A Starving Artist’s Guide to Events This Weekend: Sept. 27 – 30

Another week of late study sessions, dragging lectures and way more cups of coffee than a healthy human being should drink is coming to an end. If you’re like me, this marks the time...

European Dance Highlighted at Skirball

The “V.4 Dance Festival” featured bold contemporary dancers from all across Central Europe at NYU Skirball Center for Performing Arts on April 19 and 20. The Debris Company from Slovakia was highlighted, along with...

Tisch Gala Celebrates Students, Calls For Change

A jubilant procession of students, teachers, donors and alumni congregated at the Capitale on Monday night for the Tisch School of the Arts 2018 Gala. Framed by graffiti-laiden walls and ultraviolet hues, students transformed...

Love (and Dance) Heals all Wounds at Skirball

This past Saturday, April 14, Skirball Center for the Performing Arts hosted “Love Heals All Wounds” –– an expressive dance performance that highlighted current social issues. An evening-length work from the group Movement Art...

Galvanizing Spoken Word at Gallatin Arts Festival

Everytime the lights came back up throughout this night, the story of a life was shared. It created a current that coursed through the Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre for the Performing Arts in the...

Student ‘Shot by AR-15’ Subway Campaign Challenges Gun Violence

School of Visual Arts seniors Ji Kim and Andy Koo wanted to raise awareness about gun violence — specifically at the hands of the AR-15. As two students in art school, they decided teh...

Gallatin Arts Festival Sheds Light on Star Students

Last week, the 2018 Gallatin Arts Festival showcased student talent across multiple disciplines. The festival, which originated almost three decades ago, featured both visual and performance art from students within the Gallatin School of...

Program Board Launches New YouTube Series

Diversity is a refrain that NYU often touts, whether through admissions letters, Weekend on the Square, convocation or commencement. As a global university, NYU has campuses in 13 international locations and students from 83...

Bill Hader and Alec Berg Talk ‘Barry’

Hitman actor is not an occupation you hear about every day, but that odd career path and the lifestyle that comes with it is exactly what HBO’s latest venture “Barry,” seeks to explore. The dramedy...

Chickens and Evolution Come to the New York Public Library

What came first — the chicken or the egg? This question has puzzled philosophers for years, but now it seems that we need to modify our question: what came first — the human or...

The Roast of Vegetables Serves Up Fresh Produce Puns

Vegetables: some people love them; most people hate them. Therefore, they make the perfect subject for a roast, both literally and comedically. On March 25, Brooklyn’s Union Hall hosted “The Roast of Vegetables,” featuring...

Staff Recs: Best Shows to Binge on a Snow Day

Here at NYU, students and faculty were treated to a snow day on Wednesday and for many, at the peak of midterms season. Some of us braved the icy weather for a hard’s day...
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