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The first thing that comes to mind when thinking of “Friendsgiving” is how successfully the “Friends” cast members executed their Thanksgiving celebration year after year in their shared New York City apartment. As the “Friends” gang demonstrates, reflecting on how much you enjoy each other’s company is the ultimate goal when planning a Friendsgiving.
Welcome to the diary of a Pissed-Off, Lowkey Radical, Black Feminist
For so many, Halloween sneaks up on you. When you are finally finished up with midterms, get settled in your class schedule and are able to get a seat on a Rutgers bus, suddenly you have to prepare several Halloween costumes.
The hazy mess of coffee trips, library visits and sleepless nights are all signs are showing that midterm season is here. All-too-familiar stress is being piled upon us like the leaves to the grounds, like 50 grams of syrupy sugar to our pumpkin-flavored lattes. Whether it's your first round of midterms or your last, reading up on a few tips can't hurt while preparing for exams. Here are just a few ways to combat midterm stress.
On Sept. 15, The Rutgers Landscape Architecture Club hosted its sixth annual “PARK(ing) Day,” a nationally recognized day that aims to turn urban spaces such as New Brunswick into serene relaxation spots.
1.The Optimistic Freshman
At some point in every student’s time at Rutgers, they will experience the feeling of overwhelming anxiety with eyes fixed to a WebReg loading screen, only to find more than half of the classes they have chosen have closed by the time it loads.
Makeup has been around for a looooong time. Dating back to its first conception with the Egyptians, who utilized copper ore and other natural resources to produce cosmetics, makeup has been a source of aesthetic beauty for many people.
I’m fat. Yes, you’ve heard me correctly. I am absolutely F-A-T and proud of it. Many of you may be reading this like “Damn, she really went there. Isn’t the ‘F word’ something that is negatively regarded in society?” And my response to this is simply — yes.
Let’s all take a look at the Sugar Bowl. The “Sugar Bowl” is a term for a community of sugar providers and sugar babies. A sugar provider, also informally known as a “glucose guardian” via the definition of sugar daddy, is a “well-to-do usually older (individual) who supports or spends lavishly on a girlfriend, mistress or boyfriend” (sugar daddy, n.d.).
It’s difficult enough to try to match your wardrobe to the ever-changing forecast — sunny and 72 degrees one day, snow and below 30 the next — and on top of that, fluctuating weather patterns can take quite the toll on your immune system.
I want to start out by saying, being a black woman, especially an educated, young black woman, is a full-time job.
The thought of a peaceful morning often only goes as far as saying “namastay in bed.” We can all attest to the morning struggle of taking that first step out of bed and hobbling over to the coffee pot.
Valentine’s Day is one of those love it or hate it holidays. Scratch that — it’s pretty safe to say most people loathe the holiday, especially those who are single. But it’s important to think of V-Day not as a time to emphasize love for a romantic partner, but a day to express love for anyone in your life. Still feeling anti-Cupid this week? A great alternative to Valentine’s Day is Galentine’s Day.
Do you ever have an overwhelming desire to organize your life and get it together, but then find yourself waking up the next morning laughing that ridiculous thought off? It’s easy to back down and get left behind when tasks and assignments pile up and goals seem unreachable.
From black to every shade of gray, tan and khaki, neutral colors are all over the runways this season. Rutgers students are taking this trend off the runway this winter and wearing it in their everyday street style around campus.
The importance of self-care cannot be stressed enough. The hustle and bustle of college life can weigh you down if you don’t set aside time to practice a little R&R. Simple, routine acts of self-care, like remembering to eat breakfast or choosing a study spot with a view, can be enough to keep you grounded. But if you find yourself overwhelmed, we’ve got you covered with some of the best places to unwind and recharge.
For the people who have wanted to join greek life since high school or for the people like me, who showed up on a whim and a few months later ended up a part of it, rushing is the fun part of the process.
The start of this story is not uncommon, as it begins with a young boy when he gets his first pair of Air Jordans. But, in the case of Dane Gill, it actually helped him to fly.
We Americans have always been obsessed with Parisian culture — the style, the language, that je nais se quois. What is it that gives off that certain something that we’re so desperate to emulate?