Rutgers Student Discounts in New Brunswick

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By Krista Bobrowski All colleges have something in common, even though we do not like to admit it: the majority of students are broke. Students make up a huge demographic for businesses that… Continue reading

Benson’s Smokin’ Barbecue

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Located at the Farmer’s Market on Cook-Douglass only a block away from the Cabaret Theater stop, there is a local stand called Benson’s Barbecue that sells a variety of Southern-style wood-smoked barbecue that… Continue reading

Destination Dogs: Hot Dogs Worth Putting on the Map

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By Marco Arias Whenever I visit a restaurant, I tend to imagine the identity of the “regulars” who ritualistically walk in everyday to order a meal. For example, the professionals of downtown New… Continue reading

The Underground Sound: New Brunswick’s Growing Music Scene

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  The Banana Stand, a local New Brunswick “venue”, hides itself in plain sight; it’s address is known only to those who have been there before and is not given out unless you… Continue reading

“Knock Knock” – a short horror film worth checking out

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By John D’Amico In the short horror film “Knock Knock,” three teenage girls make the decision one night to play the knock knock game, which allows them to communicate with the dead by… Continue reading

Rutgers Army ROTC Halloween Spirit Run

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By Yasine Orion On Oct. 31, the Rutgers Army ROTC program conducted its annual costume run in the spirit of Halloween. Forming up at the break of dawn while the rest of the… Continue reading

Three Cafes for the Fall in New Brunswick

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By: Yang Seob Lim It’s that time of the year again when college students trade in their t-shirt and shorts for baggy sweatshirts and pants and their iced caramel Frappuccino for a warm… Continue reading

The Frog-and-the-Peach: A Swell Place to Eat

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By Yasine Orion Sometimes, we look for a place to dine that is a bit off the beaten path, somewhere different where the mere aspect of seclusion makes the moment a bit more… Continue reading

Why Old Man Rafferty’s Is For New Brunswick Students

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By: Tatiana Vickerie Old Man Rafferty’s is a great spot to dine out with friends, family, or significant other located on 106 Albany St. It has a charming atmosphere, with both indoor and… Continue reading

The Top 5 Vegetarian Meals in New Brunswick

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By Nicole Gifford Every vegetarian knows the drill – when you’re eating out, you immediately scour menus for grilled cheese, French fries, pizza, or other fast, tasty, and decidedly unhealthy options that are… Continue reading