How Students with Anxiety Disorders are Adjusting to Quarantine

During a time when people are being encouraged to stay at home and avoid interaction with others, Tisch first-year Charlie Anderson finds it difficult to avoid giving into their anxiety. For Anderson, anxiety takes...

Hear Her Roar: The Voices More Than Ambient Noise

“I think we all deserve a place at the table.”  Words spoken by Maddie Schumacher, a Tisch Film and TV senior and rising independent producer, reflecting on her experience in Tisch and specifically commenting on...

Encountering Trauma in the Classroom

Content Warning: This article contains mentions of racial trauma, slavery, violence against Black and Brown bodies and racial slurs that can be disturbing or triggering. Black Student Union co-President Kayla Merriweather remembers being immersed in...

Magic and Glitter in Brooklyn: Interpreting the World Through Drag

After coming out as nonbinary in 2018, Gallatin sophomore Milenka Bermanova realized that some of their talents such as applying expressive makeup on themselves and designing chainmail headpieces are skills that would be useful...

More Than Just Train Delays: What Being a Commuter Really Means

Troy Kelley, a Tisch dance junior who also majors in computer science, spent strenuous hours on campus for his classes and rehearsals before campus shut down due to the COVID-19 outbreak on March 11th....

The Challenge of Navigating an Intersectional Identity as a Queer Student of Color

After En Chyi Goh first came out as queer to her mother, they never spoke about it again.  For Goh, identifying as queer, a slur now broadly reclaimed by the LGBTQ+ community, meant being free...

Making Space for Religion at Secular NYU

The end of spring marks Melanie Mohsen’s favorite time of year. Beginning on April 23rd, she along with millions of other Muslims around the world celebrate Ramadan. During this month, the CAS senior will...

This Should Have Never Happened To You

Content warning: the introduction and each video include graphic descriptions of sexual violence. Proceed with caution if you find such content triggering or disturbing. At the beginning of the fall semester Professor Avital Ronell was...

Pier 40 is a Soccer Oasis in a Concrete Desert

Pier 40 is home to worn-down multi-purpose turf fields that serve the purposes of baseball, soccer or any other sport that players who descend on the fields want to play. Pieces of paper, cigarette...

Field Work in Motion: NiNi Dongnier on Designing Interactive Spaces

At the Tisch Jack Crystal Theater in the East Village, dancers enter a stage with pulled wings to a score excerpted from Igor Stravinsky’s orchestral concert score, “The Rite of Spring.” They catch and...

‘No Two Latinxs Are the Same’: Afro-Latinx Academics Carve Out Their Space at NYU

“I was constantly told that I was too dark to be Latina,” Kim DePass said. DePass’ complexion makes others perceive her to be African-American. That isn’t a bad thing; it’s just that she isn’t...

Home is Where the Stomach Is

As Thanksgiving break nears, many NYU students will soon flock from their dorms to home, eagerly awaiting a weekend free of academic stress and filled with their parents’ cooking. For students who call East...
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