‘Pokémon: Let’s Go’ Proves Satisfying Yet Unambitious

Hard as they seem to try, Game Freak just can’t make a bad Pokémon game — but there's nothing like the good old days.

NYU Does Not Track Suicides

NYU does not track student suicides from year to year, according to an email from university spokesperson John Beckman. An investigation by WSN found 16 confirmed cases of NYU student suicides since 1990. Although NYU...

Second Member of Langone Community Takes Own Life

Only five days after fourth-year radiology student Andrea Liu was found dead in her dorm room, another member of the NYU Langone Medical School community died by what is believed to be suicide on...

NYU Needs to Rename Steinhardt

Over the break, the nation’s headlines were filled with the name Steinhardt. Michael Steinhardt —  a retired hedge fund manager and namesake of NYU’s largest graduate school thanks to a $20 million donation —...

NYU Langone Student Takes Own Life in Residence Hall

Andrea Liu, a fourth-year student at NYU Langone Medical School, was found dead this morning in Vilcek Hall, an NYU residence hall in Kips Bay housing Langone graduate students. Liu’s body was found hanging from...

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...

On Our Coverage of Milo Yiannopoulos

Since it was announced that Milo Yiannopoulos was invited by Liberal Studies Professor Michael Rectenwald to speak for his class on Halloween, WSN has published content about the proposed event and its subsequent backlash....

What the Proponents of the BDS Resolution Don’t Want You to Know

Among factual inaccuracies and unfair proceedings, the BDS resolution seems less like a push for responsible investments and more like an intended attack on Israel.

NYU Should Reevaluate the LS Program

The Core Program at NYU’s Liberal Studies Program is designed to give students a broad foundation for future education, and primarily concerns itself with writing and ancient cultures. “A true core curriculum experience, emphasizing...

wagamama Next to Third North Officially Closes Doors

Brown packing paper now lines the glass windows of the wagamama across from Third Avenue North Residence Hall, officially marking the end of its East Village presence. The location on 55 Third Ave. opened...

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...

How a Tisch Junior Ended up Shooting for Chanel

Jason S. Lee likes to say that he’s lucky. After only a year of handling a camera, he won a Connecticut Regional Scholastic Art Award at 16. Only a few months later, Lee’s award-winning...
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