New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

Police officers in what look like biker helmets stand around the entrance to a subway station. Behind them, people are marching. One person holds a small Palestinian flag, and two hold up posters.
NYU students join hundreds at Columbia pro-Palestinian encampment
April 19, 2024
Four people toast over dinner.
The Dinner Party Issue | Under the Arch Magazine
March 31, 2024
The exterior of the Morton Williams Supermarket, with a prominent red lettering that reads Morton Williams at the top of the building and the phrase The Fresh Marketplace beneath it.
How a supermarket became the center of NYU’s relationship with the Village
A stylized illustration of a building with collaged newspaper clippings from old WSN printed issues. (illustration by Aaliya Luthra)
Celebrating 50 years of the Washington Square News
A graphic with three strips of excerpts from a lawsuit document against a background of players competing on a volleyball court. The court has the logo of N.Y.U. Athletics in the middle.
How Stuart Robinson’s misconduct went overlooked for years
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A man holding a red and blue pro-Trump banner in front of a building with the words CRIMINAL COURT BUILDING on it.
Max Azzarello, man who died after self-immolating outside Trump trial, distributed pamphlets with NYU-related conspiracies
April 22, 2024
Students protesting in Washington Square Park holding signs that say “YOUTH VS. FOSSIL FUELS BIDEN PICK A SIDE,” “THIS IS CODE RED,” “END FOSSIL FUELS,” “CLIMATE JUSTICE NOW” and more.
Students urge NYU to ‘implement stronger initiatives’ against fossil fuel industry
April 22, 2024
An illustration of the Washington Square Arch, surrounded by green bushes in front of several pastel-colored buildings. On top of one building is a purple flag reading N.Y.U., and on top of another is a red flag reading W.S.N. The sky is colored with a pastel-pink gradient.
What to do this week: A plant-based food festival, an Earth Day opera and more
April 21, 2024
An illustration of a pair of legs wearing light blue jeans and teal shoes with white stripes standing on a wooden box with the “W.S.N.” logo on it. In the background are trees and various colorful buildings.
The Soapbox: Olympic concerns in France, Indigenous festival in Australia, soccer federation scandal in Spain
April 19, 2024
Two men walk past the exterior of a brick building.
How students at NYU find community during Passover
April 22, 2024
A photograph of jeans, a pink shirt and a black shirt with buttons, with illustrated hands, sewing needle, thread, measuring tape and paintbrush.
Repair and rewear: 5 ways to upcycle your summer wardrobe
April 22, 2024
Three people looking at products inside a store.
From snacks to skincare, Tesolife is a hidden gem
April 19, 2024
The exterior of Scarr’s Pizza, with a sign that says “Scarr’s Pizza,” and two people inside.
The best way to go on a pizza crawl across Manhattan
April 19, 2024
An illustration of an albums black-and-white cover depicts a woman crossing her arms and lying down on a bed, with the words THE TORTURED POETS DEPARTMENT above her.
Review: ‘The Tortured Poets Department’ is a humanizing and chaotic chronicle of heartbreak
April 22, 2024
A girl pictured wearing a green sweater, dark jeans and red socks sits on the ground holding her hands together.
Review: girl in red’s ‘I’M DOING IT AGAIN BABY!’ freshly approaches artistic development
April 22, 2024
A woman with black hair, wearing a black shirt and black leather jacket, stands in front of a gray tiled wall.
Q&A: Miki Berenyi on ‘Fingers Crossed’ and the new chapter of her life
April 22, 2024
On a bright magenta background is a neon red-headed girl in a red and black dress, black sheer tights, and black ankle boots, sitting on the ground reaching for a white teacup filled with a dark, coffee-colored liquid.
Review: ‘Fingers Crossed’ is a stripped portrait of a shoegaze icon
April 19, 2024
A mural of a woman’s face holding up a chain with the word “LOISAIDA” and a gold cityscape. The words “el bohio murals” and “#BRINGARTBACK” are next to the woman alongside the words “CURATED BY … THRIVECOLLECTIVE.ORG.”
Activists’ 25-year fight to revive an East Village community center
The Charas Community Center served East Village residents for years before a new owner emptied the space. But the building’s recent purchase has locals hopeful the center will make a return.
An illustration of purple players participating in volleyball, basketball, soccer and track on a yellow background.
Men’s volleyball advances to Final Four for the first time, tennis sweeps on Senior Day and other news
April 22, 2024
The N.Y.U men’s volleyball team celebrates by huddling together and jumping with their hands raised.
Men’s volleyball win UVC Championship
April 19, 2024
Opinion: The case for closing NYU’s Tel Aviv site
Mehr Kotval, Staff Writer • April 22, 2024
Guest Essay: From square one to Washington Square, your voice matters
Angela Chou, Guest Contributor • April 19, 2024
Opinion: Stern has a designated ‘lunch hour,’ other schools should too
Polina Tyurikova, Contributing Writer • April 18, 2024
Opinion: NYU needs to bring back mandatory standardized testing
Noah Zaldivar, Deputy Opinion Editor • April 17, 2024