NYU Should Give Students Days Off for Mental Health

Recently, legislation was introduced into the New York State Senate that would allow public school students to take days off for their mental health....

NYU Is Neglecting Students’ Health With Dining Hall Failures

On Tuesday, WSN reported that Palladium Food Court had failed a health inspection. The inspection, conducted by New York City’s Department of Health and...

Regulation, Not Prohibition

During Prohibition, the United States banned the manufacture, sale and transportation of alcohol. As a result, the U.S. saw the rise of an illegal...

NYU Isn’t Taking Care of Its Students

TW: This article discusses and mentions suicide. As my time as an NYU first-year comes to an end, I’ve been looking back on some of...

The Measles Outbreak Is a Failure on Multiple Fronts

There’s a concept in the Jewish tradition known as a Chillul Hashem — an embarrassment to God’s name. When a Jew acts in a...

Dismantling the Stigma Surrounding Alcoholics Anonymous

Seeking help for alcohol use before I even had my first legal drink was a daunting task. What was my doctor going to think?...

Psychedelic Drugs Heal, Too

When pondering the use of hallucinogenic or psychedelic drugs, bizarre trips, partying and high psychological risks may often come to mind. But while the...

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.
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