Monthly Archives: February 2013

Chow Time: Winter Restaurant Week, Part 1

A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about what to do if you’re in the city during break.  Probably the most awesome thing on that list, especially if you’re a foodie like me, is New York’s winter Restaurant Week.  Some of

Chow Time: Winter Restaurant Week, Part 1

A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about what to do if you’re in the city during break.  Probably the most awesome thing on that list, especially if you’re a foodie like me, is New York’s winter Restaurant Week.  Some of

8 Tips to Get you Through the Rest of Winter

Remember a while back I did a sort of inspiring (well I thought it was) post about fun things to do in the city during winter? Well, that was a different kind of winter. That was a semi-cold but it’s okay

8 Tips to Get you Through the Rest of Winter

Remember a while back I did a sort of inspiring (well I thought it was) post about fun things to do in the city during winter? Well, that was a different kind of winter. That was a semi-cold but it’s okay

Trend-spotting #NYFW, Featuring Parsons Alumni

As the city bids the fashion folk farewell and the curtain closes on another season, it’s time to recap the best looks from New York Fashion Week.  The industry’s hottest designers (many of which passed through the hallways of Parsons 560!)

Trend-spotting #NYFW, Featuring Parsons Alumni

As the city bids the fashion folk farewell and the curtain closes on another season, it’s time to recap the best looks from New York Fashion Week.  The industry’s hottest designers (many of which passed through the hallways of Parsons 560!)

What do YOU know about Urban Design?

“Five years ago upon reading about urban designers and planners, I was surprised that such a career exists. I started to dream about designing a city like Manhattan.” – Dobin Son, Urban Design BS student. Cities around the world are

What do YOU know about Urban Design?

“Five years ago upon reading about urban designers and planners, I was surprised that such a career exists. I started to dream about designing a city like Manhattan.” – Dobin Son, Urban Design BS student. Cities around the world are

Parsons Exhibition: The Public Private

For the past couple of days as I’ve been walking around the Parsons building at 2 West 13th Street I always think that there is someone staring at me, and then I realize it’s just a photo. Well, a new

Parsons Exhibition: The Public Private

For the past couple of days as I’ve been walking around the Parsons building at 2 West 13th Street I always think that there is someone staring at me, and then I realize it’s just a photo. Well, a new

A Sneak Peak at the University Center

The Greenwich Village is changing in a BIG way.  On the busy corner of 14th Street and 5th Avenue, The New School’s enormous $350 million, 364,000-square-foot, 16-story University Center is taking shape.  Though its brown metallic facade attempts to blend with

A Sneak Peak at the University Center

The Greenwich Village is changing in a BIG way.  On the busy corner of 14th Street and 5th Avenue, The New School’s enormous $350 million, 364,000-square-foot, 16-story University Center is taking shape.  Though its brown metallic facade attempts to blend with

Student on Student Interview: Roxana Adilbekova

I love the first week of a new semester not only for the new classes but meeting new people as well! This week, I met Roxana Adibekova, a Design and Management junior hailing from Almaty, Kazakhstan who just so happened

Student on Student Interview: Roxana Adilbekova

I love the first week of a new semester not only for the new classes but meeting new people as well! This week, I met Roxana Adibekova, a Design and Management junior hailing from Almaty, Kazakhstan who just so happened