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NYU's Independent Student Newspaper

Washington Square News

NYU's Independent Student Newspaper

Washington Square News

Hidden Places

Hidden Places

By Veronica Liow, Assistant Managing Editor January 29, 2018

In a place as large as New York City, there are countless hidden places for residents to explore. Whether you choose to stay in Manhattan or stray to a different borough, there is always more to uncover...

Uncovering NYU Tandon

By Tyler Crews, Opinion Editor January 29, 2018

The Tandon School of Engineering may be seen as one of NYU’s greatest mysteries — at least to Washington Square students. Many studying on the Manhattan campus know very little about the facilities...

Hidden Exposure: In the City

Hidden Exposure: In the City

By Katie Peurrung, Deputy Photo Editor January 29, 2018
Elizabeth Street Garden is an eclectic urban oasis.
Hidden Art

Hidden Art

By Pamela Jew, Deputy Managing Editor January 29, 2018

Many of New York City’s best kept secrets are hidden in plain sight. You could be passing them on your everyday commute to class or see them but not think twice about the history they hold. The city...

Five Things We Want to See From NYU in 2018

Five Things We Want to See From NYU in 2018

By WSN Editorial Board January 22, 2018
We put together five New Years Resolutions for NYU.
NYU Divest and NYU SLAM attempted conversations with some members of the Board of Trustees with limited success.

Divest and SLAM Confront High-Profile Trustees in Kimmel

By Alex Domb, Deputy News Editor December 11, 2017

Members of NYU Divest and the Student Labor Action Movement occupied exits of the Kimmel Center for University Life to track down trustees following Tuesday’s Board of Trustees meetings. The organizations...

Grace Moon

By Abigail Weinberg, Editor-in-Chief December 7, 2017

Grace Moon has the kind of adventurous spirit that leads someone to ride the subway to random stops and pop out to take photographs of whatever she finds. Her curiosity makes her a great reporter, and...

Jackson Tisi

By Miranda Levingston, News Editor December 7, 2017

As 450 people gathered in front of his camera, Jackson Tisi, in his signature way, focused his lens on others. Like he’d done many times before — as the media captain of the Welcome Week Student Leadership...

Cadence Daniels

By Maddie Howard, Sports Editor December 7, 2017

Cadence Daniels is iridescent. She is the definition of poise. When the students at the National Society of Black Engineers Executive Board meeting address their leadership, it is clear they’re looking...

RJ Khalaf

By Natasha Roy, Assistant Managing Editor December 7, 2017

Leadership. Faith. Football. RJ Khalaf’s passions are varied, but they all center around his desire to weave positivity into his surroundings. Though his passions don’t always mesh well together,...

The Pets Issue

The Pets Issue

By Natasha Roy, Assistant Managing Editor December 4, 2017
Many college students feel petsick when they leave home. This issue is an ode to all the animal pals we leave behind to go to school in this city — and the ones we bring into our lives when we get here.

Petsick at NYU

By Kaitlyn Wang, Features Editor December 4, 2017

I have lived without my dog, Tucker, by my side more than I have lived with seeing him every day. I know just how much to miss him without overwhelming myself with fondness and the same sort of aching...