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NYU men’s and women’s golf teams have seen immense success in recent years. On April 28th, Katie Rudolph was formally introduced as the new head coach of the NYU men’s and women’s golf team. (Staff Illustration by Debbie Alalade)
Katie Rudolph hired as head coach of NYU men’s and women’s golf teams
By Mitesh Shrestha, Sports Editor • May 7, 2021
The Knicks are a staple of sports and entertainment in New York City. Recent wins for the team have created excitement for the residents of the city. (Illustration by Renee Shohet)
When the Knicks win, New York wins
By Ethan Hourizadeh, Contributing Writer • May 6, 2021
The Bobcat has been NYU
Meet the Students Behind the Mask
By Kevin Ryu, Sports Editor • September 28, 2020
Heung-min Son is South Korea’s pride in the game of soccer, being the star forward of Tottenham Hotspurs. With the skills and traits of a top player, he challenges the Asian stereotype in the sport and so inspired numerous aspiring young talents. (Staff Illustration by Chelsea Li)
Why Heung-min Son Is My Favorite Player
By Kevin Ryu, Sports Editor • September 28, 2020
NYU does not have a football team. NYU students discuss their predictions for the 2020 NFL season. (Staff Illustration by Deborah Alalade)
NYU Predicts: NFL Edition
By Kevin Ryu, Sports Editor • September 21, 2020
NYU Athletics are cancelled for the Fall. NYU senior athletes in Fall sports discuss how they have processed the canceled season. (Staff Illustration by Deborah Alalade)
The Bitterness of Leaving Unfinished Business Unfinished
By Kevin Ryu, Sports Editor • September 21, 2020
While You Were Here 2021
While You Were Here 2021
May 7, 2021
Despite the wave of hate crimes and the history of xenophobia against their community, Asian Americans remain strong. (Illustration by Sally Chen.)
Even before they were a headline
By Lorraine Olaya, Deputy Copy Chief • May 6, 2021
A seemingly idyllic sidewalk in Middletown, Connecticut. (Photo by Eugene Hu)
The Foreigner
By Eugene Hu, Contributing Writer • May 3, 2021
First-year Gallatin student Ian Partman. Decolonization in art as a conversation. (Image courtesy of Ian Partman)
Rewriting the narrative: Conversations on decolonization in art
By Sade Collier, Contributing Writer • May 3, 2021