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Pink Isn’t Just for Girls

Pink Isn’t Just for Girls

By SYDNEY BRASON “Millennial pink” is all around me. On my feet, the dusty rose-colored Fenty X Puma by Rihanna fur slides, and on my coffee table, my rose-gold circular RayBans. The web browser tabs on my MacBook contain online shopping bags featuring a pale-pink bomber jacket and a pair of […]

 
 

Veganism: Such a Pretty Lifestyle

Veganism: Such a Pretty Lifestyle

A perfectly tanned, toned, blonde woman, decked in red lipstick and red lingerie, stares at me from my laptop screen. Kalel, a YouTube star with two million followers, is instructing “How To Get A Victoria’s Secret Model Body.” Her secret (beyond endless workouts) for the last five years: a plant-based […]

 
 

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.

 
 

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 […]

 
 

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 […]

 
 

I’m Hooked!

I’m Hooked!

By AMANDA REGALADO

 
 

The Supermarket Spa

The Supermarket Spa

Whether it’s a Valentine’s Day dinner or a hot date with your couch, it’s always nice to look and feel beautiful without breaking the bank. Instead heading to a beauty counter for  a $40 face serum from Bloomingdale’s, open the kitchen cabinet and use household items to beautify and get […]