GSOC’s Newest Fight for Survival

On Friday, the National Labor Relations Board proposed redefining graduate students as nonworkers, effectively stripping them of their right to unionize. The proposal wouldn’t...

NYU Is Protecting Abusers

After an investigation that lasted less than five months found billionaire and NYU trustee Michael Steinhardt made inappropriate comments to students, NYU’s Board of...

Why Is NYU Hiding Its Resources?

Most NYU students know the phone number of the Wellness Exchange, the successful result of an intense and consistent advertising campaign to make sure...

NYU, We Need to Talk

As NYU students, we would hope for our administration to listen to us. Since NYU is the largest private university in the U.S., it...

Overcoming Oppression Through Corrective Education

Last June and July were the hottest months ever recorded around the world, and with that heat came a wave of unrelenting violence inspired...

A Semester in Review

This past semester, we’ve strived to accurately and critically cover the state of NYU. As the Editorial Board of WSN, we have a sense...

Allowing for Ronell’s Return Creates Culture of Contradiction

This past week, WSN reported on a professor returning to teach at NYU this coming fall after she was accused of sexual harassment by...

Commemorating Lives Lost in the Attacks in Sri Lanka

The world awoke on Sunday to the news that at least 290 people had been killed, and more than 500 had been injured, in...

Language for a Changing World

The question of how to fairly write and talk about race in journalism has come under controversy in journalism in the last few years....

NYU Moves Away From Aramark — But Not Far Enough

Aramark is on its way out the door after a host of controversies, including last year’s health inspection of Lipton Dining Hall and the...

NYU Needs to Rename Steinhardt

Over the break, the nation’s headlines were filled with the name Steinhardt. Michael Steinhardt —  a retired hedge fund manager and namesake of NYU’s...

Analyzing the Administration’s Affair With Amazon

Last semester, Amazon announced its decision to build its second headquarters in Long Island City, Queens. After several protests from local residents and activists,...
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