In a line of pom poms extended toward the sky, a swinging towel suddenly breaks the uniformity of a sideline performance. Once a sea of short skirts and long hair, professional cheerleading is no longer one-size-fits-all. “I always thought to cheer in the NFL you had to be a woman. Tall, skinny, blonde hair, brown […]
Andrew Yang’s fresh face and bold ideas struck a chord with voters around the U.S during the Democratic presidential primary. Now the original members of the “Yang Gang” are ushering in his success in the New York City mayoral race. The Yang for New York campaign conducted a poll of 824 likely Democratic primary voters […]
Aggressive. Ghetto. Welfare Queen. Poverty. Angry. These are just a handful of stereotypes that 50-year-old Memphis-native Olliette Drobot has heard about dark-skinned black women. Since the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle revealed in her March 7 interview with Oprah conversations the royal family had about how dark her son’s skin would be, colorism has been […]
Made By: Calen Razor, Bry LeBerthon, Nathan Chizen, and Elizabeth Marquis This story covers the rise in hate crimes against Asians following the pandemic, looking through the lens of New Yorkers.
Yoga with no poses, stretching or exercise? Laughter yoga is a relatively new concept of yoga where participants go to a class to laugh. No jokes are told, no one performs comedy, the goal is to simply laugh. As weird as it sounds, many yoga studios and groups in New York City are offering classes […]
ACCRA, Ghana- Jagged orange holes polka dot the N5 highway between the Asikuma area and the town of Ho where vehicles and sub-saharan weather gnawed away at the asphalt. They widen and multiply with time like some splotchy rash. Cars and motorcycles erratically dance around these yawning chasms which are ready to swallow rubber and […]
In the fall of 2013, Nicole Phillip decided to take a break from studying at New York University’s Florence site to take a tour of Cinque Terre—a picturesque coastal region in northern Italy. The tour group, made up of mostly college students, spent a couple of hours at the beach and Phillip spent most of […]
Video by Justin Pilgreen, Nicole Rosenthal and Emily Wallen NYU Broadway Orchestra music students will be debuting their first concert with Iconic Conductor and Music Director of the NYU Broadway Orchestra, Ted Sperling, April 10. The concert will feature Broadway actress and singer Lindsay Mendez and works by celebrated composers including Gershwin, Kern, Rodgers, Bernstein, […]
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.