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  • The Finsta: A Millennial’s Modern Day Journal
  • For Millennials, Every Day Is Cat-urday
  • Fermentation: Coming to a Kitchen Near You
  • New York Nature Escapes
  • I’m Hooked!
  • Amp Up NYC Family Dining
  • Not So Seamless
  • 5 Recipes You Must Try Before #Avocadogate
  • Be the Generation of Change
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Bippity Boppity Boo! Disney is Back.

By JENNA JARDINE The icy wind on the Hudson invigorates the crowd of moviegoers,  clutching their pre-ordered tickets, at Regal Cinemas Battery Park 11. They brave the rowdy streets of New York City on St. Patrick’s Day not to see an action-packed blockbuster or a tear-jerking drama, but a film […]

The Finsta: A Millennial’s Modern Day Journal

The Finsta: A Millennial’s Modern Day Journal

BY SHELBY JORDAN One morning in September, Alex McGurk, NYU sophomore, was chopping peppers for her omelet when the knife slipped and slashed into her left thumb. Five stitches later, Alex opened her finsta (fake Instagram) account, @mcgunks, and chronicled her latest mishaps from the past week. Besides the knife […]

For Millennials, Every Day Is Cat-urday

For Millennials, Every Day Is Cat-urday

By AMANDA REGALADO  There were 25 of them.  Some snoozed atop hanging shelves, some swatted catnip-filled mice, others massaged their claws into fleece blankets. A 20-something-year-old couple plopped down on a couch where a tiny fur ball slept.  The woman whipped out her iPhone, Snapchatting selfies as proof of her […]

Fermentation: Coming to a Kitchen Near You

Fermentation: Coming to a Kitchen Near You

By ALANA AL-HATLANI The Sunrise Market, hidden on the second floor of a non-descript building in the East Village, is packed on a Sunday morning. A steady buzz of afternoon shoppers crowd the tight aisles lined with shelves displaying imported Asian foods. Many of the imports are fermented products, whose […]

New York Nature Escapes

New York Nature Escapes

BY ANNE CRUZ The Big Apple doesn’t advertise itself as a naturalist’s playground. But as spring beckons the city offers a many outdoor spots for those who want to enjoy the fresh air and the sights.  An added bonus, no car required.

I’m Hooked!

I’m Hooked!

By AMANDA REGALADO

Amp Up NYC Family Dining

Amp Up NYC Family Dining

By JENNA JARDINE Dining in the city with kids can be daunting. No matter if you’re a family of tourists, exhausted after a long day of sightseeing, or a family of New Yorkers, trying to break out of your normal routine, it can be tough to find a place with […]

Not So Seamless

Not So Seamless

By ALANA AL-HATLANI  Seamless delivers restaurant-quality food without the hassle.  No shopping, no cooking, no standing in line for takeout or a seat.  But in less than the two hours it takes to decide what to order and waiting for delivery, you can have the same meal at home and […]

5 Recipes You Must Try Before #Avocadogate

5 Recipes You Must Try Before #Avocadogate

By AMANDA REGALADO  With the Trump administration threatening to institute a 20% tariff on all Mexican goods, Millennials are crying out, “#avocadogate!”

Be the Generation of Change

Be the Generation of Change

By JENNA JARDINE An activist fervor has taken over the nation. Americans are turning to the streets, the internet, grassroots organizations and each other in an effort to make change. People are rallying behind the issues they care about, unsure if they will have an impact. Such feelings even cross party […]

 

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Fully Booked: Managing Both a Restaurant and GPA

Fully Booked: Managing Both a Restaurant and GPA

By ALANA AL-HATLANI At Hakkasan in Times Square, a heavy steel door opens to an electric blue bar right out of “Bladerunner.”  The upscale Cantonese restaurant has the familiar wood paneling of a Dim Sum spot, but much like the food, a...

 

Shelby Jordan

Shelby Jordan

By DANIELLE SPOLETI Shelby Jordan has loved to swim for as long as she can remember. A member of the NYU swim team and junior at NYU Steinhardt, Shelby majors in Journalism along with a concentration in media, culture and communication. Her...

 

Danielle Spoleti

Danielle Spoleti

Danielle at the Standard Hotel in the Meatpacking District BY SHELBY JORDAN If you ask Danielle, New York is and has always been her home.  Her love for the city, and all that it has to offer, started in childhood and has only grown over the...

 

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Fashion Trends From The ‘90s Are Making A Comeback

Fashion trends have brought about some of the strangest looks like Britney and Justin’s famed denim on denim look. If you grew up in the 90s, most likely you had the biggest crush on Aaron Carter, owned at least three Tamagotchis, and had...

 

Bippity Boppity Boo! Disney is Back.

Disney via AP

Disney via AP By JENNA JARDINE The icy wind on the Hudson invigorates the crowd of moviegoers,  clutching their pre-ordered tickets, at Regal Cinemas Battery Park 11. They brave the rowdy streets of New York City on St. Patrick’s Day not...

 

Millennials Are Changing the Fitness Industry as We Know It

Millennials Are Changing the Fitness Industry as We Know It

 By SYDNEY BRASON All around the city, dimly lit studios featuring upbeat, high-intensity workouts offer classes that leave customers energized and feeling good about their physical health in just 45 minutes. But there’s a price to pay,...

 
 

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The Ultimate Bucket List Trip: How to African Safari in Style

By SYDNEY BRASON A trip to Africa ranks at the top of many buckets lists, and many travelers assume that South Africa is the ideal safari spot. Instead, consider Kenya, which offers an immersion into tribal culture and easy access to some of the most prominent game parks, making it […]

 
 

Q+A With Farhin Lilywala

You’re four years old and your parents tell you you’re going on a trip to America. Yay! At the age of nine, your friends are all going on cruises for summer vacation. You can’t, because you don’t have a green card. At the age of 16, your high school offers […]

 
 

Fashion Trends From The ‘90s Are Making A Comeback

Fashion trends have brought about some of the strangest looks like Britney and Justin’s famed denim on denim look. If you grew up in the 90s, most likely you had the biggest crush on Aaron Carter, owned at least three Tamagotchis, and had a drawer full of different colored scrunchies. […]

 
 

Bippity Boppity Boo! Disney is Back.

Disney via AP

By JENNA JARDINE The icy wind on the Hudson invigorates the crowd of moviegoers,  clutching their pre-ordered tickets, at Regal Cinemas Battery Park 11. They brave the rowdy streets of New York City on St. Patrick’s Day not to see an action-packed blockbuster or a tear-jerking drama, but a film […]

 
 

Millennials Are Changing the Fitness Industry as We Know It

Millennials Are Changing the Fitness Industry as We Know It

 By SYDNEY BRASON All around the city, dimly lit studios featuring upbeat, high-intensity workouts offer classes that leave customers energized and feeling good about their physical health in just 45 minutes. But there’s a price to pay, often $35 per class.

 
 

From Caracas to NYC with Carlos Colmenares

From Caracas to NYC with Carlos Colmenares

BY SHELBY JORDAN Carlos Colmenares, a freshman at New York University, is no stranger to the city life. Having grown up in Venezuela’s largest – and most crime ridden – city, his transition to New York has been smooth and liberating.  In Caracas with constant robberies and kidnappings, Carlos, like […]

 
 

The Finsta: A Millennial’s Modern Day Journal

The Finsta: A Millennial’s Modern Day Journal

BY SHELBY JORDAN One morning in September, Alex McGurk, NYU sophomore, was chopping peppers for her omelet when the knife slipped and slashed into her left thumb. Five stitches later, Alex opened her finsta (fake Instagram) account, @mcgunks, and chronicled her latest mishaps from the past week. Besides the knife […]

 
 

Biking in the Interim

Biking in the Interim

By Riley Cardoza Two weeks after taking the Megabus from Maine to Manhattan, Alex James pedals through the Upper West Side with fifty tacos and two liters of Coke on his back. A taxi rolled over his cell phone this afternoon, an ambulance drove his co-worker to the hospital with […]

 
 

Fully Booked: Managing Both a Restaurant and GPA

Fully Booked: Managing Both a Restaurant and GPA

By ALANA AL-HATLANI At Hakkasan in Times Square, a heavy steel door opens to an electric blue bar right out of “Bladerunner.”  The upscale Cantonese restaurant has the familiar wood paneling of a Dim Sum spot, but much like the food, a refined edge. This is Arnold Byun’s classroom with […]

 
 

For Millennials, Every Day Is Cat-urday

For Millennials, Every Day Is Cat-urday

By AMANDA REGALADO  There were 25 of them.  Some snoozed atop hanging shelves, some swatted catnip-filled mice, others massaged their claws into fleece blankets. A 20-something-year-old couple plopped down on a couch where a tiny fur ball slept.  The woman whipped out her iPhone, Snapchatting selfies as proof of her […]