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#TimesUp and Gender Equality

#TimesUp and Gender Equality

By Ria Mittal, Contributing Writer

February 7, 2018


Filed under Features

The Time's Up campaign was not as strong in the Grammys as it was at the Golden Globes. What will happen in this fight for gender equality?

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Hey Mama, Welcome (Back) to the ’60s

Hey Mama, Welcome (Back) to the ’60s

By Julia Fields, Staff Writer

January 30, 2018


Filed under Arts, Entertainment

You say you want a revolution? Well, the counterculture movement is back, alive and well in Gottesman Exhibition Hall. Tensions surrounding race, politics and sex are captured through various mediums of art exclusively at the New York Public Library.

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MLK Week to Provide Prospective Through Turmoil

MLK Week to Provide Prospective Through Turmoil

By Han Wang, Contributing Writer

February 6, 2017


Filed under Features

In the midst of weekly protests in Washington Square Park, NYU invites us to take a look back to a time even more tumultuous than our own — the 1960s. NYU's 12th annual Martin Luther King Week celebration — titled "Essence of a True Revolution" — stretches from today until Thursday.

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NYU Reacts: Former Cuba President Fidel Castro Dies at 90

NYU Reacts: Former Cuba President Fidel Castro Dies at 90

By Diamond Naga Siu and Jemima McEvoy

November 29, 2016


Filed under News, University News

NYU students react to the death of Cuba's former president, Fidel Castro.

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Egyptian military as destructive as Brotherhood regime it replaced

Egyptian military as destructive as Brotherhood regime it replaced

March 24, 2014


Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, Opinion

Five-hundred and twenty-nine supporters of the overthrown Muslim Brotherhood regime were sentenced to death in Egypt on Monday for the murder of a policeman, and for attacks on people and property. The trial lasted only two days, and the court’s decision seems to reflect the wide-scale crackdown on...

‘Revolution’ brings sci-fi TV to mass audiences

‘Revolution’ brings sci-fi TV to mass audiences

December 5, 2012


Filed under Arts

For the past few years, NBC has been the underdog of television networks. It frequently came in last in ratings and was known for its smart comedies that, despite critical acclaim and passionate fans, just couldn’t deliver ratings. Then J.J. Abrams’ buy viagra online without prescription“Revolution” premiered, an...

‘Revolution’ fails to revolutionize tired network TV tropes

‘Revolution’ fails to revolutionize tired network TV tropes

September 18, 2012


Filed under Arts

For a show so intently concerned with the past lives of its characters, “Revolution” should be more conscious of its own heritage. NBC’s big-budget primetime show appears to have forgotten its debt to shows like “The Event,” “The Walking Dead” and most importantly, “Lost,” shamelessly...