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Everyone knows that spring break is all about making a statement. One way or another, you have to stand out.
In the advent of failure, one can often discover a new opportunity among the tragedy in their midst.
The science behind the first date is definitely not an exact one, considering you can be given different advice depending on whom you ask.
Year: First-Year Major: Journalism School: School of Arts and Sciences The Look Hat: Always Again (on the app Depop) Jacket: Vintage Polo Hoodie: Supreme Jeans: APC Shoes: New Balance Fashion Advice: "First and foremost, dress for yourself.
Name: Elianny Disla Year: First-Year Major: Exercise Science School: School of Arts of Sciences The Look Jacket: Forever 21 Shirt: Forever 21 Pants: American Eagle (distressed by Elianny) Shoes: Superstar Adidas Fashion Advice: "I'm sure you've all heard the cliche line, "it's not what you wear, it's how you wear it," yet, you can easily save money by simply buying the jeans of your liking and then ripping them on your own.
The struggle is real when contemplating whether to change your major or not. It truly is a popular question many Rutgers students face. Many college students face this dilemma at some point or another in their university career, but why do people sometimes view this as such a bad thing? College is a time for you to discover who you are and to become the person you have always wanted to be, so what’s with the stigma against changing your major? Many people like to joke that when you enter college, you will change your major faster than you can finish that first round of beer pong. Changing your major is a natural part of the college process, because you are taking steps to becoming a productive and happily functioning member of society.
The munchies in college seems like a never-ending phenomenon for most of us. You could literally eat a colossal hoagie and it still won't be enough.
Your Danny Tanner needs have finally been fulfilled — well, sort of. Fuller House debuted this past Friday, and I'm sure all Full House fanatics rushed to login into their Netflix accounts to binge watch. The pilot begins with the whole original cast surrounding the kitchen table except Michelle Tanner, because “she’s busy in New York running her fashion empire”. Stephanie is apparently a disc jockey that travels around the world (What?
To dorm or not to dorm? That is the question. Housing lottery season has come once again to fill our lives with either joy or disappointment.
The Wall township based group Halogens released a self-titled EP January 9, and it's one of the most exciting local albums to come out this past season. Over the past five years, Halogens has characteristically maintained a heavy dose of pop-punk influence, lightly sprinkled with hints of psychedelic flavors in their writing — a genre Charlie Throckmorton coined as a “groove-punk and a jam band.” The EP continues this tradition, yet it treads into some new territory with the writing and lyricism, while moving away from the cliche themes of high school and exploring more mature topics.
The Livingston Theatre Company certainly lived up to their reputation as Rutgers University’s premiere musical theatre organization with their second of five showings of “Spring Awakening”, based on the play by Frank Wedekind.
With warm weather and brighter days approaching, students know the semester is coming up on it's midpoint, meaning that spring break is right around the corner.
Cabaret Theatre put on three performances for their Valentine’s weekend event, “Rutgers Night Live XII: Divorce?” "Rutgers Night Live" is Cabaret Theatre’s version of the hit NBC sketch comedy show, "Saturday Night Live." The show was packed with a room full of students and parents, eagerly waiting to enjoy themselves.