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 […]
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.
Earlier this year, the children living near the El Jardin del Paraiso public park in the East Village got to adopt and name the trees on their block. Now, as the adoptive “parents” walk to school each day, they pass “Smokey,” “The Stickbug,” and “Mama Hey Hey,” each of the seven trees identified by a […]
Transportation in New York City is characterized by crowded subway cars, speedy yellow cabs, and the grid system which makes for an extremely walkable landscape. With the launch of Citi Bike in New York in 2013, people are saying goodbye to these classic means of transportation and have welcomed biking as an efficient way to […]
This Sunday evening a phone banking campaign event for Texas Senate candidate Beto O’Rourke was hosted at a Flatiron District apartment. “Hi! This is Alexa, I’m calling for Jose. Is this a good number to reach Jose?” A volunteer questions into her headset. At least ten people of visibly varying skill-levels, backgrounds, and demographics fill […]
“I was not about to be a jock,” said Scott Chow, about resisting his parents efforts to join a high school team sport. Originally drawn to the ultimate frisbee, Chow decided to join the track team to condition, deciding to pursue long distance. And he’s never looked back. Six years later Chow, 20, ran a […]
“Voting today was not easy for me because I was originally registered in Florida and the whole process to get registered in New York was incredibly difficult and took a lot of time and effort. It really felt like there were a million things trying to stop me from voting today, which should be a […]
“I’m a very democratic person. We need to flip the congress and senate to take down the crazy person in power right now who is trying to delete all the amazing things Obama did. It is so insulting to have a president who has no respect for anyone. I’ve never been so enraged. I’m originally […]