NYU's Independent Student Newspaper

Washington Square News

NYU's Independent Student Newspaper

Washington Square News

NYU's Independent Student Newspaper

Washington Square News

Influential 2015

Influential 2015

December 10, 2015

Sana Mayat

Sana Mayat

By Audrey Deng, Arts Editor December 10, 2015

The students of the University of Missouri protested on Nov. 9 over the lack of response addressing racism on campus. As a result, their president resigned. One week later, NYU President John Sexton organized...

Noah Geib

Noah Geib

By Tommy Collison, Opinion Editor December 10, 2015

While most students are concerned with grades, GPAs and getting a good job after college, other students are looking at the bigger picture. But Tandon sophomore Noah Geib is not a single-issue student....

Nina Vizcarrondo

Nina Vizcarrondo

By Anne Cruz, Copy Chief December 10, 2015

Volunteers at the St. George Greenmarket in Staten Island are hard at work. During a chilly Saturday morning, they distribute electronic benefit and SNAP cards for eligible customers to buy fresh produce....

Arielle Andrews

Arielle Andrews

By Grace Halio, Deputy Features Editor December 10, 2015

NYU saw the largest public demonstration in its history taking place at the steps of the Kimmel lobby on Nov. 16. Arielle Andrews, CAS senior and president of the Black Student Union at NYU for two years,...

Terri Burns

Terri Burns

By Alex Bazeley, News Editor December 10, 2015

Terri Burns wants to talk. With long braids falling across her shoulders, you can often find Burns, the president of [email protected] and a CAS senior, tapping away at her computer — though it’s more likely...

So what are we?

So what are we?

November 30, 2015

This year marks the 89th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Guide to Thanksgiving in the city

By Mallori Albright, Staff Writer November 24, 2015
Not going home for Thanksgiving? There are plenty of things to do around the city to usher in the holiday season.

On the Job: Kathy Wu

By Sherrilyn Ling, Contributing Writer November 24, 2015
The On the Job series continues with Kathy Wu, who works as a part-time intern for JPMorgan Chase, but doesn't let that get in the way of her NYU activities.

Affordability, sustainability, gender at center of SSC agenda

By Bryna Shuman, Editor-at-Large November 23, 2015

This semester, the Student Senators Council created three new task forces for the 2015-2016 year to oversee topics students identified as the most important. Through student feedback from all schools,...

Transparency of student government still not entirely clear

By Lexi Faunce, Deputy News Editor November 23, 2015

While attempting to be more transparent this semester, the Students Senators Council has fallen short on some promises. In September, the SSC launched Project 49 in an effort to develop avenues for communication...