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Their white colonial houses sit on College Avenue like landmarks, and you most likely had your first college party experience in the basement of one of them. You’ve seen them pie each other in the face in front of Brower Commons in the name of charity, witnessed “pledges” run around shirtless in winter temperatures and by senior year, you’ll practically know the entirety of the Greek alphabet solely based on rush T-shirts they wear around campus. With all this considered, it’s hard to imagine a big public university like Rutgers without greek life.
It seems like virtually everyone who uses social media is asking the same burning hot questions: what the heck is up with the new Snapchat update? Why is every feature on top of each other on the same page? And where did stories even go?
If you hate the over-commercialized holiday known as Valentine’s Day that's designed to sell candies, cards, teddy bears and watch Garry Marshall movies on repeat, then you're probably single right now. Luckily, the day after V-Day is commonly recognized as Singles Awareness Day. Although the acronym is ironic — S.A.D. — don’t let the name fool you. The point of Singles Awareness Day isn’t to mope about being bae-less or to hate on others who are happily in relationships. In fact, the day is all about practicing self-love and announcing to the world that you are single and happy.
New York Fashion Week (NYFW) is in full-force in Manhattan, but the Fashion Organization of Retail and Marketing (FORM) brought the catwalk to New Brunswick with their Global Fashion Showcase on Wednesday.
This February celebrates Black History Month, dedicated to showcasing, exploring and exalting the beauty within Black culture. This month is a vital celebration of achievements by Black people and a time for recognizing their central role in the world. Although Black lives overcame historical and cultural battles throughout history, it should not be the only thing to celebrate. Their clothing, skin, hair, music and traditions are something that should be celebrated no matter what month it is. Whether you are looking to learn more about Black culture or if you are just interested in buying a few new things, check out these black-owned businesses and brands worth supporting.
In FX’s Emmy-winning show "Atlanta," Earnest Marks, played by Donald Glover, makes a poignant statement about the cycle of poverty.Throughout the show Marks struggles to pay his monthly rent, often explaining his troubles to his friend Darius, who had set up a plan for long-term profit.
If you’ve spent considerable time on just about any college campus in the last five years, you’ve probably seen someone walking around blowing big plumes of vapor.
The eight-day Jewish celebration, Chanukah — or more commonly known as Hanukkah — commences on Tuesday, Dec. 12 and ends in the evening of Wednesday, Dec. 20. To help celebrate, Rutgers Hillel will be inviting alumni, parents, friends, family, students and supporters to dine with them as they rejoice during the Festival of Lights over brunch.
The Rutgers Hillel Center for Israel Engagement hosted a runway fashion show on Wednesday night that showcased the evolution of Israeli fashion from the time of the first Kibbutz in 1909 up until the contemporary styles that grace the catwalks of Tel Aviv Fashion Week.
Fresh from her uber casual stint as the first black female stand-up comedian to host NBC’s "Saturday Night Live" this past Saturday, Tiffany Haddish took the stage in the Multipurpose Room of the Busch Student Center, all set to give Rutgers students a crisp breath of comedy.
ACCRA, Ghana — At the entrance of the Black Star Square in Downtown Accra, Ghana, the words “Freedom and Justice” are displayed with a black star and the year 1957. This symbol commemorates the year that Ghana gained independence from its colonial power, Great Britain.
Tango Buenos Aires, the spirit of Argentina, graced the New Jersey State Theatre stage last Friday — in a flurry of the most beautiful gowns, passionate dancing and, of course, overwhelming talent.
At a time of great divisiveness in America, “Families Like Yours" is an educational, humanizing documentary that focuses on the love, compassion and adversities of six LGBTQ+ families. On Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017, the State Theatre partnered with Bristol-Myers Squibb and the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) to screen “Families Like Yours” in an effort to promote understanding and love within the community.
As “The Birthplace of Football” and the newest member of the Big Ten conference, Rutgers University faithfully turns the campus scarlet and black with RU pride for its homecoming football game.
Hola! As I travel through the Strait of Gibraltar, I bring news of my sights and experiences in Spain. Though I wasn’t there long enough to get a complete picture of what the country is like, Spain is a physically and culturally beautiful country that can't help but leave an impact, even in the midst of political turmoil.
National Suicide Prevention Month is coming to an end, but the discussion on campus is far from over. Suicide prevention is a topic that, unfortunately, many people are afraid to discuss because of the various stigmas attached to it, but resources at Rutgers University can help weaken those barriers.
HAMBURG, Germany — Hello! I suppose I could also say hallo, hola, namaskaram, Chao chi, ni hao or Konnichiwa. You see, I am but a simple Rutgers sophomore who has been caught unaware by the allure of a multiple-country study abroad program, known as Semester at Sea.
Today, Voorhees Mall is being transformed into a visual representation of the community of interpersonal-violence survivors at Rutgers with the Clothesline Project. The project is an interactive work of art built by the stories and invites people to share their voices in a supportive space.