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NYU's Independent Student Newspaper

Washington Square News

NYU's Independent Student Newspaper

Washington Square News

Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development Commencement '16

Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development Commencement ’16

By Audrey Deng, Deputy Managing Editor May 17, 2016
Undergraduates from the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development held their commencement ceremony on May 17 in the infamous Beacon Theatre.
Changes in Faculty and Staff from the 2009-2010 to 2014-2015 academic school year.

How NYU’s Student Demographics Have Changed

By Audrey Deng, Deputy Managing Editor May 2, 2016
If we want to measure just how NYU is changing, student demographics are the place to start.

Generations on Generations

By Abigail Weinberg, Deputy Features Editor May 2, 2016
How do the generations really perceive each other?
What Nannies Are Saying About the Upcoming Generation

What Nannies Are Saying About the Upcoming Generation

By Ankita Bhanot, Dining Editor May 2, 2016
Nannies are firsthand witnesses to the growth of the next generation. Our dining editor talks to NYU students who work as nannies about how this new generation of city kids is being brought up.

Students Wary of New Sexual Assault Law in Face of Increased Reports

By Christine Lee, Contributing Writer February 25, 2016
Students are concerned that the "Yes Means Yes" sexual assault policy may create more confusion than clarity.
Prague: Studying Abroad With Social Anxiety

Prague: Studying Abroad With Social Anxiety

By Mariah Melendez, Contributing Writer February 11, 2016
Studying abroad may be a refreshing experience for those struggling with social anxiety and depression.
#makeamericagreatagain isn't our average American art exhibition.

Political Art Gallery Uses Satire to #makeamericagreatagain

By Hannah Starke, Contributing Writer February 11, 2016
Multimedia gallery #makeamericagreatagain explores fear in the digital age of political media.
Buenos Aires: The Uncultured American

Buenos Aires: The Uncultured American

By Stephanie D'agostini, Contributing Writer February 11, 2016
What happens when a citizen of a country know for its multiplicity of cultures journeys to a country with a defined culture? In this article, America meets Buenos Aires.
It's not hard to fall in love when you're abroad...but maybe with not what you think.

Prague: Czech-ing the Menu for Love

By Charlotte Sparacino, Contributing Writer February 11, 2016
Studying in Prague is a foodie's dream come true.

Introducing the WSN Abroad Desk

By Grace Halio, Abroad Editor February 11, 2016
WSN's Abroad Desk goes live. Our newest desk showcases students' experiences studying abroad at NYU's global sites, from personal narratives to video stories.
A modern classic, Clueless is one of many options to watch on Netflix this Valentine's Day.

What to Watch on Valentine’s Day, Depending on Your Relationship Status

By Lily Dolin, Staff Writer February 11, 2016
Netflix recommendations to keep you occupied this Valentine's Day.
Even with a map in hand, Thomas Devlin found out that navigating London was harder than he thought.

London: Making My Way Downtown, or Not?

By Thomas Devlin, Staff Writer February 10, 2016
Learning how to navigate a city all over again is not as easy as it seems, as this writer will soon discover after getting lost in the streets of London.