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Students from Clive Davis Institute anticipate their album release

Students from Clive Davis Institute anticipate their album release

March 3, 2013
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  The Roofer’s Union, a new band formed by a group of students at the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, could easily be considered a typical electronic rock band. But what makes the group stand out is the musical aesthetic and atmosphere they create while playing onstage. &n... Read more »

Top 5 heart-healthy dining hall meals

Top 5 heart-healthy dining hall meals

February 21, 2013
Filed under Dining, FEATURES

For many students, on-campus dining halls are convenient sources of daily meals. In honor of American Heart Month, we’ve investigated some of the heart-healthiest options available at NYU dining halls. Here are five, delicious NYU meals that are low in cholesterol, saturated fats and sodium. [top-5-gallery] Full nut... Read more »

New exhibit shows controversial NYC of 1993

New exhibit shows controversial NYC of 1993

February 14, 2013
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Click on the photo for more images from the exhibit. A step inside a new exhibit at the New Museum will transport viewers back to 1993, an important year that few seem to remember. “NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star” opened yesterday, and the exhibit seeks to explore a changing... Read more »

NYU group Emily’s Entourage bands together to fight cystic fibrosis

NYU group Emily’s Entourage bands together to fight cystic fibrosis

February 11, 2013
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  Emily Kramer-Golinkoff has been battling cystic fibrosis for 28 years — her entire life. The disease, which causes mucus to buildup and clog the lungs and other tubes in the body, is often fatal. The NYU chapter of Emily’s Entourage, a new student group brought to NYU by Stern freshm... Read more »

Healthy chocolate: recipe for success

Healthy chocolate: recipe for success

February 8, 2013
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For many people, healthy is certainly not the first thing to come to mind when imagining candy bars. But for CAS alumna Kate McAleer, a nutritious candy bar was the perfect way to take a new spin on chocolate. Last year, McAleer opened Bixby and Co., an organic chocolate bar company named after her... Read more »

Chelsea exhibit shows photography of Guantanamo

Chelsea exhibit shows photography of Guantanamo

December 11, 2012
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Live Blog “When you are suspended by a rope, you can recover. But every time I see a rope, I remember. If the light goes out unexpectedly in a room, I am back in my cell,” Binyam Mohamed wrote, prisoner number 1458 of the Guantanamo Bay detention cbuy cheap viagra canadaenter. Mohamed’s chilling words are displ... Read more »

Eagles guitarist Glen Frey teaches Steinhardt students the art of songwriting

Eagles guitarist Glen Frey teaches Steinhardt students the art of songwriting

November 29, 2012
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This semester, one class of NYU students had the opportunity to study songwriting under a legendary professor — one who has penned such hits as “Hotel California” and “Desperado” and served as a founding member of one of the most iconic rock bands of the 1970s. The professor, Glenn Frey,... Read more »

New gallery highlights capitalist culture in Sims

New gallery highlights capitalist culture in Sims

November 15, 2012
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To anyone going to the Team Gallery building on Wooster Street in SoHo, the view from inside will reveal a front lawn, a bedroom, a bathroom and a living room all colored white, with the word “Nemesims” written on the mailbox. This unusual setup is the latest creation from Markus Muntean and Adi... Read more »

Theatre group offers therapy through performances

Theatre group offers therapy through performances

November 15, 2012
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A group of actors, dressed as an eclectic mix of characters, sit on a small stage. A soft bass line plays in the background. A man walks onto the stage and speaks to the group as if he were leading an acting class. The subject of the class? Suicide. With Drama Lab NYC, a New York-based theater group,... Read more »

Classic French cuisine comes to Greenwich Village

Classic French cuisine comes to Greenwich Village

November 6, 2012
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Greenwich Village’s newest French restaurant is all about sandwiches. La Maison du Croque Monsieur located on 17 E. 13th St. centers its menu around the croque monsieur, a grilled ham and cheese sandwich similar to an American grilled cheese. Yves Jadot, one of the restaurant’s owners said there... Read more »

Guide for absentee voters

Guide for absentee voters

October 22, 2012
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The 2012 presidential election is just a few weeks away, and people all over the country are preparing to vote. Many students from out of state who are unable to make it home to cast their vote have the added task of voting with an absentee ballot. While not as simple as casting your vote in person,... Read more »

Abstract art exhibit celebrates influential artists

Abstract art exhibit celebrates influential artists

October 19, 2012
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“Conceptual Abstraction,” a new exhibit at the Hunter College/Times Square Gallery, displays some of the most fascinating, colorful pieces of abstract art painted over the last 20 years by 20 artists who have made an impact in the world. Pepe Karmel, an associate professor of art history at NYU... Read more »

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