratic, now celebrity endorsements are commonplace and essentially expected. The 2018 midterms were par for the course, with icons like Oprah, Taylor Swift, Dave Chappelle and more hitting the campaign trail and making public endorsements, all for Democrats. While it’s what we’ve deemed normal in politics, is celebrity activism effective?
Rutgers Dining Services has plans to bring a cafe and new food truck to the College Avenue campus by Fall 2019, in an effort to increase the number of meal-swipe options available to Rutgers students.
In the next few weeks, the Rutgers Center for Latino Arts and Culture (RUCLAC) is set to unveil a mural headed by muralist Layqa Nuna Yawar and painted by Rutgers students and postgrads on the exterior of their College Avenue building.
Going into Saturday’s game, the Rutgers football team knew it would need to be perfect to stand a chance against No. 4 Michigan. But, on a chilly afternoon that quickly turned into an even colder night at HighPoint.com Stadium in Piscataway, N.J., the only thing heating up was the Wolverines (9-1, 7-0).
For the third straight season, the Rutgers men’s basketball team opened up the season with a big victory, this time over in-state foe Fairleigh Dickinson at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC).
A Sexual Violence and Education Town Hall was held at the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) meeting last week. The event featured four panelists each of whom are leaders in Rutgers’ sexual violence education and support community.
Week 11 in college football will feature a matchup between two teams that could not have had pollar opposite seasons thus far when the Rutgers football team sets foot onto HighPoint.com Stadium tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. to take on No. 4 Michigan.
Last night, a mix of Rutgers students and New Brunswick locals protested President Donald J. Trump’s appointment of Matthew Whitaker to attorney general, and what it means for Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
From playing at its best and its worst, the Rutgers volleyball team has taken itself on a rollercoaster ride this season and isn’t finished just yet.
This weekend from Saturday, Nov. 10 to Sunday, Nov. 11, the Rutgers swimming and diving team will be participating in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.
The Rutgers wrestling team takes its first road trip of the season as it readies for the Journeyman Duals in Troy, N.Y. this Saturday.
A new Rutgers club is setting its sights on helping communities by providing water for impoverished people
With the multi-directional flow of immigration all over the world, economic, political and socio-cultural transnationalism is diminishing the effect of border-bound national identity. The experiences of 258 million people and those who directly/indirectly interact with these people are based on hybrid identities due to transnationalism.
Rutgers students can say goodbye to Sakai.
Shopping for men’s clothing at brick-and-mortar stores is usually a hit-or-miss. The thought of fishing through piles of clothing trying to find something eye catching has anxiety written all over it. Although one could argue that online shopping is just as worse, there are many positives to e-commerce. Not only are you getting deals on-top of deals, but shopping online is convenient and can be done during a lecture or in the comfort of your own home. And even though the thought of scrolling through different online stores may seem exhausting, we’ve narrowed down your search by listing the top online stores for affordable, stylish men’s clothing.
Nothing gets Rutgers students more excited than new food joints. Fresh restaurants and cafes on campus mean more options to choose from and, honestly, the repetitive slew of pizza parlors on Easton Avenue is sometimes just not enough. This December, Elevation Burger, the organic burger franchise, will open a new location at The Yard @ College Avenue.
The Rutgers football team continues one of the toughest November schedules in the country this weekend, as it hosts No. 4 Michigan at HighPoint.com Stadium this Saturday at 3:30 p.m.