Easy Three-Ingredient Recipes

With the COVID-19 outbreak transforming our ways of life. A trip to the grocery store is no longer a leisurely, somewhat-relaxing weekend activity. Instead, it is a high-stress, high-risk task that may take hours...

Yoga Adjusts to a Virtual Reality

As I’m lying on my living room floor with my laptop perched on the mantel on a Saturday morning. I try to empty my mind, keeping my eyes closed, a yoga instructor’s disembodied voice...

How These Students Celebrate Birthdays in Quarantine

Being with someone on their birthday in the age of the coronavirus may mean joining a Zoom party or celebrating at a safe distance. Though many traditional birthday celebrations have certainly been spoiled, many...

Professors Work to Adapt Courses Amidst the Transition to Remote Learning

Among the many changes reshaping university life as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, professors, now an invisible labor force, work to restructure their courses to accommodate remote instruction.  While some lecture-style classes have remained...

How to Make Face Masks Out of T-Shirts

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, face masks carried a different meaning: when someone suggested making one, it was typically from dark chocolate or honey, not a t-shirt. However, with the worldwide shortage of face masks,...

Celebrating Passover During COVID-19

Pesach, or Passover, is the major Jewish spring festival which commemorates the liberation of the Israelites from Egyptian slavery, usually lasting seven or eight days. However, this year’s Passover is unlike any other. At...

Hit or Miss: Five Ingredient Cookies from TikTok

Since the dawn of quarantine, it seems that every single person on the internet who has never picked up a pan in their entire life is posting pictures of a loaf of banana bread...

Classes Without a Campus: The Transition to Online Learning

Professors, like us, are much more casual on Zoom, teaching from their houses in cozy sweaters, mugs in hand and, of course, accompanied unexpectedly by family members and pets. Some students are enjoying rolling...

Navigating the Transition to Remote Internships

In the wake of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, most interning students had to adjust to online internships as their employers moved out of their office spaces. In their new workspaces, their homes, students take...

CAS’ Red Dragon Society Emerges From the Shadows

Secret societies seem to belong only to the fictional or otherwise-mysterious realm of dark academia. They hide behind ivy-covered walls, candlelit dungeons and cultish chants. No NYU student would say they fit NYU’s brand:...

Fast-Fashion in the Face of the Coronavirus

Long before the coronavirus, the future for the fashion industry was grim. As the pandemic spread to Italy as the Fall 2020 fashion week in Milan was beginning, widespread panic and paranoia loomed over...

A Short Guide to Big-Batch Cooking

As we all try to stay healthy by staying home, grocery store trips remain one of the most essential reasons to leave your house, dorm or apartment. In an effort to reduce unnecessary grocery...
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