A transit of Mercury was visible today against the solar disks. Passersby on the streets of Manhattan were able to take a peek at the event thanks to amateur astronomers and their gears.
Doraian Givens, a third year NYU student, shares her story of attending a “cult” high school – T.M. Landry.
Outraged New Yorkers protest in Brooklyn for the removal of the NYPD out of the MTA. The recent arrests of farebeaters have sparked much controversy. Advocates claim that punishing people fare evasion is criminalizing poverty, as most of the people arrested are Black or Hispanic.
By Melvis Acosta and Lindsey China Goons NYC is a rising indie music brand of 19-year-old Nico Brunstein’s creation. It aims to pair indie artists and to allow collaboration on photography, digital design, album art, music videos, and merchandising. Through private parties, large-scale events, and summer indie music sessions in Washington Square Park to be […]
Almost every day, New Yorkers make their ways through subways. They hear the music, they see performers but what they don’t see is all the hard work, planning, and talents that go behind subway performances. For NYU Now, Michael Thompson investigates the true world of the music under New York. Produced by: Revathi Janaswamy, Michael […]
NYU is known for its campus diversity where students can find any kind of niche they want. Revathi Janaswamy dives deeper into the Bollywood Dance community at NYU, discussing the history and richness of the Indian dance culture.
“NYU GlamourGals” follows the NYU club GlamourGals that gives manicures to elderly residents at an uptown senior center.
By Melvis Acosta, Bryanna Carroll, and Gigi Martinez Think!Chinatown, a community-based organization, launches HowToChinatown.NYC—a new digital platform designed to help visitors discover the hidden gems of the neighborhood.
The 2018 Vendy Awards, the Oscars of street food, honored Radu Sirbu for bringing his 400-year-old recipe of Transylvanian Twister-Cakes to New York City.
The impacts of 2012 Superstorm Sandy can still be felt today on communities in New York. In the wake of the storm, many medical offices had their records completely destroyed. This one office in Coney Island is showing just how it’s getting back on its feet years later.