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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. There is no shame in the last-minute costume.
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.
Sometimes when we’re traveling around campus on the infamous Rutgers buses, those air-conditioned boxes limit how much of New Brunswick we really see.
It’s very easy to get stuck in the same old rut at school, eating that same sad lunch at the dining hall everyday, so much so you begin to even dread just the walk to Brower.
Are you having a party at your house this Halloweekend or just a little get together to get ready before going out?
Halloween is almost here and whatever your Halloweekend plans include, you’re probably going to want to have a few drinks at home first.
Halloween is slowly creeping up on us and that means it is time to start planning the annual candy-filled, ghoulish Halloween party.
Once again, pieces are sprawled about the sectioned gallery-spaces in the Rutgers Civic Square Building, tucked onto Livingston Avenue off of George Street.
Prepare your sugar skulls, fragrant marigold flowers and most delightful candies because this year’s Day of the Dead is upon us.
Let’s be honest: loving to cook and being a college student don’t exactly align. You might even say that these things are at odds with each other.
It’s the best time of the year — October, where we pay others to scare the life out of us. Haunted attractions are a great outing for any group of friends willing to spend a good 30 minutes being terrorized by people in costumes.
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. Events like the Homecoming Bed Races and the annual bonfire break up the semester and build suspense toward Saturday’s game every October. This year the Scarlet Knights will compete against Purdue University, and it’s anticipated that High Point Solutions Stadium will be packed with students and alumni alike. The tradition of homecoming games is widely known as the most celebrated day in college football: intended to unite students and alumni with a day of rallies and parades that establish a university’s sense of school spirit and pride. While Rutgers competed against Princeton University in the first college football game in 1869, neither team can claim a significant part in pioneering the homecoming tradition.
The library, during midterms and finals, acts like a magnet for college students, attracting studiers of all types: the all-nighters, the regulars and those scrambling to get down a whole semester of work.
The hazy mess of coffee trips, library visits and sleepless nights are all signs are showing that midterm season is here.
One of the best parts of autumn is the food. After a hot summer spent eating ice cream and more ice cream, we can finally settle back into warm, comforting dishes.
The Front Bottoms, New Jersey’s most popular folk-punk band, released its fourth, full-length album on Friday, Oct.
Have you ever been to a concert where the laptop was the only performer? What about a concert where there were no lyrics, just rhythms?