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Visitors crowd the Annual Feast of San Gennaro, held in Little Italy. Despite the name of the neighborhood, the Italian population in Little Italy has been decreasing and replaced by white collar workers. (Staff Photo by Jake Capriotti)
The Feast of San Gennaro bodes ill for Little Italy
By Alex Tran, Deputy Culture Editor • September 21, 2021
Staff Rants: Met Gala 2021
Staff Rants: Met Gala 2021
September 15, 2021
181 Mercer St., located between Bleecker and West Houston Streets, is NYUs new multi-use building. The building is expected to open in fall 2022. (Staff Photo by Manasa Gudavalli)
Controversial 181 Mercer building now slated for fall 2022 opening
By Aneesh Kumar, Staff Writer • September 24, 2021
Students have reported that NYU’s Counseling and Wellness Services have improved in the past year. To make it more accessible, the department added 30 counselors and removed the cap on the number of sessions allowed for students. (Photo by Carolina Herrera)
Students argue for hybrid mental health services
By Rachel Fadem, Deputy News Editor • September 23, 2021
Police and guards surround the Tandon campus in Brooklyn. An individual was shot near 6 Metrotech on Tuesday afternoon. (Staff Photo by Arnav Binaykia)
NYU student shot on Brooklyn campus
By Arnav Binaykia, Rachel Cohen, Rachel Fadem, and Suhail Gharaibeh September 21, 2021
Jamie Margolin, an NYU sophomore, launches a high school scholarship that aims to push the discussion of climate justice. Applicants are asked to think about steps to take for climate justice. (Image courtesy of Jamie Margolin)
‘A Costco food sample of climate justice’: Tisch sophomore Jamie Margolin launches scholarship
By Laura Beard, Contributing Writer • September 21, 2021
The statue of Marsha P. Johnson, decorated in a wreath and flowers, stands in Christopher Park. This monument honoring the gay liberation pioneer was installed by a local artist without city authorization. (Staff Photo by Sirui Wu)
Guerrilla memorial is NYC’s first statue of a trans person
By Rachel Cohen, Deputy News Editor • September 20, 2021
The Soapbox is a weekly news column rounding up stories worth reading for a global university. (Staff Illustration by Susan Behrends Valenzuela)
The Soapbox: Russia, Philippines, Tunisia
By Suhail Gharaibeh, Deputy News Editor • September 20, 2021
Skincare is grossly underrated. This six-step routine is affordable and simple to integrate into your routine. (Staff Photo by Jake Capriotti)
Joey’s skincare routine for sensitive bitches
By Joey Hung, Beauty & Style Editor • September 24, 2021
Salsa learners gather at Washington Square Park for their lesson. Free salsa lessons are scheduled between 5:30pm to 8:00pm every Tuesday till the end of September. (Photo by Maria Freyre)
Salsa dance classes bring spice to Washington Square Park
By Maria Freyre, Contributing Writer • September 22, 2021
Visitors crowd the Annual Feast of San Gennaro, held in Little Italy. Despite the name of the neighborhood, the Italian population in Little Italy has been decreasing and replaced by white collar workers. (Staff Photo by Jake Capriotti)
The Feast of San Gennaro bodes ill for Little Italy
By Alex Tran, Deputy Culture Editor • September 21, 2021
Mooncakes are a dessert that are eaten in some countries to celebrate the Mid-Autumn festival. The festival, which begins tomorrow, is an important holiday in Asian cultures that honors unity and family. (Staff Photo by Alexandra Chan)
More than a mooncake: Students celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival with beloved dessert
By Gabby Lozano, Dining Editor • September 20, 2021
Theres a giant box filled with condoms at every NYU residence hall. This article will help you find the perfect one in this mountain of options. (Staff Photo and Illustration by Alex Tran)
Ranked: NYU dorm condoms
By The Culture Desk September 20, 2021
The Smith continues to be a popular dinner spot for NYU students. New mandates and recommendations have changed the way you can expect to dine in the city. (Staff Photo by Jake Capriotti)
Dining indoors during COVID-19, safely-ish
By Gabby Lozano, Dining Editor • September 17, 2021
Expectations are high for the New York Giants, who have not made an appearance in the playoffs in four years. Managing players and strategy will be crucial for the team to find success this season. (Staff Illustration by Manasa Gudavalli)
Five priorities for the Giants this season
By Ethan Hourizadeh, Staff Writer • August 30, 2021
As sports resume following the pandemic suspension, NYU’s athletics programs have brought on new coaches and leadership. Teams with new coaches include women’s soccer, men’s basketball, cross country, and track and field. (Illustration by Deborah Alalade)
New faces in NYU athletics
By Mitesh Shrestha and Ethan Hourizadeh August 25, 2021
The Knicks proved their doubters wrong in the 2020-21 season, finishing 41-31 and making the playoffs. This offseason is key to continuing their success. (Staff Illustration by Manasa Gudavalli)
What's next for the Knicks?
By Ethan Hourizadeh, Staff Writer • June 30, 2021
NYU men’s and women’s golf teams have seen immense success in recent years. On April 28th, Katie Rudolph was formally introduced as the new head coach of the NYU men’s and women’s golf team. (Staff Illustration by Debbie Alalade)
Katie Rudolph hired as head coach of NYU men’s and women’s golf teams
By Mitesh Shrestha, Sports Editor • May 7, 2021
The Knicks are a staple of sports and entertainment in New York City. Recent wins for the team have created excitement for the residents of the city. (Illustration by Renee Shohet)
When the Knicks win, New York wins
By Ethan Hourizadeh, Contributing Writer • May 6, 2021
The Bobcat has been NYUs mascot since the late 1980s. There are only two rules in mascoting — never speak when you are in the suit and do not take the suit off in public unless you are with your assistant. (Illustration by Alice La)
Meet the Students Behind the Mask
By Kevin Ryu, Sports Editor • September 28, 2020
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