Saks Fifth Avenue Shines for the Holidays

  In even less than a blink of an eye, it is Christmas time in the city yet again. Twinkling lights line the streets and wreaths bearing big red bows hang from lampposts. The Rockefeller Center tree shines brightly into space and the Swarovski Star atop the tree reminds us that no other city does Christmas better or more fabulously than New York. Pushing through … Continue reading Saks Fifth Avenue Shines for the Holidays

Manhattan College Student Turns Pop Singer

A year ago, Lauran Beluzo was sitting in a communications class as a freshman at Manhattan College. She was making friends, eating at Locke’s and all the while pursuing a music career that, little did she know, would be a reality in her near future. Beluzo is now signed to Water Music. She works in the studio every day, learning new songs and recording tracks. … Continue reading Manhattan College Student Turns Pop Singer

From Parking Garage to Your Plate: MC’s Rooftop Garden

Pockets of The Bronx and Yonkers are considered food deserts, which is a basic term to describe a community that lacks constant and accessible sources of fresh produce for healthier meal options. As one walks down Broadway, it is easy to see that discount supermarkets do not always carry a sufficient amount of fresh and affordable produce. However, at Manhattan College, students and faculty have … Continue reading From Parking Garage to Your Plate: MC’s Rooftop Garden

The Magic of Prada’s Spring 2015 Line

Miuccia Prada. The name just rolls right of the tongue doesn’t it? Well, maybe not. However, whether or not you can pronounce the name of one of the most influential fashion houses in the entire world, Prada represents the true form of art that is high fashion that goes into a simple piece of clothing. In early February and at the beginning of New York … Continue reading The Magic of Prada’s Spring 2015 Line