“Wild Nights with Emily” uncovers the vivacious and queer life of Emily Dickinson and the poet’s relationship with Susan Gibert.
I sat down with filmmaker Sean Baker to discuss “The Florida Project,” the Academy Awards and what’s next for the Tisch grad.
While Christine McPherson isn’t necessarily perfect, “Lady Bird” most definitely is.
I sat down with author André Aciman to discuss “Call Me By Your Name” and its unprecedented success.
“Lady Bird” director Greta Gerwig spoke with college newspapers about mothers and daughters, women in film and finding glory in your hometown.
Academy Award-nominated biopic “The Post” reveals unsettling parallels between the political administrations of then and now.
You might have noticed a birdcage underneath the Arch in WSP. The cage, Ai Weiwei’s “Good Fences Make Good Neighbors,” is a comment on the increasing hostility toward immigrants and the rise of nationalism throughout the world.
Broadway legend Baayork Lee visited NYU, Tuesday night, where she coached students in Tony Award-winning choreography from “A Chorus Line” and “Promises, Promises” and spoke on her six-decade-spanning career on the stage.
Jeremy Muhia moved to the U.S. from Kenya to attend New York University. Four years later, Muhia is in contention for software development positions at Airbnb, Microsoft and Snapchat.
“Ballet is woman” is at the core of Vail Dance Festival’s 2017 NOW Premieres. Showcasing all female choreographers, NOW Premieres will feature world premieres from Lauren Lovette, Claudia Schreier, Michelle Dorrance and Pam Tanowitz.