New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

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New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

Many English muffin and egg sandwiches stacked in several plates on a black table with a pink sign which reads “DUFF GOLDMAN” and “Mini Egg McDuffin Sandwich,”

WhistlePig’s Sweet and Savory Brunch brings community to the table

New York City Wine and Food Festival proved that your Sunday brunch is only as good as the people you share it with.
Sasha DuBose, Dining Editor October 17, 2022

New York City Wine & Food Festival is a foodie’s Super Bowl. The four-day event is jam-packed with renowned chefs, culinary personalities and, most importantly, food from...

An illustration of two women sitting next to each other. In front of them is a camera on a tripod. The woman sitting on the right wears a shirt with blue and purple flowers and holds a cup of wine. The woman sitting on the left wears a purple sweatshirt that reads “NYU” and is eating pasta.

Meet Skyler Bouchard, the NYU alum who took the culinary world by storm

NYC food expert and businesswoman Skyler Bouchard talks all things food and how to make it in the media industry.
Ora Sidlow, Contributing Writer April 21, 2022

If you're anything like me, your Instagram Explore page consists almost solely of food pictures, food videos and recipes, or as I like to call it, “the algorithm’s way of enabling...

Chef Jose Andres spoke at NYU as part of the Skirball Talks series on Monday. (via Wikimedia Commons)

After Serving Millions of Meals in Puerto Rico, Celebrated Chef and Humanitarian Visits NYU

José Andrés spoke about the importance of adaptability in disaster-stricken areas at Skirball on Monday.
Lachlan Hyatt, Staff Writer April 17, 2019

After Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico in 2017, chef José Andrés served about three million meals over three months to victims left without power, water or access to food. Andrés...

Poster for Be Natural. (Courtesy of Zeitgeist Films)

The Secret Origins of the First Female Filmmaker

The new documentary tells the true story of Alice Guy-Blaché’s fascinating legacy and how she helped transformed Hollywood into what it is today.
Joey Hung, Copy Chief March 28, 2019

In her 2018 documentary “Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché,” director and producer Pamela B. Green aims to revive the life of the first female filmmaker, Alice...

Big Tree in the Kitchen

Big Tree in the Kitchen

Wayne Mosley, Contributing Writer October 1, 2018
Big Tree, a 6' 8" 300 pound man who learned how to cook from his grandma, is Wallkill Correctional Facility's best chef.
Chef Franco Noriega outside his restaurant, Baby Brasa in West Village in front of a mural that is part of his art collective “The New Allen.”

Chef: Model-Turned-Restaurateur Franco Noriega

Alejandra Arevalo, Contributing Writer March 6, 2018
Chef is the start of a new series showcasing the masterminds behind New York City's famed restaurants. This week welcome Franco Noriega, model-turned chef.
Learning how to cook can be a fun and rewarding experience. Taking a cooking class can allow students to perfect their culinary skills and explore new cuisines.

Learning How to Cook in New York City, Properly

Anah Oozeerally, Contributing Writer February 5, 2018
Sick of "cooking" and setting off the fire alarm? Maybe it's time to take a cooking class. We have a few spots we'd like to recommend.
Located in Downtown Brooklyn, the Alamo Drafthouse integrates food and film for an interesting experience.

Alamo Drafthouse Brings the Luxe You’re Looking For

Zach Martin, Editor at Large November 8, 2016
The Texas-based chain of dine-in movie theaters Alamo Drafthouse has officially opened its doors to the new downtown Brooklyn location, and it's the best thing for movies since hot popcorn.
Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent documents the life of the famously controversial American cook.

Tribeca 2016: Anthony Bourdain’s Doc Brings an Eccentric Cook Back Into the Light

Ethan Sapienza, Film Editor April 20, 2016
A documentary screening at Tribeca called "Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent" follows the life of the famous chef.
courtesy of Open Road Films

Tribeca: ‘Chef’ cooks up heartfelt comedy

April 30, 2014
Jon Favreau writes, directs and stars in this lighthearted family film, which includes many hilarious celebrity cameos.