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People’s Climate March draws 400,000 people before UN Climate Summit

People’s Climate March draws 400,000 people before UN Climate Summit

By Alex Bazeley, Andrew Mei, and Romie Williams

September 22, 2014


Filed under Featured Multimedia, Multimedia, Multimedia Gallery, News

The largest Climate Change March in history took place this Sunday in Central Park.

Top 5 hidden gems to visit in city that never sleeps

Top 5 hidden gems to visit in city that never sleeps

April 1, 2014


Filed under Features

New York City is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. But just because we live here does not mean we have to be mobbed by tourists all of the time. Avoid the crowds by checking out these hidden gems. Times Square A small, surprisingly quiet area, hidden away from the rest of t...

Up-and-Comer | Jesse Wheaton

Up-and-Comer | Jesse Wheaton

By Kavish Harjai, News Editor

March 27, 2014


Filed under Features

Two canvases, meant to portray a child’s imagination, hang above Jesse Wheaton’s bed. Yet the psychedelic patterns, brocaded fabrics and jumbled colors are more reminiscent of an acid trip, highlighting a prominent theme featured in Wheaton’s artwork. Wheaton, a Gallatin sophomore, is an...

Annual Pumpkin Fest attracts crowds to Central Park

Annual Pumpkin Fest attracts crowds to Central Park

By Kavish Harjai, Staff Writer

October 28, 2013


Filed under News

  Zombies, Frankenstein’s monsters, superheroes and many other characters attended this year’s annual Pumpkin Fest in Central Park. The sun was out on Saturday, Oct. 26, and attendees enjoyed live entertainment and various activities in celebration of Halloween. “NYC Parks Recreatio...

Top spots to enjoy spring weather while studying

Top spots to enjoy spring weather while studying

By Bryna Shuman, Staff Writer

April 21, 2013


Filed under Features

With winter finally over and the warm spring weather upon us, it is too nice outside to spend time huddled in the lower levels of Bobst Library. Instead, try studying at one of the top five outdoor study spots in the city.   Central Park | E. 60th St. Despite being one of the most popular t...

Report applauds city’s park spaces

Report applauds city’s park spaces

December 4, 2012


Filed under News

Over one million acres of city space in the United States are dedicated to public parks. The San Francisco-based Trust for Public Land recently released their annual report on the state and availability of these public parks in the country’s 40 largest cities. “Some cities have plenty of parkland...

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