Culture

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 […]

 
 

Finding Faith

Finding Faith

BY RILEY CARDOZA More than 100 millennials flock to the stage as the lights dim, squeezing past each other to get closer. When the song begins, they don’t look at the screens because they already know the words, and when the chorus comes, they run in circles, a swirling, chanting […]

 
 

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 […]

 
 

Millennial Pink: Overhyped?

Millennial Pink: Overhyped?

BY RAYNE ELLIS Standing back to take in the piece in its entirety, King marched up to one of the nearby suited men, pointed and sputtered, “Hey, look! It’s millennial pink!” A unified shhh indicted her voice, while heads spun and eyes darted. King, stifling nervous laughter, muttered, “I thought […]

 
 

“13 Reasons Why”: More Questions than Answers

“13 Reasons Why”: More Questions than Answers

BY SHELBY JORDAN Google “suicide.” The first link is to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, with a phone number and online chat option.  Just below is a gallery of the top stories on notable suicides, most recently dominated by Aaron Hernandez, former NFL star, and the fictional Hannah Baker, star […]

 
 

The Ultimate Bucket List Trip: How to African Safari in Style

The Ultimate Bucket List Trip: How to African Safari in Style

By SYDNEY BRASON A trip to Africa ranks at the top of many buckets lists, and many travelers assume that South Africa is the ideal safari spot. Instead, consider Kenya, which offers an immersion into tribal culture and easy access to some of the most prominent game parks, making it […]

 
 

Bippity Boppity Boo! Disney is Back.

Disney via AP

By JENNA JARDINE The icy wind on the Hudson invigorates the crowd of moviegoers,  clutching their pre-ordered tickets, at Regal Cinemas Battery Park 11. They brave the rowdy streets of New York City on St. Patrick’s Day not to see an action-packed blockbuster or a tear-jerking drama, but a film […]

 
 

I’m Hooked!

I’m Hooked!

By AMANDA REGALADO

 
 

Choose Chelsea

Choose Chelsea

By RILEY CARDOZA If you’re headed to Manhattan thinking “been there, done that” or don’t feel like elbowing your way through packs of tourists, take the road less traveled by with a trip to Chelsea. Not just a gay bar destination (although it can be if you want it to), this […]

 
 

Amp Up NYC Family Dining

Amp Up NYC Family Dining

By JENNA JARDINE Dining in the city with kids can be daunting. No matter if you’re a family of tourists, exhausted after a long day of sightseeing, or a family of New Yorkers, trying to break out of your normal routine, it can be tough to find a place with […]