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There’s no better way to commemorate a school year well done than reveling in the glory of one of the Garden State's finest music festivals. There's no experience quite like it — people from all over gather to soak up the sun and watch live performances given by their favorite artists.
With the recent DDOS attacks, RUwireless, the main source of Internet at Rutger University, has been down.
As the waters warm up and the nights get longer, April’s bonfires,
picnics and outdoor activities have many of the University’s chicest
ladies throwing open their closets in desperation, exclaiming that they
have “nothing to wear.” With finals looming closer and temperatures
boiling up to the 70s, it’s safe to say that New Brunswick has
officially come down with a serious case of spring fever.
As we inch toward the end of the semester and beautiful weather awakens the campus community, constant pressure to get that long-awaited “beach bod” for the summer season becomes increasingly relevant with each passing day.
Whether it's straight, curly or frizzy, Dance Marathon wouldn't be the same without the hair donated from the luscious locks of giving Rutgers students.Two students in particular underwent amazing hair transformations at the Louis Brown Athletic Center. Lahar Parikh, a School of Arts and Sciences sophomore and a previous hair donor, decided to style her chopped of locks with long layers that beautifully frame her face."I volunteer at the children's hospital so I see how important it is to give and be selfless... a small gesture just like donating your hair encourages them to be comfortable in their own skin."Clayton Twidle, a School of Arts and Sciences senior, was a little unsure about what to do with his newly shortened hair, so he left it in the hands of the professional stylist who gave him a cool, slicked back look. "Somebody needs it more than I do."Don't they look great?
At 32 hours of non-stop dancing, Rutgers Dance Marathon is no joke. Here are the stages you might experience during this Rutgers pastime.
At last, spring is rapidly returning in all her verdant glory and we’ve seriously been missing her. After a cold, long winter — marked by even longer nights in the library, consider rewarding yourself with a scenic outdoor study session that’ll not only boost your mood, but your GPA.
While many of us hit the gym to prepare for summer, train
for an event or just get in shape, Roman Miranda, a School of Arts and Sciences
sophomore, was inspired by a drastic life change to pursue a life of health and
Those 21 and over at Rutgers will find any excuse to drink. On snow days, you would think the liquor stores are giving out alcohol for free. When spring rolls around, the minute temperatures hit 60 degrees, backyards around New Brunswick are filled to maximum capacity while classrooms have maybe 2 or 3 desks filled with kids who obviously didn’t get the memo.
They say that everyone is Irish on
St. Patrick’s Day, making the hunt for celebratory green all the more
competitive. While many holiday festivities necessitate out of ordinary
fashion codes – cough cough Halloweekend – St. Patty’s is singular
in its steadfast sartorial demands.
Notoriously viewed as a
drinking holiday in the States, St. Patrick’s Day originated as more than an
excuse to don emerald clothing and shamrock strung necklaces.
Shakespeare once wrote
“now is the winter of our discontent.” A line that might be irrelevant outside
of an English class surprisingly becomes just the opposite if we imagine our
respective beauty regimes as personified rebels, quoting the Bard’s line back
to us in a fit of winter inspired rage.
The dawn of midterms is approaching, the sun sets a little later each evening and hushed murmurs of a fabled, promised break could mean only one thing: winter is on her way out, and spring is on her way in.For those returning to the University next fall, the months of February and March are celebratory times to pop champagne and find just the right emojii to express your excitement over your new "place." The decision to move from an on campus residence hall to an off-campus spot is nothing less than a ceremonial right of passage as you transition up the ranks as a Rutgers student.Once the initial glitter of renting your own place fades and settles to dust, and you realize you are actually responsible for dealing with a landlord, utilities and preserving some level of cleanliness on a daily basis, it is easy to feel overwhelmed with all of the new responsibilities that come with being an owner of an off-campus apartment or house. Though the chapter of vintage movie star posters, micro-fridges and floor meetings is nearing a close, another story of tea lights, cork boards and house dinners is just about to begin.You do not need to break the bank to blaze a trail — the secret is to trust your instincts as well as your budget and to also take your time.
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?