On Thursday, Events Editor Julia Tolda joined Columbia Science Review’s webinar, “Decisions, Decisions: How Superstitions Drive Choice,” to learn more about the science behind superstitions and descriptive decision-making.
The Armory uptown is probably one of the best, most organized places to get vaccinated in the city. It has tons of appointment slots that open up pretty frequently. It’s also one of the most
Yes, I will miss campus and sitting in rooms learning about all sorts of things with my peers, but there are some things that I’m ready to just say goodbye to.
NOM^3, your favorite student run catering group, is giving away Banh Mi in the middle College Walk. What is Banh Mi, you ask? A vegetarian/vegan Vietnamese sandwich with pan-seared tofu, fresh cucumbers, sautéed onions, and pickled daikon. Our Nommer contacts tell us that donations are appreciated and will go to Relay For Life. Speaking of […]
From some of the folks who brought you the good stuff of NOM^3 comes a new on-campus, student-run sustainable food providing venture–4local, a student run business looking to cater to one of your four (coincidence? probably) basic survival needs with simple and downright tasty food. The crew at this punnily named outfit, who cook almost […]
Nom^3’s take on Meatless Mondays, NOMdays, launched yesterday in Lerner. Clients picked up pre-ordered meals, which they had chosen from an option of three vegetarian dishes. Bwog was sort of impressed, sort of not. MENU 1: Quinoa with avocado and pumpkin/marinated cucumber and chickpeas/apple The ratio of the portions was surprising. A generous helping of […]
Inspired in part by Meatless Mondays, the folks over at NOM^3 have started a lunch subscription program called NOMdays. Now you can pay in advance for a tasty meal to be picked up on the Lerner ramps at lunchtime Monday. While pretty snazzy, this program is not the end of bold new projects for NOM^3—they still […]
The long-awaited Maoz on Broadway still causes a stir, along with a mention of NOM^3. (NYMag) People still can’t figure out how to make those pesky MetroCards work. (WSJ) The MTA budget is still being cut. (NYT) New Yorkers still have no compassion for people dying on the streets. (BBC) And we still cannot get […]
The days of ramen and peanut butter may finally be over, friends! Or at least they will be next year when Nom^3 gets off the ground. Bwog’s Friend of the Foodies Mark Hay sat down with the Nom^3 team to hear about our coming culinary salvation. For the past semester, Dehui “Jordan” Kong, CC’11, has […]