Students from all majors came together on February 8th to attend the Engineers Without Borders Chapter meeting where they all got a chance to network with one another and make connections. Engineers Without Borders is a non-profit, humanitarian organization that focuses on improving the quality of life for those living in developing communities. I Am…Details
Rutgers University’s The Big Cheese and A 4 Effort held an improvised comedy show consisting of short games. This short form style has been popularized by the show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” Improvised comedy is unscripted and relies heavily on audience participation.
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Students crowded the Coffeehouse on Livingston campus on a typical Tuesday night for the Hip Hop Open Mic hosted by RUPA (Rutgers University Programming Association). Many came just to watch, but there was also a variety of talented artists from the student community who were ready to show off their vocal talent. The participating students got…Details
Fashion bloggers Arabelle Sicardi and Melanie Pangilinan give us an insight into why they blog and how they’re involved here on campus.
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Visit Arabelle at her blog, Fashion Pirate.
Visit Melanie at her blog, Aetherlily.
On Monday, tens-of-thousands of Rutgers students at the Scott Hall bus stop start looking for something to read to kill the classic case of “The Mondays”. They can either pick up a typical college publication or they can opt for a different news source such as the Rutgers Review. While most student-run medias cover your…Details
On December 3rd, 2011, the Cook Campus Multipurpose Room was transformed into cultural stations of Bengal as Rutgers’ Bengali Students Association (BSA) hosted their 13th annual Tigerfest show. Their theme of “My Big Fat Bengali Biye (Wedding)” incorporated a mini-carnival, a dinner, and a play into the event. There was an array of cultural activities…Details
Cortney Brewer is currently a junior at Rutgers University majoring in Labor Studies and Employment Relations. To further her studies she decided to double minor in Organizational Leadership and Psychology. While she’s not studying, Cortney gets involved on campus within various organizations such as Rutgers Student Life and the Residence Hall Association. She gives I…Details