New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News


An illustration of two faces looking at each other. They are drawn with dark purple lines and the background is light purple. In between the heads, it says, ‘Dating @ N.Y.U.’ To the left there are smiling emojis with hearts around them, and to the right there are blue shivering face emojis.

Relationship roulette: Detecting the red and green flags at NYU

Dating at NYU is its own ball game. Our school color might be purple, but we all have our fair share of red and green flags.
Chinara Dorancy, Contributing Writer Nov 10, 2023

Dating at a college like NYU can be a thrilling adventure, whether you are swiping on countless dating apps or exploring new parts of Bobst Library in an effort to find your class...

A woman wearing a purple shirt and light blue jeans stands in front of a food stall, while a staff from N.Y.U. Eats stands behind it. Above the stall is a television screen displaying a menu of Halal food offered at Kimmel Marketplace.

The best options for halal diners to use up their meal swipes

Believe it or not, NYU actually has some pretty delicious options for us halal diners — all you have to do is find them.
Maryam Babar, Contributing Writer Nov 10, 2023

As a Muslim student at NYU, I know the struggle of finding halal dining options all too well, especially when your friend orders the most appetizing chicken sandwich with the...

A collage of two photographs. On the left is the interior of a cafe, on the right is a hand holding a cup of coffee with the words “Café Lyria” printed on it.

Café Lyria: The Greek coffee sweetheart of NoHo

Brothers Yannis and Theo Mastoros welcome all to their cafe, a love letter and reminder of their Greek roots.
Salena Tewari-Rubin, Contributing Writer Nov 9, 2023

Just about every five minutes, a customer at Café Lyria approaches restaurant co-owner Yannis Mastoros. Be it to say hi, give him a hug, catch up on life or discuss coffee beans,...

A recreation of the main stage of the “Saturday Night Live” set on display at a museum. There are three brown door-like frames against the back wall of the set. Musical instruments sit in the dark on the stage. On either side of the stage are television screens, both under an illuminated lamp attached to each side of the wall.

Live from New York: it’s your Saturday Night!

Whether you’re a longtime fan of the show or your favorite stars are hosting, here’s your best shot at making it into Studio 8H.
Dani Biondi, Contributing Writer Nov 7, 2023

If you’re tired of breaking the bank on a Saturday night out, or you found out that you missed Taylor Swift or Pedro Pascal hosting at NBC Studios the next day, try your hand...

There is a man sitting on a bench in a park. He is wearing a brown jacket and faded white pants.

Breeding entrepreneurship at NYU: Wesley Breed’s streetwear universe

Wesley Breed, Gallatin student and TikTok creator, has become an Asian streetwear pundit in NYU’s fierce fashion and social media scene.
Sabrina Lee, Identity & Equity Editor Nov 6, 2023

Three people are entering through a brown doorway. On the left side of the entrance, there is a sign that says, “OPEN,” and one that reads, “260 SAMPLE SALE.”

Luxury on a budget: Build your wardrobe shopping NYC sample sales

Sample sales are trending on TikTok and becoming increasingly popular in New York City. Here’s how you can take advantage of them and find some fun new pieces.
Grace Tan , Contributing Writer Nov 3, 2023

Almost everything in New York City is expensive, but one of the benefits of living in a fashion capital of the world is having access to some of the most fashionable clothing on...

Wegmans exterior with a line of Citi Bikes in front of a red fencing.

Wegmans at Astor Place brings a taste of suburbia to NYU

Students weigh in on the popular supermarket chain’s first Manhattan location.
Krish Dev and Mikaylah Du Nov 2, 2023

Trader Joe’s no longer holds a monopoly over NYU students' grocery lists, thanks to Wegmans which opened its first Manhattan location at Astor Place on Oct. 18. Sophomore...

An illustration of a girl wearing a yellow hat, blue scarf, blue-and-white socks and yellow gloves walking in front of the Bobst Library entrance.

Fall accessories: A guide to (pumpkin) spicing up your outfits

Don’t let the colder weather cramp your style. Elevate your fall fashion with these accessorizing tips.
Brianna Ly, Contributing Writer Nov 2, 2023

Just like the seasons, trends come and go. But colder weather on your walk to class shouldn’t stop you from being fashion-forward. Fall fashion means layers, so this season is...

A crowd on the street enjoying food with food stall tents on the sides of the road.

The must-try Japanese street foods from Japan Fes

From fluffy pancakes to takoyaki, Japan Fes offered an impressive range of classics and novelties. Here’s where you can find some in the city.
Lauren Ng, Contributing Writer Nov 1, 2023

The Manhattan food scene is already diverse and delicious, but throw in a Japanese food festival and the food frenzy spreads like wildfire. On Oct. 28, Japan Fes New York held...

The Village Halloween Parade returns on its 50th anniversary

The Village Halloween Parade returns on its 50th anniversary

Under the theme “Upside/Down : Inside/OUT!”, thousands of New Yorkers marched up Sixth Avenue in a celebration of authenticity and inclusivity.
Doga Usanmaz, Video Director Nov 1, 2023

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Spook-ify these sweet recipes for your Halloween night

This spooky recipe guide to Halloween sweets and treats has you covered whether you want to make spiderwebs or eyeballs.
Sar Perez, Contributing Writer Oct 31, 2023

Halloween is upon us and aside from devouring bags of fun-sized candy or relentlessly decorating our living rooms, we often forget that there are other ways we can make the season...

A beige shelf with succulents with pots that have ‘Day of the Dead’ artwork on them.

Bring the cozy fall vibes indoors with these five dorm decor ideas

Try these five decoration ideas to revamp your room with an affordable autumnal dorm makeover.
Sofia Aziz, Contributing Writer Oct 30, 2023

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