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Welcome to Alex and Joeys K-pop burn book. Feel free to disagree but we stand by our opinions. (Staff Illustration by Manasa Gudavalli)
K-pop burn book: November edition
By Alexandra Chan and Joey Hung November 30, 2021
(Staff Photo by Taylor Knight)
The Factory, revived
November 24, 2021
The Sydney Harbor Bridge is located near the University of Sydney in Australia, which recently reopened to NYU students as a global study away site. Starting next July, NYU students will be able to take classes at the University of Sydney. (Photo by Julia Moses)
Australia study away program expanded through NYU-University of Sydney partnership
By Kristian Burt, Deputy News Editor • December 2, 2021
NYU’s Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies held a panel to discuss the worsening Haitian immigration crisis. The panel highlighted President Biden’s failure to implement solutions and America’s history of racism against Haitians. (Photo by Kevin Wu)
Amid worsening border crisis, NYU panel talks mistreatment of Haitian migrants
By Carmo Moniz, Staff Writer • December 1, 2021
Amazon employees gather outside Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ Manhattan penthouse at 212 Fifth Ave. during the Black Friday march. The march was organized by the Workers’ Assembly Against Racism to pressure the company into recognizing a new labor union at Amazons JFK8 fulfillment center in Staten Island. (Photo by Lau Guzmán)
NYC Amazon employees protest for unionization
By Lau Guzmán, Contributing Writer • November 30, 2021
A new greenery wall is installed in the lobby of 708 Broadway, home to the NYU School of Global Public Health. Recently, NYU has improved from 43rd place to 29th place on The Princeton Review’s “Top 50 Green Colleges.” (Staff Photo by Manasa Gudavalli)
NYU jumps 14 places in college sustainability ranking
By Carmo Moniz, Staff Writer • November 23, 2021
Three separate incidents of food poisoning have been reported at the Palladium dining hall. The dining hall failed a health inspection in fall 2019. (Staff Photo by Jake Capriotti)
Palladium dining hall food caused food poisoning, 3 students say
By Nicole Chiarella, Contributing Writer • November 22, 2021
In early November, New York City’s COVID-19 positive test rate was 2.06% while NYU’s was 0.76%. A decrease in hospitalizations and deaths accompany the increase in the positive test rate. (Staff Photo by Ryan Walker)
NYU sees slight rise in COVID cases as winter approaches
By Gabriel Hawthorne, Staff Writer • November 22, 2021
(Photo by Sara Vargas)
Top 3 style tips for surviving a New York winter
By Sara Vargas, Contributing Writer • November 30, 2021
Fringe Fall 2021
Fringe Fall 2021
November 24, 2021
(Staff Photo by Brooke Nguyen)
Party stories that we’re legally allowed to talk about
November 24, 2021
(Staff Photo by Taylor Knight)
The Factory, revived
By Ashley Wu, Editor in Chief • November 24, 2021
(Staff Photo by Taylor Knight)
Gallatin prof Julian Cornell on ’70s and ’80s punk, feuding with rockers, depressive aesthetics
By Joey Hung, Beauty & Style Editor • November 24, 2021
The Decker Building at 33 Union Square West served as the Factorys location from 1968 to 1973. (Staff Photo by Manasa Gudavalli)
The parties, drugs and porn of 33 Union Square West
By Sabrina Choudhary, Culture Editor • November 24, 2021
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The 2021-22 season has not only been full of drama, but it also brought a rule change on fouls. The new rule makes it harder for an offensive player to deliberately draw a foul. (Staff Illustration by Ryan Kawahara, Images via Wikimedia Commons)
New season, new rules, new era for the NBA?
By Daniel Haas, Contributing Writer • November 22, 2021
New York Knicks forward Julius Randle spoke at the Earl Monroe New Renaissance Basketball school gym in the Bronx to celebrate his #30 for 3! campaign. Through his partnership with the school, Randle plans to donate $500 for every three-pointer he makes in the season, which will assist the school in developing its academic programs. (Staff Photo by Mitesh Shrestha)
Knicks star Randle pledges support for Bronx basketball school
By Mitesh Shrestha, Sports Editor • November 16, 2021
The 2021-2022 NBA season commenced on Oct. 19. With the start of the new season comes a lot of drama. (Staff Illustration by Ryan Kawahara, Images via Wikimedia Commons)
Keeping up with the NBA: the 75th anniversary
By Mitesh Shrestha, Sports Editor • November 11, 2021
The New York Knicks surprised fans last season with their early success. Still, there are a number of steps that they could take in order to improve further this season. (Staff Illustration by Manasa Gudavalli)
How the Knicks can follow up on last season’s unexpected success
By Ethan Hourizadeh, Staff Writer • October 25, 2021
Many New York Giants fans have been disappointed in the team’s performance during the first six weeks of the NFL season. But fans should not lose hope — there is still a chance for a comeback. (Staff Illustration by Manasa Gudavalli)
Searching for silver linings in the Giants’ bleak season start
By Daniel Haas, Contributing Writer • October 25, 2021
On Oct. 6, the Earl Monroe New Renaissance Basketball School celebrated its opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The school is the first specialized high school in the nation that dedicates itself to preparing its students for different career paths in basketball. (Staff Photo by Mitesh Shrestha)
Knicks legend Earl Monroe headlines high school opening ceremony
By Mitesh Shrestha, Sports Editor • October 18, 2021