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Women, Allies Take to the Streets

Women, Allies Take to the Streets

Taylor Nicole Rogers, Features Editor
January 23, 2017
Filed under FEATURES

This weekend, hundreds of thousands of women marched on Washington and in other cities both great and small across our nation. As to be expected, hundreds of member of the NYU community participated. Here are a few of their stories.

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Kill Switch Would Protect New Yorkers

Kill Switch Would Protect New Yorkers

Akshay Prabhushankar, Deputy Opinion Editor
November 21, 2016
Filed under OPINION

Undocumented immigrants are fearful following Donald Trump’s victory, and New York must act before its IDNYC program is used against residents.

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‘Roughly Speaking:’ Saga From The Streets

‘Roughly Speaking:’ Saga From The Streets

Blair Best, Staff Writer
November 7, 2016
Filed under ARTS, Theater

Shara Ashley Zeiger's new play "Roughly Speaking" should have been a powerful and much-needed piece of theater giving a voice to New York's homeless, but the work fell short of magnificent after less-than-convincing acting and dialogue that lacked much intrigue.

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I Tried…Dressing Like Carrie Bradshaw For a Week

I Tried…Dressing Like Carrie Bradshaw For a Week

Camille Larkins, Staff Writer
October 26, 2016
Filed under FEATURES, TOP STORY

Who could be a better fashion icon than the stylish Carrie Bradshaw? Take a look at what happens when one of our writers dresses like her for a week.

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Insightful ‘Christodora’ Explores Gay Activism

Insightful ‘Christodora’ Explores Gay Activism

Khrysgiana Pineda, Contributing Writer
October 24, 2016
Filed under ARTS, Books

In a uniquely humanizing story of the residents of the classic New York building the Christodora, novelist Tim Murphy brings the faces of the AIDS crisis into sharp relief.

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Alum Short Film Tackles Islamophobia

Alum Short Film Tackles Islamophobia

Sophie Bennett, Staff Writer
October 24, 2016
Filed under ARTS, Film

In his powerful new short film "Dastaar," NYU alumni Javian Ashton Le examines the pervasive bias towards Muslims and practitioners of Islam in today's heated political climate.

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New York: The City That Needs to Sleep

New York: The City That Needs to Sleep

Phoebe Kuo, Contributing Writer
October 11, 2016
Filed under OPINION

The life of a student in New York City should not be held to the unreasonable standards found in movies and TV shows.

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One Man, 30 Characters, Skyrocketing Rent

One Man, 30 Characters, Skyrocketing Rent

Kamila Daurenova, Contributing Writer
October 7, 2016
Filed under ARTS, Theater

In an impressive feat of theatrical talent, NYU Tisch professor Evan Zes plays over 30 characters in the one-man show of the true story of a man who raked in thousands of dollars from a scam on his rent-controlled apartment.

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Adapting Is Key to Survival for Athletes

Adapting Is Key to Survival for Athletes

Maddie Howard, Contributing Writer
October 3, 2016
Filed under SPORTS

Freshman member of the Violet women's soccer team discusses the transition to being a college student athlete and life in New York.

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