Get to know some of the hottest street artists in the city, whose work is on display at the Museum of the City New York.
Sarah Roth examines the development of graffiti on the streets of New York, and asks what it means for a free art movement to be bounded by museum walls.
Tyler Sheridan, CC '13, decided to draw graffiti on the wall of his room in East Campus. Find out what he drew and why he did it, and check out a time lapse of him drawing a new design on his wall.
If you’ve been following the last few years of Columbia bias incidents, you’ve learned that racism is bad, and that we should do something about it. Unfortunately, even though we keep saying that, racism just doesn’t seem to be going away.
The hanging of a noose in Teachers College cannot fail to offend the collective sensibilities of the University community. Here we are at a prestigious institution that preaches tolerance and diversity. Surely, nothing of this sort should happen.
Just two days after a noose was found hanging on the door of an African American professor at Teachers College, Anti-Semitic graffiti was found on a bathroom stall in Lewisohn Hall yesterday, University officials reported.
At most construction sites, those who draw or post fliers on walls may be considered vagrants. The Nexus isn’t most construction sites.
An inflammatory message with racist sentiments toward people of Middle Eastern and African descent was discovered scrawled in a bathroom stall in the International Affairs Building yesterday.
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