This week, Photo Friday displays a submission by Ruby Samuels called "Stacked Urban Boxes." Thanks for the submission, Ruby!
Let’s be honest—your midterms have overstayed their welcome, your fuse is running short, and no matter how much food you ate over Thanksgiving, you still can’t help but think about your schedule, your homework, and most of all, your finals. My first word of advice, however, is not to stress.
By Sinead Hunt This weekend, while my peers were busy gorging themselves on turkey and binge-watching Gilmore Girls, I was off running a half-marathon. Running a half-marathon has been a long-term goal of mine, and I was elated to finally have the opportunity to check this item off my list. The half-marathon I ran took … Continue reading Popping the Bubble Week 8: 13.1 (s)miles
"This, this was my first kiss. The others no longer counted."
Camp Kesem at Columbia: helping kids affected by Cancer just be kids!
By Olivia Nathan Kerry James Marshall’s retrospective at the MET Breuer, rightly titled “Mastry”, is a collection of his earliest and latest figural paintings which continue to focus on the African-American experience. In the beginning of his college career at the prestigious Los Angeles art school, Otis, Marshall painted “A Portrait of the Artist as … Continue reading Black Mastry
This week I had the distinct pleasure of visiting a New York City landmark that has been on my list for quite some time: the New York Historical Society.