Top 5 manicure techniques to highlight unique nails in spring season

Top 5 manicure techniques to highlight unique nails in spring season

April 30, 2014
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Hair and clothing trends are not the only looks changing in fashion now that spring is here. A number of different nail trends surfaced from the spring runway lines and are perfect to sport for an everyday look. Try these stylish nail trends the next time you do your own manicure. Matte Inste... Read more »

Top 5 spring flea markets

Top 5 spring flea markets

April 28, 2014
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Smorgasburg  Smorgasburg, the popular food flea market, never fails to impress with its wide variety of unique vendors and a perfect view of the Manhattan skyline. With foods ranging from grilled cheese sandwiches from Milk Truck to macarons from Vendome, Smorgasburg offers great options for ... Read more »

Professor awarded for fear research

Professor awarded for fear research

April 28, 2014
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Joseph LeDoux, professor of neuroscience and psychology, received the William James Fellow Award from the Association for Psychological Science in recognition of his research of memory and emotion in early April. LeDoux said he was humbled to have been given the William James Fellow Award. “I... Read more »

Students give nonprofit charity personal touch

Students give nonprofit charity personal touch

April 17, 2014
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Two NYU students are working to give nonprofits a boost. Stern sophomore Josh Dean and Steinhardt sophomore Alexandra Cardinale launched Live To Give, a website that provides users with a platform to raise money for nonprofit organizations, on March 31. Live To Give uses personal stories to fun... Read more »

How to put your apartment in order for springtime

How to put your apartment in order for springtime

March 24, 2014
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With the weather warming up, midterms ending and spring officially beginning, now is the best time for spring cleaning. Follow these simple tips and tricks for a fresh start to the second half of the semester. Freshen the air Does your room or suite have an unnatural smell? It could be because your... Read more »

Vice co-founder screens series preview, answers audience questions

Vice co-founder screens series preview, answers audience questions

March 6, 2014
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A pre-screening of the first two episodes of “Vice’s” second season, airing on HBO on March 14, took place at the Cantor Film Center on March 5. Co-founder Shane Smith participated in a question-and-answer session after the preview. Vice magazine’s series features journalists who immerse thems... Read more »

FIT event discusses costuming in 1930’s

FIT event discusses costuming in 1930’s

February 27, 2014
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The Fashion Institute of Technology’s Scott F. Stoddart, dean of the School of Liberal Arts and author of “Analyzing Mad Men,” spoke to a fashionable audience on Feb. 26 at “Dressing Divinely: 1930’s Hollywood Costume/Couture,” an event at the Katie Murphy Amphitheatre. The main topic of conversat... Read more »

Day in the Life: Bobst Librarian Tom McNulty

Day in the Life: Bobst Librarian Tom McNulty

February 27, 2014
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While many NYU students spend their Sundays at Bobst Library catching up on work before their dreaded Monday classes, Tom McNulty, a librarian for Fine Arts, comes to work. McNulty will often sit behind the resource desk on the first floor, offering help to confused students trying to navigate the g... Read more »

Top 5 ways to bring iconic film scenes to real life

Top 5 ways to bring iconic film scenes to real life

February 27, 2014
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New York City is the backdrop of many popular films, and some audiences may have been inspired to come to New York after watching them. Become a movie star for a day by visiting one of these film’s iconic sites. “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” (1961) Pay homage to this Audrey Hepburn classic. Stop by Macaron Ca... Read more »

Dorm Décor

Dorm Décor

February 20, 2014
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A shared space such as a dorm room can be difficult to personalize, so here are just a few ideas to make that drab space feel a little bit more like home. Mason jars Attach mason jars to your wall by either hanging them or gluing them onto a piece of wood to hold kitchen utensils or even m... Read more »

Top 5 lovely ways to spend Valentine’s Day this year

Top 5 lovely ways to spend Valentine’s Day this year

February 10, 2014
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Regardless of relationship status, everyone deserves to have a good time on Valentine’s Day. Whether you are single, in a committed relationship or somewhere in between, New York City offers many entertaining activities to do other than eating conversation hearts and watching “The Notebook.... Read more »

Parkchoonmoo Fall/Winter 2014

Parkchoonmoo Fall/Winter 2014

February 9, 2014
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Click for more looks from Parkchoonmoo F/W 2014. The Parkchoonmoo Fall/Winter collection exuded New York chic, playing with a multitude of leathers, in sleek and sophisticated designs. The designer of the collection, Choonmoo Park, known for her edgy yet neutral toned simplicity in her previous lin... Read more »

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