Buenos Aires Climate Strike

Thousands of protesters of all ages came out and blocked 9 de Julio Ave., on Sept. 27, marching from Plaza de Mayo to the...

Experiments

I fell in love with film from the moment I first held an analog camera. Something about the tactile nature of shooting celluloid film...

Arts Issue Fall 2019

A 15-minute Break: Chapter 1

What does a 15-minute delay mean to a city that runs at 1000 miles an hour? When a subway grinds to a halt in...
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EDM, Beyond the Festival

If you attend a DJ Kali rave, you can expect to arrive at an unassuming warehouse somewhere in Brooklyn. Enter, and you’ll find yourself...

Next Bus Stop, NYC

Riding the bus is a scenic public transport alternative. The window panes serve as picture frames, capturing picture-perfect street scenes that aren’t available to...

Moroccan Life

This past May, I went to Morocco in order to photograph city life, rural life and landscapes that was unlike any I had encountered...

A Hard Summer’s Work

The first thing that hits you when you enter a field of corn is the smell. The corn itself doesn’t have much of a...

Who are “We” Actually?

I’ve always been interested in members of our community who aren’t explicitly related to NYU, but are foundational to the student experience and what...

Ace-ing It in New York

Swipe right on Tinder, Badoo or Bumble. What’s next? Maybe meet them at a bar or ask them out through a text. You’ll make...

How To Map the East Village Artist

That alley I look out on between the Bowery and Second Avenue when Bleeker Street turns into First — I wish were a restaurant courtyard....

Double Exposure

The Kuleshov Effect has taught us that juxtaposition is one of the most effective tools any storyteller can have in their arsenal. This manipulation...