XULY.Bët Fall/Winter 2016

XULY.Bët's Fall/Winter 2016 collection was not only momentous artistically, but historically, as it was the first all-black fashion show in all of NYFW history. Inspired by designer Lamine Badian Kouyaté's West African roots, each...

First annual Gallacon invites comics artists to Gallatin

The first annual GallaCon offers students an opportunity to learn from professional comic book writers and editors.

Rookie Magazine celebrates launch of ‘Yearbook Two’

The magazine, which started as a humble blog, releases its second publication

East Village sweet shop offers authentic Italian treats

Sweeten your palate with delicious, authentic Venchi chocolates, macaroons and gelato at the East Village's new dessert shop, Casa Gusto.

Best pumpkin treats in the city

Menus in restaurants, shops, and cafés all around the city now include seasonal pumpkin dishes.

Tadashi Shoji S/S 2017

The lights immediately shut off, when suddenly a peaceful, watercolor image of a dainty crane projects upon a stark white backdrop. As a clock chimes, the image shifts upwards to reveal the stork’s beak...

‘Headlines’ exhibit represents Hispanic New Yorkers’ history

"In the Headlines: Hispanic New Yorker, 1980-2000," is being presented at the King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center.

Where to Find Your Next Apartment

If you’re not planning on reapplying for housing, then the time to start looking for an apartment is quickly approaching. While apartment hunting is exciting, it can be stressful finding a place that’s both...

Vice co-founder screens series preview, answers audience questions

Vice's Shane Smith dropped by Cantor to discuss the upcoming season.

Silver professor recognized as leader in social work

Professor Mary McKay was selected as fellow of American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare.

Just Breathe

On a Tuesday in early March, 11 men dressed in T-shirts and sweatpants or shorts assembled in the gymnasium of the Wallkill Correctional Facility. It was 8:55 a.m. Another five minutes and they’d be...

Stationery Store Suggestions to Make Studying Fun

There is no greater thrill than standing before a rack of stationery goods and envisioning the crisp notebooks yet to be filled and the ink yet to be spilled. Even for those who don't...
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