Be the Generation of Change

Be the Generation of Change

By JENNA JARDINE An activist fervor has taken over the nation. Americans are turning to the streets, the internet, grassroots organizations and each other in an effort to make change. People are rallying behind the issues they care about, unsure if they will have an impact. Such feelings even cross party […]


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 […]


(Non) Voters of New York

Primary Day in New Hampshire has generated nonstop media coverage, turning the presidential race into a guessing game.  Who will win and why? Are their stands on the issues important or does their posturing make the difference? For the first time, millennials will count for a third of potential voters.  […]


Young and Drag: Millennials and Drag Queen Culture

By EMILY WOOD A brief interview with Slater Stanley. Slater Stanley is a senior at New York University. He studies Chinese language and is an RA at NYU’s Lafayette Dorm, where he runs activities for the Rainbow Rosters Explorations, which teaches about LGBTQ issues. Stanley is passionate about issues relating […]


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Millennial Moment: Screen Attachments

BY MIA TAPER Eight millennials talk about their attachments and interactions with screens on a daily basis and how this generation is affected by the influx of technology.


Innovative Distance Learning Programs: Making the Cloud the Classroom

Innovative Distance Learning Programs: Making the Cloud the Classroom

By EMILY WOOD Elizabeth Steffel, a motivated student with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Development, knew that she wanted to attend a top-notch college to pursue her masters in social work. Married and in her late 20’s with a baby and a toddler, Steffel feared she would […]


Defying The Generation Y Stereotype: College Millennials with Careers in Art

Defying The Generation Y Stereotype: College Millennials with Careers in Art

BY MIA TAPER Unemployed, lazy, and broke. That’s how the media portrays millennials. Let’s face it: millennials, don’t often get positive posts in the news or great depictions in film and television. They’re painted as a debt-filled, job-hopping, financially unstable, yet optimistic generation. Generation Y has often been referred to […]


Getting Dressed for Work: 3 DOs and DON’Ts That Will Help You Get Ready for Any Office

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By LARSON BINZER- In the relationship between millennial employees and middle-aged employers, determining what constitutes “professional” has never been as difficult as it is in today’s age of casual Fridays and sneaker-suit combos. However, there are some timeless tricks that will help you dress for any office. The Formal Office […]


Students Confused by Affirmative Consent on Campus: What the Policy Really Means

Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney of the US House of Representatives speaking at "The Epidemic of Sexual Abuse in our Schools and Universities," a panel discussion at New York University.

By EMILY WOOD Emma Sulkowicz—the mattress-toting student at Columbia University—has become a household name as photographs of her carrying her dorm room mattress around campus have flooded Facebook newsfeeds and even The New York Times. Sulkowicz uses her mattress as a creative protest of the lack of disciplinary action taken […]