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It’s the middle of the second semester, and your once fresh and catalogue worthy dorm room is now looking like any other teenage bedroom, except this time your clothes are in a ball at the foot of your bed, and if your mother saw how many plastic water bottles you’ve accumulated, she’d kill you.What gives?
Whether you’re an art student at the Mason Gross School of the Arts or just an amateur experimenting with the myriad of art forms, you’ll need to buy your basic supplies.
Let’s all take a look at the Sugar Bowl, a term for a community of sugar providers and sugar babies.
Arnold Weinberg didn’t think it was his place to host a "Black Arts Festival" as the white business owner of Modern Art Solutions (MAS), a graphic design and screen printing company in Highland Park, New Jersey.Weinberg also didn’t think he was “qualified” to host the event because of his race.
On Fat Tuesday, Old Bay restaurant brought a taste of a traditional New Orleans Mardi Gras celebration to the Banks.
OnMonday night, two of the original feminist art world activists took off their masks to share with a packed auditorium the work of the Guerrilla Girls.The Guerrilla Girls is a collective that started in 1985 in New York City focused on being the “conscious of the art world,” bringing to light the injustices regarding diversity and inclusion.The women that banded together after an exhibit of contemporary artists at the Museum of Modern Art failed to show an adequate number of female artists and artists of color.Being artists themselves, they kept their identities a secret to protect their own careers and took on the names of deceased female artists (keeping their memories alive as well).Alice Neel (1900-1984) and Hannah Höch (1889-1978) graced the Zimmerli Museum last Monday.
Pizza has been a staple food in every college student's diet since the beginning of time.
As everyone flips their calendars to March, sports fans will turn their attention to college basketball for arguably the greatest post-season competition — the NCAA college basketball tournament, a competition so unpredictable that it’s become known as March Madness. So in the spirit of a great American tradition, The Daily Targum is introducing the biggest food contest Rutgers University and its local restaurant scene has ever seen: March Munchies. The tournament's name is a tip of the hat to its basketball doppelgänger and is a 32-restaurant, single-elimination tournament — half the amount of participants as the NCAA tournament but with all of the excitement. The court begins at the border of the Douglass and College Avenue campus and stretches deep into the depths of Easton Avenue.
Surf Taco, located in the Yard on the College Avenue campus, is a great place to get a good burrito, wrap, salad or tacos.
I want to start out by saying, being a black woman, especially an educated, young black woman, is a full-time job. Not only is it without monetary compensation, it is also a laborious battle day-in and day-out.
It’s difficult enough to try to match your wardrobe to the ever-changing forecast — sunny and 72 degrees one day, snow and 30 below the next — and on top of that, fluctuating weather patterns can take quite the toll on your immune system.In drastic temperature changes and such fickle weather, it’s important to make sure you are doing everything in your power to fuel and protect your body.
Love it, hate it, can’t stand it or can’t get enough, it’s undeniable that ABC’s show "The Bachelor" is one of most successful television franchises of our time. Not only has the series sparked 19 international editions, inspired three spin-off’s in "The Bachelorette," "Bachelor Pad" and "Bachelor in Paradise" and racked in roughly $190 million in annual advertising revenue, but in the heat of its 21st season, it’s got incredible longevity for a reality show.“What I find fascinating about the program is that it treats love and desire, which appear to be natural and spontaneous, as a matter of artificiality, codes and strategies,” said Jack Bratich a professor in the Department of Journalism and Media Studies.As the women vie for the affections of Wisconsin software salesman Nick Viall in the franchise’s 39th collective installment, you have to wonder why "The Bachelor" has elicited such passionate sentiments of allure and disgust among millions of viewers since debuting in March 2002, especially in the college student age bracket.Burning terms like rose ceremony, date card and Fantasy Suite into the cultural lexicon, "The Bachelor" cuts through the messy rituals of 21st-century dating to construct a formal process where female contestants from all over the country gather to battle in a 12-week, elimination-style dating competition for the heart of one eligible single man.
New Brunswick needs more hip-hop music. In this wonderful college town, you can take a trip on a Thursday night and find yourself in a basement show or some sort of indie/punk show, but despite there being a clear interest in hip-hop music, sometimes it’s hard to find shows.But despite the difficultly of finding hip-hop shows in Rutgers’ back yard, they are definitely there — and boy, are they fun.