New York City’s youngest raised their voice to protest against police brutality, Andrea Pineda-Salgado reports.
Can New Yorkers feel safe riding the subway now that New York is in Phase Two? Andrea Pineda-Salgado reports.
A look into how essential workers in Kansas City are adapting to a “new normal” during the pandemic.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, multiple countries have faced stay-at-home orders and shut downs of nonessential businesses as the entire world was put on pause in an attempt to flatten the curve. This video is a look inside one church’s story while they navigate new territory for both the congregation and staff in the midst of […]
The friendly diplomacy between China and Cuba is influencing millions of young people’s lives on the Caribbean island. At sixteen years old, Miguel has been learning the Chinese language for six years and Kung-fu for eight. He said to me that the moment he arrives in China would be when his life begins. Although given […]
A video story following the dance community’s adjustment to social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Tuesday, February 25, attendees and panelists gathered at the gallery space of New York University’s Wagner School of Public Service to participate in a discussion and observe the art made possible by the life and death of American journalist James Foley. The event included an exhibition featuring “Inescapable Truths”, a series of artwork by […]
In October 2018, “Portrait of Edmond de Belamy” sold for over 430,000. The piece was created using artificial intelligence and its high auction price sparked interest and debate in the art world. Creative technologist and NYU Interactive Telecommunications Program student, Guillermo Montecinos, discusses using AI in his own art. Artist and programmer Gene Kogan discusses […]
Miscelanea NY – the now closed shop-and-eat stop in the East Village – was a cozy location to find Mexican products and an elevated street-style kitchen. Talking to the staff members in Spanish as I usually did while I ordered a torta, I noticed a lady, non-staff, stacking cans on one of the shelves. Chapulines. […]
When Sophie Sandberg started @catcallsofnyc as an NYU freshman, she never thought that it’d become one of the most influential anti-harassment accounts, and that it’d initiate a global movement.