Photo by Louis Harned.

Fit for Branding

In a Brooklyn dance studio, Selena Watkins travels across the room to Caribbean music, with a bandana in one hand and sweat glistening from her body. In her class, Socanomics, 25 students are behind her,

Reilly enjoys a cocktail at Mother’s Ruin, a bar, in New York City. Photo credit: Deanna DiLandro

Calling the Shots

Sitting in the back corner of a bustling, candlelit bar in SoHo, Manhattan, 22-year-old Rutgers alumna Laura Reilly sips from a fruity alcoholic beverage at a table with two of her coworkers after work. They

Photo Credit Nat Clymer

Altering Perspectives

In an era of selfies and snapshots, photography seems deceptively easy. What people often forget is that true photographers incorporate meaning in every little detail of their work. Good photos have a purpose that a


Johnny Football

Being born into a New York Giants season- ticket holding family, Johnny DiNapoli, ‘16 has always been a diehard sports fan. As a freshman taking the infamous Expository Writing course, DiNapoli penned a paper on

ltare dela Patria (Altar of the Fatherland) also known as the National Monument for Victor Emmanuel II, Rome, Italy. Photo credits: Grace Ibrahimian

JMS Takes on Italy

by Grace Ibrahimian Carly Parker has always wanted to go to Italy, so when the opportunity presented itself to take a trip as a part of her classwork while earning credits, she knew that she