Pay Attention to Middle America

The 2020 presidential election is well underway, and the first caucuses in Iowa are quickly approaching. As the primaries draw nearer, there has been...

Terrorism and the bludgeoning power of rhetoric

News emerged Wednesday afternoon about a mass shooting in San Bernardino, California, with the New York Times reporting at least 14 dead. The attack...

Letter to the Editor: ‘NYU’s Artificial Affordability Issue’

In last Monday’s editorial, "NYU's Artificial Affordability Issue," the WSN once again provides selective facts to make its case. So, it falls to me...

Op Ed Live: Sexton’s Legacy

Steinhardt professor Ted Magder and co-chair of the WSN editorial board Edward Radzivilovskiy debate President John Sexton’s legacy, university governance, votes of no confidence, the NYU 2031 expansion plan, and more.

Court ruling opportunity for NYU

Mills' ruling provides the university with more time to negotiate with certain faculty.

9/11 brings selective memory with regards to security

The U.S. government has allowed a post-9/11 world to justify questionable surveillance and security programs.

Battle Over Abortion Reignites in the Supreme Court

This Wednesday, the Supreme Court will hear a case that has the potential to dramatically affect access to safe abortions in America. The case,...

History Is Repeating Itself

Donald Trump is not Adolf Hitler. He is not calling for the executions of Jews, queer people and other minorities. To compare President Trump...

Keep Warren in the Senate — She Can Do More There

With a string of crucial primary victories positioning Hillary Clinton as the presumptive Democratic nominee, pundits and casual politicos alike have shifted their attention...

NYU loses credibility in light of Shanghai report

NYU’s less than illustrious past in labor disputes is only amplified by current accusations in Shanghai. NYU spokesman John Beckman said the company NYU hired...

NYU Must Affirm Affirmative Action

Last week, President Donald Trump’s administration threatened to sue Harvard University if it does not turn over its applicant records. This comes in the...

Staff Rants: Dec. 6 – Jan. 23

Welcome to another edition of Staff Rants. While our problems may be mediocre, our frustration is monumental — read our menial issues and hear...
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