Washington Square News

Washington Square News

Washington Square News

All content by Diya Jiang
Many couples aren’t as lucky as Jess Chen and Kyle Mariana to live in the same city.  Long distance relationships can be difficult, but trust and positivity are key.

Distance: Love’s Greatest Enemy

Feb 13, 2017
Although many couples are looking forward to Valentine's Day plans, long distance couples especially suffer during this holiday. Here's some insight on what it's like to be in a long-distance relationship and how you can overcome the challenges.
There are a number of classes you can take if you’re into food and health, available in Steinhardt’s Food and Nutrition Studies Department.

NYU Classes For Student Foodies

Nov 7, 2016
It is not a dream to enjoy delicious food, learn knowledge and earn college credits at the same time. In fact, many food related NYU courses have been wondering around and waiting for you!
Jiangs form of meditation involved sitting calmly in silence for 10 to 20 minutes.

I Tried… Meditating For a Week

Oct 6, 2016
Meditation can be a great source of relaxation in our busy, chaotic lives. See what our writer thought when she tried it for a week.
Pan fried cod fish topped with source and potato sided with Chinese kale, cooked using ingredients all under $10.

In the Kitchen: $10 Date Night with Monica Jiang

Oct 4, 2016
Steinhardt Sophomore Monica Jiang manages to create a romantic dinner in her dorm for only $10.
Potato croquettes with a side of salsa verde. Topped with grilled grasshoppers.

Insects Could Be Your Next Diet Staple

Sep 19, 2016
Entomophagy, also known as bug-eating has in fact become very popular in New York City.
Paul the pigeon man of Washington Square Park feeds his friends.

Our Nearest Neighbors: Pigeons

Sep 19, 2016
Pigeons are always underfoot, but there's a lot more to these feathered friends than meets the eye.