A video story following the dance community’s adjustment to social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rodrigo Koernig, an aspiring Airplane mechanic and American Airlines employee, explains the impact of low passenger traffic at Miami International Airport.
On March 11, COVID-19 was officially declared as a pandemic. With countries around the world struggling to combat the virus, many look at Singapore as an example of how containment should be. Since the first reported case in January, Singapore has placed many preventive measures and increased its transparency to the public. But now, with […]
Jordan Wolleben, 23, is immunocompromised and extremely vulnerable to COVID-19. Rachel Wolleben, 20, attends school at UT Austin but is unable to go home due to her brother’s vulnerable condition. Music: The Eyes of Texas / Texas Fight Piano Cover: Kentropy (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQ-Vw…) Kentropy Channel: https://www.youtube.com/kentropy Kentropy Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/kentropy
Samantha LaMendola, the now 21-year old Connecticut resident, planned a trip for her 21st birthday to Europe in March 2020. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic reaching Europe, she was forced to cancel. Instead, she decided to go on a road trip to New Orleans to celebrate her birthday. However, once Samantha arrived in New Orleans, […]
Produced and shot in March 2020. People throughout North America are sick of staying in their homes and are demanding their government officials to open the economy back up and let people be free. Some are worried about not getting enough money to provide for their families, while others are more concerned about their freedom […]
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 […]
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.
When she was only six years old, Julia Knox started her own Barbie fashion company. Today, she’s still working in fashion and runs East Village Hats, a tiny store in NYC that does everything hat-related.
In one of her sessions, professional cuddler Ella Amorim discusses how cuddling became her full-time job.