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Libros Entre Libros: A Look Into Argentina’s International Book Fair

Libros Entre Libros: A Look Into Argentina’s International Book Fair

By Melanie Pineda, Staff Writer

April 30, 2018


Filed under Abroad, Features

Check out the background of Argentina's long-lasting love for literature amidst the 44th annual International Book Fair in Buenos Aires.

Flavor and Festivity in Midtown’s Newest Addition: Boqueria

Flavor and Festivity in Midtown’s Newest Addition: Boqueria

By Liv Chai, Dining Editor

April 24, 2018


Filed under Dining, Dining, Features

Introduce yourself to the vibrant Spanish cuisine at Boqueria's newest location in Midtown.

Cool and Colombian: Kali Uchis’ ‘Isolation’

Cool and Colombian: Kali Uchis’ ‘Isolation’

By Alejandro Villa Vásquez, Copy Chief

April 13, 2018


Filed under Arts, Music

Kali Uchis brings Spanish lyrics and Latin culture to the fore of her debut album "Isolation." Uchis is the hero she describes in lead single “After the Storm.”

Everything You Think You Know About Spain Is Wrong

Everything You Think You Know About Spain Is Wrong

By Sierra Jackson, Staff Writer

January 29, 2018


Filed under Abroad, Features

We all have some expectations before setting foot on a foreign country, but we must learn to set them free to truly fall in love with our abroad sites.

Is Sexism Rooted Deeper Than We Might Suspect?

Is Sexism Rooted Deeper Than We Might Suspect?

By Lara Dreux, Contributing Writer

September 29, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Whether we wish to acknowledge it or not, sexism has been a part of our history for centuries and attempting to move forwards through the shunning of all mankind’s past discriminatory approach is no way to do it.

Ballet Hispanico Examines Dance and Politics

Ballet Hispanico Examines Dance and Politics

By Ryan Mikel, Staff Writer

April 26, 2017


Filed under Arts, Entertainment

Exuding Latin American pride and a wealth of artistry, athleticism and heritage, Ballet Hispanico made its celebrated return to New York City last Tuesday, April 18 at the Joyce Theater. Under the direction of Eduardo Vilaro, the company presented a triple bill of transcendent works by female choreographers ...

Madrid: Home Away from Home

Madrid: Home Away from Home

By Abigail Weinberg, Staff Writer

February 23, 2017


Filed under Housing

If you’re going abroad, you’ll hear it said time and time again: living with a host family is the best way to immerse yourself in a different culture while learning a new language. For the past month, I’ve lived in Madrid with an older couple and their 29-year-old daughter, and my constant interactions...

Identity Politics Ring True at KJCC

Identity Politics Ring True at KJCC

By Maria Jose Lavandera, Contributing Writer

February 6, 2017


Filed under Arts, Entertainment

Pablo Delano takes an unflinching look at the colonialist history of Puerto Rico's relationship with the United States in his exhibit "Museum of the Old Colony" at NYU's King Juan Carlos I Center.

NYU Reacts — Abroad Edition: Trump Wins the Presidential Election

NYU Reacts — Abroad Edition: Trump Wins the Presidential Election

By Anne Cruz, Abroad Editor

November 11, 2016


Filed under Abroad, Features, Top Stories

NYU students at sites around the world have been attuned to U.S. politics this past week.

Desigual Spring/Summer 17

Desigual Spring/Summer 17

By Anna Letson, Multimedia Editor

September 8, 2016


Filed under Fashion Week, Features, Multimedia Gallery

To the beat of a heavy bass, Desigual's Spring/Summer 2017 line portrays the Global Traveller; a woman whose spirit travels around the world, taking in cultures and countries. She lives somewhere between the digital realm and the real world, exploring her freedom virtually and physically. This glob...

Desigual Fall/Winter 2016

Desigual Fall/Winter 2016

By Nikita Roach, Contributing Writer

February 11, 2016


Filed under Fashion Week, Features

Extending a metropolitan handshake across cities worldwide, the Desigual Fall/Winter 2016 collection demonstrated a seamless coalescence of global urban culture. Inspired by the vibrancy of city life, the show transported its audience from the streets of New York City to Sarmarkand—the capital o...

King Juan Carlos Center hosts film series on Spanish economic crisis

King Juan Carlos Center hosts film series on Spanish economic crisis

October 21, 2013


Filed under News

  The King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center at NYU showed a series of films and held a panel discussion titled Spain in Crisis: The Spanish Crash and the Indignados Movement, which focused on the Spanish financial crisis of 2011 and the new social movements that have emerged as a result. Simil...

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