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Rutgers' Jordan Pagano speaks on abrupt end to career

(04/08/20 4:00am)

With a ticket punched to the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships thanks to a 22-9 overall record, graduate student 197-pounder Jordan Pagano was looking forward to having a shot at a national championship. Pagano earned the No. 17 seed and was slated to go up against Rider's No. 16 seed Ethan Laird in the first round. Like last year’s NCAA champion Anthony Ashnault, Pagano wanted to finish off his final year at the top.

Becoming a master of cuisine during coronavirus

(04/08/20 4:00am)

I recently found peace during this stressful spring by baking some Bon Appétit chocolate chip cookies courtesy of Chef Chris Morocco, which received rave reviews from the friends I delivered them to. The freezer is now a friend and frozen veggies, fruit, bread and Eggo have become unexpected staples in my diet. I have also watched a fair amount of food-related content during my quarantine, inevitably exhausting Netflix’s supply of “The Great British Bake Off” and marveling at the Barefoot Contessa’s hilarious cocktail hour Cosmopolitan recipe on Instagram.

Dua Lipa's sophomore album 'Future Nostalgia' is pop music magic

(04/08/20 4:00am)

Dua Lipa, English singer-songwriter, released her sophomore album “Future Nostalgia” on March 27 and it's pop magic. Lipa told Apple Music she wanted the album to evoke nostalgia, honoring its namesake. The album is full of dance pop beats with influences of disco and funk showing her evolution as an artist and her personal journey. It has 11 tracks, all infectious pop that tells a story but while making you dance.

Legacy of Tomie dePaola: College student’s ode to her favorite children’s books

(04/07/20 4:00am)

Tomie dePaola was a children’s author and illustrator of more than 200 books who died on March 30. Using both his words and artistic talents, dePaola enriched his novels with his own experiences and ideas about family. His stories colored the childhoods of thousands across the United States, and he won awards like the 2000 John Newbery Medal and was a runner-up for the 1976 Caldecott Medal. 

Rutgers professor discusses hurricane relief effort in Puerto Rico

(04/06/20 11:11pm)

Richard Alomar, associate professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture, traveled to Puerto Rico this past summer to help address issues left by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Alomar is a core faculty member of the Rutgers Global Health Institute (RGHI) and was invited by the RGHI to partake in the initiative to help the Las Carolinas community. 

MILITARU: Coronavirus has ripped death rituals apart

(04/07/20 5:16pm)

Funeral processions are not something Americans are well acquainted with, but in the rural corners of Romania, black caravans followed by wailing women and somber brass notes routinely crawl through dirt streets at an agonizing pace and entangle every neighbor in the grief of a lost sibling, parent, grandparent or sometimes child. The louder the music, the more mournful the wails, the more important the corpse.

Bad Bunny releases new feminist music video

(04/07/20 4:00am)

A few weeks ago, Bad Bunny, whose real name is Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, released his music video for “Yo Perreo Sola,” a powerful, beat-heavy track from his latest album, “YHLQMDLG.” To say that it’s worth a look is an understatement — my friends and I have watched the video several times, entranced by every detail, from the flawlessness of Bad Bunny’s makeup to the references to Latin America’s feminist movement.