The T List: What to Try, Read and Know About This Week

Welcome to the T List, a newsletter from the editors of T Magazine. Each week, we’re sharing things we’re eating, wearing, listening to or coveting now. We hope you’ll join us for the ride. (Sign up here, if you haven’t already, and you can reach us at tlist@nytimes.com.) Know About This A Chic Queer Bar…

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Takeover at Princeton’s Quadrangle

In the fall of 2017, when Daniel Pallares Bello was a sophomore at Princeton, a friend invited him to visit Quadrangle, a stately mansion on Prospect Avenue across from campus that houses a student eating club. But unlike many undergraduates excited to take part in the more than century-old tradition of eating and socializing in…

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At a Secret Garden in Milan, No Child, No Entry

On a recent Sunday, Silvia Rezzonico pushed a stroller through the glorious gardens of Villa Belgiojoso, winding past parents chasing their toddlers and families lounging on blankets. Under a black walnut tree, she paused to look down at the baby boy dozing angelically in the pram. “He’s not really mine,” she said. But he was…

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Snapshots of My Patients

A little over a year ago, our electronic medical record started to include photographs of patients along with their medical information. These thumbnail images, which appear at the top left-hand corner of the computer screen next to a name, age and birthdate, are intended as a safety measure, to help ensure that clinicians are placing…

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Running While Introverted

Three minutes into my first half marathon, I thought I would lose my mind. I’d decided to run it with the “2 ½ hours” group, not trusting myself alone to set a steady pace and happy to be among others who, like me, had no loftier goal than finishing alive. Sure, I’d never run in…

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Can Bergdorf Goodman Win the Barneys Race?

The bankruptcy and liquidation of Barneys New York, the cutting-edge department store critical to the career starts of many designers, and that was adored by a set of young, fashionable Manhattanites, has spurred hand-wringing throughout the shopping world. It has also unleashed a wave of high-stakes competition in Manhattan, now playing out against a backdrop…

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Hydration may affect cognitive function in some older adults

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Not getting enough water is enough to make you feel sluggish and give you a headache, but a new Penn State study suggests it may also relate to cognitive performance. The researchers investigated whether hydration levels and water intake among older adults was related with their scores on several tests designed…

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To the brain, straight from the vein: IV treatment for TBI

A team of researchers from the University of Georgia’s Regenerative Bioscience Center has found that neural exosomes—«cargo» molecules within the nervous system that carry messages to the brain—can minimize or even avert progression of traumatic brain injury when used as part of a new cell-to-cell messaging technology. The finding could result in the first delivery…

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