Did I miss a memo? When did an opinion (any opinion) become so revolting and odious that the only option available to highly erudite Columbia students is to shout and drown out the voices of opposition?
Before last week, I had never ventured across the Atlantic Ocean to the continent from whence my ancestors departed. My impressions of Europeans were formed mostly by Fox News, James Bond movies, and the occasional expatriate I had met while in my cups.
I have battled giant tuna off the coast of New Jersey, and I have angled for twelve-pound crappies in the backwoods of Indiana. I have ice-fished on a frozen Maine pond, and I have seen majestic blue marlin soar into the air, only to crash down into the surf and disappear forever.
Radio Perfecto is neither a radio nor perfect.
If you are like me--and you probably are--then you have woken up at least once in a strange and unfamiliar corner of Manhattan.
In Plato's Symposium, Aristophanes argues that every person on the planet is half of a true being. When we find our "other half," we fall in love and complete the unified and perfect whole. In the culinary world, there is a similar relationship between food and wine.
Choosing dishes from the bill of fare is quite possibly the most nerve-racking experience a patron undergoes during any meal at a normal restaurant.
Walking down the steps into the delightful Pisticci eatery, I discovered what International House denizens have known for nearly a year--Max Soha is not the only option for Italian food north of 120th Street.
When the Earl of Sandwich famously requested cheese and meat betwixt slabs of bread, he surely did not guess at the great smorgasbord of diversity that would someday bear his name. From the newly chic panini (offered at respected culinary institutions such as Starbucks) to the classic corned beef
Ah Spring, most gracious of seasons, betwixt frosty Winter's bite and warm Summer's glow! Ah Spring, when a young man's thoughts of fancy turn to barbecue. Nothing says, "I'm outside!" like firing up the grill and charring some hunks of cow flesh.
May 17, 11:47pm
Whoops, while you were all enjoying your first day of freedom/moving out day/time wherever you are since you finished your finals like a week ago and have already gotten out... Read More
May 16, 6:03pm
Thanks to all who submitted photos to our Instagram contest! After a close race, there’s a clear winner: @alemineo’s photo, seen below: We’ll use the picture as our cover photo... Read More
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