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Washington Square News

NYU's Independent Student Newspaper

Washington Square News

Walk the Moon album sounds too familiar

By Zane Warman, Staff Writer December 4, 2014
A review of Walk the Moon's latest album, "Talking is Hard."
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Exhibitions to explore over winter break

By Alex Greenberger, Arts Editor December 4, 2014
Art exhibitions make for the perfect way to spend a cold, wintry day over the break
Exhibit offers urban solutions

Exhibit offers urban solutions

By Audrey Deng, Staff Writer December 2, 2014
This show at MoMA features many artists' models of futuristic urban design.
Sturtevant show reveals beauty in copies

Sturtevant show reveals beauty in copies

By Alex Greenberger, Arts Editor November 26, 2014
"Sturtevant: Double Trouble" looks at a little-known appropriation artist
Minimalism shines in ‘Alchemy’

Minimalism shines in ‘Alchemy’

By Carter Glace, Contributing Writer November 25, 2014
Julie Hedrick interprets history and science through paintings in "Alchemy."
Special proves Peretti’s comedic power

Special proves Peretti’s comedic power

By Sidney Butler, Contributing Writer November 18, 2014
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star Chelsea Peretti delivers laughs and poignant social media commentary in her new Netflix special.
‘Moun Room’ offers immersive gallery experience

‘Moun Room’ offers immersive gallery experience

By Mary Ann Odete, Contributing Writer November 18, 2014
Thomas Houseago's "Moun Room" installation is an intimate and immersive experience.
Vimeo showrunners talk series creation

Vimeo showrunners talk series creation

By Ife Olujobi, Entertainment Editor November 13, 2014
Katja Blichfeld and Ben Sinclair discuss their show "High Maintenance" and marijuana legalization
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‘Broad City’ features realistic female characters

By Sidney Butler, Staff Writer November 6, 2014
"Broad City" features three-dimensional female characters
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Joan Rivers’ feminist legacy still felt today

By Sean Hickey, Staff Writer November 6, 2014
Joan Rivers paved the way for female comedians to start exploring feminist issues
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GamerGate exposes sexism in gaming world

By Carter Glace, Contributing Writer November 6, 2014
GamerGate brings to light the gaming world's sexism
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TV shows lack antiheroines

By Zack Grullon, Staff Writer November 6, 2014
In a TV landscape dominated by male antiheroes, where are all the antiheroines?