Wine nights and Mediterranean delights
Over spring break, we had the chance to tour Spain and the French Riviera, gorging ourselves on sangria, chuletón, churros, and everything in between.
Forgotten no more: the Asian Americans of MIT
The Asian American Initiative asked students to respond to the theme of solitude and solidarity.
Let them eat cake
After visiting Colette, I finally understood Marie-Antoinette’s obsession with cakes and pastries.
A Davis Square delight
After returning from a recent trip to France, I found myself craving the croissants and the tarte aux abricots I discovered on the streets of Nice.
The french onion soup arrived in a characteristic brown ceramic pot, with stretchy burnt cheese oozing on top.
Levain Bakery comes to Boston
A transformative culinary experience lies just across the Harvard Bridge.
A British history of World War I
Though I may not have enjoyed the novel, I am still glad that the Mysterious Book Exchange left me with a greater desire to continue reading and a renewed hope that books will forever hold a place at MIT.
My rude awakening: “Minor Feelings”
The Asian-American experience is unique. Caught between two cultures, we learn to tightrope walk the boundary between the normal, white-defined, outside world and the traditional world our parents or grandparents still carry.
The scent of apple cider wafts through the halls, and the Charles River sparkles mesmerizingly under the warm gaze of the sun, signaling the arrival of my favorite season. As I stroll down Memorial Drive, I can’t help but think of another individual who, more than a millennium ago, was similarly struck by the beauty of autumn.
A trip to old Havana
I had the opportunity to order from Mariel’s dinner menu. The restaurant is tapas style, which allowed us to sample a wide range of Cuban-inspired dishes.
A new take on an American classic: pizza
Miyoko’s Creamery, a leading plant dairy brand headquartered in Sonoma, CA, is launching its newest product: liquid vegan mozzarella that melts, stretches, bubbles and browns exactly like conventional dairy mozzarella.
Ranch-flavored ice cream? Red Bull sorbets? Oh my
Needless to say, J.P. Licks’ two newest featured flavors were disappointing. The midnight munchies mashed together two very different textures — sweet peanut butter with salty garlic-tinted ranch — the end result of which detonated my tastebuds.