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NoHo Nibbles: Bombay Royale

Features April 7, 2016 at 5:02 pm 0 comments

SophiaZhu ’19 Opinions Editor Bombay Royale is an Indian restaurant that opened in February. As the third Indian restaurant in town (in addition to Indian Palace and Indian House), I did not expect there to be much excitement about Bombay Royale. However, Bombay Royale has proved itself to be a ratherRead More

Instagram aesthetics

Instagram aesthetics

Arts April 4, 2016 at 5:25 am 0 comments

Capturing the beauty in your Belgian waffles Tara Coughlin ‘19 Staff Writer Smith’s dedication to excellence in its Art Department has always included an appreciation of historical techniques as well as cutting-edge ones. This is why next semester the studio art section of Smith’s Art Department will offer a courseRead More

Anthony Bourdain visits Pasta College, calls sauce ‘definitely tomato’

Arts April 4, 2016 at 5:03 am 0 comments

Eliza Going ’18 Assistant Arts Editor Anthony Bourdain brought his hit show “No Reservations” to Smith College this past Saturday. He said he was “hoping to sample at least four types of pasta and some wacky cake.” The chef, television personality and best-selling author began the day at Cutter-Ziskind for brunch.Read More

Photo courtesy of Elizabeth McGrady '16 | Gigi Ross ’16 and Olivia Mallari ’16, came up with the idea for Grilled Cheese Girls while in the company of friends one night.

Say Cheese! The Grilled Cheese Girls

Features March 10, 2016 at 9:04 am 0 comments

  Michelle S. Lee ’16 Editor-in-Chief They’re athletes. They’re entrepreneurs. To their customers, they’re late-night delivery heroes. They’re the Grilled Cheese Girls (GCG). Olivia Mallari ’16 and Gigi Ross ’16 first came up with the idea for their business venture while hanging out with friends late at night and snackingRead More

Photo courtesy of Veronica Brown '16 | The Korean American Students at Smith sold assorted lunchboxes of Korean food for $7.

NoHo Nibbles: KASS Lunchboxes

Features March 3, 2016 at 9:00 am 0 comments

  Michelle S. Lee ’16 Editor-in-Chief  Price: $ Rating: ★★★★★ Sunday nights are (hopefully) studious nights. Particularly at the onset of yet another midterm season and with such minimal dining options available at Smith after 7 p.m., the hungry question “Do you have food?” is tossed around in conversation so frequentlyRead More

Photo by Jen Zhu '18 | Hitting the gym? It’s important to eat protein and carbohydrates before and after your workout.

How to Fuel and Replenish Your Body Before and After a Workout

Sports March 3, 2016 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Raegan Stokes ’19 Sports Editor There is no doubt that it’s important to eat before a workout. Your body needs energy from food to fuel your exercise. Not eating before a workout can actually have detrimental effects. Constantly working out on an empty stomach can slow your metabolism and causeRead More

NoHo Nibbles: Fitzwilly’s Restaurant & Bar

Features September 24, 2015 at 9:10 am 0 comments

Hira Humayun ’17 Features Editor Since 1974, Fitzwilly’s has been a family restaurant and bar dedicated to quality service and comfort food prepared to perfection. Located on 23 Main Street, Fitzwilly’s has a vast menu with a range of pastas, salads, sandwiches, burgers, soups and appetizers. Their wide array ofRead More

Haymarket Café to Increase Starting Wage  in Hopes of Beginning a Town Movement

Haymarket Café to Increase Starting Wage in Hopes of Beginning a Town Movement

News September 24, 2015 at 9:10 am 0 comments

Marie Wilken ’18 Copy Editor Haymarket Café owner Peter Simpson founded the restaurant to create “an alternative to the status quo in the service industry,” and revive that goal. After witnessing the spread of the $15 minimum wage movement, Simpson renewed his interest in challenging service industry standards — andRead More

A Smithie’s Ultimate Guide to Downtown NoHo

A Smithie’s Ultimate Guide to Downtown NoHo

Features September 17, 2015 at 3:13 pm 0 comments

Natalia Kreciglowa ’18 Assistant Sports Editor Smithies have the privilege of living in undoubtedly one of the coolest towns in New England: Northampton, Mass. Northampton is a cultural hub filled with artists, musicians, baristas – people from nearly all walks of life. Living in this town, it’s time that weRead More

NoHo Nibbles: The Green Bean

NoHo Nibbles: The Green Bean

Features September 17, 2015 at 3:05 pm 0 comments

Veronica Brown ’16 Associate Editor Although Smith students may tire of brunch after a few on- campus weekends, the meal can be reinvigorated with a trip downtown. The Green Bean opened in 2007 with the mission of offering a socially responsible breakfast and lunch menu and featuring the products ofRead More