For James Thomas, a fat sandwich from the grease trucks just doesn’t cut it. Through proper diet and exercise, the sophomore and exercise science major has transcended above the dietary habits of an ordinary college student. After a positive response from photo postings of his meals online, Thomas created a Facebook page, in high hopes…Details
Over the years, hundreds of students have found a second home at Gamma Sigma, the only co-educational, interfaith, inter-racial, social fraternity on campus. Following a strong policy of inclusion and acceptance, a few members share what it means to be a brother and how Gamma Sigma makes a difference in the Rutgers community. Golda Speyer…Details
Cabaret Theatre presents Eleemosynary, an inspiring story about three generations of women and their turbulent, yet touching relationships.
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With the stress of exams and upcoming project due dates, students need a break to relax and de-stress. So when they had a choice to study or sing Disney songs during Karaoke Night, which did they choose? Karaoke, of course. Karaoke Night, hosted by the Rutgers University Programming Association, was an amazing success. One of…Details
Wow, time flies. While typing my reflection of 90.3 the Core, I can’t help but smile and realize how far along we’ve come together as an organization. It feels like just yesterday, a group of us on the executive staff were working on conducting a live three-day broadcast from the All Points West Festival in…Details
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…Details
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…Details
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…Details