Posts From Adele Jackson-Gibson

Students

Rhythm of the Night (Court)

In God we trust that this woman has a normal itch, not the one of an addict. She can’t stop rubbing her nose on the court bench. Sitting between two

Neighborhoods

Fueling the Community with Healthy Options

In Bedford-Stuyvesant, the bustling blocks of Fulton Street are lined with family-owned West Indian restaurants and Halal joints. However, the neighborhood is rapidly changing with trendy cafés and bars popping

Profiles

Hiro and Friends Rescue an Empty Lot: A Japanese Immigrant Starts a Flea Market

On a gravel lot in the middle of Bed-Stuy, the gates of Akichi Flea Market open up to a hipster’s dream: Locals peruse the vintage jean jackets hung upon the

Features

Fashioned for Everyone: A NYFW Event Shows the Beauty in Disability

In the Western fashion world, beauty standards still cling tight to the size zero frames that slink across high-end catwalks. However, the modern call for diversity leaves many consumers wanting