An Interview with Joshua Gaylord Deep at night on the island, the moon shines so brightly that it casts hard shadows everywhere, a brightness that rivals the sun. Only the moon is reliable in this land of darkness, while the sun is “criminal to the truth.” A young girl stands in disco-lit waters and observes electric-colored fish swim, something [...]
Articles By: Andrea Vocos
“12th Street,” the award winning literary magazine published by The New School’s Riggio Writing and Democracy Program, heralded the release of their fifth issue on May 9.For those familiar with events related to writing at The New School, the venue for the latest release of “12th Street” may seem strange, even grandiose. At 7 p.m. that night, a crowd of [...]
Maria Bamford is a comedian known for her distinctive and surreal style of stand up. She also starred on the Super Deluxe web series “The Maria Bamford Show.”
While blockers and police officers clashed downtown on May Day, protesters in midtown marched down the streets armed with guitars, melodicas, and cellos.
Nutrition a new battleground in fight for social equality At a Goodwill in the South Bronx, Heidi Hynes and her 8-year-old daughter deliver two bags filled with carrots, onions, potatoes, lettuce, and other produce to a man in the neighborhood. The area has quite a few fast food places are in the area, but no full-scale grocery stores. The man [...]
Growing a movement in New York City On a warm day in April, a little girl in braids and a fuschia jumper runs toward chickens crowing in a coop.
On Wednesday night, 30 people gathered inside the Orientation Room at 2 West 13th Street for a university-wide teach-in to educate students about the student loan debt crisis.
In early December, PETA sent out a mass email with the subject heading, “UGGs = Dead Sheep.” PETA was referring to UGG shoes, the once-fashionable boots made of sheep skin.
The day after the citywide Day of Action in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street, around 20 to 30 Hunter College students gathered for one of their ongoing OWS-style general assemblies to discuss Monday’s march from Madison Square Park to Baruch College.