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I Tried… Giving Up Netflix for a Week

I Tried… Giving Up Netflix for a Week

By Faith Gates, Staff Writer

November 4, 2016


Filed under Features

Netflix is often a comfort for students at the end of a long day. But what happens if you had to give it up for a week? Read on to find out!

Searching for Genuine Sentiment

Searching for Genuine Sentiment

By Emily Conklin, Staff Writer

October 24, 2016


Filed under Arts, Entertainment

"Search Party," the new television series on TBS co-created by NYU alumni Charles Rogers and Sarah-Violet Bliss, dives deep into both the comedic and the dark aspects of life in New York as a millennial.

Luke Cage Is Not Just Relevant — It’s Excellent

Luke Cage Is Not Just Relevant — It’s Excellent

By Carter Glace, Staff Writer

October 6, 2016


Filed under Arts, Entertainment, Top Stories

In a time where there are more black people incarcerated than there were recorded slaves in the history of the United States, Luke Cage brings a much-needed bulletproof black man to the screen and gives Marvel the revival it much needed.

History is Better Drunk

History is Better Drunk

By Carter Glace, Staff Writer

October 5, 2016


Filed under Arts, Entertainment

With originality and spunk, "Drunk History" begins its latest season by proving that its formula for recounting history with alcohol and humor has not yet worn out it welcome.

‘High Maintenance’ Raises the Bar

‘High Maintenance’ Raises the Bar

By Anubhuti Kumar, Staff Writer

October 3, 2016


Filed under Arts, Entertainment

The debut season of "High Maintenance" creates its story around a central protagonist (The Guy), giving lenses into the diverse lives of New Yorkers whose one common thread is their weed dealer.

‘Bob’s Burgers’ Fans Have Dreams Come True

‘Bob’s Burgers’ Fans Have Dreams Come True

By Katherine Armstrong, Contributing Writer

October 3, 2016


Filed under Arts, Entertainment

Finally, fanart is given the recognition it deserves in Spoke Art Gallery's exhibition of Bob's Burgers-inspired art from artists across the globe.

Cable vs. Netflix: Why Cable Should Win

Cable vs. Netflix: Why Cable Should Win

By Anubhuti Kumar, Staff Writer

September 29, 2016


Filed under Arts, Entertainment

Why watch Netflix when you can watch cable?

Philo Could Take Netflix and Chill To a New Level

Philo Could Take Netflix and Chill To a New Level

By Faith Gates, Contributing Writer

September 27, 2016


Filed under News, Top Story, University News

Students in two of NYU's residence halls experiment with Philo, a new streaming service.

School or a Career? An NYU Dilemma

School or a Career? An NYU Dilemma

By Faith Gates, Contributing Writer

September 26, 2016


Filed under Features

Many NYU drama students have to decide whether to prioritize studying for classes or auditioning roles outside of school to further their career. How do they balance it?

‘American Horror Story’ Keeps Fans Guessing

‘American Horror Story’ Keeps Fans Guessing

By Lily Dolin, Staff Writer

September 19, 2016


Filed under Arts, Entertainment

After months of confusing teasers for the theme of American Horror Story's sixth season, the first episode is released under the theme "My Roanoke Nightmare," filmed in a documentary style.

24-Hour News Is Ruining American Politics

24-Hour News Is Ruining American Politics

By Thomas Price, Contributing Writer

September 16, 2016


Filed under Opinion

The 24-hour news cycle has become far more of a detriment than a service to the medium of news and to the American people.

Tribeca 2016: New HBO Crime Series Promises an Honest Procedural

Tribeca 2016: New HBO Crime Series Promises an Honest Procedural

By Ethan Sapienza, Film Editor

April 27, 2016


Filed under Arts, Entertainment, Tribeca 2016

Tribeca Film Festival hosted a preview screening of the first two episodes of "The Night Of," starring Riz Ahmed and John Turturro. The show will premiere on HBO in July.

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