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Political portrait: Michelle Pomeroy

Political portrait: Michelle Pomeroy

October 26, 2012
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Every morning during the summer of 2009, Michelle Pomeroy woke up at sunrise in Dharamsala, India with a group of exiled Tibetan nuns. Together, they performed mediation rituals at the local temple and walked along the kora, a Buddhist trail circumambulating the Dalai Lama's residence. In the afternoons,... Read more »

Political portrait: Students for Education Reform

Political portrait: Students for Education Reform

October 26, 2012
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Inspired by problems rooted in the public school system, NYU Students for Education Reform are pursuing change in the classroom as a means to give America’s youth equal access to a quality education. For Alison Newell, CAS senior and outreach coordinator at NYU SFER, the quest for equality in the... Read more »

NYU TOMS to celebrate World Sight Day

NYU TOMS to celebrate World Sight Day

October 11, 2012
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Beginning at 2 p.m. today, NYU students will be able to experience what life is like for the 285 million people worldwide who suffer from visual impairment. To raise awareness and educate the NYU community about curable eye diseases, the NYU Toms club — a new group working with the Toms shoes and... Read more »

Catherine Malandrino Spring/Summer 2013

Catherine Malandrino Spring/Summer 2013

September 9, 2012
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Sporty met feminine in Catherine Malandrino’s Spring/Summer 2013 collection. The designer fused timeless American sportswear with the romantic spirit of the French to craft a line of majestic and geometric print pieces. The goal? To envision the modern New York woman with an aristocratic flair. Transporting... Read more »

Mara Hoffman Spring/Summer 2013

Mara Hoffman Spring/Summer 2013

September 9, 2012
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Last spring, designer Mara Hoffman took us to South America for her “Shaman gaucho” themed fall 2012 line infused with spiritual patterns and tapestry motifs. This season, the designer greeted us with an “Aloha” and transported her audience to the tropical beaches of Hawaii for an effervescent... Read more »

Late artist Frank Moore’s work delves into health and environment

Late artist Frank Moore’s work delves into health and environment

September 6, 2012
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A step inside the new exhibit at NYU’s Grey Art Gallery is a step into a world of environmental activism, social change and the global AIDS pandemic. “Toxic Beauty: The Art of Frank Moore,” which opens today, is a window into the life of a talented painter who used his artistic passions to address... Read more »

Gallatin alum shapes surreal world in new avant-garde novel

Gallatin alum shapes surreal world in new avant-garde novel

August 25, 2012
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Imagine a novel set in an alternate reality, written in a stream of consciousness style that tells dark and humorous tales of characters who struggle with their sexuality or A-list societal problems. “Catastrophically Consequential,” written by novelist and performance artist Stephen C. Bird,... Read more »

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