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NYU Continues To Fail Black Students

This past week, thousands of protestors across the country gathered to protest the indictment of the three Louisville Metro Police Department officers involved in...

NYU Still Needs to Take Action for LGBTQ+ Rights

One year after the Stonewall riots, LGBTQ+ rights activists Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera organized an occupation of Weinstein Residence Hall in response...

Hotel Evictions Show NYC’s Disregard For Homeless People’s Needs

New York City announced on Tuesday that homeless people staying at The Lucerne Hotel, located in the Upper West Side, will be removed. This...

Funding the MTA Is a Necessity

Since COVID-19 shut the world down in March, millions have faced financial difficulties. The MTA is no exception. In late July, the corporation released...

Providing Spaces for Black Students Does Not Mean Segregation

As more than 4,700 Black Lives Matter protests took place in the wake of George Floyd’s murder at the hands of a police officer...

Staff rants: spring break

On Asking the Real Questions What’s spring break? Is that a thing we’re supposed to have? -Jake Capriotti, Photo Editor On Gratitude I don’t know about the...

OPINION: De Blasio’s police reform is hollow and insufficient

After a summer swept by protests for racial justice and demonstrations demanding the New York Police Department be defunded and held accountable for its...

OPINION: Post-Trump, Republicans don’t stand for anything

“Do you miss me yet? Do you miss me?” After a five-week hiatus, the 45th President of the United States announced his presence at the...

I’m tired of being tired

It always happens when I receive bad news. I become numb. This uneasy feeling develops in my chest. I panic and gasp for air. Then,...

NYU must do more to help low-income students

Each year, NYU touts accepting their most diverse class ever, admitting a myriad of international students, first-generation college-attendees and students from underrepresented communities. This...

President Biden, cancel student loan debt

In a sharp departure from his centrist posturing during the Democratic primary, President Biden embraced the power of his office by signing more executive...

The NYPD’s war against racial justice protesters

Beaten with batons, assaulted with pepper spray, shoved to the ground and unlawfully arrested — these are only a few examples of the force...

Staff Rants and Raves: Vaccines

On Dystopian Experiences Gabby Lozano, Dining Editor Walking through the Javits Center made me feel like I was the main character in one of those dystopian...

We need a spring break

On Oct. 20, President Andrew Hamilton and Provost Katherine Fleming announced that 2021’s spring break would be replaced with two three-day weekends. This academic year...
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Steinhardt professor awarded Guggenheim fellowship

Susan Murray, a professor and the director of Graduate Studies at Steinhardt’s Department of Media, Culture, and Communication, was awarded a 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship...

Burnt-out students argue they deserve a normal spring break

Students continue to feel burnt out and unsupported by the university, as WSN previously reported. To ameliorate the issue, college deans from multiple schools sent...

NYU student groups organize against anti-Asian hate

When CAS junior Yijie “Frank” Huang saw plans in late March for rallies in response to a surge in violent anti-Asian hate crimes, he...

COVID-19 vaccine requirement pop-up was an error, NYU administration says

On April 8, Global Liberal Studies sophomore Dylan Yen saw a pop-up on the NYU Student Health Center portal stating that the COVID-19 vaccine...

Students will be able to digitally access 150,000 NYU Libraries books from their phones

NYU Libraries launched a pilot project last month to make more than 150,000 books available to faculty and students through SimplyE, a free e-reader...

NYU Langone concealed treatment costs

A Wall Street Journal investigation revealed late last month that NYU Langone Medical Center was using specialized computer code to prevent hospital pricing information...

NYU students embrace traditional foods during Ramadan

Last Monday marked the beginning of the Muslim holiday Ramadan. Prior to my conversations with my interviewees, I thought it was a holy month...

Chess Forum is home to Greenwich Village’s chess-playing community

Imad Khachan, the owner of Greenwich Village’s Chess Forum, wants all visitors to feel at home. He joked that the tiny wood-saturated shop has...

Meet Sunrise NYU: A youth driven movement fighting for a greener planet

If you’ve ever come across a group of students making protest signs in Washington Square Park or hanging environmental and social justice flyers around...

The student experience with exercise during COVID-19

When most gyms were closed, and people were stuck at home, the sedentary lifestyle had never been more prevalent. Since the start of the...

If you’re looking for comfort, come to Kent’s

In the search for bubble tea on a sunny fall day, my friends and I stumbled into the first location for boba we saw...

How K-pop groups create community during COVID-19

Whether it’s in an impromptu dance class in the space between your bed frame and your dresser or a filmed video with some friends...

‘Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets’ is an engrossing portrait of a community

Nowadays, most people associate documentaries with true crime Netflix originals — “Tiger King” was the first notable piece of quarantine media. Noting the success...

‘TINA’ review: transforming trauma into triumph

Before watching this film, I thought of Tina Turner’s hits, her commanding stage presence, and the domestic abuse she suffered by her former husband,...

Tisch New Theatre’s ‘Offstage’ shines a spotlight on stories often left untold

Whether it's auditions, interviews or classes, there are moments that ask us to tell the narratives of our lives. However, when the world is...

Listen to This: Singles from April 10-16

Welcome to the fresh face of what once was Weekly Radio Roundup. The essence of the Roundup remains the same, only with a new...

‘Bill Traylor: Chasing Ghosts’ review: A dry overview of an incredible artist

Barely stretching itself out to a 75-minute runtime, “Bill Traylor: Chasing Ghosts” is the perfect example of a documentary whose subject matter outshines its...

The ethereal experience of listening to ‘Notes with Attachments’

Blake Mills and Pino Palladino are no strangers to the pop music industry.  Mills, 34, has worked with artists from Fiona Apple to Vulfpeck to...

Meet the Students Behind the Mask

When you join this NYU club, you might be able to attend the premiere of a Broadway show for free or participate in a...

Why Heung-min Son Is My Favorite Player

My fandom for soccer began when I was five. It was the 2002 World Cup, and like everyone else in South Korea that summer,...

NYU Predicts: NFL Edition

The Kansas City Chiefs’ 34-20 victory against the Houston Texans opened the 2020 NFL season on Sept. 10. After opting out of having a...

The Bitterness of Leaving Unfinished Business Unfinished

When CAS senior Dillan Spector learned that fall sports were canceled, he had little time to rue the lost season. He had a decision...
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