FRINGE: Sea Faubert-Shimo’oka & Zoë Hoetzel

FRINGE: Sea Faubert-Shimo’oka & Zoë Hoetzel

April 18, 2013
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School: Tisch School of the Arts Year: Freshman Major: Drama Style Inspiration: BULLETT magazine and old films School: Tisch School of the Arts Year: Freshman Major: Photography Style Inspiration: Androgyny and the color black Movies, music, sense of humor — there’s always some overlap among fr... Read more »

Top 5: New York’s hidden tourist attractions

Top 5: New York’s hidden tourist attractions

April 7, 2013
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The city announced last week that the Statue of Liberty will reopen for visitors and tourists on July 4, which will attract thousands of people from around the world to New York. To avoid the rush, check out these hidden gems to develop a richer sense of the city. Section of the Berlin Wall 520 Madison Ave. ... Read more »

NYU professor explores whimsical worlds in new book

NYU professor explores whimsical worlds in new book

March 15, 2013
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  Imagine a New York City with parking spot conspiracies, hair being stolen by a co-worker, dog-human hybrids prowling the streets and people growing from the ground like daisies. Karen Heuler, a professor at the School of Continuing and Professional Studies, invited readers to conside... Read more »

Tibi Fall/Winter 2013

Tibi Fall/Winter 2013

February 9, 2013
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Click the photo for more looks from Tibi. All black walls and simple spotlights set the tone of minimalism for the Tibi fall 2013 runway show. The music was the most extravagant part of the display, pumping top 40 remixes as the model strutted in stripped down sportswear. It is clear that Amy S... Read more »

Top 10 vegetarian restaurants to whet your appetite

Top 10 vegetarian restaurants to whet your appetite

February 6, 2013
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"Vegetarian: The Slow Food Revolution" has prompted many to seek out sustainable foods and diets, and vegetarian options are no exception in the battle for healthy alternatives. Here are some nearby spots that will rev up your appetite. [top-5-gallery] Keerthi Harishankar is a staff writer. Ema... Read more »

Beat dull and brittle skin with extra moisture

Beat dull and brittle skin with extra moisture

February 5, 2013
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Wintertime is notoriously hard on skin. The harsh wind and bitter cold often leave skin dry and brittle, and lotion alone may not be enough — during these frigid months, extra moisturizing is necessary. Here are five precautions for surviving the tough winter season. Hands: Try adding a hand cream... Read more »

Accomplish antique-chic with baroque style

Accomplish antique-chic with baroque style

November 28, 2012
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It’s 2012, and everything seems to focus on the future. As we advance both technology and ourselves, the past appears increasingly foreign to us. The exception to that rule? The fashion industry, a business that understands that the beauty of the past can be reconfigured to fit today’s times. Enter... Read more »

Thanksgiving for vegetarians and vegans

Thanksgiving for vegetarians and vegans

November 19, 2012
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The traditional Thanksgiving meal is centered around one thing — the turkey. This means Thanksgiving is a particularly tough day for vegetarians and vegans, but living a meat-free lifestyle doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a delicious meal this Thursday. Here are a few menu items that are sure to please... Read more »

Top spots near campus for warm soup on winter nights

Top spots near campus for warm soup on winter nights

November 19, 2012
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How to celebrate Hindu festival of lights at home

How to celebrate Hindu festival of lights at home

November 12, 2012
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Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, is one of the most important holidays of the year for Hindus, Jains, Buddhists and Sikhs. This year,  the major celebrations will take place Nov. 13, but the holiday lasts five days. People light diyas, a type of Indian candle, set off fireworks and fill their homes... Read more »

Student’s food blog offers fresh perspective

Student’s food blog offers fresh perspective

October 19, 2012
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Steinhardt sophomore Skyler Bouchard writes reviews of restaurants in a fun, casual tone that offers a foodie’s perspective on dining options for NYU students. Her blog, foodbyskyler.tumblr.com, has reviews of all types of eateries, from the Bowery Hotel to Pop Burger, making it appealing to all readers... Read more »

DIY: Add studs to style a sweater

DIY: Add studs to style a sweater

October 3, 2012
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Fall is officially upon us, which means it’s sweater weather. However, rather than shopping for a new set of knitwear, why not revamp the neglected pullovers you already own? With this simple DIY, you can create a studded sweater that keeps you warm and on trend. Step 1: Pick your sweater. It can be any swea... Read more »

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