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Top 5 underrated NYC museums to explore

Top 5 underrated NYC museums to explore

February 6, 2014
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Some of the greatest museums in New York City are not the big-name tourist attractions. Visitors love the MOMA and the Museum of Natural History, but this semester, expand your education by grabbing some friends and checking out some of these smaller, under-the-radar museums.  The Cloisters ... Read more »

Students give lowdown on federal debt

Students give lowdown on federal debt

January 26, 2014
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The Up to Us national campaign was first introduced to NYU students in September, when the Stern School of Business’ marketing team sent an email to all students in the Business and Political Economy program and encouraged a team of five students to get involved. The campaign, sponsored by the Clin... Read more »

Day in the Life: Olivia Harris

Day in the Life: Olivia Harris

September 26, 2013
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  Day in the Life is a recurring feature where students with interesting lives share what it is like to spend a day in their shoes. Few students have a full-time job, let alone a career in real estate. But Steinhardt sophomore Olivia Harris has already obtained her real estate license. Because... Read more »

Gallatin sophomore serves on high school board of trustees

Gallatin sophomore serves on high school board of trustees

August 25, 2013
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“As a graduate of Wantagh High School and a lifetime resident of Wantagh, I am aware of both the strengths and weaknesses of this district. I have been involved in many different facets of the Wantagh School District, and I believe I can provide the voice needed to represent the student bo... Read more »

Traditional Asian clothing create chic fusion with modern styles

Traditional Asian clothing create chic fusion with modern styles

May 8, 2013
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The clothes and accessories we wear on a daily basis usually follow the same trend and oftentimes come from an ancient tradition or specific cultural style. Lately, there has been a great deal of Asian-inspired trends in fashion. Traditional Asian clothes and designs have found their way into modern Western fashion ... Read more »

LSP sophomore shows off vintage wardrobe

LSP sophomore shows off vintage wardrobe

May 5, 2013
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While many people consider Mackelmore’s “Thrift Shop” a dance track, LSP sophomore Brianna Roche-Lilliott, more widely known as Brie, considers it a way of life. Don’t be surprised to see Roche-Lilliott on a bench in Washington Square Park rocking a polka-dot pencil skirt with a white lace ... Read more »

Students develop NYU event aggregator app

Students develop NYU event aggregator app

April 11, 2013
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  Imagine an app for your phone that informs you of every university event at NYU. Acting as a central bulletin board for students, Skrounge is a new application that launched on April 4 at NYU by two students who recently graduated from Skidmore College. NYU is the application’s first ca... Read more »

Tisch freshman posts eclectic photos on her blog

Tisch freshman posts eclectic photos on her blog

March 25, 2013
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  Like many other passionate, dedicated students at NYU, freshman Jessica Bernstein is going above and beyond what is expected of her as a photography and imaging major at the Tisch School of the Arts. Besides her regular assignments, she maintains a simple and striking online blog, Cat Mint. Bernstein started the pro... Read more »

Inside the NYU dorm experience with NYU Cribs

Inside the NYU dorm experience with NYU Cribs

February 22, 2013
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An episode of NYU Cribs, a new documentary series filmed by Tisch freshman Maggie Richardson with her Sony HDFX7 camera, is a step inside the private lives and creative minds of NYU students who live on campus. Each two- to four-minute long episode is filmed inside a residence hall and showcases the unique styles and personali... Read more »

Sweet spots to enjoy National Blueberry Pancake day

Sweet spots to enjoy National Blueberry Pancake day

January 28, 2013
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Today marks National Blueberry Pancake Day, a holiday that celebrates a home-style breakfast tra- dition. Whether you are looking for a full meal or a quick breakfast, New York City is the perfect host for this delectable treat. [top-5-gallery] A version of this article appeared in the Jan. 28 ... Read more »

Freshman keeps his small U-Hall kitchen stocked with holiday goodies

Freshman keeps his small U-Hall kitchen stocked with holiday goodies

December 11, 2012
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Live Blog Steinhardt freshman Russell Fisher has a kitchen worth talking about. Fisher said the best part of living in University Hall is having an accessible kitchen and perfect-sized refrigerator. A performance major who is extremely dedicatedbuy viagra brand to his music, Fisher is a man of many passi... Read more »

Clues from a shoulder bag: healthy habits of a Steinhardt freshman

December 6, 2012
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Based on the contents of her everyday shoulder bag, it is clear that Steinhardt freshman Huda Asfour is interested in nutrition. The items she carries around on a regular basis serve important purposes for both her Nutrition, Food Studies and Public cialis no prescriptionHealth major and her everyday life. ... Read more »

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