Students Are Shouting, Trustees Need to Listen

Victor Wu This past week has been a whirlwind for members of the student groups, NYU Student Labor Action Movement and NYU Divest, who have...

Remembering Trayvon with Action and Activism

Four years ago this Friday, 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was shot and killed. The incident sparked widespread protests among communities of color and gave rise...

Universities Need to Speak Up on Harassment

Earlier this month, an incident of extreme harassment and bullying at the University of Hartford made several headlines. The victim, Chennel Rowe, did not...

Divest’s activism is the answer to bureaucratic heel-dragging

NYU Divest, a group calling for the administration to divest from fossil fuels, has been more active than ever this semester. Even after the...

NHL lockout hurts fans, not just players

NHL Lockout is irresponsible and unnecessary.

Therapy Isn’t What You Think

Staff writer Natasha Jokic writes about her experiences with therapy and what people should and shouldn’t expect from it.

Censorship of @antipcnyuprof is Problematic

Washington Square News’ Q&A with self-declared deplorable NYU professor Michael Rectenwald was met with immediate backlash from the university community. A week later, the...

[VIDEO] Op-Ed Live: Street Harassment

Opinion Editor Christina Coleburn and Managing Editor Dana Reszutek discuss street harassment and catcalling. The video is moderated by Deputy Opinion Editor Omar Etman. It is filmed...

Guantánamo Bay should be closed

Recent hunger strikes at Guantanamo Bay are signs of a need to shut down the camp completely, not patch with more laws.

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is endangering food stamp programs

According to a recent piece in The New York Times, 49 million Americans live in “food insecure” households.

Time to Innovate Mental Health Services

In 2014, the American Psychological Association released findings showing that 48.7 percent of college students attended counseling for mental health reasons in 2013 —...

From sci-fi to real life — the advances of artificial intelligence, part I

In the debate of what intelligence truly means, columnist Marcelo Cicconet looks at the current state of artificial intelligence.