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The World According to Rachel: On Loving What You Do and Doing the Work

The World According to Rachel: On Loving What You Do and Doing the Work

Rachel Ruecker, Senior Editor
April 13, 2017
Filed under COLUMNS, FEATURES

Senior Editor Rachel Ruecker discusses putting in the work to get the desired outcome and loving whatever you do.

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What Is Love, Actually?

What Is Love, Actually?

Tiffanie Hwang, Staff Writer
April 10, 2017
Filed under FEATURES, TOP STORIES

A CAS class called Love Actually, which allows students to explore the meaning of and science behind love, was recently featured in The Guardian.

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Taste the Darker ‘Half’ of Relationships in New Film

Taste the Darker ‘Half’ of Relationships in New Film

Daniella Nichinson, Staff Writer
March 9, 2017
Filed under ARTS, Film

"The Other Half" is a memorable feature film debut for director Joey Klein — especially considering he tackled the complex and all-too-human story of a couple struggling to deal with trauma.

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Not Your Average Valentine’s Issue

Not Your Average Valentine’s Issue

Gabriella Bower and Grace Halio
February 13, 2017
Filed under SPECIAL EDITIONS, TOP STORY

Whether you believe Valentine’s Day is a Hallmark holiday or the perfect excuse for a mushy date night, the holiday comes every 365 days without fail. But this year being single, coupled up or anywhere in between doesn’t have to mean 24 hours of sulking. You are in a city with over 8.4 m...

New Valentine’s Films for Old Romantics

Matthew Holman, Contributing Writer
February 13, 2017
Filed under Uncategorized

Enough is enough: Valentine’s Day cinema should no longer be monopolized by the tear-jerkingly repetitive “Titanic” and Nicholas Sparks marathons. Especially in a time of radical cinematic change, after so many years of these same scenes dominating living-room cuddle sessions, a simple change mi...

Love Apps for NYU Students

Love Apps for NYU Students

Krista Burton, Contributing Writer
February 13, 2017
Filed under Uncategorized

In a technology-dependent world, bumping into your true love on the streets of NYC seems like something that only exists in 90’s rom-coms. It can feel impossible to find a new date, hookup or friendship — no matter what you are looking for. Dating apps seem to provide the answer with limitless oppor...

Distance: Love’s Greatest Enemy

Distance: Love’s Greatest Enemy

Diya Jiang, Staff Writer
February 13, 2017
Filed under FEATURES, Uncategorized

Although many couples are looking forward to Valentine's Day plans, long distance couples especially suffer during this holiday. Here's some insight on what it's like to be in a long-distance relationship and how you can overcome the challenges.

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Anthology Provides Anti-Romance for Valentine’s Day

Anthology Provides Anti-Romance for Valentine’s Day

Carter Glace, Staff Writer
February 9, 2017
Filed under ARTS, Film

If you're so sour about Valentine's Day that you could just kill somebody, then the Film Anthology Archives "Valentine's Day Massacre" has the perfect solution for you.

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Valentine’s Day Dessert Tour is Sweeter Than Sugar

Valentine’s Day Dessert Tour is Sweeter Than Sugar

Drew Lederman, Contributing Writer
February 8, 2017
Filed under Dining, FEATURES

Valentine's Day is all about celebrating all types of love, and there is no better way to celebrate it than with candy. If you want to get creative this Valentines Day, spread the love by bringing a special someone, a friend, or just yourself, to Sugartooth Tours’ Valentine's Day dessert tour.

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Breadcrumbing Has Already Grown Stale

Breadcrumbing Has Already Grown Stale

Maya Nann, Contributing Writer
February 1, 2017
Filed under OPINION, TOP STORIES

Breadcrumbers are far worse than ghosters, the lowest beings of the digital communication age.

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Robert Geller F/W 2017

Robert Geller F/W 2017

Michaela Hoffman, Violet Vision Editor
January 31, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

Art imitated life today at Robert Geller’s Fall/Winter 2017 show. His collection titled, “Love and War”, was a nod to the political climate today in America. The show was all about juxtaposition: of color, style and political forces. His collection expressed militarism, protest and revolt,...

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