• The Millennial Republican Stigma
  • “What Happened?”: Prescription Stimulants and Alcohol Are Breeding a Generation That Doesn’t Remember Their Weekends
  • Need Something? There’s An App For That
  • Profile Prejudice: Discrimination on Gay Dating Apps
  • The Good, The Bad, The Selfie: Curating Yourself for the Web
  • Lifestyle Blogging: The Inclusive Industry With Exclusive “Success”
  • Life as a Contemporary Cellist
  • Raised on the Web
  • Life After Goldman Sachs
The Millennial Republican Stigma

The Millennial Republican Stigma

Isolated in a sea of fervent Sanders’ supporters at an April rally in Washington Square Park,  Ivan Teo, an NYU College Republican, made his way around the crowded college campus. Streets surrounding the usually serene park were cordoned off and filled with protesters, college students, and people proudly donning Bernie […]

“What Happened?”: Prescription Stimulants and Alcohol Are Breeding a Generation That Doesn’t Remember Their Weekends

“What Happened?”: Prescription Stimulants and Alcohol Are Breeding a Generation That Doesn’t Remember Their Weekends

We’ve all seen that girl. The drunk one at the bar, obliviously talking louder than anyone else, slurring her speech, continuing to throw back drinks like she had been living in a drought, getting ushered out by her friends after making out with a gross rando dude. This is a […]

Need Something? There’s An App For That

Need Something? There’s An App For That

By LEE XIE 8:30 a.m.: take an Uber to work. 12 p.m.: order lunch from Seamless. 5 p.m.: order groceries from Instacart. 9 p.m.: sign for a wine delivery from Minibar. Millennials like Jess Spence rattle through lists of their daily apps with a familiarity of routine. Spence, in her […]

Profile Prejudice: Discrimination on Gay Dating Apps

Profile Prejudice: Discrimination on Gay Dating Apps

By: ZACH LARIMER “Vanilla and spice, no chocolate or rice. Just my preference.” While this may read like your friend’s extremely vague contribution to the lunch order it’s an actual description from a Grindr profile, the popular gay dating app with over six million members. Translation: the guy is interested […]

The Good, The Bad, The Selfie: Curating Yourself for the Web

The Good, The Bad, The Selfie: Curating Yourself for the Web

The internet seems to be constantly inventing new ways in which we can present ourselves to the world. From the early days of Myspace to today when Instagram and Snapchat reign supreme, the curation of the self identity has moved from the real world to the virtual space. Curation of […]

Lifestyle Blogging: The Inclusive Industry With Exclusive “Success”

Lifestyle Blogging: The Inclusive Industry With Exclusive “Success”

Becoming an “Influencer” takes more than you think… The Instagram account of fashion and lifestyle blog Color Me Courtney posts about four to five times a day to 141k followers. Ranging from outfit ideas and anecdotes about positive body image, to documenting 25-year-old Courtney Quinn’s travels – she recently took […]

By MAIA DOMBEY At 6 foot 3 with chin-length hair, a charming smile and blue eyes, singer, actor and dancer Anthony Sagaria is about to make his Broadway debut. After growing up in Dayton, Ohio and playing sports for most of his life, Sagaria got into acting through the theater […]

Life as a Contemporary Cellist

Life as a Contemporary Cellist

By: Zach Larimer Aya Terki has always been the kind of person who refuses to conform. Growing up on Long Island she refused to hide her cultural identity, half Egyptian and half Japanese, to fit in with her predominantly white classmates. As a teenager she decided to go to school […]

Raised on the Web

Raised on the Web

I found myself scrolling aimlessly through my Facebook news feed, again. Hoping to read more on the current political sphere and the cat and mouse game between Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. While I managed to stumble upon one, maybe two articles that met my demands, overwhelmingly […]

Life After Goldman Sachs

Life After Goldman Sachs

By SHIRLEY FOO  Wall Street investment banker turned Silicon Valley product manager Vivian Fried-Chung knows exactly how she likes spending her weekends, and it has nothing to do with work. You’ll find her hiking, playing tennis, or hosting dinner parties––activities she could never make time for during her “crazy and […]

 

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By MAIA DOMBEY At 6 foot 3 with chin-length hair, a charming smile and blue eyes, singer, actor and dancer Anthony Sagaria is about to make his Broadway debut. After growing up in Dayton, Ohio and playing sports for most of his life, Sagaria...

 

Life as a Contemporary Cellist

Life as a Contemporary Cellist

By: Zach Larimer Aya Terki has always been the kind of person who refuses to conform. Growing up on Long Island she refused to hide her cultural identity, half Egyptian and half Japanese, to fit in with her predominantly white classmates. As...

 

The Secret Life of The Self-Financed Millennial Musician

The Secret Life of The Self-Financed Millennial Musician

The 24-year-old musician’s legal moniker is William Pride, but his 40,000 Twitter followers know him by another name — FoxxTrax. By day, Pride works at NYU as a full-time senior computer lab technician, and by night, he descends into his...

 

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Is Shared-Fashion The Future of Fashion?

Is Shared-Fashion The Future of Fashion?

  A growing segment of fashion-forward millennials is adopting a new way to shop for clothes. The increase of closet-sharing apps and rental services, including Rent the Runway (RTR) Unlimited and Poshmark, exemplifies the “no-ownership”...

 

Raised on the Web

Raised on the Web

I found myself scrolling aimlessly through my Facebook news feed, again. Hoping to read more on the current political sphere and the cat and mouse game between Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. While I managed...

 

Millennials are Behind the Rising Popularity of Delivery Services

Millennials are Behind the Rising Popularity of Delivery Services

By CLAIRE WANG Michelle Lim, 21, knew that lugging a box of 500 strawberries around her neighborhood was going to be a hefty challenge for a 105-pound, five-foot-three Korean girl. So she enlisted help, in the form of a smartphone application. A...

 
 

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Is Shared-Fashion The Future of Fashion?

Is Shared-Fashion The Future of Fashion?

  A growing segment of fashion-forward millennials is adopting a new way to shop for clothes. The increase of closet-sharing apps and rental services, including Rent the Runway (RTR) Unlimited and Poshmark, exemplifies the “no-ownership” consumerism trend characteristic of the millennial generation. By definition, a “shared economy” is a system […]

 
 

The Millennial Republican Stigma

The Millennial Republican Stigma

Isolated in a sea of fervent Sanders’ supporters at an April rally in Washington Square Park,  Ivan Teo, an NYU College Republican, made his way around the crowded college campus. Streets surrounding the usually serene park were cordoned off and filled with protesters, college students, and people proudly donning Bernie […]

 
 

“What Happened?”: Prescription Stimulants and Alcohol Are Breeding a Generation That Doesn’t Remember Their Weekends

“What Happened?”: Prescription Stimulants and Alcohol Are Breeding a Generation That Doesn’t Remember Their Weekends

We’ve all seen that girl. The drunk one at the bar, obliviously talking louder than anyone else, slurring her speech, continuing to throw back drinks like she had been living in a drought, getting ushered out by her friends after making out with a gross rando dude. This is a […]

 
 

Need Something? There’s An App For That

Need Something? There’s An App For That

By LEE XIE 8:30 a.m.: take an Uber to work. 12 p.m.: order lunch from Seamless. 5 p.m.: order groceries from Instacart. 9 p.m.: sign for a wine delivery from Minibar. Millennials like Jess Spence rattle through lists of their daily apps with a familiarity of routine. Spence, in her […]

 
 

Millennials for Hillary are Speaking Up

Millennials for Hillary are Speaking Up

BY Claire Wang Paris Martineau started her freshman year at New York University just as Bernie Sanders’ campaign caught fire among millennials. The following seven months have been a constant and taxing struggle to defend her choice to support her longtime idol, Hillary Clinton. Being a Clinton supporter at a […]

 
 

Profile Prejudice: Discrimination on Gay Dating Apps

Profile Prejudice: Discrimination on Gay Dating Apps

By: ZACH LARIMER “Vanilla and spice, no chocolate or rice. Just my preference.” While this may read like your friend’s extremely vague contribution to the lunch order it’s an actual description from a Grindr profile, the popular gay dating app with over six million members. Translation: the guy is interested […]

 
 

The Good, The Bad, The Selfie: Curating Yourself for the Web

The Good, The Bad, The Selfie: Curating Yourself for the Web

The internet seems to be constantly inventing new ways in which we can present ourselves to the world. From the early days of Myspace to today when Instagram and Snapchat reign supreme, the curation of the self identity has moved from the real world to the virtual space. Curation of […]

 
 

Lifestyle Blogging: The Inclusive Industry With Exclusive “Success”

Lifestyle Blogging: The Inclusive Industry With Exclusive “Success”

Becoming an “Influencer” takes more than you think… The Instagram account of fashion and lifestyle blog Color Me Courtney posts about four to five times a day to 141k followers. Ranging from outfit ideas and anecdotes about positive body image, to documenting 25-year-old Courtney Quinn’s travels – she recently took […]

 
 

By MAIA DOMBEY At 6 foot 3 with chin-length hair, a charming smile and blue eyes, singer, actor and dancer Anthony Sagaria is about to make his Broadway debut. After growing up in Dayton, Ohio and playing sports for most of his life, Sagaria got into acting through the theater […]

 
 

Life as a Contemporary Cellist

Life as a Contemporary Cellist

By: Zach Larimer Aya Terki has always been the kind of person who refuses to conform. Growing up on Long Island she refused to hide her cultural identity, half Egyptian and half Japanese, to fit in with her predominantly white classmates. As a teenager she decided to go to school […]