Incompetence and Disaster in the Democratic Party

On Feb. 6, President Trump was acquitted of his impeachment charges by the United States Senate. This was after the House of Representatives impeached him over a whistleblower’s complaint, claiming he asked Ukrainian President...

Interpreting Silence: What NYU’s Low Title IX Complaints Mean

On Jan. 27, the New York State Education Department released its data report on Title IX complaints from college campuses across the state. It is a result of the “Enough is Enough” law passed...

The University’s Place in the Climate Crisis

Wildfires have raged in Australia since Jul. 2019, killing 28 people and millions of animals. They have burned through the continent with about 12.35 million acres of land damaged, affecting every state. Experts say...

After 24 Years, NYU Athletic Director Will Step Down

Director of Athletics and Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs Christopher Bledsoe will step down from his roles in August after 24 years of service, it was announced on Wednesday. Bledsoe was brought on as...

A Semester in Review: NYU Continues to Prioritize Itself Over Students

Throughout the semester, we’ve been trying to understand NYU’s treatment of its students — more specifically, whether NYU is implicitly pro- or anti-student. A pro-student university acts in its students’ best interests as often...

Women’s Basketball Enjoys Fruitful Start to Season

The women’s basketball team is enjoying a strong start to the 2019-20 season, with a 6-1 overall record. Averaging 92 points per game, the Violets have focused on their three-point shooting and scoring in transition....

The Weeknd Is Back and Badder Than Ever

After months of teasing, an Instagram hiatus and making his fans wait with bated breath through a two-hour radio show, The Weeknd finally dropped two new singles last week. The elusive rhythm and blues...

NYU Trend Report: Winter Edition

Although chilly weather and chilling finals have most college students scrambling for their sweats, NYU students still strive for style. Below are some of the trends you’ll be sure to see while dashing through...

How NYU Wellness Sees Itself — and Why That Image Is Wrong

On Thursday, NPR tweeted out an article by WGBH News, a Boston-based radio station, calling NYU’s wellness services “a national model.” The article, the final part of a four-part series, discussed NYU’s response to...

Written in the Stars: Student-Run Shop Curates Whimsical Pieces

A quick scroll through CAS junior Annalise Dragonetti’s Instagram is an inside look into her personal aesthetic as well as her business’ — moody, earthy tones with touches of cosmology and astrology. She manages...

Student Influencers React to Instagram’s New Like-Hiding Policy

Instagram was changed forever on Nov. 14 when the company decided to hide the amount of likes a user gets on their post. Now, the number of likes can only be viewed by the...

‘No Two Latinxs Are the Same’: Afro-Latinx Academics Carve Out Their Space at NYU

“I was constantly told that I was too dark to be Latina,” Kim DePass said. DePass’ complexion makes others perceive her to be African-American. That isn’t a bad thing; it’s just that she isn’t...
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