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…Details
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…Details
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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In early November, students from various organizations came together to Rock the House for the Ronald McDonald House Charities. Indie bands from all over New Jersey came out to show their support and share their music. To start off the show on a strong note, the first performer of the night was Harpoon Forever. From…Details
This infographic depicts the 4th Annual Homecoming Bed Races at the Rutgers Student Center when student organizations raced decorated beds down College Avenue to benefit New Brunswick Public Schools. Prizes were given to the fastest team, best decorated bed, most hats and gloves raised, and more. Don’t forget to check out the accompanying video taken…Details
Monster Mash is presented by the Cook/Douglass Residence Life and Cook/Douglass Residential Council. This Halloween extravaganza is a safe alternative to trick-or-treating for elementary school children. A variety of student organizations had tables with music, face painting, candy, and tons of games for the kids and their parents to take part in.
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…Details
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…Details
The RutgersZone isn’t just any job – people who work at the Zone know that it is more of an experience than anything else. I see the RutgersZone as being almost an “Entertainment 720” conglomerate- we have music, TV, movies, events, drinks, food, dessert, and more!Details
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,…Details