A dinosaur, a lumberjack, and a zombie walk into a phone… It may sound like a joke, but Apple’s reveal of their newest emojis coming out this fall with iOS 11 are exactly those; some of the most requested emojis by iPhone users from around the
This past Friday on March 24, 2017, the University’s Femmepowerment committee put together their first Femmepowerment Brunch. This event was the first of what is intended to become an annual brunch put on by the organization. Lasting from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the
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
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.
This past Sunday, September 18, the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards aired on ABC, live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, the show was full of excitement as the television elite were celebrated for their work in creating and performing on