Celebrate Pancake Lovers Day

Celebrate Pancake Lovers Day

September 26, 2013
Filed under Dining

Sept. 26th is Pancake Lovers’ Day. Pay a visit to these restaurants to celebrate it with a warm plate of fluffy goodness. Here are our picks.   Clinton St. Baking Company Clinton St. Baking Company is known for their absolutely divine, famous blueberry pancakes with warm maple butter.... Read more »

Students plan Honda ad campaign

Students plan Honda ad campaign

April 18, 2013
Filed under FEATURES

A group of NYU students chose Finding the Perfect Match as the theme for the 2013 Honda Civic. The students, collectively known as the Washington Square Group, were asked to design an advertising campaign for the car back in February in an advertising management course with merchants council professor... Read more »

Brighten up hair with chalk to enjoy color without commitment

Brighten up hair with chalk to enjoy color without commitment

April 16, 2013
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  Chalk is no longer just for sidewalk art. A recent hairstyle trend is incorporating colorful pastel chalks that add flair to a normal hairdo. With spring in full blossom, bright colors are back for the next several months, and chalking can create a look similar to poppy hair dye without th... Read more »

Perfect picnic themes for outdoor meals

Perfect picnic themes for outdoor meals

April 11, 2013
Filed under FEATURES

  As spring approaches and the weather begins to warm up, it’s time to enjoy Strawberry Fest, lazy afternoons in Washington Square Park and a refreshing picnic. Here are five themes to turn your run-of-the-mill outdoor gathering into an impressive occasion. Beach Try packing some fancy s... Read more »

Textbook exchange cuts out middleman

Textbook exchange cuts out middleman

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

Conceived in a dormroom and developed in Bobst library, textbook vendor SquareRush entered the competitive market on April 9 as the newest creation of a trio of freshmen. Stern students Harsh Doshi and Kashish Kumar and CAS student Roland Cassirer launched the vendor to aid students in selling and buyi... Read more »

Savory selections for Soyfoods Month

Savory selections for Soyfoods Month

April 3, 2013
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Celebrate Soyfoods Month with these healthy, intriguing variations.     Soy and Sake Village I 47 Seventh Ave. S The lunch specials at Soy and Sake Village ($7 to $9) include a soup or an appetizer and an entree. The miso soup ($4), sesame chicken and General Tso's chicken (both $10.50)... Read more »

Best bistros for comforting, quaint cuisine

Best bistros for comforting, quaint cuisine

April 3, 2013
Filed under FEATURES

In an city as culturally diverse as New York, the traditional definition of “bistro” — small restaurants serving modest home-style cooking — is inevitably altered and expanded. Try the dishes at these unique restaurants. Veselka I 144 Second Ave. Classic flavors of authentic Ukrainian foo... Read more »

Tisch professor’s film ‘Welcome to Pine Hill’ debuts

Tisch professor’s film ‘Welcome to Pine Hill’ debuts

March 1, 2013
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In October of 2009, Gallatin professor and filmmaker Keith Miller had been taking care of a lost dog for two months when a man named Shannon Harper showed up on his doorstep demanding the dog be returned to him. Little did Miller know that the argument that ensued between the two men that day woul... Read more »

Tisch senior explores science of homosexuality through film

Tisch senior explores science of homosexuality through film

February 21, 2013
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  An upcoming short film by Tisch senior Cyrus Toulabi explores how the world would react if a young scientist discovered a genetic source for homosexuality. On Feb. 5, Toulabi launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for his new 20-minute movie, “The Gene,” which is slated to... Read more »

MamaGyro serves homey, healthy fast food

MamaGyro serves homey, healthy fast food

February 20, 2013
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Union Square is now home to the freshest of Greek fare. MamaGyro’s second New York City location opened on Feb. 6 and now officially caters to those in search of healthy, fast, homemade Greek food with a cultural flair. MamaGyro is run entirely by Stella “Mama” Likitsakos, her husban... Read more »

New coffee app brews relationships through speed meet-ups

New coffee app brews relationships through speed meet-ups

February 11, 2013
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.alignleft { float: left; margin: 5px 5px 5px 0; } A new smartphone app uses coffee to bring NYU students closer than ever. CAS freshman Jaye Melino has partnered with Drew Durbin and Lincoln Quirk, who both graduated from Brown University in 2008, to launch a new app called Brew! The iPhone and Android app pairs NYU student... Read more »

Costello Tagliapietra Fall/Winter 2013

Costello Tagliapietra Fall/Winter 2013

February 7, 2013
Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, Fashion Week

Click the photo for more looks from Costello Tagliapietra. Accompanied by the upbeat techno music of the MisShapes, the first model at Jeffrey Costello and Robert Tagliapietra’s Spring 2013  runway show was clad in an unimpressive burnt orange and brick colored draped turtleneck dress with a brown a... Read more »