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The “OK Boomer” phenomenon has taken the world, in reality and online, by storm. A joint effort of the millennials and Generation Z, this curt but powerful phrase has both offended and befuddled baby boomers. The kids of the ‘80s, ’90s and 2000s cannot help but feel like many baby boomers, especially those in power, do not truly understand the complexities of the world we are inheriting.
In the lead-up to the Christmas release of Greta Gerwig’s retelling of the American classic by Louisa May Alcott, “Little Women,” British activist and actress Emma Watson graced the cover of British Vogue’s December 2019 issue.
British indie musician Alexander O'Connor, known popularly by his stage name Rex Orange County, released his third studio album titled “Pony” on Oct. 25.
The infamy surrounding the Rutgers buses is integral to the culture of our campus. Students often bond over the grievances they share when it comes to this mode of transportation. They get us where we need to go most days, but can be somewhat notorious for their efficiency, or lack thereof.
On the first Tuesday of every month, Rutgers’ Zimmerli Art Museum hosts a fun and free Art After Hours event where students and patrons can engage in an exciting evening of art, music and conversation.
We’ve all seen the likes of cats, angels and nurses roam the streets of New Brunswick on Halloween night. More often than not, people throw on a plain top, pair of jeans and costume-like headband and call it a day.
Art and culture are deeply intertwined with one another, and museums serve as a platform to display this tight, undeniable connection.
One of the most significant moments of my life was seeing the Jonas Brothers live in concert in 2010. Since then, the members of the trio have broken up as a band, gotten married, started families and gotten back together as of this year.
For many people, the experience of childhood is often associated with parents telling tales of fantastical characters like Santa Claus around Christmas and the Easter Bunny around Easter (if one’s family celebrated those holidays), or the Tooth Fairy every time a baby tooth fell out.
On Tuesday evening, the South Asian Studies Program (SASP) and the Department of Art History at Rutgers University—New Brunswick brought Indian visual artist L.N. Tallur to the Zimmerli Art Museum’s Dodge Gallery to talk about his recent work being exhibited at the Grounds for Sculpture (GFS) in Hamilton, New Jersey.
The Zimmerli Art Museum hosted its second Art After Hours event of the semester last Tuesday, Oct. 1, centering around its impressive new creative exhibition rooted in scientific knowledge: “Dimensionism: Modern Art in the Age of Einstein.” The rather interdisciplinary evening was buzzing with conversations revolving around the two stars of the show, science and art.
Taylor Swift’s seventh studio album, “Lover,” was released on Aug. 23, and once again proved to audiences and critics alike the vocal and lyrical genius of the 29-year-old country-turned-pop star.
"Oscar bait" films, as their moniker suggests, are films that are supposedly created for the purpose of winning Academy Awards, rather than solely cashing in on box office returns. Films gather Oscar buzz throughout the year and cater to critics and cinema-goers alike by applying a combination of clever marketing tactics and cinematic tropes and narratives.
Many may not know that apart from writing legendary songs like “Hey Jude” and “Yesterday,” Paul McCartney of The Beatles had a brief-but-illustrious career in abstract painting.
Recently, I’ve become a part of a reality television social media fandom known as “Bachelor Nation.” I got hooked on to the series of shows — “The Bachelor,” “The Bachelorette” and “Bachelor in Paradise” — last year, when I felt like my brain cells deserved a break and I had exhausted all the content that I consumed on the regular.
In the spirit of summer, my Instagram timeline has been filled with pictures of people lounging by the pool or on the beach, traveling around exciting and exotic locations all over the world and dining on what seemed like delectable food.
On the first Tuesday of every month, Rutgers’ own Zimmerli Art Museum hosts an exciting and free evening of art, conversations and music.
Rutgers–New Brunswick faced some torrential rainfall on Friday, and the band Young the Giant certainly brought the thunder. This semester’s Beats on the Banks headliner dazzled its audience with its amalgamation of evocative alternative rock and indie pop music. Come April 26, the quintet took to the stage at the College Avenue Gymnasium, hosted by Rutgers University Programming Association (RUPA) to perform songs off their latest album, “Mirror Master,” as well as their greatest hits, like the poignant “Cough Syrup.”
Today marks the end of an era for many of our favorite Marvel heroes. “Avengers: Endgame” is finally here.
Despite the fact that streaming platforms like Netflix, Hulu and HBO Go are constantly releasing fresh content for us to watch, we often gravitate toward watching oldies but goodies. The pressure to catch up on new content is overwhelming, so instead we find solace in old content that we’ve watched before.