Side Hustling, Chapter 2: Men Are From Mars, Kids Are From...

After accidentally destroying her roommate’s computer, Valerie must pick up a series of odd jobs in order to rectify the situation. I try to manifest...

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...

4×4: A Quartet of Summer Travel Writings

As a component of the three-year undergraduate program at the NYU Tisch Department of Dance, students attend three to six week summer residencies in...

Acts of Kindness

photos and words by Nolan Trowe As a disabled man in NYC, the smallest acts of kindness go a long way to make my life easier....

A Dancer Is a Body in Motion

“This isn’t a dance class — it’s a life class.” On the first day of my Steinhardt introductory modern dance class, my teacher Allegra Romita...

While You Were Here 2018

A lot has changed while you were here. The university has changed, the city has changed and as a result, as is inevitable with...

Jisr az-Zarqa, Israel

Jisr az-Zarqa, Israel Words and Photos by Taylor Bissey, Contributing Photographer   This photo story is a glimpse into the Israeli town of Jisr az-Zarqa, one of...

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...

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the words we use and how we use them Language is everything. It is how we comprehend concepts. It is how we communicate. It is a...

Underground

Underground WSN’s Photo Editor’s five-hour journey on the 6 train, photographing strangers both aware and unaware of her lens. Words and Photos by Alina Patrick, Photo Editor   I...

Shanghai Flâneur

A year ago, around this time, I was wandering the streets of Shanghai.  Growing up Peruvian and learning about the huge influence Chinese immigrants had...

City of Dreams and Disillusionment

City of Dreams and Disillusionment By Pamela Jew, Under the Arch Managing Editor People hold New York up to a high standard, under a magnifying glass, stalk...