To calm student outrage, the SBA Vice President released an official statement. “I, Samantha Coxe, the First of Her Name, Queen of Vanderbilt, Queen of the DL and the Three Sheets and the Amity Hall, Lord of the Lower East Side, Protector of the Bar Review, Khaleesi of the Great Grassless Square, called Samantha Stormborn, the Most-Turnt, Mother of Bobcats, hereby issue a proclamation to make recompense to those students so grievously injured by Monday’s Game of Thrones spoiler.
“I thought the video was OK. I think it would have been funnier if it was about a diverse guy who replaced a yoga teacher and made the Law School really great for everyone,” said one NYU Law dean, who chose to remain anonymous.
NYU Law Revue is a finalist for Above The Law’s annual Law Revue Video Contest, with its submission, “Trevor Effin’ Morrison,” a parody of “Alexander Hamilton” from the hit Broadway show Hamilton. Voting ends April 27.
After a short wait, here is our next set of fabulous NYU Law students. Olivia Ensign ’16, Destiny Dike ’18, and Elvira Li ’17.
In the semi-final round of the New Jersey Under-20 Recreational Basketball League Tournament, Brennan Township Community Center was decisively defeated by border-town rival River Township.
“Neither team had any jerseys, so we kept passing the ball to the wrong people,” said the disappointed guard.
Indo-Canadian artist Nimisha Bhanot reached the height of Internet celebrity [last] week when her painting series, “Badass Indian Pinups,” went viral after being featured on BuzzFeed. In the feature piece, she explained that the idea for the series was conceived in 2012 when she learned of Jyoti Singh’s brutal rape and murder, the aftermath of which involved a great deal of victim blaming and affronts to female humanity. The series focuses on subjects of Indian women who are portrayed as both confident and sexually liberated.