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Top 5 Events to Keep on Your Radar This Spring

Kendall Levison, Features Editor

January 25, 2016


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Sure, the beginning of a new semester means new classes, but it also means a whole semester’s worth of new NYU events. Since no one wants to actually scan through every page of the NYU calendar, your WSN Features team has put together a do-list of the five best NYU events coming up this spring. So Yo...

Best options for entertaining out of town guests

Brussel Rand, Staff Writer

April 1, 2015


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Our top four ways to entertain your out of town guests.

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Top 5 apps to improve NYU experience

Tiffanie Hwang

February 8, 2015


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Top 5 apps for an NYU student

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Best Union Square Holiday Market vendors

Best Union Square Holiday Market vendors

Anna Ferkingstad, Staff Writer

December 1, 2014


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Whether it be a sales pitch from a man in a sock monkey onesie or the ramblings of a poet, here are some wacky booths to check out at the Union Square Holiday Market.

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Top 5 ways to give back this holiday

Top 5 ways to give back this holiday

David Bologna, Beauty & Style Editor

November 26, 2014


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To commemorate this special day of extending a helping hand, here is a list of the top beauty products that are giving back this season.

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Top 5 Quintessential people of Washington Square Park

Top 5 Quintessential people of Washington Square Park

Hannah Treasure, Features Editor

September 11, 2014


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Whether students are just walking to their next class or grabbing lunch with a friend, park frequenters begin to recognize the same faces of the community under the arch.

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Top 5 ways to make cash flow over summer

Top 5 ways to make cash flow over summer

Dana Reszutek, Beauty/Style Editor

May 1, 2014


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As the school year ends, the flow of extra income stops for many students. If your wallet is feeling a little empty, there are several ways to make cash on the side while taking classes or working at a job or internship. Resale Shops To earn some extra spending money, the quickest place to start is right at ho...

Top 5 spring flea markets

Top 5 spring flea markets

April 28, 2014


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Smorgasburg  Smorgasburg, the popular food flea market, never fails to impress with its wide variety of unique vendors and a perfect view of the Manhattan skyline. With foods ranging from grilled cheese sandwiches from Milk Truck to macarons from Vendome, Smorgasburg offers great options for ...

Top 5 shops for finding used books around campus

Top 5 shops for finding used books around campus

April 20, 2014


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As the school year winds down, students can finally think about something that has been hard to fit in their schedules for the past months: recreational reading. Thankfully, there are used book stores all over the city that have plenty of affordable options for summer reading. The Strand The S...

Top 5 accessories for spring weather

Top 5 accessories for spring weather

April 7, 2014


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Spring is here, and a new season means a new wardrobe. Enough of infinitely layering jackets and scarves — it is time to experiment with new trends. Here are our top five picks for must-have spring accessories. Baseball Hat If you think a baseball hat is more of a Yankees Stadium relic th...

Top 5 hidden gems to visit in city that never sleeps

Top 5 hidden gems to visit in city that never sleeps

April 1, 2014


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New York City is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. But just because we live here does not mean we have to be mobbed by tourists all of the time. Avoid the crowds by checking out these hidden gems. Times Square A small, surprisingly quiet area, hidden away from the rest of t...

Top 5 Outdoor Art Exhibits

Top 5 Outdoor Art Exhibits

March 31, 2014


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Click for more images Throughout New York City, there are many parks and sites that showcase experimental and traditional art, many of which are free. The works range from street art to towering sculptures. Here are the top five outdoor art exhibits to see this spring. Alice Aycock, “Park Ave...

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