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NYU's Independent Student Newspaper

Washington Square News

NYU's Independent Student Newspaper

Washington Square News

The Lost Voice of Journalism

The Lost Voice of Journalism

By Mitch Bedows, Contributing Writer September 10, 2018
A take on the closure of the Village Voice — a downtown New York institution — and what the implications are for local papers around the country and for journalism in the United States within the current political landscape.
The Line Between Convenience and Gentrification

The Line Between Convenience and Gentrification

By Maren Naegele, Contributing Writer September 7, 2018
The chainstore we all know and love may not necessarily be positive for the village.
The Dollar Slice is Undervalued

The Dollar Slice is Undervalued

By Jasem Alzaabi, Contributing Writer September 6, 2018
The once essential dollar slice in New York City is quickly disappearing, and with it goes a unifying standard in New York dining.
Finding School Spirit at a College With None

Finding School Spirit at a College With None

By Andrea Pineda-Salgado, Contributing Writer August 26, 2018
Sometimes it can feel like NYU lacks school spirit. Here is how you find your way — and place — in a university unlike any other.
Right to Disconnect Bill Needs Reworking

Right to Disconnect Bill Needs Reworking

By Tyler Crews, Opinion Editor March 29, 2018
I would love to see a separation between work and home life; however Councilman Rafael L. Espinal Jr.'s bill, if passed, has potential to be ineffective due to its ambiguity.
What Does Gothamist Reopening Mean for Local News

What Does Gothamist Reopening Mean for Local News

By Diego Maguina Razuri, Staff Writer March 1, 2018
Gothamist is resuming publication and fans are thrilled. However, the Gotahmist's reopening also raises questions around the future of local journalism.
Turnstile Stops Disproportionately Affect Minorities

Turnstile Stops Disproportionately Affect Minorities

By Bix Willis Komita Moussa, Contributing Writer February 26, 2018
The NYPD believes that arresting turnstile jumpers allows for the capture of greater criminals, however, the District Attorney's decision to reduce the consequences of turnstile jumping aids low-income and minority residents, for whom the consequences of jail time and an arrest record can be catastrophic.