Video Assistant Referee in the 2018 FIFA World Cup

The use of Video Assistant Referees is seen as controversial by many soccer players, coaches and fans. Earlier this month, FIFA — the global soccer governance body — announced that VAR will be used...

Exposure | New York City: Day to Night

As a freshman coming from a small suburb in Massachusetts, moving to New York City has been the most drastic life change yet. Before starting school, I didn’t know if I could get used to...

NYU Should Shut Down the College Republicans

In his latest “Our NYU” email, President Andrew Hamilton encouraged students to be reasonable and respectful towards each other. But in the same letter, the president proved diffident toward the College Republicans, who invited...

Rainey Tops Off Senior Year With Two National Championship

Ian Rainey capped off his collegiate swimming career in style at the 2018 National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III Swimming and Diving National Championships by winning two national titles over a two-day span. With...

When Katz Met Delicatessen

Sally Albright of “When Harry Met Sally” demonstrated that women can fake orgasms — and fake them well — as she groaned, gasped and let out a few “oh yeahs.” This orgasmic scene would...

Six Spots For Bottomless, Boozy Brunch

Editor's note: Washington Square News does not endorse underage drinking. Only take the drink recommendations below if you are of legal drinking age. Three words: Boozy. Bottomless. Brunch. For students looking to unwind after finals...

Dress for a Fluid Future

Levi’s has found itself once again making waves with its classic denim. Founded in 1853 by Levi Strauss, Levi’s has a history of many pioneering moments. After finding the recipe for the perfect blue...

Our Nukes Are Less Secure Than My Bike Is

Former president John F. Kennedy argued in 1960 that the development “of a relatively small hydrogen warhead made missiles the key to future military power.” Kennedy ran for president in 1960 on a supposed...

Rivalries Run Deep for NYU Athletics

Rivalries and sports are interdependent: one cannot exist without the other. For NYU Athletics, this is no different. Whether it was historic football matches against the University of Missouri or intense basketball games at...

Students Run Wild for Naruto

It was a sight to behold: an estimated 30 to 40 people running under the Washington Square Arch with their arms stretched out behind their backs in the style of the well-known anime character Naruto. On Sept. 8, CAS sophomore Iffat...

No Applause for Adulting

Adulting is hard. For college students beginning to embark on a journey to independence, every small step — doing dishes, washing clothes — can feel like an accomplishment. Wanting to reward oneself for doing...

‘White Genocide’ Drexel Professor Taken on as Visiting Scholar

Former Drexel University professor George Ciccariello-Maher, who drew controversy last year for tweeting, “All I Want for Christmas is White Genocide,” has been taken on as a visiting scholar at NYU Tisch School of...
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