University Student Has Knack for Celebrities

University Student Has Knack for Celebrities

Nicole Manall, Contributing Writer

February 13, 2018

Filed under Student Life

Lauren Cohen, a sophomore music industry major, has met more celebrities than she can count. The New Jersey native spends her breaks and her summers trying to meet countless celebrities that pass through New York City. She started in 2013 when she first met Ariana Grande. “Each day I am getting be...

NY Law Forum

Alyssa MacKinnon

November 18, 2015

Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

For those interested in pursuing a legal education in the future, the law forum trip to New York is experience to consider in the future. The forum this year consisted of various workshops and then an open floor discussion with individual representatives from numerous law schools. Representatives fr...

#Hamiltunes Take the Country by Storm

Angela Tricarico

October 14, 2015

Filed under Entertainment, Music

It’s not very often that Billboard has the chance to call the cast recording of a Broadway musical “2015’s best rap album” – in fact, it’s probably never happened before. Hamilton: An American Musical changed that.   You’re probably thinking, rap musical? Hamilton? Your confusion is valid...

Black Keys at the Barclays

Kaitlin Mahar

September 25, 2014

Filed under Entertainment, Music

On Wed, Sept. 24, Assistant Editor Elissa Sanci and I went to see the Indie Rock duo The Black Keys of Akron, Ohio with opening Alternative Rock band Cage the Elephant of Bowling Green, Ky. at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, Ny. As a longtime fan of both acts performing on The Black Keys' Turn Blue tour, I had high hopes for the show, and was far from disappointed. On fi...

Livewell’s Latest

Shannon Livewell

December 5, 2012

Filed under Entertainment, Features, Music

My pick of the week has to be Walking Sideways, a four-piece rock band from Long Island, N.Y. Fellow classmate Deanna Devivo, who works for PopCore Entertainment and represents artists such as Walking Sideways, Charlie Dane and many more, brought this band to my attention. I took one listen to their tracks and was immediately hooked. Their musi...

Activists Still Occupy Wall Street

Jenn Harrington

September 26, 2012

Filed under Global News, U.S. News

“People, Power.” Activists of the Occupy Wall Street movement have not given up. On Monday, Sept. 17, 2012, protesters celebrated the one-year anniversary of the movement that took over cities across the world. Occupy Wall Street started as a social movement to protest the multi-million dollar businesses and government entities, with protesters shouting, “We ...

Jets to Bench Hunter; Howard to Start at RT

The Associated Press

August 29, 2012

Filed under National Sports, Sports

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Wayne Hunter saw it coming — just as everyone else did. Rex Ryan announced Thursday that the veteran right tackle was demoted and replaced by Austin Howard as the starter for the New York Jets' exhibition game against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday night. Hunter, who...

Museum of Tolerance New York

Ana Abraham

December 14, 2011

Filed under Opinion & Editorials

The Simon Wiesenthal Center Museum of Tolerance in New York City is housed right in the heart of Manhattan, where thousands of people probably pass it daily without knowing it’s even there. It’s definitely their loss, though, because it is an incredible place. The Criminal Justice LLC recently t...

DA: Anti-gay NYC Attack Laced with Hate Speech

The Associated Press

October 13, 2010

Filed under Global News

NEW YORK – Gang members used an anti-gay slur to ask two teen boys and a 30-year-old man about their sexuality before brutally torturing and beating them last week in a working-class Bronx neighborhood, authorities said in court, where eight suspects stood with drooped heads at their first appearance...

New Yorkers brace for possible doorman strike

Liz De La Torre

April 20, 2010

Filed under Global News

From The Associated Press NEW YORK – They sign for deliveries, hail taxis, fix leaky faucets and, of course, open doors. Nearly 1 million New York City apartment dwellers rely on doormen and other building workers to make life in a high-rise run smoothly. But 30,000 doormen, concierges, porters...

The New York Jet Deficiency

Tom Chieppo

March 10, 2010

Filed under National Sports, Sports

The Jets had cut tides with cornerback Lito Sheppard, but they sweetened the pot by acquiring Antonio Cromartie from the San Diego Chargers last week during the NFL Free Agency. Cromartie can provide more punch for the Jets’ defense along with two-time Pro Bowler Darrell Revis while the Chargers...

Co. owner indicted in deadly NYC crane collapse

Liz De La Torre

March 9, 2010

Filed under Global News

From The Associated Press NEW YORK – A construction crane owner got a bargain-basement repair job on a giant rig, which fell apart and killed two workers when the fix failed, prosecutors said Monday in announcing manslaughter charges against the owner and a former mechanic. The owner, James Lomma,...

Visitor center opens at NY’s African Burial Ground

Liz De La Torre

February 28, 2010

Filed under Global News

From The Associated Press NEW YORK – About 15,000 African slaves and their descendants were once unceremoniously buried under what is today Manhattan — and forgotten. On Saturday, a new visitor center opened near the rediscovered cemetery from the 17th and 18th centuries to celebrate the ethnic...

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