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Gallatin is the New Home For Zanele Muholi’s Expressive LGBTQI Photo Exhibit

Gallatin is the New Home For Zanele Muholi’s Expressive LGBTQI Photo Exhibit

Jami Tanner, Contributing Writer
February 22, 2016
Filed under FEATURES

South African photographer Zanele Muholi discussed her experiences as a black lesbian at Gallatin Wednesday.

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NYU anthropologist discovers new human ancestor

NYU anthropologist discovers new human ancestor

Ludovica Grieco, Contributing Writer
September 15, 2015
Filed under NEWS, University News

A research team that included two NYU anthropologists has discovered a new species of human relative in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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Talk discusses South African apartheid

Justine Morris, Staff Writer
April 8, 2015
Filed under NEWS

South African political scientist Vincent Maphai talked about the state of affairs with South Africa in the wake of apartheid.

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Grey Art Gallery opens photo retrospective

Grey Art Gallery opens photo retrospective

Donald Pierce, Contributing Writer
September 4, 2014
Filed under FEATURES

Ernest Cole, the first Black freelancer in South Africa, premiered his photography work at the Grey Art Gallery on Sept. 3.

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Christina’s Case: Pistorius’ crime denotes South African trend

Christina’s Case: Pistorius’ crime denotes South African trend

Christina Coleburn, Deputy Opinion Editor
March 3, 2014
Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, OPINION

Once lauded as a global sensation who broke barriers being the first double amputee runner to compete in the Olympics, Oscar Pistorius is now known for an entirely different reason. Last year, Pistorius fatally shot his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp four times through the bathroom door of his home in P... Read more »

NYU Reacts: Nelson Mandela’s legacy

NYU Reacts: Nelson Mandela’s legacy

Nicole Brown, News Editor
December 10, 2013
Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, NEWS

The death of former South African president Nelson Mandela on Dec. 5 sparked a global discussion from TV network segments and newspapers to personal reactions on social media. Here, members of the NYU community mourned the leader’s death as well. NYU President John Sexton sent an email to the NYU community and attached his letter of condolence to... Read more »

‘Beware of Mr. Baker’ paints brutal portrait of rockstar lifestyle

‘Beware of Mr. Baker’ paints brutal portrait of rockstar lifestyle

November 28, 2012
Filed under ARTS

The new documentary, “Beware of Mr. Baker,” makes a fair case for why Ginger Baker is the ultimate rock drummer. While not as famous by name as Ringo Starr, Keith Moon or John Bonham, Baker’s powerful, multi-rhythmic drumming and hedonistic behavior in the bands Cream and Blind Faith formed an... Read more »

United States should expand its worldview

United States should expand its worldview

September 25, 2012
Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, OPINION

When I watch the news or presidential candidate speeches, I often hear about foreign affairs. But somehow, my knowledge of the world still seems incomplete, and what knowledge I do have is troubling. Perhaps you will think about the conflagration of riots and the deaths of Americans — including an... Read more »

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