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How To: Start, promote your new club

November 18, 2013
Filed under FEATURES, Uncategorized

It may not be common knowledge that Carleton College is home to the Moustache Club or that the University of Minnesota encourages the classic past time of creeping with the Campus People Watchers Club. Similarly, the Dignified Educated United Crust Eaters Society, which has a thriving chapter at Western... Read more »

Top 5 ways to celebrate autumn in New York

Top 5 ways to celebrate autumn in New York

October 21, 2013
Filed under FEATURES

As the weather cools down and the leaves start to turn brighter, there is no denying that autumn is upon us. In the spirit of ringing in the new season, check out some of these attractions the city has to offer. Pumpkin Fest at Central Park Bandshell Finding a pumpkin patch in Manhattan is no easy ... Read more »

Student brings Craigslist style website to NYU

Student brings Craigslist style website to NYU

October 3, 2013
Filed under FEATURES

When CAS sophomore Ethan Lew walked through the halls of his dorm last year, the number of bulletin boards overflowing with advertisements for tutoring services and items for sale overwhelmed him. Knowing many college students do not have time to sift through this clutter, Lew decided to create an on... Read more »

Steinhardt sophomore works toward sanitation, water supply in Nicaragua

Steinhardt sophomore works toward sanitation, water supply in Nicaragua

September 16, 2013
Filed under FEATURES

  Karahola is a 400-person village in southern Nicaragua, reachable by car or horse. It may not seem noteworthy, but for Steinhardt sophomore Sophie Hollingsworth, it is a place with great potential for growth and improvement. In 2012, Hollingsworth founded AquaAid International, a... Read more »

Jorge Arteaga Spring/Summer 2014

Jorge Arteaga Spring/Summer 2014

September 6, 2013
Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, Fashion Week

Click for more looks from Jorge Arteaga Spring/Summer 2014. Rather than its usual interior designer clientele, Montauk Sofa was filled with leggy models and fashion connoisseurs as New York Fashion Week reached the edges of Lower Manhattan. The SoHo furniture boutique served as a venue for Jorge Arte... Read more »

LSP freshman to publish ‘Winning No Matter What’ self-help book

LSP freshman to publish ‘Winning No Matter What’ self-help book

May 2, 2013
Filed under FEATURES

While most freshmen spend the first few months of school adjusting to life in college, LSP freshman Nihar Suthar dedicated his time to inspiring others to dream big and make the most of every day. When Suthar arrived in Greenwich Village last fall, he noticed the number of expressionless people t... Read more »

Wagner professor uses YouTube to inspire students

Wagner professor uses YouTube to inspire students

April 25, 2013
Filed under Editor's Picks, FEATURES

At just 14 years old, NYU Wagner professor Irshad Manji was expelled from her Islamic religious school in Canada for asking too many questions. But a brief expulsion didn’t stop her from pursuing her passion for inquiry and critical thinking. In 2008, she created the Moral Courage Project, a multime... Read more »

New York City Banh mi sandwich shops to sample

New York City Banh mi sandwich shops to sample

April 24, 2013
Filed under FEATURES

Banh mi is a delicious fusion of Asian and European cuisines. These Vietnamese sandwiches are filled with meat and wrapped in crispy baguettes, reflecting French influences in former Indochina. Served with cucumbers, cilantro, pickled carrots, daikon, mayo and spicy chili sauce, these savory sandwic... Read more »

Dip into National Fondue Day at New York’s top spots

Dip into National Fondue Day at New York’s top spots

April 10, 2013
Filed under FEATURES

Originally a Swiss peasant meal, fondue has since evolved into a delicacy worthy of its own day of celebration. National Cheese Fondue Day on April 11 is the perfect excuse to gather a group of friends and sample some of the best fondue dishes the city has to offer.   Heidi Swiss Restau... Read more »

Art of Burgundy blog has sensible style

Art of Burgundy blog has sensible style

April 4, 2013
Filed under Editor's Picks, FEATURES

  Even though Tisch freshman Jeremy Stewart does not consider himself a high-end fashion blogger, there is no denying his flair for style and keen eye for detail. In an effort to share his style tips and tricks with a larger audience, Stewart launched his fashion blog, The Art of Burgundy, in la... Read more »

Celebrate classic St. Patrick’s Day fare at these pubs

Celebrate classic St. Patrick’s Day fare at these pubs

March 13, 2013
Filed under FEATURES

Few places outside of Dublin can rival the St. Patrick’s Day enthusiasm in New York City. Check out the top five city spots where anyone can be Irish for a day.     Langan’s Restaurant and Bar With its calming low lights and corner jukebox, Langan’s has a perfect midtown pub a... Read more »

Top 5 spring break adventures

Top 5 spring break adventures

March 11, 2013
Filed under FEATURES

Don’t spend spring break in the city hibernating in your dorm room. Instead, experience an adrenaline rush and channel your inner thrill-seeker by trying some adventurous activities just outside the city limits. Field House at Chelsea Piers Pier 62, 23rd Street and Hudson River Park While you won’t find any rock formations to scale in the city... Read more »

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