Here’s a Tip, Don’t Tip Your Waiters

When many foreigners first receive their bill after eating at a New York City restaurant, two things will take them by surprise: the sky-high...

Asian Artists Should Be Free to Tell Their Stories

Asian musical theater artists have compelling stories to tell, and the demographic of theater-goers shouldn’t stop them.

What Entertainment Asks of Artists of Color — And How We Say No

Artists of color have formed an integral part of the last century’s entertainment world, yet seldom has anybody done them justice. In the case...

Don’t Forget Forgiveness

My mother has a sort of relentless, enduring faith — in God, in herself and, most admirably, in other people. It seems nobody is...

An Asian Performing Artist Erased From History

Despite the persistent stereotypes that Asian performers face, Sessue Hayakawa, a Japanese American actor, was a Hollywood leading man in the era of silent films.

Girls’ Nights Out Turned Against Them By Club Promoters

Club promoters: everyone knows about them; many have had a personal encounter with them, but few shed light on the dark side of their...

Your Greatest Asset in This Age Is Self-Nurturing

Columnist Cheyenne reminds women and non-binary people of color to uphold and nurture the love they have for themselves.

Asian Americans Are Asian Enough

Last Monday, WSN published an op-ed by NYU student Ryan Moon titled “Struggling to Define Asian-American in 2019.” I experienced a sense of indignation...

Overcoming Stereotypes Through Film

Surrounded by an overwhelmingly Westernized environment as a university student in North America, I often find myself thinking about how lucky I am to...

Non-Black Latinos: We Need to Do Better

If you’re on Twitter, you’ve probably seen the viral video of “Jane the Virgin” star Gina Rodriguez being interviewed about her previous controversial comments...

Social Media Is Dying

I opened a Facebook account when I was 13 years old, following the dictated terms of service because my dad refused to let me...

Finding Home in New York City

Entering college, I had a very strict, categorical definition of what home meant. To me, home was the idea of feeling fully grounded in...
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