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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 […]

 
 

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 […]

 
 

(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.  […]

 
 

Tales from the Commute: NYU Commuters Share their Stories

Tales from the Commute: NYU Commuters Share their Stories

By VICTORIA FINNEGAN  It’s 7 a.m.; the sun is up, but just barely. It’s not quite raining, but there’s mist in the air. A man is quietly mumbling to his other personality. A woman shifts back and forth in her heels. A man in a suit checks his watch for […]

 
 

After Art School

After Art School

By VICTORIA FINNEGAN It was late May in Baltimore. The spring was beginning to feel like summer and the cherry blossoms had shed their flowers. At the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), classes and critiques were over. The campus in Baltimore’s Bolton Hill neighborhood was almost empty. Seniors in […]

 
 

Millennial Voices: Feminism

By DEBORAH LUBANGA We asked several millennials what  feminism means to them and this is what they had to say.  

 
 

Millennial Moment: Thrift Shopping

by ANANYA BHATTACHARYA I wear your granddad’s clothes I look incredible I’m in this big ass coat From that thrift shop down the road -“Thrift Shop,” Mackelmore ft Wanz Despite it being all the rage, millennials are not just thrift shopping to fan their individuality with curated vintage pieces. While […]

 
 

Online and In-store Shopping: Competition or Complements?

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by ANANYA BHATTACHARYA By a rack of clothes in Forever 21, a twenty-something woman in an oversized navy sweater scrolls on her smartphone, telling her friend, “I’m sure I saw this exact same top on sale a couple of days ago, but I can’t find it on the website anymore! […]

 
 

Come Here And Say it to my Face-book: Part II

Come Here And Say it to my Face-book: Part II

by KATHRYN JONES *lies on virtual chaise and pours her heart out* #FeelingLikeAMillennial Think of the art of throwing shade as countries at war with one another. Each army commander has their preferred approach. My Tweet sounds like a pretty basic complaint. It targets an inanimate object. Indirectly, it insults […]