Dinner Date Horrors

Everyone has had that one date where something went horribly wrong. Maybe your date’s car broke down, your braces got caught on his when you kissed or maybe you accidentally ruined her favorite blouse....

NYU Endowment Eclipses $4 Billion, Cost of Attendance to Rise 2.7 Percent in 2018-2019

In a memorandum sent to the NYU community Monday afternoon, NYU released its annual budget proposal for the upcoming 2018-2019 academic year. The proposal will be subject to approval by the Board of Trustees...

Despite Decades of False Alarm, North Korea is No Joke

Ever since the demilitarized border split the Korean peninsula into two halves, jitters of war threats about how South Korea and the United States will be completely demolished with different firing weapons have come...

The Alternatives Issue

It’s easy to get stuck in routine: get up every morning, do the same things, think of things the same way. A routine is a routine, and it’s comforting. But sometimes getting off the...

NYU Foodstagrammers To Help You Navigate NYC’s Eats

“Wait! Don’t eat it. I need to take a picture of it.” Sound familiar? This “ritual” that may take place before any given meal originated two to three years ago and has since gained popularity,...

Volleyball Continues Downward Slump

The women’s volleyball team looked to restore stability to their season last night as they took on Stevens Institute of Technology at home at the Brooklyn Athletic Facility. They instead went quietly, going down...

Letter From the Editor: Future of Journalism

2018 was the deadliest year on record for the killing of journalists internationally. We heard of these horrific, politically-motivated tragedies, like that of the murder of Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi Arabian consulate in...

Hamilton’s Afternoon Tea Talking Points

Students enjoyed afternoon tea with NYU President Andrew Hamilton during his Tuesday, Oct. 18 town hall. Rather than following the traditional Q&A format, Hamilton preluded the session with a panel moderated by Vice Chancellor...

A Puerto Rican Perspective on Coming to NYU

Speaking Spanglish in one of the dining halls, sitting next to you in class or walking by you with a GPS app pulled up on their phones, eyes searching: new Boricuas are here at...

Despite Its POC Star Players, Sports Has a Race Problem

Last week, Moise Kean, a 19-year-old black Italian soccer player, was subjected to incessant racial abuse from opposing fans during Juventus’ match against Cagliari. After Kean scored Juventus’ second goal of the game, he...

The Clothing Co. and What You Didn’t Know About the Ethics of Fashion

The fashion industry is the second-largest industrial polluter worldwide, according to The Washington Post. Clothing is largely made of polyester, spandex, nylon and rayon — all of which can take from 20 to 200...

Art Business ‘Takes a Village’; Meet its Mayor, Tyler Cooperman

It is a Friday afternoon in the Financial District. The sun beats down at 86 degrees even though the forecast promised a more mild afternoon. On Beekman Street, Tyler Cooperman (who goes by Ty)...
Advertisement

Trending