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Deaf and blind actors break bread, barriers

Deaf and blind actors break bread, barriers

February 5, 2013
Filed under ARTS

Food is a central facet of daily life. It brings people together and allows them to bond over everyday ups and downs. It was in this spirit that members of Israel’s Nalaga’at Theater created the ensemble piece “Not by Bread Alone,” which played at NYU’s Skirball Center through Feb. 3. In... Read more »

NHL lockout hurts fans, not just players

NHL lockout hurts fans, not just players

December 4, 2012
Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, OPINION

Dear NHL, Nobody cares about your drama. This may sound harsh, but believe it or not, the average person has little to no interest in how your millions are divided among the overpaid members of your franchise. Believe it or not, this lockout is not enthralling news. This lockout is a headache. Actually,... Read more »

American friendship with Burma comes at a cost

American friendship with Burma comes at a cost

November 27, 2012
Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, OPINION

Live Blog Burma: a far off land in which glittering golden pagodas rise over sprawling cities and the sight of a monk walking the streets does not merit a second glance. A land in which the locals are always ready with a smile, where the magic acialis pillsnd mystique cialis without prescriptionof history is woven ... Read more »

NYU fails to tackle root of its suicide problem

NYU fails to tackle root of its suicide problem

September 27, 2012
Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, OPINION

This past week, walking through the hallways of Elmer Holmes Bobst Library, I overheard a conversation between two students and stopped. It was nothing special, just a casual remark on the aluminum screens that have become the new face of NYU’s principal library. The official NYU line on the recently... Read more »

OWS protests are proof of the strength of our democracy

OWS protests are proof of the strength of our democracy

September 18, 2012
Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, OPINION

Yesterday morning at 7 a.m., as much of New York City was just waking up, Occupy Wall Street took to the roadways of the city to mark the nationally recognized movement’s one-year anniversary. Numbering in the thousands, some protesters carried cardboard signs while others went a step further and dressed in ... Read more »

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