By Calen Razor This piece takes a look at the experience for many Black queer people inside Black barbershops.
The birth of a child has always been extremely consuming for the parents, not to mention going into labor amid a global pandemic. What are the concerns parents had for their infants growing up under quarantine? This piece explores how the lockdown has physically and mentally influenced both parents and their babies.
The summer of 2020 changed Andrea Acevedo’s art. The murder of George Floyd stirred something deep within her – standing amongst a crowd of hundreds of protesters in New York City, defending Black lives, surrounded by people dedicated to equality and the liberation of all oppressed people, she asked herself, “How can I help?” And […]
Is Gender The Reason? “The very act of being a female athlete is radical.”-Kavitha A. Davidson stated, a sports and society writer for the Athletic. In 1996, the WNBA was born. The league was established 47 years after the NBA. As the first professional sports league for women in the United States, the league has […]
On March 31, 2021, New York legalized the use of recreational marijuana. See what people in NYC’s Washington Square Park think about the new legislation. By Laura Beard, Rachel Fadem, Jack Gordon, and Kiana Turner
On the morning of March 11, 2020, the headline story was expected to be Harvey Weinstein’s sentencing. However, what followed turned out to be the most hectic days of the coronavirus yet. On that Wednesday, the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus to be a global pandemic, Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive, which […]
“Racism in China” is an interview-based film about Black experiences in China.
March is Women’s History Month. It’s also the anniversary of the fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist factory in 1911 that killed almost 200 people, mostly young women, and girls. It inspired a massive strike for better working conditions. On March 27th, 2021, protesters gathered around the very same place, which is NYU’s Brown building on […]
If this pandemic has brought anything good, it’s the rebirth of hobbies. With the extra time and empty parks, skateboarding is a perfect match for quarantine restrictions, as the once male-dominated world of skating is seeing more women pounding the pavement.
“Forbidden NYU”, or “FNYU“, the musical parody put on by the CAS theatre club, was canceled this year. Last year’s director and current senior at NYU, Maxine McCormick, gives us a low down on what the show was all about.