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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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I Tried… Eating Only Pizza for a Week

I Tried… Eating Only Pizza for a Week

Juliana Fonseca-Alesso, Contributing Writer
February 8
Filed under Dining, FEATURES, TOP STORIES

Is it possible to only eat pizza for a week? Read about what happened when our lactose intolerant writer tried to for a week!

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Food Fighters: How to Kick that Cold Without Medicine

Food Fighters: How to Kick that Cold Without Medicine

Geomari Martinez, Contributing Writer
January 31
Filed under Dining, FEATURES

Every year, the winter season showcases this all-too-familiar symphony of sickness. If you forgot to get the flu shot this year, take a quick peek at your pantry or nearest dining hall and munch, sip, and eat your way out of that cold with these food fighters—you’ll be singing songs of joy in no time!

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The Mental Climate on a Sprawling Campus

The Mental Climate on a Sprawling Campus

Alex Bazeley, Editor-in-Chief
November 14
Filed under TOP STORIES, Uncategorized

Anna Letson To someone outside the school, mentioning the words “mental health” and “NYU” in the same breath might evoke memories of news headlines from the early 2000s, when six students committed suicide in the span of a single year. To someone who knows the school, though — whether it’s a student or... Read more »

Break Through Your Breakouts

Break Through Your Breakouts

Halle Gold, Contributing Writer
November 14
Filed under Beauty & Style, FEATURES

Implementing a healthy diet and washing your face daily are just some of the ways you can combat breakouts.

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Pills: To Pop or Not To Pop?

Pills: To Pop or Not To Pop?

Valerina Young, Contributing Writer
October 26
Filed under Beauty & Style, FEATURES, TOP STORIES

Unsure of whether supplement pills are worth the hassle? Read on to find out.

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Inaccurate Medical Journalism Produces False Positives

Inaccurate Medical Journalism Produces False Positives

Aparna Alankar, Contributing Writer
October 11
Filed under OPINION, TOP STORIES

People with limited health literacy skills are often misinformed about the body and of disease, leading to a misunderstanding of the relationship between lifestyle factors like diet and exercise and various health outcomes.

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Excellent DIY Exfoliants — Help Your Skin Survive the Changing Seasons

Excellent DIY Exfoliants — Help Your Skin Survive the Changing Seasons

Iliana Walsingham-Johnson, Contributing Writer
September 29
Filed under Beauty & Style, FEATURES

Your skin is not in favor of the changing weather, but here are some natural exfoliants to make that transition easier.

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Sheet Masks: A Second Skin For Your Face

Sheet Masks: A Second Skin For Your Face

Cecilia Hua, Contributing Writer
September 26
Filed under Beauty & Style, FEATURES

Korean Sheet Masks are easy and affordable at-home skincare additions to your beauty regime that you need to start using now.

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Makeup Wipes Can’t Clear All Your Face-Cleansing Needs

Makeup Wipes Can’t Clear All Your Face-Cleansing Needs

Ali Webb, Staff Writer
September 13
Filed under Beauty & Style, FEATURES, TOP STORIES

If you're going to be lazy, be smart about it. Learn about the best (and worst) make-up removal wipes.

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