Emily Greenberg discusses the greater ramifications of a student body stripped of artistic opportunity.
Emily Greenberg examines the ever-changing role of Facebook in the realm of censorship.
Emily Greenberg examines how social media can be used as a force for freedom or oppression and how it is compromising our version of the truth.
The political use and consequences of metaphor.
This year, an underground art movement have taken over an abandoned subway station, calling into question the value of the art market and complicating the artist's relationship to that which he rejects yet ultimately is defined by.
Defining art remains continually problematic, but perhaps its definition comes from its audience.
Frustrated with lack of luck in technology, Emily Greenberg happens upon a key difference between sets of academic interests: how vs. why.
Though written off for being offensive, perhaps Bo Burnham's political incorrectness is a politically conscious critique of the implications of being P.C.
Emily Greenberg explores aesthetics, contrast and Ithaca's now famed fences.
Emily Greenberg discusses the corporate sponsorship of art, and who's to blame for it's failures.