Women’s history month: an ode to the women in our lives

Without a doubt, the most inspirational woman in my life is my mother. She has repeatedly taught me to never let circumstances define me.  My mother had an unconventional college education. She attended one semester...

How in-person experiences continue despite the pandemic

Although many courses, seminars and lectures this semester are being held remotely, some classes, activities, clubs and labs continue in person or through a blend of in-person and online instruction. Many NYU faculty and...

A Good Cake Is Hard to Find: R.I.P., Sweet Corner Bakeshop

As a wise tweet once said, “Once you realize that you don’t need a special occasion to buy a cake, the second part of your life begins.”  When I was younger, my parents found endless...

Jajaja Plantas Mexicana: At the Crossroads of Mexican Cuisine and Veganism

If you’re in the mood for an authentic Mexican meal and the Tu Taco station at the Palladium Residence Hall food court just isn’t cutting it, then you’re in luck. A short 10-minute walk...

Women’s History Month: An Ode to the Women in Our Lives

I know it’s cliche, but I would not be where I am today without the wisdom and guidance of my mother. She was the one who introduced me to both the beauty of food...

Reflecting on the Duality of the Kitchen Space

You know that feeling when you finish a show, movie or book and you have so much to say but nowhere to say it? Yeah, that was me after I watched New York City...

Culture Desk Staff: The Traditions That Keep Us Grounded

  The Rhythm of Wontons Dana Sun, Culture Editor I’ve been wrapping wontons with my parents ever since I learned to walk. It’s usually just the three of us, standing around that wooden dining table with a...
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I Tested Positive for COVID-19

I got a call on Friday, Sept. 18th at 8:47 p.m. from a 212 number when I was out trying to chase a story around Foley Square. “Your spit test from Monday Sept. 14...

Blossom: For Vegans & Foodies Alike

When I first dined at Blossom four years ago, it seemed too good to be true. I had only recently become vegan, but I had, for the most part, already conquered the challenge of...

The COVID-19 College Party Scene: Who’s To Blame?

Though it is meant to be a time of self-discovery and some of our most formative years, college is often advertised as a four-year hedonistic getaway. College ranking websites have a category labeled “party...

Moving in Together During a Pandemic: Why Now?

Attending college brings about new responsibilities for some, such as officially moving out of childhood homes, no longer living with parents and maybe even cooking for ourselves for the first time. Most of us...

Where Are the GLS Juniors Now?

Global Liberal Studies junior Madison Trpisovsky should be spending her school year in Paris. It’s a year that she should have spent living out her life as a true local Parisian. Instead, she is...
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