The Contradictions of a Catholic Education

Like many, I was disgusted by the incident that occurred during the Indigenous People’s March just a few weeks ago; a group of Trump...

Putting Geography Education on the Map

Back in high school, I had a substitute teacher that showed up relatively often to fill in for any history, science or math teacher....

Standing Up Against Secretary of Education’s New Regulations

On Nov. 16, 2018, under the leadership of Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, the United States Department of Education revealed its newly proposed regulations...

NYU’s LA Campus: An Attempt to Rise up the Ranks

NYU’s developments in LA are the latest in the university’s push to rise to the top.

Diverse in Race, Diverse in Thought

Colleges aren’t sacrificing intellectual diversity by focusing on racial diversity. They are helping to create it.

Girls Who Code Isn’t About Stealing Jobs From Men

After a jarring conversation with a fellow Tandon student who invalidated the Girls Who Code movement, our columnist Serena aims to explain what the Girls Who Code movement is and what it isn't, while incorporating her own experience with the organization.

How NYU Should Approach Free Speech and Trigger Warnings

People often reduce the campus free speech debate to a trade-off between open discourse and a culture of respect. But truly, we can have...

Foreign Language Placement Exams Need Fine-Tuning

Placement exams are an amorphous thing to first-years. Should I study? Should I care if I get placed in a low level of my...

I Should Have the Right to a Paid Internship

This month alone, I learned about a variety of incredible paid internship opportunities from amazing companies like CNN and NBC. However, I cannot apply...

The Labor of Student Loans

When asked to describe NYU, one word comes to mind: expensive. Whether you’re paying out of pocket or through loans, $75,000 a year is...

Purchasing Prestige For the UAE

As of March 2013, six international universities have begun operating campuses in the United Arab Emirates. NYU Abu Dhabi was one of them, inaugurated...

Letter From the Editor: College Newspapers Are Dying, Let’s Save Them

Dear readers, Today, we’re having a conversation about journalism — a craft, a career path, an industry that is currently hemorrhaging before our eyes and at...
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