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Feminist Activists and Scholars Planning to Do More to Support the 99%

By Matt Cavanagh, May 27, 2017 Pictures by Matt Cavanagh Scholars and activists in the feminist movement are gearing up to support the 99 percent – minority women, working class women, migrants and other oppressed groups – according to a…

Brad Pitt’s WAR MACHINE Coming to Netflix

By Avid Maldonado As this preview was in the works, President Donald Trump ordered an armada to the shores of North Korea and even though it was eventually broadcast around the world that the fleet was seen sailing in the…

What Student Leaders and Students Say About Trump’s Executive Order Revoking Transgender Students Rights to Use the Bathrooms of Their Choice

By Carlos Diaz Pictures by Carlos Diaz On February 22, 2017, a Wednesday night, Donald Trump revoked the Obama executive order that allowed transgender students at public schools to use the bathroom based on their preferred gender identity. According to…

Kadia Goba Reviews DEAR BASKETBALL at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival

By Kadia Goba, Senior Editor and Special Correspondent   Former L.A. Laker Kobe Bryant brings to life his nearly 2-year-old farewell letter to basketball. Much like his b-ball endeavors, Black Mamba doesn’t hold back in the production of this six-minute…

Tribeca Film Festival Immersive Arcade 2017

By James Kelly, Senior Editor and Special Correspondent May 4, 2017 Virtual Reality’s ability to immerse its audience into 360 degree worlds appeals to untold millions, even people who are otherwise uninterested in computer software or video games, and, thusly,…

First Known As Minnehanonck

By Roosevelt Island Correspondent Hope Dietsch, May 1, 2017 One of the features of Roosevelt Island is that it is five subway minutes from one of the most interesting cities in the in the world. As many New Yorkers know,…

Kadia Goba Reviews BLAME at the Tribeca Film Festival

By Kadia Goba Senior Editor and Special Correspondent April 30, 2017 An interesting theme twist of mean girls meets an all-too-familiar taboo plot polished off with unexpected poetic justice. BLAME’s writer seems to purposely add a twist to a predictable…