Brookfield Place has announced that they will hold free movies in their atrium, entitled “Pictures Under the Palms,” referencing the multitude of tall palm trees scattered throughout the space. The weekly movie event started on Wednesday, Feb. 22 and will continue until mid-March. Avid film
The fashion industry has never stopped growing and became especially more successful when Cosmopolitan Magazine was first published in 1886 in the United States. The publication started out as a family magazine, but soon became focused on topics such as women’s issues, relationships, health, careers,
New York City can be expensive. Whether you’re a tourist, a student, or a long-time resident, saving money in New York can be difficult. A large part of the city dynamic, history, and culture is entertainment, also stigmatized as the most expensive aspect. Performances are
To put it bluntly, the Oscars were crazy. If you haven’t seen last night’s award show for yourself, you’ve probably been on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, or some other social media outlet to feast your eyes upon the slew of memes and headlines the show inspired.
To very little public surprise, the Trump administration has rolled back protections for transgender students, even after the president made a promise to stand by the LGBTQ community in his RNC acceptance speech this July. At the RNC, Trump boldly stated that as president, “[he]
In light of the University’s new plans to overhaul One Pace Plaza, we’re throwing it back almost 50 years, to the birth of the Manhattan campus as we know it. Then called the Civic Center Campus, the cornerstone was laid in 1968 in a ceremony