A Toast to Teachers

Once upon a time, in the mystical land of Fair Pay, teachers were paid a livable wage. They didn’t have to work three jobs...

Staff Rants and Raves: October

Rants On Getting Older By Alexandria Johnson, Deputy News Editor Even though October is my birth month, I don't really look forward to it. I think it's...

Trump Is Trying to Dilute the Meaning of Impeachment

Impeachment is finally upon us. From scandal to scandal, the country has been waiting to see when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi would pull the...

The Myth of Unpaid Internships

The 2020 Democratic primary has presented a plethora of candidates, each one pledging to improve the political and social dysfunction in the United States....

NYC Law Enforcement Needs to be Held Accountable

Oriel Ceballos, a local artist who frequently displays his work in Washington Square Park, was violently arrested last week by law enforcement. A video...
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Vaping Linked to Cancer in Mice, NYU Study Says

In the first study to link vaping to lung cancer, researchers at NYU Langone Medical Center found that e-cigarette vapor can cause lung cancer...

Mediocre MILK Makeup

In the world of dewy complexions and multi-use products, MILK Makeup is one of those beauty brands that everyone knows and loves. With its...

Restaurant Face-Off: Tortaria vs. El Canterino

Mood lighting, lively music and happy hour are all standard fare at El Cantinero and its neighboring competitor, Tortaria, but that’s where the similarities...

The Favorite Campus Food Stops for NYU Faculty

In the rush between classes, students have plenty of options for sustenance: Mediterranean fare from Kimmel Marketplace, a spicy chicken sandwich from Weinstein Food...

Sweet Escape: The Best Places to Pick Apples Near New York City

Overwhelmed during midterm season? Take a break from your stresses and indulge in a relaxing Northeastern pastime: picking your own apples. Here are four...

The Ins and Outs of Transition Weather Outfits

https://youtu.be/jQTfTVcuUGM It’s that awkward time of year again when the weather goes from 40 degrees Fahrenheit to 70 degrees between your 8 a.m. and 11...

For Dorm Fish Parents, Emotional Connections Are Worth the Time Investment

“This is Martin,” CAS sophomore Jake Schneebaum said, holding a picture of his late betta fish. “He was an angel. May he rest in...

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Editor's Picks

Why Doesn’t NYU Release a Full Financial Report?

NYU’s recently published 2017 tax returns show that the university has made some questionable financial decisions — like overpaying former university administrators and underfunding...

‘Memory: The Origins of Alien’ — An Otherworldly Collaboration

This year marks the 40th anniversary of “Alien,” and director Alexander O. Philippe is leading the festivities. On Oct. 4, Philippe’s new documentary “Memory:...

‘El Camino’ a Poignant and Satisfying Conclusion

“El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” is a rare pleasure. It is a sequel film that relies not on nostalgia or name-recognition but instead...

Arts Issue Fall 2019

‘The Cave’: A Dreary Ode to Hope

“Keep on smiling for the children, it’s the least we can do,” says Dr. Amani Ballor, as the walls of the Cave ring with...

‘Parasite’: The Movie Experience of the Year

Bong Joon-ho’s "Parasite" is not for the polite, the critic with folded hands or the reserved, well-postured movie-goer who blinks regularly. This year’s Palme...

Lauv Emphasizes Mental Health at Terminal 5

Pop musician and Steinhardt grad Lauv has emphasized that his upcoming album, “How I’m Feeling,” will focus on his personal experience with mental illness....

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