Live Vibes Session: Little Rose

What began as two friends playing sweet serenades in Jameson Hall three years ago has since grown into a five-piece alternative/folk band that has come onto the NJ music scene remarkably fast. The Jameson “duo down the hall” consisted of Evangelia Psarakis, who is now a Rutgers alumna, and Ally Wepner, currently a senior. Ally…

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You’re Listening to 90.3 The Core with DJ Sade

If you’ve ever tuned in to Rutgers’ very own student-run radio station, The Core FM, then you might have jammed with this one. This is Sade Osuji, a third year double majoring in Communications and Human Resource Management. Her friends and family know her outgoing personality, kind heart, and 6’ 2” height. However, what most…

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Live Vibes Session: ROMP

 Let’s pack our bags and meet at the corner of my street Pick me up and we’ll drive until we hit the water Let’s spend every night discovering new places we can hide From the world but never each other” [youtube id=”hifCHY94i0Q” width=”600″ height=”350″] Right from the opening lines of the first song on ROMP’s…

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Live Vibes Session: Professor Caveman

[youtube id=”rH9wwk_isXI” width=”600″ height=”350″] Above: Rob plays his song “The Quiet Hours” Meet Rob Romano, a junior in the Mason Gross School of the Arts who is majoring in Printmaking. When he is not making works of art, you’ll find him with a guitar in hand going by the name of “Professor Caveman.” Rob began…

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Live Vibes Session: Cold Weather Company

[youtube id=TBjTPDGQjGk width=”600″ height=”350″] Above: Cold Weather Company plays their song “Seafarer” Drawing inspiration from the sounds of Mumford & Sons, Coldplay, The Dave Matthews Band, Keane, and the Tallest Man on Earth, Cold Weather Company has been taking New Brunswick by storm ever since they first started playing together last fall. The alternative/folk band is…

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What Are You Listening To?

Have you ever wondered what your classmates are listening to?  As you may have noticed, a large amount of Rutgers students are equipped for class with headphones in their ears. We here at I Am Rutgers were curious as to what music is popular on campus.  So, we went around asking “What are you listening…

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Composing Through College

Sam Bobinski is a recent graduate of the BFA music major at Mason Gross School of the Arts. He has been playing bass since he was 10-years-old. Bobinski loves playing music, regardless of the medium, but chose to focus his studies on bass because it is the foundation of music and for the instrument’s low…

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Spoken Words & Music. What’s your talent?

The Haitian Association at Rutgers University held their annual Apollo Night talent show at the Rutgers Student Center in early February. The  multipurpose room was packed with faithful friends ready to cheer on their peers. Following the tradition of the original Apollo Night, the popularity driven event showcased rappers, poets, and singers. The audience applauded their…

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A Concert to Remember!

For the past five years four a cappella groups have come together with one goal in mind; to give their audience a performance they will never forget. This year Casual Harmony, Deep Treble, The Orphan Sporks, and Shock Wave came together to put on a concert that would leave the audience in awe. It is the…

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Performing for a Great Cause

The Rutgers University’s Palestine Children’s Relief Fund presented their second annual Rutgers Got Talent Show last month. The night was filled with magical, musical, and poetic talents all for a great cause. The proceeds of the event was donated to the Palestine Children’s Relief Fund which helps to locate free humanitarian and medical care for…

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For The Love Of Music

The Orphan Sporks embody the definition of musical talent. They are not just an average a cappella group here on campus; their name alone gives insight on just how unique they are. Their name originated from the founding members, who wrote down a couple of bad names and the Orphan Sporks was the best out…

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Orphan Sporks Music Video: Rutgers Swagger

Proud to showoff their Rutgers swagger the The Orphan Sporks, the Scarlet Knight, Cheer team and Dance team rock out around campus in this fun music video. The group hits up some of the local hot spots like the Grease Trucks and the Rutgers football stadium. A guest appearance by the Scarlet Knight football Coach Kyle…

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