Concept Korea F/W 2017

The Concept Korea Fall/Winter 2017 collectives was a conglomeration of unique artistic viewpoints, with each show telling a distinct and definite story. Comprised of three different fashion lines — GREEDILOUS, KIMMY.J, and YOHANIX — the...

There’s Actually Something in the Water: Science Proves NYC Pizza Superior

No pizza in America can compare to a thin, foldable New York slice. Likewise, authentic New York bagels are the only acceptable breakfast rolls. And it’s not just hometown bias. Now, the superiority of...

You Can Still Celebrate National Women’s Month in NYC

If the flood of female power posts on social media didn’t already clue you in, National Women’s Day was celebrated by many on March 8. However, the celebration of women’s achievements over the years...

Skin care products prevent damage from winter weather

As the winter season approaches, be sure to protect your skin with these tips.

Superfood or Super Fake?

Wellness blogs, gourmet grocery stores and health food cafes are abundant with so-called superfoods. Goji berries allegedly protect your body from cancer as well as relieve symptoms of depression and anxiety. Bee pollen supposedly...

Vivienne Tam S/S 2018

A short, fat, adorable creature from the Chinese family movie “Monster Hunt” joined designer Vivienne Tam as she made her final walk for her Spring/Summer 2018 runway. The movie and the pudgy character, named...

Data-based artwork eases analysis with visual representation

Doug Kanter, a senior in the Tisch School of the Arts, presents data through artistic representations.

Students provide relief effort to hurricane victims

Various NYU departments, student groups and individuals have given back to the nearby community within the last couple of days.

Students Mourn the Meadows — And Its Free Tickets

A music festival well-loved by NYU students, there will be no visit to Citi Field in Queens this year for the Meadows as the show’s organizers decided to cancel the weekend of big-name artists...

Coffee For Dogs

According to National Geographic, “52 percent prefer dogs,” compared to 21 percent for cats and 27 percent undecided. And according to USA Today, “About 83 percent of adults drink coffee in the U.S.” It...

Students Love the New Dunkin’ Donuts Spring Menu

Your favorite spot for coffee and doughnuts just got better. This past week, Dunkin’ Donuts officially released new menu items for the spring season, which will be available until April. Old favorites were reintroduced,...
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