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While You Were Here: Letter from the Editor

While You Were Here: Letter from the Editor

May 12, 2014
Filed under FEATURES

At this point, you are pretty much done. You’re finishing up your finals, not that they make a big difference anymore. There’s no more registering for classes on Albert. There’s no more panicking when your NYUCard isn’t in your pocket or your bag. But, at the same time, there’s no more walking... Read more »

Chelsea Culbert | The Guide

Chelsea Culbert | The Guide

December 11, 2013
Filed under FEATURES

In a cramped classroom at East Side Community High School in Alphabet City, filled with bright signs and posters with phrases like “Keep your hands and objects to yourself” and “Hint: find the area of a trapezoid two different ways,” CAS senior Chelsea Culbert and other mentors walk high schoo... Read more »

How To: Navigate the City

How To: Navigate the City

November 18, 2013
Filed under FEATURES

Getting lost in the city can be considered a rite of passage for newcomers -- but there are quite a few ways to get around this mazed of a city. The Subway System The New York subway system is a convenient way to travel once you understand how it works, since $2.50 will get you unlimited rides each time... Read more »

Steinhardt students experiment with ‘Dream:Space,’ ‘Mercy Me’ exhibits

Steinhardt students experiment with ‘Dream:Space,’ ‘Mercy Me’ exhibits

September 26, 2013
Filed under FEATURES

  The Barney Building, part of the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development, is currently hosting several galleries with works created by Steinhardt students. “Dream:Space,” one of the newest exhibitions featured in the Commons Gallery at the Barney Building, opened on Sept. 18. The gallery... Read more »

Reality Show cast reveals rewards, challenges of performance

Reality Show cast reveals rewards, challenges of performance

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

Finn Cutler Tisch junior Finn Cutler stated that he is playing a heightened version of himself in the show. He also said that his character also evokes the college archetype of a socially awkward freshman with a tendency to put his foot in his mouth. His goal is to combine clowning around... Read more »

Global Liberal Studies

Global Liberal Studies

May 20, 2013
Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, NEWS

Click on the photo above to view a gallery of photos from the ceremony.Monday, May 20 6:00 p.m. Grand Hall, NYU Global Center for Academic and Spiritual Life 238 Thompson Street 35 graduates Because the Global Liberal Studies class of 2013 is the second class of students to have been in the program since th... Read more »

Rock and Roll Foundation to mix school, music

Rock and Roll Foundation to mix school, music

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

“Try to imagine a movie without a soundtrack. Even if not totally lifeless, it would never be as engaging as a film where music draws you in. History classes, too often, are like that movie without music,” said Robert Cohen, a Steinhardt professor of social studies education. “Where music is... Read more »

‘OneReasonRecording’ supports social justice through musical nonprofit

‘OneReasonRecording’ supports social justice through musical nonprofit

April 11, 2013
Filed under Editor's Picks, FEATURES

  CAS sophomore Johnathan Chen knows music can be an important outlet for social change. He used the inspirational power of music as the foundation for OneReasonRecordings, the nonprofit organization he created during his freshman year. ORR aims to raise funds for social justice issues around th... Read more »

Celebrate spring with delicious food served outdoors

Celebrate spring with delicious food served outdoors

April 3, 2013
Filed under FEATURES

With spring finally upon us, going outside is becoming something to look forward to instead of something to dread. For those who plan to celebrate spring outdoors, here are the top five local restaurants with outdoor seating. Sofia’s of Little Italy I 143 Mulberry St. For those who want ... Read more »

Ang Lee shares life, experiences at NYU

Ang Lee shares life, experiences at NYU

April 2, 2013
Filed under FEATURES

  It’s hard to imagine that three-time Academy Award-winning director Ang Lee was living through development hell back in the ’80s, unemployed and living in the suburbs. Fresh out of the graduate film program at the Tisch School of the Arts, Lee was living with his wife, Jane Lin, when... Read more »

NYU-Poly students present gun safety innovations

NYU-Poly students present gun safety innovations

March 25, 2013
Filed under FEATURES

A group of students from the Polytechnic Institute of NYU may have the answer to ending gun violence across schools in the United States. NYU-Poly sophomore Joshua Soussan and his teammates, sophomore Deepak Goel and freshman Kevin Veerasammy, are proposing an invention that could prevent thousands of st... Read more »

Tisch student-produced web series ‘Dorm Therapy’ portrays resident hall living

Tisch student-produced web series ‘Dorm Therapy’ portrays resident hall living

March 24, 2013
Filed under FEATURES

      College life is construed in movies and television as one big party. Images of “Animal House” crowd the public image of living in college, even though most college students can confidently say they’ve never experienced anything like the infamous boozy toga part... Read more »

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