Eat Your Way Around Each Dorm: Cookies

After a whirlwind of politics, headlines and not to mention the start of new semester, everyone could use a cookie right now. There are many great cookie places close to campus, so you don’t...

Bob Ross Event Reflected Philosophy

*To celebrate the start of the spring semester, the Student Resource Committee hosted a tribute to everyone’s favorite military-sergeant-turned-inspirational-art-teacher, Bob Ross, as a part of Spring Welcome Week. While streaming his painting tutorials via...

Dethroning Kale As the Trendiest Green

Kale. This may be your fifth time reading something about kale and, because you live in a city obsessed with the newest health trends, you have probably consumed something with this leafy green in...

Fishing for ‘Bait’ Amid Oscar’s Diversity Push

Ninety years, 84 percent white, and 69 percent male — this is the current makeup of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences after inviting a record 928 members this past June. Notorious...

Why I Keep Talking to White People About Racism

And minorities should be able to respond to racism their own way, without any judgment.

LIU Brooklyn Lockout Sets Dangerous Precedent

When classes started at Long Island University’s Brooklyn campus last Wednesday, students were missing one rather important thing: their professors. Around 400 faculty members had their access to the school’s facilities revoked after contract...

NYU Divest Occupying Administrative Elevator in Bobst until Demands Met

Twelve members of NYU Divest are occupying the administrative elevator in the Elmer Holmes Bobst Library until several demands are met by the university. This action comes in response to a letter the group...

Native American Group Protests Columbus Day

While most students know Christopher Columbus as the European explorer who discovered America, his less glamorous history is often overlooked. Columbus Day has become a controversial national holiday because of the immense loss of...

Stern Professor Lays Out Progressive Vision for Congress

Entering Suraj Patel’s East Village apartment, I am greeted by three millennial-aged staffers hanging around a kitchen counter. Before one of them can tell me Patel will be back in a minute, he strides...

Women’s Basketball Kicks Off Season With Rocky Win

Traveling across the Hudson River to take on a top-25 team to start a season is no small task, but the NYU women’s basketball team was ready. The Violets defeated the Stevens Institute of...

Brooms, Beaters and Bludgers: NYU Quidditch Makes Magic on the Field

It’s a cold fall morning in Rochester, New York. The NYU Thunder quidditch team is deadlocked in a battle with the Quidditch Club of Boston — a semi-professional organization in Massachusetts dedicated to the...

A Blueprint for Hope: Design for America NYU

Design for America NYU is fiercely focused on enacting social change with active projects ranging from local hunger abatement to financial security for seniors. A diverse array of students use their background in design...
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