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In the downstairs dining room of the Garden State Ale House with food that’s way too fancy for the average Rutgers student to afford, The New Brunswick Jazz Project is back at it again with another Emerging Artists Night.On April 11, Jazzy Jon and the Hard Bop Hitters swooned the audience with their renditions of their favorite jazz tunes as well as originals written by the band’s front man and guitarist Jonathan Kirschner, a Mason Gross School of the Arts sophomore.Other band members included Stephen Yee on alto saxophone, Ryan Permaul on bass, and Nick Dekens on drums.
The diversity and inclusivity in which Rutgers University prides itself with was fabulously showcased Thursday night at Demarest Hall’s Spring Drag Show, where students came out to perform and show support for the LGBTQ community.Aidan Cushing, a resident of Demarest Hall and organizer for the event, said the tightknit and supportive community of Demarest is what makes the Hall a perfect location for the show.
On Friday, April 14, the Rutgers Hindu Students Council (HSC) will bring a cultural color wars to the Banks as a way to celebrate Holi at Rutgers.Many people only associate the Hindu festival of colors with the excitement of throwing color powder on a sunny spring day, but there is a whole history behind the holiday that is often forgotten about.Most people do not realize that Holi occurs at the same time — at the beginning of spring — every year for a reason.
After six weeks, five rounds of competition, thousands of votes and more calories than anyone could possibly count, March Munchies has narrowed its field from 32 restaurants to the final one standing.A tight battle between Hansel 'n Griddle and Destination Dogs in the competition’s final weekend determined its first-ever winner over the weekend.Following four days of back-and-forth between the voters on polls both on the Daily Targum website and its Twitter account, the votes have been tallied and the results are in.
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.Many of us Scarlet Knights call this sensation the “RU Screw.”As grueling as the process of registering for classes can be, it can be made a little bit easier with some tips, tricks and hacks.If you haven't already met, introduce yourself to Degree Navigator and Course Schedule Planner and make them your best friends.With Degree Navigator, you can see the requirements you've completed and what you have left, as well as which classes fulfill missing requirements.Course Schedule Planner lets you pick as many courses as you want and plot out your schedule without officially registering you.
Last Friday night, RUPA’s Beats on the Bank set a new standard for high energy. Electric dance music (EDM) artists 3LAU and Baauer performed at the College Avenue Gymnasium for a near-sold out show, getting students on their feet and heads out of books for a night of techno-tranced drum and bass.Baauer is best know for his 2013 hit “Harlem Shake,” a track that went virtual with homemade music videos.
Gaypril is a University-wide, month-long celebration of LGBTQIA cultural history and pride. Almost every day for the month of April, renamed Gaypril among the queer communities, there will be crafts, fashion shows, service projects and performances all focused on queer issues and topics.
Storytelling shapes us into who we are — we tell stories to our family and friends, to mere strangers and even to ourselves as a way to convey emotion, explain ideas and give valuable lessons.As storytelling is a crucial part of our everyday lives, TEDxRutgers held its first-ever "Creative Storytelling Open Mic" night on Wednesday, April 5, where Rutgers students were free to let their voices be heard.Although known for its annual TEDx Conference and public speaking contests, Wednesday’s open mic night was the organization’s first dabble in creative performance.Held at the Livingston Student Center in collaboration with the Verbal Mayhem Poetry Collective, the non-profit aimed to explore the art of storytelling through poetry, song, personal narrative, monologue and beyond.With an initially slow turnout, Mason Gross School of the Arts student Marcus Raye Perez woke the crowd with his spoken word poem “I Met God, She’s Black,” inspired by a T-shirt donning the same phrase.
The first Monday and second Tuesday of the month just got a little bit boozier at the Hub City Brewhouse.
After a month of battles between the restaurants selected by The Daily Targum for the first annual March Munchies, the original field of 32 eateries has been reduced to two following last weekend’s Final Four.Without further ado, here are the results from the penultimate round:FINAL FOUR:Matchup One:No.1 Hansel n’ Griddle 593 (559 Targum Poll + 34 Twitter Poll) defeated No. 2 PJ’s Pizza 542 (525 + 17)Matchup Two:No. 2 Destination Dogs 476 votes (454 + 22) defeated No. 1 RU Hungry?
Listening to ЧAYU's music is like arriving at a place you can stay and hang out with your friends surrounded by comfy pillows, good conversation and grooves that make everything feel as light as the smoke in the air. After spending 15 years in California, multi-instrumentalist, producer and mastermind behind ЧAYU, Danny Boutoussov, has come to make that space in New Brunswick, New Jersey.Spoken in Boutoussov’s native tongue, his moniker originates from the Russian word meaning tea.
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Design students formally unveiled their work at the opening reception for the Wabi Sabi Thesis Exhibition on March 23, marking the date for the first ever design-only thesis show hosted by the Mason Gross School of the Arts.At the exhibition, visitors senses were marinated by the wealth of diverse pieces.
Top seed Hansel ‘n Griddle takes on No. 2 seed Destination Dogs in the championship round of March Munchies, the final weekend of the competition's first edition.
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.
From everyday life to all screens large and small, someone has their face beat.
Spoken word, in the simplest sense, is an oral performance of poetry: an art of wordplay that can also take the form of hip-hop, comedy bits or monologs.