Category Archives: health and nutrition

Espresso Yourself

In honor of National Coffee Day,  a post from our witty student blogger – Elias Paulson.    Imagine, if you will: It is Monday morning, and you over slept. The sun is slapping you in the face, your alarm clock

Espresso Yourself

In honor of National Coffee Day,  a post from our witty student blogger – Elias Paulson.    Imagine, if you will: It is Monday morning, and you over slept. The sun is slapping you in the face, your alarm clock

Food Design: You Are What You Eat

Typically, food design is not an area that pops into our head when thinking of things than can be ‘designed’. But food, is a large part of everyone’s life and a very large percentage of the economy depends on food.

Food Design: You Are What You Eat

Typically, food design is not an area that pops into our head when thinking of things than can be ‘designed’. But food, is a large part of everyone’s life and a very large percentage of the economy depends on food.

Picnicking in Paris!

Even after a mild winter, the first signs of spring have rejuvenated Paris in a very big way. With the arrival of sunshine everyone is opening their terrace windows and headed outdoors to partake in a romantic Parisienne pass-time, le

Picnicking in Paris!

Even after a mild winter, the first signs of spring have rejuvenated Paris in a very big way. With the arrival of sunshine everyone is opening their terrace windows and headed outdoors to partake in a romantic Parisienne pass-time, le

Chow Time: Little Japan Pt. 2

Konichiwa again!  Last time, I listed three of some of my favorite hot spots in the little section of the East Village known informally as Little Japan.  Now here’s another three picks to satisfy your cravings for more tasty Japanese

Chow Time: Little Japan Pt. 2

Konichiwa again!  Last time, I listed three of some of my favorite hot spots in the little section of the East Village known informally as Little Japan.  Now here’s another three picks to satisfy your cravings for more tasty Japanese

Chow Time: Little Japan, Pt. 1

Konichiwa kiddos!!  Down in the East Village, you’ll find a cluster of Japanese establishments that serve all of your favorite delights from the Land of the Rising Sun.  Known unofficially as Little Japan, the area is considerably smaller than other ethnic

Chow Time: Little Japan, Pt. 1

Konichiwa kiddos!!  Down in the East Village, you’ll find a cluster of Japanese establishments that serve all of your favorite delights from the Land of the Rising Sun.  Known unofficially as Little Japan, the area is considerably smaller than other ethnic

Sights to See Around Paris (Part 2, Desserts)

WARNING: Paris is a dangerous place for anyone with a sweet tooth. Never before in my life have I ever constantly craved sweets like I have since moving to France this year. I figure, since i’m only here for a

Sights to See Around Paris (Part 2, Desserts)

WARNING: Paris is a dangerous place for anyone with a sweet tooth. Never before in my life have I ever constantly craved sweets like I have since moving to France this year. I figure, since i’m only here for a

Chow Time: Winter Restaurant Week 2014, Pt. 2

Friday marks the final day of New York Restaurant Week, but never fear!  You’ll be able to satisfy your appetite for some of the city’s finest culinary offerings again when Restaurant Week returns this summer.  Here’s my second round of reviews

Chow Time: Winter Restaurant Week 2014, Pt. 2

Friday marks the final day of New York Restaurant Week, but never fear!  You’ll be able to satisfy your appetite for some of the city’s finest culinary offerings again when Restaurant Week returns this summer.  Here’s my second round of reviews

Chow Time: Winter Restaurant Week 2014, Pt. 1

So my last post featured my biannual trend analysis from New York Fashion Week…but even more fun for  foodie like me are my biannual reviews for New York Restaurant Week!  So what exactly is Restaurant Week?  It’s an opportunity for

Chow Time: Winter Restaurant Week 2014, Pt. 1

So my last post featured my biannual trend analysis from New York Fashion Week…but even more fun for  foodie like me are my biannual reviews for New York Restaurant Week!  So what exactly is Restaurant Week?  It’s an opportunity for

Places Around Campus: The University Center Cafeteria

Yesterday was my first day at the newly finished University Center and boy was I in awe. I don’t have any classes in the building but after seeing my friends post photos of it on Instagram, I knew I needed

Places Around Campus: The University Center Cafeteria

Yesterday was my first day at the newly finished University Center and boy was I in awe. I don’t have any classes in the building but after seeing my friends post photos of it on Instagram, I knew I needed

Chow Time: Ethnic Foods to Warm the Soul

Lauren offered some pretty great pro-tips for winter survival in her last post, but DANGGGGG this Polar Vortex nonsense has got to end!!  This break, I’ve become somewhat of a winter hermit, exercising my right to stay inside my warm,

Chow Time: Ethnic Foods to Warm the Soul

Lauren offered some pretty great pro-tips for winter survival in her last post, but DANGGGGG this Polar Vortex nonsense has got to end!!  This break, I’ve become somewhat of a winter hermit, exercising my right to stay inside my warm,