Impeachment? Yes, Please

Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and possible obstruction of justice by the Trump administration was released in redacted...

Why Censoring Speech Is Necessary in the UAE

The United Arab Emirates encourages students like myself to study abroad, not only to obtain knowledge that is unavailable within the country but also...

The Uncomfortable Issue of Bathroom Accessibility

Imagine this: you’re stranded in Midtown and you’re starting to feel the chai latte you chugged an hour earlier. Or maybe you and your...

Imagining President Pence

Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives launched an impeachment inquiry for President Donald Trump. Because of his crimes, the House and the Senate...

Mobilization Is Just As Important As Voting

In the past week, I’ve noticed rampant shaming of third-party voters and nonvoters on campus by conservatives and liberals alike. This is based on...

Why Does NYU Lack a Space for Non-Partisan Discussions?

As a first-year, I was incredibly excited about Club Fest. I wanted to find interesting clubs, tight-knit communities and intellectually stimulating environments. Interested in...

War of Words: How Rhetoric Can Turn Ugly

A look into what history can teach our leaders about their tone.

How the Anonymous Op-Ed Should Move Us to Action

Working at the Opinion desk of Washington Square News, I obviously possess a steadfast passion for the Op-Ed as a written form. When earlier...

Trump’s WeChat Ban Is Xenophobic

After the news broke that President Donald Trump was set on banning TikTok in America, the app’s myriad of devoted followers spoke out against...

Yes, Stay-at-Home Orders Are Legal and Necessary

The nation witnessed a collision between public health and political struggles last week, as thousands of people exploded into open protest on the streets...

Giving Up My Voting Rights in My Home State

As I made my way to pick up a nutritious lunch of Insomnia Cookies sometime mid-Welcome Week, my mind began to wander and the...

A Colony in Disguise: Puerto Rico’s Anthem

As a Puerto Rican, my elementary school principal would gather all students from kindergarten through fifth grade in the school yard. From the heat...
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