“Overall the exhibition was a very enjoyable experience and I feel inspired to draw quick sketches inspired by Matisse, Derain, and the light of Collioure.” – Coco Lin
The the exhibitions “I reviewed were very successful in terms of the way they were curated” and the the stories “they shared,” making one question “what it means to have meaningful relationships and places that become empty when people die or move away. Just looking at the images in this show makes me think about what it means to be alive. I also think about the power of images that represent home, family, and relationships.”
The latest article in a series of feature stories about students in these challenging times. This piece by Shannon McGee
The 2023 fall semester began August 25 in the middle of a heatwave in New York City, and Tanha Latif, 23, from Dhaka, the Capitol in Bangladesh, was interviewed for this article about her impressions, feelings, and expectations for the…
Article by Wendel Abassy.
A study commissioned by Planet Fitness in 2022 found that health and fitness ranked high on the list of New Year Resolutions. How high? Ninety-one percent of those surveyed. Reporter Kirby Inot decided to follow up that report. He visited the Wall Street Planet Fitness gym during the pandemic in search of stories to tell. – Article by Kirby Inot
I pick up on the incessant buzzing of clippers as soon as I walked into Staten Island’s TrueGents Barbershop at 2035 Victory Boulevard. A movie plays on the big TV screen as barbers worked their magic. Seems like tons of hair are collecting on the floor and barbers continually sweep them aside to keep the luxurious shop clean. “I can fix you up after this guy, boss, just sit tight!” says Rohaiz Dar. Feature Story by Kirby Inot.