On Press Freedom at NYU

The Editorial Board discusses our experience at the LS town hall and how it speaks to a larger problem of free speech both on and off campus.

Diverse in Race, Diverse in Thought

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

A Slow Transition for First-Generation Students

Our columnist Dyshere discusses how first-generation students face more pressuring social and academic expectations than the average student.

Protecting the Right to Advocate at NYU

The Editorial Board discusses a lack of recognition of the ever present Israeli-Palestinian conflict on campus.

Why NYU Needs to Support Students Who Serve

Several countries require their citizens to serve in the military. NYU, as a university with a large population of international students, should implement military service incentives for these students.

NYU’s Alternative Fact Finding Mission to Israel

The "NYU Fact Finding Mission to Israel and the Palestine Territories" isn't as innocuous as it seems — there's inherently an endorsement of unjust oppression.

NYU Is Missing the Marx

With so many worthy historical figures to celebrate, should NYU endorse a commemoration of Karl Marx?

MFA Is More Necessary Than You Think

Columnist Serena Vanchiro argues for the importance and benefits of the controversial Multi-Factor Authentication system at NYU.

Our Failed Attempts to Reach the Board of Trustees

The WSN Editorial Board investigates the lack of transparency between the NYU Board of Trustees and the student body, including the relationship between the Board and this publication.

Queer POC Are Their Own Champions

Queer spaces for people of color are hard to find at NYU and New York City. In his column this week, Dyshere unpacks this issue as examines the history of the commodification of and lack of unity within the LGBTQ community.

Don’t Punish Me for My Commute

We're not able to control or predict subway delays, so why should we as students be held academically accountable for them?

How NYU Can Include Everyone in the Classroom

To expand on her last piece, this writer explores the importance of free speech at NYU and the need for the student body to be patient with overall political correctness.