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Washington Square News

Staff Rants: Nov. 8-14

Staff Rants: Nov. 8-14

By WSN Staff November 15, 2016
These post-election staff rants are guaranteed to make you laugh, cry and shove all of the kale in your house into the garbage.
Our Country Will Persevere

Our Country Will Persevere

By Andrew Heying, Contributing Writer November 15, 2016
Many in rural America voted for Trump not to turn against minorities, but because they feel as though they are the forgotten demographic.
Thanksgiving is the Holiday Champion

Thanksgiving is the Holiday Champion

By Thomas Price, Deputy Opinion Editor November 15, 2016
Thanksgiving is the eclectic mix of nostalgia, kindness, and kinship that we often forget over the course of the year.
Residence Hall Fire Drills Have Wrong Priorities

Residence Hall Fire Drills Have Wrong Priorities

By Jack Campbell, Contributing Writer November 14, 2016
It is ridiculous that the university creates an environment where students, who may or may not have alcohol in their room, fear getting written up in the midst of evacuating in an actual emergency.
Staff Rants: Week of Nov. 1-7

Staff Rants: Week of Nov. 1-7

By WSN Staff November 8, 2016
This week, our staff digs into the birth control double standard, bemoans the normalization of Trump and appeals to the all-but-lost R-E-S-P-E-C-T.
Hamilton’s Commitment to NYU Science Prestige Laudable

Hamilton’s Commitment to NYU Science Prestige Laudable

By Chuyu Xiong, Contributing Writer November 8, 2016
Hamilton’s effort to cultivate the sciences is a good sign not just for students or professors in the departments themselves, but also for the rest of the community to be more informed of NYU’s broad academic reach.
Joint Editorial: GW, Penn State and NYU Students Discuss Campus Activism

Joint Editorial: GW, Penn State and NYU Students Discuss Campus Activism

Students should remember the causes they fought for this semester and continue advocating after Election Day.
Male Contraceptive Study May Have Been Neutered, But Reflects Change

Male Contraceptive Study May Have Been Neutered, But Reflects Change

By Cara Zambrano, Staff Writer November 7, 2016
Though contraceptive equality is still a blurry possibility in our foreseeable future, it is reassuring to know that it may become a reality.
Scratch the Bobcat, “Violets” Are More Colorful

Scratch the Bobcat, “Violets” Are More Colorful

By Thomas Price, Staff Writer November 1, 2016
The Violet represents the same merit that Stanford has with the Cardinal, yet holds true to the flair and Bohemian culture of Greenwich Village.
Violets, Torches Are Dull, Embrace the Bobcat Instead

Violets, Torches Are Dull, Embrace the Bobcat Instead

By Paris Martineau, Deputy Opinion Editor November 1, 2016
Do we really want someone parading around our school as a previously poorly alliterated, bowel movement inducing fool? The Bobcat is obviously the only reasonable choice here.
Staff Rants: Oct. 25-Nov. 1

Staff Rants: Oct. 25-Nov. 1

By WSN Staff October 31, 2016
Our staff felt some bad vibes this week from the music industry, healthcare providers and umbrella-wielding New Yorkers. Read their takes below.
Scary Movies Too Boring? Try A Horror Game Instead

Scary Movies Too Boring? Try A Horror Game Instead

By Jack Campbell, Contributing Writer October 31, 2016
There are already a vast number of underappreciated horror games that are potentially more fun and scary to experience than horror films, so just give them a chance.