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‘Sand Castle’ Shows Fraught Relationship Between Occupier and Occupied

‘Sand Castle’ Shows Fraught Relationship Between Occupier and Occupied

Ali Hassan, Contributing Writer
April 19, 2017
Filed under ARTS, Film

"Sand Castle" is one of the few films about the Iraqi War that gives voice and screen time to Iraqis civilians — not just American soldiers — in an exploration of one of the war's frequently complex interactions between the two sides.

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‘Ugetsu’ is an Essential, Beautiful Haunt

‘Ugetsu’ is an Essential, Beautiful Haunt

Matthew Holman, Contributing Writer
March 2, 2017
Filed under ARTS, Film, TOP STORIES

The re-release of Kenji Mizuguchi’s 1953 film "Ugetsu" should be eagerly anticipated — the work is both one of the few ghost movies with neither over-the-top ghouls and one of the few war films that doesn't simply lapse into gore.

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Robert Geller F/W 2017

Robert Geller F/W 2017

Michaela Hoffman, Violet Vision Editor
January 31, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

Art imitated life today at Robert Geller’s Fall/Winter 2017 show. His collection titled, “Love and War”, was a nod to the political climate today in America. The show was all about juxtaposition: of color, style and political forces. His collection expressed militarism, protest and revolt,...

Campus Anti-War Presence Is Lacking

Campus Anti-War Presence Is Lacking

Isaac Oseas
October 17, 2016
Filed under OPINION

These anti-war views, however, find absolutely no expression with the main election choices, since both of the candidates have actively campaigned for U.S. interventionism.

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‘A War’ Amounts to Courtroom Drama, Remains Too Stoic

‘A War’ Amounts to Courtroom Drama, Remains Too Stoic

Tony Schwab, Staff Writer
February 10, 2016
Filed under ARTS, Film, Uncategorized

The Oscar nominated film is a standard courtroom drama but with unsettling battle sequences.

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Divest speak-out relates race and climate

Divest speak-out relates race and climate

Raven Quesenberry, Contributing Writer
December 8, 2015
Filed under NEWS, University News

NYU Divest hosted a discussion on how climate change contributes to racism and violence on Monday.

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Neo-photojournalism: storytelling through the lens of a smartphone

Neo-photojournalism: storytelling through the lens of a smartphone

Abigail Weinberg, Contributing Writer
October 8, 2015
Filed under FEATURES

The International Center of Photography hosted "The Representation of War—From Capa to Instagram," a panel that explored how the digital age is affecting journalism.

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Iraqi ambassador discusses military, ISIS

Amanda Morris, Contributing Writer
March 2, 2015
Filed under NEWS

An ambassador and a Pulitzer Prize winner discussed the legacy of the war with Iraq, ISIS and the Middle East.

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War journalist depicts challenges

War journalist depicts challenges

Meher Vaswani
November 18, 2014
Filed under NEWS

Atia Abawi spoke at the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute on Nov. 17.

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Lecture discusses Afghan stability

Lecture discusses Afghan  stability

Rachel Cao, Contributing Writer
October 6, 2014
Filed under NEWS

NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute hosted “America’s Latest Orphan: Afghanistan What does the Future hold for the Country?” a lecture with Barnett R. Rubin.

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Students at NYU Prague respond to Ukrainian conflict

Students at NYU Prague respond to Ukrainian conflict

Emily Bell and Jordan Melendrez
March 3, 2014
Filed under NEWS

Czech Republic President Milo Zeman expressed his disapproval of Russian military action in Ukraine on March 1, comparing the potential consequences of troop mobilization to the 1968 invasion of Czechoslovakia by Soviet and Warsaw Pact troops. Despite warnings from U.S. government officials, Russia...

Steinhardt professor’s book shines light on WWII nurses

Steinhardt professor’s book shines light on WWII nurses

November 11, 2013
Filed under FEATURES

While glorifying war stories about soldiers is a familiar trend, Steinhardt professor of nursing Elizabeth Norman set out to tell the fascinating lives of an often forgotten group of war heroes. On Oct. 29, Random House publication republished a paperback edition of Norman’s book, “We Band of...

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