Girls’ Nights Out Turned Against Them By Club Promoters

Club promoters: everyone knows about them; many have had a personal encounter with them, but few shed light on the dark side of their...

The Hopeful Legacy of Elmer Bobst

Every so often, it seems, students express serious discontent over Elmer Holmes Bobst Library being named after a historic figure who has espoused anti-Semitic...

Finishing The Semester Stress-Free Is Possible

How many times have you procrastinated working on an important assignment under the pretext that waiting to complete it in a high-stress environment will...

Spring Break Should Fall on Easter

Going home for spring break, which usually lands around mid-March, is something most of us do if we are not planning on going somewhere...

The Misleading Nature of Veganism

In the complex, polarizing world of nutrition and diets, people tend to favor black and white rules to answer their questions. But simple answers...

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...

Letter to the Editor: “More Welcome, Less Weak”

Dear Members of the Washington Square News Editorial Board, Thank you for sharing your opinions and feedback on Welcome Week. We appreciate your insight and...

Lauren Duca, Natalie Beach and Performative Activism

NYU’s administrators aren’t the only ones who get bad press. Yesterday, I read Buzzfeed News’ profile of Lauren Duca. Aside from being a “progressive...

Letter to the Editor: ‘NYU Must Cut Ties with Aramark’

Dear Editor, Aramark’s recent handling of a menu meant to celebrate African Heritage Month deserved the reaction that many have voiced, including the Washington Square...

The Death of the Hobby Is Sadder Than We Think

People today pursue hobbies at lower rates, and that has more significant implications than one would expect.

Medical Professionals Need to Be Educated on Eating Disorders

When I went to urgent care at the Student Health Center and then the emergency room after passing out, I told every professional who...

Returning to New York for the First Time

There is a strange sense of ease being back in New York for the start of the school year. As I observe the illuminated...
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