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Some Justice, No Peace

On P(optics) this week, Mickey contemplates how police officer Jason Van Dyke was convicted of second degree murder for the death of Laquan McDonald. Unlike previous instances of police brutality, Van Dyke is being held accountable, but an emptiness overwhelms Mickey. What will happen from here?

Don’t Punish Me for My Commute

We're not able to control or predict subway delays, so why should we as students be held academically accountable for them?

Grappling With Self-Blame After Being Sexually Assaulted

Earlier this fall, I was walking along 10th Street, minding my own business, when some guy ran up behind me, grabbed my buttocks and...

The Climate Change Report Is Harrowing — But Is It Our Fault?

We have an institutional responsibility to help resolve climate change, but the emphasis on individual actions to reduce waste is not enough.

Abolishing ICE Is Not a Radical Idea

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has been in the spotlight as a result of the widespread coverage of the separation of immigrant families,...

Tisch Students Call for Resources for Students of Color

Students are calling for scholarships for the school's students of color and diversity trainings for its faculty.

Phone Thrown in NoHo

What It’s Like to Protest the Far Right in Germany

An NYU Berlin student attends the "Indivisible" protest in Berlin, a demonstration against the rise of the far-right across Europe.

4 Cocktails to Warm You up This Fall

Whether you love it or not, it’s finally fall in New York City. The weather is staying below 70 degrees, everyone and their mother...

Goodbye Midterms, Hello Manicures

Midterm season is upon us, and, yet again, nervous nail-biting seems like everyone’s go-to reliever of stress. Two bleeding cuticles and five hangnails later,...

A Cloak Stitched From Scratch

Piece Out is a new Beauty and Style series where students discuss their favorite wardrobe pieces and the stories behind them.  Fashion is one of...

A Guide to Secretly Snacking in Class

It’s 8:00 a.m and you’re sitting in class. You skipped breakfast this morning for an extra 15 minutes of sleep, and you’re still barely...

Is NYU Too Cold For Cuffing Season?

Fall and winter may be the seasons of apple-picking, thanks-giving and gift-exchanging, but beneath this shiny surface lurks a much less pleasant phenomenon: crippling...

Editor's Picks

Aramark Competitor Abruptly Drops Out

Sodexo inexplicably dropped out of the process in September.

Some Justice, No Peace

In Memory of Bruce Mobley

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Maggie Gyllenhaal’s A+ Performance in ‘The Kindergarten Teacher’

"The Kindergarten Teacher" chronicles the descent of a woman who cannot come to terms with her own mediocrity.

Spotify’s New Free Upload Initiative Splits Budding Artists

Spotify's new initiative has left some musicians uncertain about what kind of impact it will have on the landscape of the streaming service and the music industry at large.

A Karl Marx Festival in the Age of Late Capitalism

WSN talks to the director of Skirball and curator of the upcoming Karl Marx Festival.

The Velvet Underground Through the Lens of ’60s New York

The Velvet Underground Experience, a new immersive exhibition, takes you down the history of one of history's greatest bands and the 1960s-era New York that influenced it.

Chalamet’s ‘Beautiful Boy’ Scratches the Surface of Addiction

Based on memoirs by David and Nic Sheff, "Beautiful Boy" tackles the weighty topic of addiction, but fails to contribute anything new to the genre.

Behind the Scenes With the NYU Mixtapes Preparing for Concert

The Mixtapes are one of NYU’s most popular a capella groups, currently led by Musical Director Sam Dhanraj, a senior in Steinhardt. They recently...

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