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Looking Back: The First Year Experience

Looking Back: The First Year Experience

Elliott Case, Digital Managing Editor May 10, 2022

The months leading up to your first day of college are filled with questions, hopes, concerns, and eagerness to get started on the new chapter about to unfold. The count down to move in day, the slew of...

NYC Mom is Found Stuffed in Duffel Bag

NYC Mom is Found Stuffed in Duffel Bag

Najla Alexander, Staff Writer April 22, 2022

A body was discovered inside a duffel bag by a man who was walking his dog Saturday morning on April 16th, who has been identified as a woman by the name of Orsolya Gaal, reported by CBS News.  Gaal was...

Brooklyn NYC Subway Shooting

Brooklyn NYC Subway Shooting

Najla Alexander, Staff Writer April 22, 2022

Tuesday morning on April 12th, riders of a subway stopped at 36th station in Brooklyn had no idea the tragedy they were about to endure. Frank James, a man arrested for a connection to the shooting, entered...

Hello Spring: New York City Welcomes the New Season

Hello Spring: New York City Welcomes the New Season

Elliott Case, Staff Writer April 21, 2022

As the buds on the trees begin to bloom, the city rejoices in a celebration of new beginnings. There is something in the crisp spring air that lightens a load off of everyone's shoulders, the blanket of...

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845 Days Later: Governor’s Ball Returns to New York City

Maria Collins, Guest Writer October 12, 2021

While driving up the New Jersey Turnpike in 2014, my dad was tuning the car radio to find a bearable station to provide our soundtrack for the remainder of our trek to New York City. As he turned the knob,...

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9/11 Memorial

Gabrielle Fiorella, Editor-in-Chief September 12, 2020

Yesterday, 19 years ago, the iconic Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City were tragically destroyed when two planes, hijacked by terrorists, were flown into the two buildings. The lives...

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Decolonize This Place

Neil Gunnion, Staff Writer February 18, 2020

On January 31st, 2020 around 500 protestors gathered in Grand Central Terminal to protest recent increases in hiring for the MTA Police; an action which is part of a larger effort by the governor to crack...

This photo is courtesy of The Guggenheim Museum.

A New Exhibit at The Guggenheim

Cross Nelson, Staff Writer December 16, 2019

The Guggenheim Museum in New York City has a team of visionary curators who continuously wow museum visitors with captivating art exhibitions and installations year after year. But this year, the curators...

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A New Glossier Location

Rayiah Ross, Staff Writer December 16, 2019

Glossier is coming to Nordstrom, but not in the way you’d think. From December 3rd to February 16th, Glossier pop-up shops will be located in Nordstrom stores in Seattle, New York City, Chicago, Dallas,...

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Reopening of the MOMA

Cross Nelson, Staff Writer December 7, 2019

On the brink of a new decade in history, the Museum of Modern Art has just reopened its doors to reveal a renovation fit for a modern age. In June of this year, the MoMA closed its doors and began a five-month-long,...

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Reveal of the Next Met Gala Theme

Gwen Attridge, Staff Writer December 7, 2019

The Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute has been bathed in the luscious pink of Camp: Notes on Fashion for the past five months. The Met Gala this past May churned out some of the best looks...

Artistic Value Questioned with Practice of Graffiti

Artistic Value Questioned with Practice of Graffiti

Rayiah Ross, Staff Writer November 2, 2019

Graffiti is an artistic concept that is constantly being scrutinized by neighborhoods and businesses. While many people consider it vandalism by law, others consider it a form of artistic expression...

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