Although Koonhor has only been on the scene for three seasons, the brand is quickly gaining recognition for its unassuming audacity and androgynous aesthetics. The duo designers, Catrine Thé and Koon Lim, take their inspiration from female narratives, designing for the empowered, modern woman.Read More
Opening the runway with a booming heartbeat track, Spanish-based brand Desigual beamed with positivity in its Fall/Winter 2014 collection. Their theme, “Love in the City,” shone through bold yet effortless looks, highlighting 60s mod-dress cuts and pop-art prints.Read More
Those uncomfortable heels aren’t just hurting your feet — they’re affecting your long-term health.Read More
FIT’s Trend-ology exhibit showcases the sociopolitical roots of trends across time.Read More
After indulging in sugary pies over Thanksgiving, candy over Halloween and coffee since midterms began, students may be searching for ways to revert their teeth back into the pearly-whites they had a few months ago. Instead of automatically reaching for expensive whitening strips, try one of these suggestions that you can experiment with at home.Read More
NYU band Modern Diet breaks boundaries and defies typical musical genres.Read More
There’s something about December and the holidays that remind us of how fortunate we are. Dedicated volunteers have already begun organizing several services, food drives and clothing donations to help the less fortunate. Here are our top five suggestions for how you can become involved in the community. New York Cares Coat Drive [...]Read More
Assistant Managing Editor | A CAS junior, Tatiana is studying journalism, environmental science and politics. She’s a bomb editor, as well as the staff’s main source of entertainment because she sings along to every song after 12 a.m. She also writes about culture, science, technology and sex, and her work has been featured in VICE, Motherboard, Elite Daily, amNewYork and others. She enjoys eating Thai food, reading fiction and binge-watching Netflix.
And in case you were wondering how great she really is — “I just can’t get enough of Tatiana” is a direct quote from her EIC at WSN only moments ago.
News Editor | Ann is a liberal studies sophomore who lived in Florence during her freshman year. She plans on double-majoring in journalism and political science and is always busy. She is constantly making lists and she loves to laugh.
Daniel started at the Features desk of WSN last Spring, writing restaurant reviews whilst indulging on free food and consequently getting fat. Last Fall, he was the dining editor, and he this semester he is senior editor. Daniel is in Gallatin (living the dream) studying Food & Travel Narratives, incorporating aspects of Food Studies, Journalism, and Media, Culture, and Communication. He loves food more than life itself.
Deputy Multimedia Editor | Hannah Luu is a ridiculously great Deputy Multimedia Editor. She is a sophomore from Northern California. If you think Northern California means San Francisco you might need to closely examine a map. She is passionate about NPR and being half Asian.
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The Washington Square News is the official daily student newspaper of New York University and serves the NYU, Greenwich Village, and East Village communities. Founded as an independent newspaper in 1973, the WSN allows its undergraduate writers and photographers to cover campus and city news and continues to grow its strong body of award-winning journalists and photographers.
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