My grandfather and I like to sit on the patio. When I lived back in Costa Rica, we did so every Sunday. He enjoys reading “La Nación,” a conservative Costa Rican newspaper, while I would take “Revista Dominical,” a weekly supplement about culture. The silence was serene and every so often we would comment on […]
By Ismail Ibrahim On Wednesday, February 1st the Muslim Students Association held a rally on the Kimmel steps to show solidarity for students affected by the travel ban, as well as those who oppose the president’s proposal to build a wall along the Mexican border. The student association brought in a diverse group of speakers, including […]
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
Robert Shapiro, who founded Social Tees Animal Rescue in New York’s East Village, has been helping animals in need for years. But it isn’t the popular animals like cats and dogs that keep him going — it’s the reptiles. In its 25th year, the organization thrives as more foster parents join the cause. Here is his […]
Hear the Dance with hosts Victoria Agrifolio and Allegra Preuss takes you into the intimate world of dance professionals working in various dance related fields. This edition features a chat with Dance Magazine assistant editor, Courtney Escoyne. By Victoria Agrifolio and Allegra Preuss
Books Through Bars is a Brooklyn, New York-based organization that sends books to inmates across the country. The organization is run by volunteers, including a former prisoner who was sent books while he was serving time. By Sophie Varon
NYU students converged on the Kimmel Center Tuesday night to celebrate both the end of the election and the dawning of a new era. Hundreds gathered inside the Rosenthal Pavilion to watch the frantic finish of one of the most contentious presidential races in modern American history. The event, which only ran until 11 o’clock, […]
This year’s election has been particularly divisive with such unpopular candidates from the two main parties. Green party voters and Libertarians weigh in why they decided not to choose the lesser evil.