Go Team Go!

The strategic play of the American Go Game is no challenge for the members of the Rutgers Go Club. Go not only gives current students a chance to play non-competitive games twice a week, but it has a growing fan base for alumnus of the organization.


Rutgers CAN “Paint the Town Red”

The Rutgers Children’s AIDS Network (CAN) is an on-campus organization that is directly affiliated with the Robert Wood Johnson AIDS Program (RWJAP) in New Brunswick to raise awareness and support on the fight against AIDS. “Paint the Town Red” Coffeehouse was held at the Red Lion Cafe on World AIDS Day, an event acknowledging one…


Cabaret Theatre: 2011 Fall Involvement Fair

During the 2011 Fall Involvement Fair the Cabaret Theatre gave us the scoop on their upcoming scene.

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To learn more about new productions and how to get involved with Cabaret Theatre, visit their website!

Working at the Medium

The Medium is a weekly satirical publication produced by University students for the entertainment of the student community. “We have more of a mission to entertain RU,” said Katie Davis, the publication’s editor-in-chief. “We’re trying to raise the standards for creating quality entertainment.”  The publication, funded by RUSA Allocations and one of the most widely…


Teach Me How to Garba

Hundreds of students gathered together in the Livingston Recreation Center on Friday, October 21st for Garba, an event hosted by the Association of Indians at Rutgers (AIR).  Garba is an Indian dance that is usually performed during Navratri, a nine-day, Hindu festival where the nine forms of Shakti are worshipped.  Everyone dressed up in colorful…


Service Through Teamwork

The collegiate chapter of Alpha Phi Omega at Rutgers University embodies a co-ed service fraternity that participates in a variety of on and off campus service events to help out the community. A couple of the APO brothers, Kyle Narcoonis (President), Pathik Parikh (Sergeant-at-arms), Teresa Cicci (Section Representative), and Bhumika Patel (Junior Sectionals Representative) sit…


Playing Like a Team

Win or lose, The Unknown play hard on the field while maintaining the meaning of teamwork with the motivational help of Captain Trevor Gobien and co-captain Andrew Kulihin. Aspiring Rutgers football players Trevor Gobien and Andrew Kulihin got their head start on the Busch Intermural Football team. With two Intramural football divisions, Busch and Cook,…