Sweet Escape: The Best Places to Pick Apples Near New York City

Overwhelmed during midterm season? Take a break from your stresses and indulge in a relaxing Northeastern pastime: picking your own apples. Here are four good farms near New York City for both apple picking...

The Ins and Outs of Transition Weather Outfits

https://youtu.be/jQTfTVcuUGM It’s that awkward time of year again when the weather goes from 40 degrees Fahrenheit to 70 degrees between your 8 a.m. and 11 a.m classes. How exactly can you avoid the embarrassing moment...

For Dorm Fish Parents, Emotional Connections Are Worth the Time Investment

“This is Martin,” CAS sophomore Jake Schneebaum said, holding a picture of his late betta fish. “He was an angel. May he rest in peace.” NYU residence halls allow students to keep tanks with up...

NYU Vegan and Vegetarian Students Talk Protein

If there’s one thing vegans get tired of hearing, it’s the question, “But if you can’t eat meat, where do you get your protein?” Luckily, we found some experienced students willing to share their...

I Only Ate at Upstein’s Daily Press for Two Days

Sandwiches. So simple, yet so versatile. BLT, peanut butter and jelly or fried chicken — the combinations are endless, and most, if not all, are scrumptious. But last week, I began to wonder: could...

Option Paralysis at the Union Square Greenmarket? We’ve Got You Covered

The Union Square Greenmarket is always there for me. Literally. I live in Carlyle Court Residence Hall, and four days a week, it’s right outside my building. My roommates and I chose Carlyle in...

Healthy Cereal, Hefty Price Tag

Whether you pour milk in the bowl first or last, there’s no denying that cereal is a quintessential college meal. It’s an easy snack for late-night study sessions and a quick bite before class....

Seven Must-Try Food Vendors in Chelsea Market

Located near the High Line is Chelsea Market, a bustling complex housing niche bookstores, high-end clothing shops, and so much food. Spanning an entire city block from Ninth to 10th Avenue, the market contains...

Boring Boy Brow

Buying a Glossier product feels a lot like being initiated into a cult, if the cult wore lots of millennial pink and had eternally dewy skin and bushy-yet-feminine eyebrows. Soon, you’ll start marking your...

Two Minutes of Fame: How an NYU Sophomore Achieved TikTok Stardom

Steinhardt sophomore Alexandra Meli was in no way looking for fame this summer, but it found her anyways on TikTok.  Made famous by lip-syncing middle schoolers, video app TikTok has risen in popularity as a...

Dear West Coast Students, Don’t Feel Bad About Jaywalking

It’s a Thursday morning, and you’re rushing to your 10 a.m. Writing the Essay class. The trip typically takes 15 minutes, and you left at 9:50 a.m. after securing your morning cup of joe....

Take Your Pick(le): Options Abound at Pickle Day Festival

If you’re into deep-fried preserves, pickle-flavored ice cream and street fairs, the venn diagram of your interests probably has an intersection waiting to be labeled “Pickle Day Festival.” New York City’s Pickle Day festival can...
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