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The most romantic day of the year is approaching faster than a coked-up heartbeat. If there’s a certain someone in your life who you like even when you’re not drunk, you’re probably busy trying to decide between flowers and chocolates. However, both options are incorrect. What you really need is something so original that it’s actually slightly disturbing. What does that mean? I’ll tell you what it means: three Valentine’s Day gift ideas that no one asked for.
As the radio stations begin to play the same cycle of slow ballads, and your TV is overtaken by jewelry store advertisements, Cupid readies his bow and arrow, preparing to take aim at hearts this February 14th.
DIY V-day GiftsLow on time, cash, and creative ideas? You’re in luck. We’re about to save you tons of trouble and money, at no cost to impressing your loved one(s). Edible Arrangement Chocolate is the go-to-treat, but oh so basic.
Fabulous nails are in style all year round, so why not decorate your nails with some festive designs this Valentine’s Day?
There was a time in my life when I was physically fit. I was in elementary school, and back in those days, schools across the nation would hold a yearly physical fitness test in gym class. This was before everyone got an award just for participating, and the competition was cutthroat.
Some like it bronze, some like it gold –– but whether you identify as friend or foe of the tanning industry, it is impossible to ignore its presence on Rutgers’ New Brunswick campus. In correlation with the eternal popularity of fitness culture in the collegiate environment, a trend only boosted through the rise of social media, ladies and gentleman alike are attracted to the appearance of a healthy glow, especially off-season. With Greek formal recruitment set to launch this weekend and spring break a slim six weeks away, now is the time to read the fine print and perfect your own sunless routine.
Amidst the shouted New Year’s Eve ball drop countdown and couples lip-locking as the clock struck that fateful double digit is the promise of a new year, ripe with opportunity. When the glittery, champagne soaked excitement of New Year’s Eve fades into the confetti-strewn floor, the call to commit to a New Year’s resolution sounds. As January comes to a close, Inside Beat presents a list of the top 5 most popular (and not surprisingly, most commonly broken) resolutions, and explains how to avoid the inevitable resolution commitment issues.
From your first secret Santa exchange with friends to the final toast on New Year’s Eve, the winter holiday season is arguably the most fashionable time of the year and probably the most overwhelming. The plethora of special occasions, major celebrations and gatherings with friends allow you to transform the months of December and January into your own personal runway. A stroll down any row of shops will show you a slew of metallics, florals, dark neutrals, sparkles and cable knits possibly more tempting than even the most decadent chocolate sampler.
Much to the delight of retail workers everywhere, gone is Black Friday and its accompanying in-store shopping craze.
It’s the time of year when we gather around huge plates of food with our loved ones and stuff as much into our mouths as we can. Before we know it, we’re back to those New Year’s resolutions that involve trying to fit back into the pants you swore fit a month ago. Eating healthy during the holidays sounds like a joke, but it’s definitely possible with minimal effort.
In place of travelling home, many students are creating a new sort of Thanksgiving tradition in which they forego the expense and hassle of travel and instead give thanks with friends from the comfort of the University. This growing phenomenon, dubbed “Friendsgiving,”
Merely hours after the turkey has been carved and the thanks have been given, another “holiday” demands to be recognized. This event, which prompts people to excuse themselves from family reunions in favor of dashing out to the nearest shopping mall, is Black Friday. If your post-Thanksgiving plans include participating in the Black Friday shopping craze for the first time or heading out as an annual tradition, trust Inside Beat to familiarize you with the different types of Black Friday shoppers you might encounter at your favorite stores this holiday season.
It’s about that time of the year. Thanks to the season shift, the weather is demanding that you revamp your wardrobe. Where to begin? What do you bring home for break? Before you risk overstuffing, consider this helpful guide to help trim your closet.
Thanksgiving is a time of gratitude, and the way you express that gratitude and celebrate the holiday is based on your preference.Whether you’re heading home for a few days or sticking around campus, hopping on a plane or lazing around with friends, the right outfit is just as important as the right dinner. Thanksgiving is the official launch to the season of revelry, the challenge is now on to stay stylish in the face of fully indulgent cuisine and cruise in grace through the new year.
America is home to some of the most premiere athletes on earth. It is more or less unwritten in our Declaration of Independence that we are entitled to “life, liberty and the pursuit of the gym” (or something like that). If the nations of the world got together in a stereotypical high school classroom, America would unquestionably be the fast-talking jock that won’t shut up about her training schedule. In this country, we go everywhere in sneakers and drink Gatorade like it’s water but tend to scurry into early hibernation at the barest whiff of the first cold front. While it is still November, the days are already getting shorter, the weather is noticeably chillier and in four short weeks, the fall semester will be — gasp — over.
EXXXOTICA is a traveling circus of sorts, but in place of elephants and clowns are exotic dancers and adult film stars.
They say inspiration gives no warning, so it is best to always be prepared. Adina Kramer, a junior in the Rutgers Business School, was struck with a bolt of genius soon after beginning work at the information desk of the Sonny Werblin Recreation Center on Busch campus. Tasked with welcoming in the athletically enthusiastic masses by scanning their student ID cards, Kramer found herself receiving more compliments on her unusually detailed nail art than the number of swipe cards she handled.
It's no secret that everyone in college is trying to save money. Going on a date in college does not mean you have to break the bank. Here are some cute, fun date ideas that won't hurt your wallet!
While seeing others sporting the same costume on Halloween is inevitable, stand out from the crowd of ghouls and goblins this year with Inside Beat’s list of the top nine Halloween makeup hacks. These’ll make you look “scarily” good.