Ariana Karamallis MacPherson MUP, Winter 2011 Running in the Bo-Kaap Cape Town, South Africa During apartheid the largely Muslim community in the Bo-Kaap neighborhood resisted resettlement and painted their homes bright colors—still preserved today—to symbolize their presence in the city.
Sandra Rothbard MUP, Spring 2010 Times Square Station As the busiest subway station in NYC, Times Square offers several opportunities to lose yourself amongst platforms, underground stores, and harried travelers.
Julie Simon MUP, Spring 2011 Atrani, Italy In the months I lived in Italy and in several trips back, I have never seen a bus stop shelter before. Yet, in this tiny beach town where all the buses pick up and drop off in the town center (with no bus shelter), I found one along the scenic drive.
Maulin Mehta MUP, Spring 2010 Boston’s Big Dig Having grown up in New Jersey and driving 3-4 hours a day, it was nice to have a smooth ride to Boston. The tunnel made me feel like I was in a video game; good thing I wasn’t driving!
Alberto Orozco MUP, Spring 2011 Wonder-Roof Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY The intricacies of Brooklyn’s iconic water tank silhouette and an old flat roof-top retaining water while contrasting with the bright backlight of a city that never sleeps.
Amy Faust MUP, Spring 2011 Queensboro Bridge bike path One of my first bike rides in New York. A lone little cyclist (look closely in the center) looks to be pedaling through a dominating metal canyon.
Noah Levine MUP, Spring 2010 Village People 2006 The list of notable residents from Greenwich Village is long and diverse. This piece illustrates how the character of a place stems from those that call it home.