Skyler Cocco is an up and coming singer-songwriter and producer who has recently shifted her music style from classic pop to grunge pop of the 90s in an effort to bring it back to being current. Cocco found her niche. Cocco is known for her distinct sound, golden locks, and a drive to succeed in […]
Parsons School of Design student Koko Clarke uses her senior thesis to examine the intersection of fashion, technology, and efficiency. By Alexandra Delyanis
Tucked between the trees on the coast of East Boothbay, Maine, lies the Ocean Point Studio. The art gallery is run and created by fine artist and mother Corinne McIntyre. From her studio, she discusses her path to becoming a painter and gives a glimpse of her creative process. […]
A look behind the scenes of one of New York City’s holiday shopping destinations.
John Amato says he was once involved in the organized crime world of New York City and served time in federal prison. Now he has abandoned that life and embraced yoga, teaching at Yoga to the People, a donation-based studio. By Allegra Preuss
Kris Edwards is a CrossFit Level One coach at Exit 153 CrossFit in Fairfield, New Jersey. Edwards discovered CrossFit three years ago and rose to the rank of coach. He encourages everyone to reach their fitness goals, as he has. By Victoria Agrifolio
“It’s more than just a topic for people who like butterflies and birds,” said Professor Jim Tolisano. “It’s a topic for pretty much anyone that lives on the planet.” As what will go down as one of history’s most polemic elections came to a close today, we reflect on the prevalence of discussion surrounding climate change […]
Millennial voters at NYU prove to be doing their part in the 2016 presidential election by casting their votes, despite living away from home and their designated precincts. *Note that all content is mine, aside from clip of Presidential candidates from CNNNewsource.
NYU students from conservative states fear Trump’s campaign will leave a lasting impact on how southerners are viewed.
By Cece Charendoff, Sarah Mendez, and Nancy Uddin During the debate Donald Trump called Hillary Clinton a “nasty woman” and the phrase has now become a meme women are embracing. The phrase is being used at protests, art installations and all across Twitter. We found women in various settings using the phrase for themselves, and […]