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Exposure | The City That Resembles A Crayola Box

Exposure | The City That Resembles A Crayola Box

Anna Letson, Multimedia Abroad Editor
March 27
Filed under Featured Multimedia, MULTIMEDIA, Multimedia Featured On Homepage, Multimedia Gallery, Uncategorized

Lisbon, Portugal, a city resembling San Francisco, has buildings resonant of a Crayola box of color.

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NYU Criticized for Ties to Aramark

NYU Criticized for Ties to Aramark

Htoo Min, Deputy News Editor
March 27
Filed under NEWS, Uncategorized, University News

NYU Prison Divest created a petition requesting that the university end its relationship with the food provider Aramark Corporation.

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Namaste-ing Mentally Present

Namaste-ing Mentally Present

Diamond Naga Siu, Editor-in-Chief
March 27
Filed under Uncategorized

Rather than just visiting the Wellness Center for stress or other mental health burdens, MindfulNYU provides students free and educational resources to help them live in the moment. From free yoga workshops to affinity groups and meditation classes, the program aims to help students change their perspectives...

Say Hello to the New, Not Goodbye to the Old

Say Hello to the New, Not Goodbye to the Old

Sierra Jackson, Managing Editor
March 27
Filed under Uncategorized

Dalton Corr wants his listeners to twist and shout to a Beatles-inspired sound. The Steinhardt senior enjoys pairing 1960s songwriting styles with electronic and pop music in an effort to bridge the gap between his old interests and his forward-thinking mentality. Corr said his experimentation with...

Angie Liao

Angie Liao

Thomas Price, Opinion Editor
March 23
Filed under Uncategorized

Maybe it’s the yoga. Or maybe it’s her natural serenity. But more than likely, it’s Angie Liao’s knowledge that being frazzled does nothing to advance the human rights issues that fuel her near-unparalleled commitment to the lives of the people around her. Despite the constant bustle of the many pass...

Arya Diwase

Kaitlyn Wang, Managing Editor
March 23
Filed under Uncategorized

For Arya Diwase, all the world’s a stage — and in her opinion, commanding the stage might be the best way to learn English. While a freshman, Diwase fused her eloquent verbal communication skills with her passion for social change by co-founding the non-profit Jazz Hands. The organization teaches...

Daniel Brioso

Daniel Brioso

Gabriella Bower, Editor-at-Large
March 23
Filed under TOP STORIES, Uncategorized

Daniel Brioso chose NYU for the micro communities it fosters, but he never could have imagined his beloved communities that would be so blatantly threatened by the current president. But giving up has never been in Brioso’s vocabulary. During Brioso’s early elementary school years, he was afflicte...

René Rismondo

Jemima McEvoy, News Editor
March 23
Filed under Uncategorized

René Rismondo wants to break into the boys’ club — a term used by women to reference the male domination of the baseball industry. The gender disparity in baseball is exemplified by the lack of female presence in Rismondo’s sports business classes. Although she is outnumbered by her male peers,...

Eli Nachmany

Sierra Jackson, Managing Editor
March 23
Filed under Uncategorized

On the night of the most suspenseful event in U.S. politics, SPS senior Eli Nachmany — buried amongst a sea of red hats and matching ties — screamed in celebration at President Donald Trump’s victory party at the New York Hilton Midtown. But working for the winning candidate’s campaign isn’t...

Paige Alenick

Paige Alenick

Natasha Roy, News Editor
March 23
Filed under TOP STORIES, Uncategorized

Swish, rinse, repeat. It all started while 15-year-old Paige Alenick was brushing her teeth. A thought suddenly popped into her mind — not everyone in the world owns a toothbrush. She realized that oral hygiene was an overlooked daily necessity. This simple idea inspired the Steinhardt senior...

Aija Mayrock

Aija Mayrock

Hailey Nuthals, Arts Editor
March 23
Filed under TOP STORIES, Uncategorized

Imagine recounting the worst experiences of your life in front of huge crowds on a near-daily basis. Imagine having to answer questions about that trauma in endless interviews — both live and recorded — and having the details of your pain published in 14 different countries and read by millions of...

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