Despite her collegiate success at the national level, Meili’s still a dark horse as she moves toward professional swimming, which virtually never sees Ivy Leaguers enter its ranks.
This weekend, catch the end of the New Museum's second Ideas City, a biennial festival which marries the arts and sciences for urban improvement.
Find the variety of most museums overwhelming? Check out these very specific art installations around the city–they're weird and wacky enough for the whole MoMA.
After a winter of quality time with your laptop, it's time to get some sun.
In lieu of the regular Best of spotlight, Spec instead takes a look at some campus figures to decide who wore it best.
For those who want to attend Sunday's Easter Bonnet Parade down Fifth Ave, here's a smattering of nearby attractions which could provide entertaining respites.
Traveling to Indianapolis over the spring break, Katie Meili and Alena Kluge look back at how they fared against some of the best collegiate swimmers in NCAA Division I.
As some Light Blue teams wind down, others just begin their seasons.
Become the King of Queens with your newfound knowledge of this neighborhood's crowning jewels.
Katie Meili reset her own three school records on the way to earning the Swimmer of the Meet and Career High Point Scorer awards at her final conference.
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