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With Valentine's Day coming up, you struggle with the same question every year. What gift do I get the man in my life? After all, men have the reputation to not be into the holiday itself, which is sappy and exaggerated. No matter your price range, things always exist that surpass the typical sports jerseys and power tools.Grooming kitsShaving cream, beard oil, a comb or deodorant, you get the point. Every man likes to look and feel good, so there’s nothing wrong with helping him out a little bit.A night outWhen we think of Valentine's Day, we are often filled with images of material things in the form of hearts and baby cupids.
Strawberry Nutella trifles are the perfect end to a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner. They’re incredibly easy to make, and all of the ingredients can be prepared ahead of time.Don’t feel confined to just using these ingredients, think of this recipe as a template.
Valentine’s Day is upon us, and whether you’re looking forward to a night out with your significant other or hurrying to make last minute plans, it’s always a fun excuse to experiment with a new beauty look to spice-up your daily routine.
With Valentine’s Day on our minds, we don’t know how to express how much you mean to us. You’re our home, favorite destination, sanctuary, playground, motivation and challenge.
Aw, does Saint Valentine have you down with the lonely, black hearts blues? Well, have no fear.
Tired of the same box of chocolates? Want your significant other to change up his or her Valentine’s Day gift?
It’s Valentine’s Day, and your friend Becky is spending her night on a romantic dinner with her serious boyfriend of five years.
The weather outside is unpredictable. Honestly, you may actually feel the cool, icy touch of Jack Frost.
Many Rutgers students question their day-to-day activities in the coming months after graduation. Scary ideas are always getting thrown at us, such as getting a job, paying back loans and plenty of other unappealing adult-like activities.
After a month of laying around and watching Netflix over winter break, it can be difficult to get back on that work grind.
Old hats, vintage clothing and bric-a-brac line the window of Leonard Paolillo’s 115 French St. antique store, Somewhere in Time.The abundantly decorated storefront sits pretty on a New Brunswick block that also features Dollar Discount, Hub Liquors, Latin markets and NAPA Auto Parts that can seem like a mirage at first.
Congratulations! You’ve finally made it through finals, and now it’s time for Winter Break! Whether you’re looking forward to spending time with old friends or opening gifts with family, the joyful holiday spirit is around us at this time of year. For those of you who experienced college Winter Break before, you already know what’s coming.
Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but winter sports make it delightful. Attention snow bunnies and ski bums of Rutgers, your time has come.
While it may be difficult to think of anything other than getting through finals, lack of sleep, junk food and the approaching Winter Break, you might also be thinking about giving yourself a little change for the New Year.
While New Year’s Eve usually brings parties, the new year itself offers bright opportunities for change and improvement.
1) Lose WeightThe beginning of January hits and you see the gym packed. With the holiday season being over, after eating lots of cookies and drinking hot chocolate, it’s only natural that we try to get fit.
New Year's Eve is a day filled with excitement and anticipation for the beginning of the New Year.
What’s that smell? Is it chestnuts roasting over an open fire? Or was it just you feeling the heat from your family last holiday season because you didn't know how to avoid those painfully awkward conversations that come up at holiday parties?
December can be a tough month for those of us who tend to fall on the Grinchy side of humanity. Once the sleigh bells start ringing and the holiday shoppers begin trampling Walmart employees for seasonal deals, anyone who dares criticize the holiday spirit gets accused of being a part of the "War on Christmas." Really though, American Christmas culture is all about corporate profits and materialism anyway, so let us jingle all the way to Whoville and give all the jolly jerks a dose of red and green reality.Santa isn’t RealHe’s just a lie your parents told you so they could eventually crush the foundation your entire concept of what Christmas was built on.