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Matt Lauer Is Sorry He Got Caught, Not For What He Did

Matt Lauer Is Sorry He Got Caught, Not For What He Did

By Adryan Barlia, Deputy Opinion Editor

December 1, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Matt Lauer’s public apology seems to be one to avoid scrutiny, rather than a genuine apology out of remorse.

Fenty on the Brain

Fenty on the Brain

By Liv Chai, Staff Writer

September 12, 2017


Filed under Beauty & Style, Features

Rihanna's new makeup line Fenty Beauty is set to be a success with its diverse offerings.

On the Job: YouTubers

On the Job: YouTubers

By Alice Li, Contributing Writer

April 26, 2017


Filed under Features

NYU is known for their celebrities, but one might not always think of NYU's YouTube celebrities.

Celebrities Cannot Be Leaders of Mental Health Movement

Celebrities Cannot Be Leaders of Mental Health Movement

By Cara Zambrano, Staff Writer

March 28, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Celebrities’ experiences are not representative of much of the population, and resources are easily available to them. Even though famous people should still be honest about their problems, they should bring these topics to the table without being the predominant voices of these issues.

Sit Down, Shut Up, Look Good

Sit Down, Shut Up, Look Good

By Hailey Nuthals, Arts Editor

February 6, 2017


Filed under Uncategorized

In the words of what celebrities are probably thinking at any given moment — what exactly do you expect famous people to do if not exist, for all that existing implies?

Ta-Nehisi Coates to Teach at NYU

Ta-Nehisi Coates to Teach at NYU

By Natasha Roy and Diamond Naga Siu

January 31, 2017


Filed under News, Top Stories, University News

Acclaimed author Ta-Nehisi Coates will be joining NYU's Arthur L. Carter Journalism school as a Professor.

Does Internet Redefine Celebrity?

Does Internet Redefine Celebrity?

By Thomas Miritello, Contributing Writer

November 7, 2016


Filed under Arts, Entertainment

With the rate at which we watch television declining and the rise of YouTube as a place to create a celebrity career, what does that mean for our understanding of fame?

Paris: A Ticketless Student’s Guide to Paris Fashion Week

Paris: A Ticketless Student’s Guide to Paris Fashion Week

By Haley Crawford, Contributing Writer

October 12, 2016


Filed under Abroad, Features

How do you get to rub shoulders with some of fashion's hottest names? Stalk them at Paris Fashion Week, of course!

Examining Celebrities in the Age of Internet

Examining Celebrities in the Age of Internet

By Hailey Nuthals, Arts Editor

October 5, 2016


Filed under Arts, Books

Sarah Oliver's books "Zayn: A New Direction" and "Inside Taylor Nation: True Encounters With Taylor Swift" are more interesting as examples of current celebrity culture than they are as biographies, detailed though they are.

Make me up before you go-go

Make me up before you go-go

By Shreya Kaushik, Contributing Writer

November 16, 2015


Filed under Opinion

Not wearing lip gloss isn’t going to make me uninterested in my appearance, or a lazy slob. Women are more than the makeup they choose to wear or choose not to wear.

Tabloids raise issues of privacy, celebrity culture

Tabloids raise issues of privacy, celebrity culture

By Dan Moritz-Rabson, Staff Writer

December 2, 2014


Filed under Opinion

Marilyn Monroe's very personal love letters are proof of our fascination with celebrity life and the tabloid journalism that feeds it.

Hilton opens up on NYU, blogging career, regrets

Hilton opens up on NYU, blogging career, regrets

By Aicha Fall

November 24, 2014


Filed under Features

The name Perez Hilton is synonymous with Hollywood scandal, but before Hilton built his celebrity gossip blog into a multimedia and multi-million dollar empire, he was a student in the Tisch School of the Arts.

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