When I walked into work yesterday afternoon at The Office of Student Development and Activities, everyone was saying the same thing: “The protesters might be coming.”
Archive for November, 2011
With occupation fever taking hold of New York, it seems only natural that students would try to replicate their relative success at the all-city student occupation at 90 Fifth Ave. by branching off and claiming a second building to occupy. So it was that I joined around 50 people gathered at the corner of Chrystie and Stanton, in Roosevelt Park, [...]
The West Village is known for many things — crooked streets, boutiques, elegant townhouses. But if a Houston-based energy company has its way, it could soon be known as something entirely different: a transshipment point for hydrofracked natural gas. The prospect of the first new energy pipeline to come to Manhattan in decades is causing an uproar on both sides [...]
The rules of the 72-hour Short Film Festival are simple: Students have 72 hours to write, direct, shoot and edit a four- to six-minute long film.