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As we’re in the middle of a challenging time, podcasts are a great way to escape your own mind and listen in on a discussion that sparks your interest and curiosity. There are a number of great podcasts that I listen to, but one that I’ve been following religiously — I have no shame — is “The Betchelor” podcast, hosted by Derek Peth and Kay Brown. The podcast is based on “The Bachelor” franchise, and if you’re not well versed on the show here’s a rundown.
In light of this global pandemic we are currently living in, celebs have taken to their social media to post messages of positivity, encourage people to donate to organizations and provide entertainment while we’re all isolating ourselves at home.
In lieu of the ongoing presidential race for the upcoming election in November, celebrities have taken it upon themselves to endorse certain candidates. After several of the Democrat candidates decided to drop out of the race in recent weeks, including Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and former Mayor Pete Buttigieg, the frontrunners for the Democrat Party are now down to former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.).
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A Black self-made photographer from California, Kimberly Douglas, is making waves on the internet with her beautiful and aesthetic photoshoots. She uses the guest room in her house as a photo studio and does photoshoots of herself against floral backgrounds and props. She creates her own detailed set pieces, which are often inspired by nature, and does a variety of abstract shots.
Another day, another heated interaction between two celebrities on social media. Gigi Hadid took to Twitter after YouTube star Jake Paul came after her boyfriend, former One Direction heartthrob Zayn Malik. The story starts when Paul described running into Malik several times at a boxing match in Las Vegas.
Many of our childhoods align with the iconic era of Disney Channel, when everyone’s favorite shows “Hannah Montana,” “Wizards of Waverly Place” and “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody” dominated the network. These shows were immensely popular among young age groups and feature a variety of fun, iconic characters.
The Academy Awards banned a commercial by Frida Mom depicting a mother experiencing postpartum symptoms. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) deemed it was “too graphic with partial nudity and product demonstration.”
Taylor Swift released her documentary “Miss Americana” on Netflix on Jan. 31, garnering buzz from fans and onlookers alike. The documentary spans from the past few years of her life, which was a very transformative period for Swift. She disappeared from the public eye, reprioritized her life and tackled a lot of issues — publicly and privately.
On Wednesday night, Rutgers University Programming Association (RUPA) hosted a makeup workshop in the Busch Student Center led by professional makeup artist Christina Vergara. Vergara has done campaign shoots for Refinery29 and Century 21 and currently does makeup for bridal and weddings.
As a Rutgers student, it can be difficult balancing your classes, social life, work and involvement on campus. We only get so many hours in a day that it’s natural to want to fall asleep in between classes and get that extra time to rest, as it is important for our wellbeing. Rutgers has a variety of locations where students can nap across all campuses. Here is a list of the five best and safest spots.
The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards took place at the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, California. Pop artist and rapper Lizzo opened the show with “Cuz I Love You,” the title track off her album, and “Truth Hurts,” which incorporated an orchestra, ballet sequence and of course, a flute. She dedicated her performance to Kobe Bryant, who died on Sunday in a tragic helicopter accident.
In the last few years, promotion for music has exploded on social media. Many artists use social media to communicate to their followers about new music and understand what their fans expect from them.
The year 2011 was one you may recall in your distant memory. It was a big year for culture, at home and abroad. The year consisted of grave events like the death of Steve Jobs, success by the U.S. forces in the killing of Osama bin Laden and the domination of pop artists Adele and Katy Perry in the world of music.
If you enjoyed seeing what your friends are liking on Instagram from day to day and the comments people are leaving on Jennifer Aniston’s posts, say goodbye to this privilege.
This summer has been the wildest summer of my life.
Despite the recent trend of young engagements in Hollywood, like those between Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin or Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner, millennials in general are waiting longer to get married compared to previous generations. Marriage has become less of a priority in American society and is not as highly regarded as once before. In this day and age, women and men have many reasons to wait to tie the knot rather than forge a lifelong commitment.
From tropical vacations to concert gigs to cute pictures of their pets, practically everyone is sharing the best aspects of their lives on social media. The constant pressure and desire to share your life with your followers plays a role in how millennials are determining and expressing their relationships. When a significant other hits the Instagram page, the relationship immediately becomes official. It’s harmless to post pictures showing off your bae to everyone else, but the issue arises when the relationship doesn’t last.
Just in time for the holidays, Cabaret Theatre will debut its production of "Ordinary Days" on Friday, a musical packed with a number of vibrant performances, relatable moments and laughs.
Representing the New Brunswick Jazz Project, the Kate Curran Duo performed at Due Mari restaurant Friday evening in downtown New Brunswick. With Kate Curran as the vocalist and Michael Bond on the keys, the duo created an atmosphere that felt straight out of an old Hollywood movie. The pair performed a number of jazz songs that complimented Curran’s vocal talent, and Bond demonstrated his innate gift for playing the piano.