All Adventurous Women Do

The term Pioneer Woman has incredible conviction, and few embody it better than Jasmeet Bawa. Jasmeet, a current Rutgers senior majoring in Cognitive Science and minoring in Philosophy and Education, is a woman who has refused to be limited by any means. She is the current Editor in Chief of the Anthologist, the oldest literary magazine…

Go Outdoors: Kayaking in North Carolina

On any given day you can find Jen Conover hanging out at Basecamp, home to the Rutgers Recreation’s Go Outdoors Program. The program provides students who have an interest in outdoor activities the chance to explore nature with a variety of trips and activities. Jen has always been interested in being active outdoors; from snowboarding to hiking,…

A Day in the Life of a Dancer

Jada Cunningham is in her third-year of the BFA dance program at Mason Gross School of the Arts. Jada began dancing 18-years ago with classical ballet technique. When I dance, I feel as though I’m communicating and expressing thoughts and feelings that cannot be put into a concise sentence,” Jada explains. After her time at…

Feminizing the World One T-Shirt At a Time

Alan Martofel is a recent Rutgers graduate who majored in Political Science and Psychology. He is the founder of the clothing company, Feminist Apparel. With a positive message the brand has steadily been growing in popularity. While attending Rutgers, he became aware of the issues surrounding gender inequality through various friends who are heavily involved…

Making a Difference in Tanzania

For some, volunteering simply means heading over to a local food kitchen and lending a helping hand. However, Shanzay Farzan, a second year majoring in mechanical aerospace engineering and minoring in Japanese, took a different approach. This past winter break Shanzay made a spontaneous decision to travel over 7,400 miles to Tanzania to volunteer at…