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Seventh Street residence hall

Seventh Street residence hall

March 7, 2013
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Click on the image above to see more pictures of Seventh Street Residence Hall. Located a mere 10 minutes from nea-rly every building on campus, the quiet, 80-student Green House at Seventh Street residence hall is a haven for eco-friendly minds. Offering its residents a stronger community than many ... Read more »

Lauren Kalogridis: the guardian

Lauren Kalogridis: the guardian

December 13, 2012
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Live Blog They told her she always smiled. They told her to push her limits. They told her that by doing so she inspired others to join her efforts. Together, Lauren Kalogridis’s dance teacher, art teacher and family of seven provided a netwobuy viagra without prescriptionrk of supportive mentors, bu... Read more »

Collaborative exhibit compares classical and contemporary African archives

November 8, 2012
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When faced with the established portrayal of traditional Africa throughout history, how are contemporary Africans to change their representation? Their quest invites contemplation of what contemporary Africa is, a question that a series of exhibitions at the Walther Collection in Chelsea seeks to answer. Currently... Read more »

Thrifty thrills for Halloween costumes with a twist

Thrifty thrills for Halloween costumes with a twist

October 29, 2012
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Faced with a sea of glittering shoes, feathered masks and sequined multicolored mariachi dresses among thousands of other pieces, a vintage Halloween costume hunter can suddenly feel overwhelmed. But you do not have to be. From celebrity stylists to thrift store managers, New Yorkers share advice on... Read more »

Artists in conversation: Picasso’s influence on Jeff Koons

Artists in conversation: Picasso’s influence on Jeff Koons

October 29, 2012
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From mirror surfaces of sculptures to a puppy towering over the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, artist Jeff Koons is known for his reproductions of objects and monumental statues. However he is not just an artist, but also an art collector — Pablo Picasso’s “The Kiss” (1969) hangs in his living... Read more »

Political portrait: Robert Raymond

Political portrait: Robert Raymond

October 26, 2012
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Being politically active does not only mean endorsing candidates or passing out fliers in Washington Square Park. To be politically active, all you need is to advocate a cause you strongly believe in. For Gallatin senior Robert Raymond, political activism means promoting sustainability. It means studying... Read more »

New Yorkers display exhibit of Diana Cameras, New York City

New Yorkers display exhibit of Diana Cameras, New York City

October 1, 2012
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It’s the year 2038: People don’t know what cameras are and a museum chronicles their history. The museum is an upside down Diana F+ lomography camera and the visitors are minuscule and plastic. Architectural elements include glimmering glass towers made of shattered car windows from Bushwick. The... Read more »

NYU grads showcase media for millennials

NYU grads showcase media for millennials

September 17, 2012
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From messenger service to gallery space, a TriBeCa storefront was recently transformed, allowing two NYU grads to co-operate a business and curate their first art show. Graduates of the art history department Alex Ahn and Ari Lipkis, both 23, opened the gallery TEMP, a collaborative space for young artists, on Sept... Read more »

Nanette Lepore Spring/Summer 2013

Nanette Lepore Spring/Summer 2013

September 12, 2012
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Brooklyn based band the Brazilian Girls set the stage with upbeat tunes for Nanette Lepore’s feminine and beachy Spring/Summer 2013 collection. The garments—shorts and tailored jackets that gave way to bikinis and flowing dresses—were composed mainly of bright greens, coral, black and white... Read more »

Diesel Black Gold Spring/Summer 2013

Diesel Black Gold Spring/Summer 2013

September 12, 2012
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Four skateboarders descended two half pipes, as a model emerged from underneath, opening the Diesel Black Gold Spring/Summer 2013 collection. The label’s collection reflects urban scenes of the 1990s—graffiti, street art, sportswear and skating—in sharply tailored garments. While the collection... Read more »

Tibi Spring/Summer 2013

Tibi Spring/Summer 2013

September 9, 2012
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Fit for the young professional, Tibi’s spring 2013 collection is composed of square structuring and minimalist silhouettes. The collection only featured five subdued colors and one pattern—a black and white graphic, Escher-esque print of sunflowers. This pattern was incorporated into dresses and... Read more »

Nicole Miller Spring/Summer 2013

Nicole Miller Spring/Summer 2013

September 8, 2012
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Aptly named Batteries Not Included, Nicole Miller’s spring 2013 collection was so full of contrast­—extra voltage would be unnecessary. The designer played with a good girl versus bad girl motif by showcasing hints of the 80s, juxtaposing botanical and technological prints and transitioning from... Read more »

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