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Building community: How urban planning, design impact cities

(10/08/19 6:34pm)

The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy hosted a special series of panel discussion talks this Wednesday with several professionals and professors within spatial planning and urban design. The panel discussion, called "Designing Value — The Impact of Design," focused on how design aesthetics blend together or clash with the needs of our various social and cultural heritages, as well as large institutional patterns. 




From frugal first-years to stingy seniors, we all find ways to save

(09/26/19 4:00am)

An essential part of the college student experience for many involves being frugal with your money. Financial issues and their harmful effects such as food insecurity and lack of school supplies affect many students nationwide — especially here at Rutgers, where the food pantry has seen an increase in usage recently, as reported by The Daily Targum.







How to discover your next favorite song, album, artist

(04/25/19 4:00am)

Music is the most plentiful artistic medium, due in part to the fact that it has one of the lowest barriers to entry and the least amount of commitment needed by an audience. We can immediately tell what songs we don’t like and just simply hit the skip button. Each song, each album, brings us into a whole new world, and the types of music we like and don’t like are easy to recognize. 






Budgeting beauty: Your guide to wallet-friendly makeup

(04/08/19 4:00am)

Walking into a Sephora, we’re constantly hit with the latest launches from brands and our holy grail products. Unfortunately, many of these high-end brands that we love can break the bank, especially for college students. Brands like NARS Cosmetics, Tarte Cosmetics and Anastasia Beverly Hills, Inc. can charge $30 for just one item, making them impractical for our wallets.