Learning Through Experience in Nicaragua

This spring break I  got the chance to apply what  I’ve been taught in the classroom on my  nine day trip to Nicaragua. As students we often forget the importance of  what we learn as it gets lost in books, papers, and exams. Being able to learn through experiences is a liberating and rewarding way to…


The “Write” Way to an Internship

Kimberly Yang is always armed…with her favorite Mario Badescu products, of course. The 20-year-old student is the Marketing and Social Media Intern at the celebrity skincare line. Double majoring in Marketing and Journalism and Media Studies, Yang hopes that this internship will be the gateway to a rewarding career. Currently a sophomore, Yang saw a…


Eating Healthy On Campus

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…


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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Two Months in Turkey

Through the Critical Language Scholarship Program, Jeremy was able to spend two months studying abroad in Ankara, Turkey.


The Inside Scoop on the Zone

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!