New Yorkers appear to be happier in the spring

  As the temperature goes up, Brooklyn Bridge spreads its warmth in welcoming the locals and the tourists. After all, what better place can one think of, to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and glare at the sunset over the magnificent skyline? The weekend marked the beginning of spring, whether the weatherContinue reading “New Yorkers appear to be happier in the spring”

Hundreds of students gather to fight back Trump

It is difficult not to let out a tear of joy when you see people all around the world joining hands to support a community that they may not even be a part of. It is even more difficult to not raise your head with pride and in high sprits when you witness tiny fingersContinue reading “Hundreds of students gather to fight back Trump”

Trump’s immigration policy brings reactions of all types

Social media has now become a breeding ground for voicing public opinions and a platform to callout for support. What started as a ripple on Facebook soon sent tremendous currents throughout New York, and throughout the country. On February 17th protestors observed what they called “A day without immigrants,” by skipping work and missing schoolContinue reading “Trump’s immigration policy brings reactions of all types”


Falling in love with oneself isn’t easy. You know your own flaws and imperfections and to give a damaged human being that kind of unconditional love requires a lot of patience and dedication; it requires trust. We often don’t trust ourselves with a lot of things. I don’t trust that I can ever get anContinue reading “Philautia”


“I prayed for the city to be cleared of people, for the gift of being alone,  a-l-o-n-e: which is the one New Yorker prayer that rarely gets lost or delayed in channels, and in no time at all, everything I touched turned to solid loneliness.” J.D. Salinger New York can be though on you butContinue reading “Philia”

How Georgia Lale Is Confronting Xenophobia With Art

  An NYC-based Greek visual artist is using the human body to convey exactly what human beings lack today: empathy. It wasn’t until #orangevest went viral that Georgia Lale’s work received recognition. The 28-year-old Greek artist swam through New York City streets wearing an orange vest with black clothes underneath it: the vest symbolized hopeContinue reading “How Georgia Lale Is Confronting Xenophobia With Art”