It was a dark night — after midnight on Jan. 31 — when journalist Annie Correal received an unfamiliar email with the subject: “MDC Brooklyn Without Power.” The anonymous author wrote, “No heat no power no proper food. Over 72 hours in lockdown.”
I first discovered Dave Hickey’s writing during a summer alone in New York. Working at an art association downtown, I spent warm evenings and humid weekends wandering in and out of Lower East Side galleries quietly by myself. For the first time, it felt as if I was in a place where art (with a…
With 300 meters left in Saturday’s Dr. Sanders 3,000 meter race at the Millrose Games, senior Grant Fisher surged to the lead with Wisconsin’s Morgan McDonald and Campbell’s Amon Kemboi in hot pursuit.
I honestly don’t get it. My life as a Knicks fan has been a tumult of shattered-hope sadness. There is a special kind of despair that results from getting the same misguided dream ripped to shreds every year. The Dolan Era of Knicks basketball is an arsenic-poisoned abyss. Stay away, for your own safety. This trade makes me irate — I hate it with a fury I don’t like to give to sports teams I’m not a part of. It just doesn’t make sense.
Hannah Zimmerman ’21 — the youngest appointee to the Democratic National Convention and New York’s youngest elected official — reflected upon the 2018 midterms her own efforts to increase youth political engagement in an interview with The Daily.
In a Monday roundtable discussion at Lathrop, Hannah Zimmerman ’21, New York’s youngest elected official, discussed her political journey and the 2018 midterm elections.
Stanford in New York’s (SiNY) first-ever spring quarter offering, held earlier this year, marked the final step in the piloting process of the program — a quarter-long opportunity for Stanford students to live, work and take classes in New York City. Due to the success of the three-year pilot, Stanford will now move forward with the program on a year-round basis.
I’m up at 6:30 a.m. to catch a subway downtown filled with dozing New Yorkers to meet Jessica Fry, the day before she leaves to kick off the national tour of a Broadway show. I’m barely awake, but when Jessica strides into the coffee shop two minutes late, her eyes are bright and the smile…