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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.
The holiday season has finally arrived! Every retail store is packed with eye-catching red and gold displays, while Santa makes his appearances for family photos at the mall.
Holiday shopping is in full swing, online sales are soaring, young kids are on their best behavior, empty-nested moms are emptying their wallets and college kids are hurting badly.
Nothing screams Christmas like a good ole’ ugly sweater. Every year, there are ugly Christmas sweaters spotted everywhere around campus, especially Christmas parties. Barnes & Noble has one that is $40 — what a rip off — so don't bother blowing a paycheck on a sweater with Santa’s face on it when you can make one on your own. You no longer have to fear spending a wad of cash on an ugly sweater that you are probably going to wear once a year.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and we are absolutely broke. Through a whole semester of new textbooks, food deliveries and Spring Break down-payments can sure thin out your piggybank.
We’ve all seen it in every show on television. Every squad from back in the day always met at their neighborhood’s coffee shop/diner to catch up on life. There was Tom’s Restaurant in "Seinfeld," Central Perk in "Friends," and on "Lizzie McGuire," the “ultra hip”Digital Bean.
The Daily Targum is thankful for having had the honor of collaborating with Yik Yak this November in order to find out what Rutgers students are really thankful for this season.
Gathering around one table to give thanks, your family is finally all together at last. After fierce cross-interrogation about your classes, GPA, social circle, love life and career plans for the next 50 years, there’s left nothing for a Rutgers kid to do but pop a bottle and embrace the evening.
While "Halloweekend" seems like a boozy, sugar-coated distant memory, chances are you're still feeling its draining after-effects. Although Halloweekend is depicted as the greatest three days of a college student’s life, its aftermath will have you looking more like a zombie than the one you saw walking down College Avenue on actual Halloween.
A recent trip to the mall to help a friend update his wardrobe made me realize exactly why fall is my favorite season.
While Halloween sounds super fun in theory, we all know that between all the costume planning and party organizing, the only thing you really want to do by the end of Halloweekend is black out with a giant bottle of wine and bag of candy while watching "Hocus Pocus." But Inside Beat is here to remind those that are 21 and over, that this holiday only comes once a year, so it’s time to jump into that costume you’ve had planned for this day since last month, and grab your friends for a pre-game that will leave you buzzed enough to endure the crowded bars and frat basements.
As Cady Heron from "Mean Girls" once mused, Halloween is the one night a year that a girl can dress however she likes, and no other girl can say anything about it.
Inside Beat knows that the spookiest monsters on campus have come in the form of spine-chilling midterm exam.
Let’s face it, Rutgers is pretty ancient. Ghost sightings have been reported at various locations here at Rutgers, so who knows what could be lurking throughout these campuses.
Once a year can we can see Dracula and Wonder Woman share a drink together, but preceding this event is a night designated to causing as much trouble as possible.
Fall has arrived in all its glory, which means descending jewel-tone leaves, chilly winds and accepting the unescapable — pumpkin spice flavored everything.
As we trudge through the thick of midterm season, the only fall on the minds of many Rutgers collegians is the possible GPA slip. Take heart, studious ones, and take a look around — the morning air is crisper, the leaves are just starting to turn and it’s absolutely gorgeous outside.
The beginning of the school year means one thing: new, fresh fall fashion. Let’s take a look on what trends from the runway made it to campus this year shall we!2015 is clearly the new 1990.
Hijab, the headscarf worn by many Muslim women, holds an array of different meanings. To those who accept the stereotypical idea of Muslim women, hijab comes to mean oppression, and subjugation.