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Eating healthy hasn’t been on my mind in my previous 18 years on this planet, but in recent months it has become a central focus while navigating Rutgers’ dining halls.Despite endless attempts, I have never been able to follow a healthy eating regimen.
Lead roles in musical theater are typically paired with physical pre-requisites such as height, weight and gender.
"The Panic Attack Play" is an original project coordinated by Celine Dirkes and Sara Ferreira that was performed at the Cabaret Theatre on Saturday, Jan.
The importance of self-care cannot be stressed enough. The hustle and bustle of college life can weigh you down if you don’t set aside time to practice a little R&R.
Two generations ago, in the early days of the New Brunswick music scene, there was The After 5 nightclub near to where today’s Public Safety Building is, on Commercial Avenue.
It is a sunny day in New Brunswick, and you have class soon. You could take the bus or start walking — or you could strap on your helmet and take your bicycle out for a spin on the New Brunswick pavement.Imagine having the wind rushing by your face as you see your fellow classmates squished together like sardines in a can, taking the EE down George Street.
I’ve been in Rome, Italy for about five minutes and already I can’t imagine myself being any happier anywhere else in the world.
Caffeine is a main food group for college students, and on a campus that spans two cities, there are a plethora of options.
Dim lights, a vinyl record playing in the background and the smell of fresh-brewed coffee, Hidden Grounds proves itself as being more than just your local coffee house — this time with a latte art class.
On Friday, Jan. 20, four organizations operating under the Paul Robeson Cultural Center transformed the Rutgers Student Center into a nightclub with music celebrating the community of black students on the Banks.Black Student Union (BSU), West Indian Student Organization (WISO), The Organization for African Students and Friends of Africa (TWESE) and Haitian Association at Rutgers University's (HARU) After Shock party encouraged students to commemorate their heritages and the end of syllabus week.
With the unseasonably warm weather here in New Jersey, Rutgers students have shed their parkas and hats and are sporting some pretty hot trends this January.
For the people who have wanted to join greek life since high school or for the people like me, who showed up on a whim and a few months later ended up a part of it, rushing is the fun part of the process.Rush week, for most fraternities and sororities, is the rare once-a-semester dessert before dinner.
New Brunswick basement-product dollys headlined Asbury Park’s intimate Lakehouse Studios show Wednesday night on one of its last shows in New Jersey before its spring tour begins.
The girl-powered pop band Halcionne didn’t set out to challenge the well-established New Brunswick basement show scene.
All revolutions it seems begin with the majestic merging of sensations of gross injustice with self righteousness and end in a mass walk of determination.
Before the Jan. 31 deadline, use this guide to decide whether or not to get a meal plan.
Love them or loathe them, there’s undeniable virtue in New Year’s resolutions. The promise of a new year makes us want to stretch to be the smartest, funniest and happiest versions of ourselves.
When there’s snow on the ground, it’s dark at 5 p.m. and every house on the block is decked out in lights, it’s hard not to feel a little bit of the holiday spirit regardless of what you do or don’t celebrate this time of year.
Social media should have its own rehabilitation program.
It’s the holiday season, which means you probably have more exams, papers and projects than you know what to do with.