Arts & Entertainment

Arts & Entertainment

WTSR New Noise: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard & Pissed Jeans

March 20, 2017 0

ignature guitar noodles and harmonies, syncopated drums (they have two drummers!), and thumpin’ bass are joined by the wailing shrieks of a zurna, a traditional Turkish horn. “Flying Microtonal Banana” is a perfect entry point into Gizzard’s intimidating discography, and is a welcome sign of a great band pushing to expand their musical pallet. […]

Arts & Entertainment

High school students shine in Poetry Out Loud

March 20, 2017 0

Poetry Out Loud is a nationwide poetry recitation competition that allows high school students to choose, memorize and recite poems to be graded by a panel of judges. It is currently in its 11th year. […]

Arts & Entertainment

Ed Sheeran’s ‘Divide’ unites fans

March 20, 2017 0

Sheeran dropped his highly anticipated album on March 3, and he did not disappoint. Although his other albums were amazing, Sheeran outdid himself with his most recent album, “Divide.” He branched out of his comfort zone and experimented with new instruments and sounds, including two very Irish sounding songs, “Galway Girl” and “Nancy Mulligan.” […]

Features

Features

Undocumented immigrant becomes activist

March 27, 2017 0

Most of the seats in the Business Building Lounge were already filled on Tuesday, March 21, when a Rutgers-New Brunswick Law School student stepped to the front of the room to share her story. […]

Celeb Spotlight

Celebritease: ‘Hannah Montana’ co-stars reunite

March 26, 2017 0

Now that we’re past the semester’s halfway point, you might be thinking to yourself “Where does the time go?” To make you feel even older, this week marks the anniversary of many college students’ childhood pop culture staples. […]

News

News

Environmental education on the rise at College

March 28, 2017 0

February’s higher-than-average-temperature correlates with a larger global pattern of climate change. Last year was the hottest year on record — the third consecutive year to break the yearly temperature record, according to NASA and NOAA.

With two minors and the Environmental Club, there are a few ways students can become more environmentally conscious. […]

News

Documentary and lecture tell lemurs’ tale

March 28, 2017 0

Hosted by Phi Beta Kappa, a primatologist and distinguished service professor of anthropology at Stony Brook University talked about her efforts to repopulate Madagascar with lemurs at a lecture titled “Back from the Brink of Extinction: Saving Lemurs in Madagascar” on Wednesday, March 23.
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