What’s up with the goats, Jack? by Jack Archambault Opinions Editor Two weeks ago, I…
If you know me at all, you know that I love art. In fact, you may remember as the paper’s art editor last semester. However, with the way the editor positions work, I was forced to leave the position after the final issue last semester. In my retirement, I’ve found that I have more time than I know what to do with. This, combined with the fact I’m only taking three classes, meant that I finally had time to visit as various art institutions across the city.
f you’ve walked around New York City for longer than 15 minutes, you’ve seen one. If you’ve ever gotten a latte from a coffee shop in Brooklyn, you’ve interacted with one. If you’ve ever been happy to wear a shitty thrift store sweater, drink organic $6 coffee, and rage endlessly against the patriarchy, you are one. That’s right: a hipster.
Anyone who has visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Fifth Avenue can attest to its grand monumentality and to the impressiveness of the extensive collection which spans globally over thousands of years.
On Monday, Slayer announced on their official Instagram that they would be performing one last world tour. Starting in May in California, Slayer will embark on their final North American tour.
A new exhibit at the International Center of Photography looks back on the imprisonment of Japanese Americans during World War II.
Yes, she was pregnant. What is your theory on how she hid it?
The Ally Coalition hosted it’s 4th annual “Talent Show” on January 24. The Ally Coalition was formed back in 2012 by the band Fun and designer Rachel Antonoff, basically with the mission of promoting equality for LGBTQ people. This Talent Show is held annually to benefit homeless LGBTQ youth in New York City.
RuPaul Charles is inarguably the biggest name in drag. There is no question about it. This past week, the premiere of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 3 happened and I have a lot of have a lot of feelings about it, but I am just here to let you know that RuPaul has changed the world of drag– for the better.
Blazing a trail towards a green future for the Earth