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Theaters add life to New Brunswick Community

In my final project, a few Rutgers students share their thoughts on the “soul” of New Brunswick. Check out the interviews here!


Rutgers Sandwich Businesses Thrive

When someone asks you about where to eat around Rutgers, 9 times out of 10 you will be told to check out the grease trucks by Scott Hall and get a fat sandwich. I also wanted to interview a place that not many people talk about, so I went to Jimmy John’s. Check out my interview with  sandwich businesses around Rutgers.

Censoring the Internet

I asked two Rutgers students about their opinions on the Stop Online Piracy Act that was being debated in Congress, which as of now, has not been passed. They also explain how sites like Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr are a part of their everyday life and how the SOPA would affect them. Click here to see the interview!

Environmental Portraits

I chose to take pictures of my dad for this assignment. He spends most of his time in his studio either playing his guitar or composing music.




He’s been playing guitar for 42 years and his devotion and passion for music is an inspiration for me.

Getting around Rutgers

Journalism student Monica Lisk shares her  experience   with commuting to Rutgers from North Bergen, NJ and getting around campus.

  New Brunswick Train Station 

Photo by Natalie Wust

Behind the Makeup Counter

I have a huge passion for makeup so I decided to interview John Charley, the assistant manager at MAC Cosmetics in Menlo Park Mall in Edison, NJ. I’ve been a die-hard MAC girl for about 6 years, and I love everything about it, so I wanted to see what it was like on the other side of the counter. Click here for my Interview with John Charley!

A Master of Disguise

Cindy Sherman is quite possibly one of the most influential women in the world of photography for the undeniable talent creativity that she possesses. She is an artistic triad, posing not only as the photographer, but as a model and makeup artist. Her photographs bring about a whole new meaning to the term “self-portrait”. Read the rest of this page »