Students Need Long-Term Reliable Internet Access

As the coronavirus pandemic has forced public and private schools across the country to move to remote learning, the number of students who don’t...

Staff Rants and Raves: Fruit

Rants On Eaten Fruits Anna-Dmitry Muratova, Deputy Managing Editor This is going to be an opinion as unpopular as my previous hot take on apples, however, this...

The Pandemic Calls for More Mental Health Care

Just weeks ago, NYU asked many of us to leave our dorms. COVID-19 was spreading rapidly and soon transformed the city into the next...

Making Room to Mourn the Ordinary During Extraordinary Times

This situation is unprecedented. Since December 2019, the coronavirus has devastated the globe, rampaging country after country at an exponential rate and bringing life...

Holding Leaders More Accountable in Crisis, Not Less

During this time of crisis, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo has become a figure of admiration for many Americans looking for a dependable...
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Some Professors Opt for Pre-Recorded Classes Amid Remote Instruction

Since the transition to online classes, several professors have started recording video lectures and posting them online for students to watch, as an alternative...

Fast-Fashion in the Face of the Coronavirus

Long before the coronavirus, the future for the fashion industry was grim. As the pandemic spread to Italy as the Fall 2020 fashion week...

A Short Guide to Big-Batch Cooking

As we all try to stay healthy by staying home, grocery store trips remain one of the most essential reasons to leave your house,...

No Gym? No Problem

The idea of exercising at home seemed appealing when it was cold and rainy in New York City. But now that we’ve transitioned to...

How NYU Students Are Social Distancing

It’s hard being back home after an abrupt end to the spring semester. It’s hard not being able to get Joe’s pizza after midnight....

‘Sidetalk’ Brings The Sidewalk to Life

The familiar chime of the closing subway doors sounds and you know you’re in for a ride, albeit a more figurative one. This isn’t...

Change Your Major, Change Your Life

As 17-year-olds, we’re asked to make the life-altering decision of choosing a potential major to study when we apply to universities. We’re expected to...

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The Principled Necessity of Tuition Reimbursement

On Monday, March 16, NYU President Andrew Hamilton announced the university would be transitioning to online classes due to the spread of the novel...

Record Store Day Is Rescheduled. Can It Still Survive?

April is the most glorious month of the year for vinyl junkies, veterans and rookies alike. Unheard live performances, digital album giants and new...

Dua Lipa’s Pop Escapism Arrived Just in Time

It’s day 17 of quarantine. My family and I are lethargically slumped in our rooms over our respective technological devices. We’re all in our...

‘Onward’: an Almost Satisfying Journey

Even when armed with a magical roster of centaurs, unicorns, goblins and all of the other fascinating creatures that make up the fantasies of...

‘Ghost Quartet’ Is in All of Us

In what seems to be a swanky, hole-in-the-wall lounge at the McKittrick Hotel, lit only by the candles on each table, a voice rises...

Dear Roman Polanski, Woody Allen and Harvey Weinstein: You Are Not The Victim

Content warning: this article addresses rape and sexual abuse against children. “Well done, pedophilia” echoed in the halls of the Salle Pleyel, the words chanted...

The Public Theater Talks Show Business and Social Issues

Remember the days when you could go out and enjoy live theatrical performances? From classic Broadway shows and funny off-Broadway shows in Midtown to...

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