The Beauty of Diversity

Cultural Beauty: A Conversation & Practice was a night to celebrate the beauty of diversity. The Cook Campus Center multipurpose room was transformed into a room of cultural stations of African waist beading, origami, and henna. Students wandered from station to station, experiencing the traditions of the provided stations and expressed opinions about cultural practices…


Entering the Time Warp

The Livingston Theatre Company presented The Rocky Horror Show by Richard O’Brien on November 3rd at the Livingston Student Center.


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…


Ready for the Spotlight

Alexandra Kelly is more than just your average student. As a senior at Rutgers University studying towards a communications major and music minor, Alexandra aspires to be a famous singer and songwriter. Using her experience at the University, Alexandra hopes to break into the music industry after graduation. “I’ve seriously been singing ever since I could…


RU Entreprenuership Day

Rutgers Entrepreneurship Day welcomed students and local entrepreneurs to discuss their business ideas through pitch presentations about their developing projects. Notable speeches included keynote speaker Steve Wozniak, Apple Computers Inc. co-founder. Wozniak addressed an attentive crowd of entreprenuers, students, alumni, and investors about his humble beginnings where at a young age he was fixated by…


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…


Pehchaan for Pratham

Tons of students gathered together in the State Theater on Livingston Avenue on Sunday, November 13th for “Pehchaan: Dare to Define,” the annual Association of Indians at Rutgers (AIR) show. Showcasing the artistic and cultural talents of students and various Greek organizations at Rutgers, the AIR show advocated and raised money for Pratham, a UNICEF…


Thoughts on Thanksgiving

After two long months of learning and taking midterms students are excited about getting some time off. Find out what students are looking forward to for Thanksgiving.

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