Senior Year: The Pandemic Edition

To some, senior year is the much-awaited transition from a lifetime of structured schooling to real life adulthood. To others it’s a dreaded time of uncertainty and pressure. To me, it’s almost like a...

Culture Desk Faves: Our Quarantine Hobbies

Having spent a majority of 2020 in quarantine, everyone’s had enough time on their hands to become a master baker, handwrite their autobiographies and watch every show Netflix has to offer. It’s no surprise...

The Joys and Responsibilities of Being a Restaurant Regular

A little nameless shack just beyond the train tracks that cut through my mother’s hometown in Feng Yuan sells some of the best potstickers I’ve had in my 21-year-long, dumpling-filled life. For years, I...

NYU Quarantine Meals Leave Students With a Taste of TikTok Fame

Just days into the mandatory 14-day quarantine, NYU students were served the now-infamous watermelon chicken salad. The strange combination was one of several poorly executed meals delivered to students quarantining in residential housing —...

The Meal That Got Me Through Quarantine

While quarantine has allowed me to tap into many hobbies I never had time to explore previously, my favorite is cooking. I’ve used my extensive free time to get creative in the kitchen, curating...

Students Reflect on Quarantining in NYU Housing

Move-In Day for students living in NYU’s residence halls this year was probably the most different it’s looked in NYU’s history — to say the least. Students returning to campus from hotspot areas for...

What Three Tisch Professors Know About the Fall — and What They Don’t

As the days come closer to the purported start of NYU’s fall 2020 semester, most students have been left with an abundance of questions about, well, everything. Tuition was raised, nearly every deadline for...

The Highs and Lows of Virtual Reality Grad Alley

To call these times unprecedented would not only be an understatement, it would also just be repetitive. But something that perhaps nobody expected, despite everything that’s transpired over the past few months, is Virtual...

Wanyi Jiang Has Put in the Work but Makes It Look Easy

It’s hard not to fall in love with Marie Claire Design Director Wanyi Jiang. It might be downright impossible. If you’re not lucky enough to meet the NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study alumna...

Student Takes Passion for Music and Launches It Into an App

When you hear a song with a catchy beat or relatable lyrics, sometimes it's just too good to keep to yourself. Many of us feel the need to share these discoveries with our friends,...

‘Bake n Zoom’: The Latest Quarantine Cooking Trend

Let’s face it: Zoom classes are just not as engaging as the real thing. Perhaps you text your friends when you get tired of staring at your professor in their tiny Manhattan apartment; maybe...

Motivation with Madi Muscle

Madi Richardson is a Tisch sophomore studying Recorded Music at the Clive Davis Institute, but what makes her even cooler is her new fitness blog, Madi Muscle. An astute member of NYU’s track team and...
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