Author Archive: Anne Cruz

Millennials Challenge Uber and Other Companies Via Boycott

BY ANNE CRUZ The L train isn’t running and you need to get home. What do you do? Up until a few weeks ago, most people would have responded: you call an Uber. But, now, the answer to “How are you getting home?” is no longer immediately clear: for the […]

 
 

Invisible on the Wall: Minorities in Rock Climbing

Ryan Edwards clips protection in Rumney, New Hampshire.

BY ANNE CRUZ On a sticky afternoon in Rumney, New Hampshire, standing at the base of a 70-foot cliff, Ryan Edwards selects his next project. He settles on “Flying Hawaiian,” which is one of area’s the less demanding climbs but is by no means easy. The route requires strength and […]

 
 

New York Nature Escapes

New York Nature Escapes

BY ANNE CRUZ The Big Apple doesn’t advertise itself as a naturalist’s playground. But as spring beckons the city offers a many outdoor spots for those who want to enjoy the fresh air and the sights.  An added bonus, no car required.

 
 

Riley Cardoza

Riley Cardoza

By ANNE CRUZ As a NYU journalism and psychology major with a minor in creative writing, Riley Cardoza is inspired by the act of writing itself, whether in diaries, novels or magazine articles.    The 21-year-old Chino, California native Cardoza has written consistently since childhood, and finished writing her second novel […]