‘Aamis’ Team on Their Flesh-Eating Romance at Tribeca

For all the surprises it holds, “Aamis,” writer and director Bhaskar Hazarika’s latest film, looks regrettably generic at first glance. A married clinician named Nirmali (Lima Das) and a younger man, Ph.D. scholar Sumon...

Don’t Punish Female Athletes for Being Too Good

On Wednesday, the highest governing body in international sports, the Court of Arbitration for Sport, said that female track athletes with naturally high levels of testosterone could not compete as women in certain major...

Sustainable Restaurants Persist, Despite Some Consumer Apathy

The average customer walking into Bell Book & Candle in Greenwich Village will never know that the majority of the ingredients — 60%, according to executive chef John Mooney — used at the restaurant...

The Problem With Productivity

We’ve got a productivity problem. Checking off items on our to-do lists is strangely euphoric, and suspiciously addictive. While getting things done isn’t a bad thing, there’s a dark side to our preoccupation with...

Noëlle Santos Brings Books Back to the Bronx

After coming across a petition in 2014 to save Barnes & Noble — the lone surviving bookstore in the Bronx — Noëlle Santos knew she had to do something. That Barnes & Noble location...

Allowing for Ronell’s Return Creates Culture of Contradiction

This past week, WSN reported on a professor returning to teach at NYU this coming fall after she was accused of sexual harassment by former graduate student Nimrod Reitman. Avital Ronell, a Professor of...

From Georgia With Love and a Camera

Standing in front of the camera against a white brick wall, Eric Hart erupts into giggles when he is forced to stand as the camera’s subject. His hands shield his face. Back safely behind the...

Grey Art Gallery Pays Tribute to the Art That Came From Stonewall

Commemorating 50 years since the Stonewall riots that helped ignite the modern gay rights movement, NYU’s Grey Art Gallery is now showing “Art After Stonewall: 1969-1989,” which opened with a public reception on April...

NYU Trend Report: Colors and Textiles Edition

NYU students are notorious for their refusal to ascribe to the stereotypical college uniform of sweats and a Jansport. Here are some color and textile trends students are either loving or leaving behind. IN Neon Nice and...

Out, Proud and Graduating: Lavender Graduation 2019

The second annual Lavender Graduation — a ceremony dedicated to graduating LGBTQ students — was held on the 10th floor of the Kimmel Center for University Life on Wednesday. Director of NYU’s LGBTQ Center Chris...

Commemorating Lives Lost in the Attacks in Sri Lanka

The world awoke on Sunday to the news that at least 290 people had been killed, and more than 500 had been injured, in what can only be described as a disaster of horrific...

Students Show Affinity for Astrology

“Good morning. I’m Ms. Stielau, and I’m an Aquarius.” At the start of the spring semester, Media, Culture, and Communications TA Anna Stielau introduced herself to a lecture hall of MCC students by identifying herself...
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