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Eat Your Way Around Each Dorm: Soup

Eat Your Way Around Each Dorm: Soup

Anthony Yi, Contributing Writer
February 21
Filed under Dining, Dining, FEATURES

Is the cold winter air seeping into your bones? Check out this list of broths, stews and noodles that are sure to keep you warm and toasty.

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Weekly Sports Update: Feb. 13 to Feb. 20

Weekly Sports Update: Feb. 13 to Feb. 20

Nika Woodfill, Deputy Sports Editor
February 21
Filed under SPORTS, Sports

NYU's basketball teams had a painful week with each taking two defeats, however both fencing and men's volleyball secured crucial victories.

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The Importance of Athletic Trainers in College Sports

The Importance of Athletic Trainers in College Sports

Trevor Francesconi, Contributing Writer
February 21
Filed under SPORTS, Sports

Athletic trainers heavily impact the student-athlete experience at NYU, but their influence can't always be seen.

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I Tried…The Purple Diet

I Tried…The Purple Diet

Caroline Zemsky, Staff Writer
February 14
Filed under Dining, FEATURES

Our writer followed Mariah Carey's ridiculous purple diet. Read about her experience!

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Cooked up in a Dorm Room: 6 Easy-to-Make Recipes

Cooked up in a Dorm Room: 6 Easy-to-Make Recipes

Hester Yang, Contributing Writer
February 14
Filed under Dining, FEATURES

Between classes, work, internships, and social life, most students don't have the time or energy to cook a proper meal. Check out these quick hacks to make cooking in a college dorm easy, simple and foolproof.

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Porn Pays Tuition at a Cost in “Exposed”

Porn Pays Tuition at a Cost in “Exposed”

Annaluz Cabrera, Contributing Writer
February 14
Filed under ARTS, Performance, Theater

"Exposed" is a new play based on the true story of Mariam Weeks, the Duke University Freshman who took on a porn star persona to pay her college tuition.

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Khaya Sings for Any Genre

Khaya Sings for Any Genre

Connor Gatesman, Contributing Writer
February 14
Filed under ARTS, Music, Music, NYU, TOP STORIES

Clive Davis sophomore Khaya talks about her music, the importance of sound versatility, songwriting, performing and her upcoming single release.

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6 Tea Places to Keep You Awake and Warm

6 Tea Places to Keep You Awake and Warm

Drew Lederman, Contributing Writer
February 13
Filed under Dining, FEATURES

As a college student you need that extra burst of energy. For those who don’t like coffee, it can be hard to find energizing drinks that are also warm to fight off that winter chill. Here is a list of the best places around campus for tea awake and warm throughout the winter season.

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Good Eats for a Successful Dorm Party

Good Eats for a Successful Dorm Party

Alana Kohler Pizarro, Contributing Writer
February 13
Filed under Dining, FEATURES

When throwing a party, arguably one of the most important aspects is what you will serve. Here are some places within walking distance of Washington Square Park where you can pick up food for your party, as well as some easy recipes to make in the comfort of your apartment-style dorm.

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Bon Iver Plays the Numbers on “22, A Million”

Bon Iver Plays the Numbers on “22, A Million”

Jacob Fox, Staff Writer
September 29
Filed under ARTS, Music

“22, A Million” stands out as the self-defining album of Justin Vernon’s career. It ties together so many familiar elements from every past album and EP he’s recorded with his band, Bon Iver.  He takes the heart-warming vulnerability of the acoustic-driven “For Emma, Forever Ago,” and build... Read more »

September NYC Arts Calendar

September NYC Arts Calendar

Gilchrist Green, Music Editor
August 27
Filed under ARTS, Music

Music: September 2-4: Summer’s End Music Festival (including Guerilla Toss, Tall Juan, Kississippi, Honduras, & Beth Israel) - Hosted by Invertebrate Music, an NYU-run music label. Passes are $10 each day, or $30 for the whole weekend. Location – Aviv, 496 Morgan Ave, Brooklyn September 3: Huma... Read more »

Book Finds Hierarchy of Ethnic Foods

Book Finds Hierarchy of Ethnic Foods

Milton You, Contributing Writer
May 2
Filed under Dining, FEATURES

Krishnendu Ray, the chair of the Food Studies program at Steinhardt, talks about his book "The Ethnic Restaurateur."

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