BY GIANCARLO BUONOMO
Dining solo would seem to be a dreary and boring experience, with only your reflection in the water glass to keep you company. But since I’ve come to Rome, I’ve learned to appreciate the joys of dining solo.
BY GRACE PROSNIEWSKI
Of course, there are some alumni we hear about all the time, but did you know the university also has a rich literary legacy?
BY CATHERINE SULPIZIO
With elegant prose that can swell into poetic intervals or sharp commentary, Soli presents a book that courses with flawed, colorful characters, lavish food descriptions (courtesy of a chef protagonist) and political intrigue.
BY DAILY STYLE WRITERS
For one of fashion’s biggest nights, the Academy Awards, Daily style writers recap the hits and misses of the red carpet
BY PAIGE PFLEGER
Guyton made the Heidelberg Project a reality, so that anyone could visit Heidelberg Street and see the “it” that he once only saw in his head. That is, until the arsons started.
BY KAREN HUA
Storytelling is often an overlooked art, overshadowed by digital media’s domineering presence. Thus, the Moth aims to spread awareness about storytelling’s growing prevalence – to debunk myths about its archaic nature.
BY KATHERINE CAMPBELL
Fetherston’s NYFW 2015 collection has incredible range and covers all occasions. From casual red carpet chic, to cocktail night with your ladies, to brunch the next morning, to date night that evening, just pluck a wearable combo from the line and walk out the door.
BY ANDREW MCCLURE
During his F15 show Oliver virtually suffocated his demonstrators with pantyhose over their heads, an apparent subordination tactic to his cult, or just a cool way to make your models look like undead gothic mannequins.
BY CAROLINE FILIPS
Merely a week before he lost his eight-year battle with intermittent lymphoma, de la Renta appointed Peter Copping as his successor. Though maintaining de la Renta’s signature elegant femininity posed an undeniably daunting task, it’s clear Copping’s debut collection exceeded expectations.
BY GRACE HAMILTON
Chaplin created comedy that was dually a form of meaningful social commentary, a delicate balance that is not often achieved in the genre today with quite the same grace. On top of that, his films leave room for sadness and sympathy.
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