Tuning out to Tune In

Even if you’re a time management expert, school is stressful. It just is. When we aren’t doing one of the 500 things we need...

Body Types Aren’t Fashion Trends

The first time I was told I had to change my body, I was 15. When I was 17, my best friend was so...

Staff Rants: Midterms Edition

Don't Sh-t Where You Eat, and Other Postulates By Yasmin Gulec, Under the Arch Editor This week I decided to rant about two things in one...

Your Apple Laptop Is More Dangerous Than You Think

Can’t manage classes without the simple, easy-to-use interface of your sleek, stylish Mac? Need the Apple Music app to listen to Cardi B’s latest...

The Outlying and Malicious Tuition Policy of NYU

You would be hard pressed to find an NYU student clamoring for more responsibilities in their schedule. But when it comes to academic classes,...
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Spring Break at NYU London: Seas the Day! Where My Beaches At?

If I had to describe London weather in one word, it would be dreary. The climate in the British capital is very much what...

Send Your Taste Buds on a Trip with Mberry

Imagine putting a lemon into your mouth and tasting sweet juice without a hint of acidity. Miracle Berry — better known as Mberry —...

Dozens of Designers Collide for a Cause

South Sudan may be the world’s worst country in terms of girls’ access to education. Part of the problem stems from the cultural stigma...

How to Have the Best Booze-Free Night in New York City

It’s no secret that New York City has some of the best nightlife in the world. If you’ve ever walked down Third Avenue after...

Pubs and Pots of Gold: St. Patrick’s Day Fun

Growing up, St. Patrick’s Day meant shamrocks and pots of gold at the end of every rainbow. We would don green or face the...

NYU Shruti: South Asian Students Find Community

Anyone who has attended Club Fest knows the pandemonium of trying to navigate the plethora of clubs and organizations while surrounded by masses of...

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Analyzing the Administration’s Affair With Amazon

Last semester, Amazon announced its decision to build its second headquarters in Long Island City, Queens. After several protests from local residents and activists,...

Staff Recs: Books We Should Have Read in High School

“Romeo and Juliet.” “The Catcher in the Rye.” Ernest Hemingway. Jane Austen. Classic titles and names that filled our high school syllabi and glazed...

A Starving Artist’s Guide to Arts Events This Weekend: March 15 to 17

St. Patrick’s Day is this Sunday — if you want to escape the inevitable onslaught of intoxicated revelers this weekend, check out one of...

Unpopular Opinions: Children’s Book Series

If you weren’t already aware, “Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase” is coming out this week. Since it’s based on the popular children’s book...

In ‘3 Faces,’ a Quietly Radical Portrait of Iran

“3 Faces” begins with a girl’s iPhone confessional — her voice is shaking, as is her grip. Aspiring actress Marziyeh Rezaei (playing herself) has...

‘Out of Blue’ Hides Its Messy Narrative Behind Impressive Atmosphere

I spent more time trying to make up my mind on how I felt about “Ocean Blue” than I spent actually watching the film....

‘Climax’ Pushes the Limits of Human Nature

The best nights are the ones that come unexpectedly — last-minute debauchery that catapults you into the adventure-filled and wondrous unknown. In “Climax,” French...

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