Up & Comers 2019

Success can be a tireless job. Your parents call you on the phone to say “Congrats!” Your friends boast about your constant hustle. Your...

The Arts Issue 2018: Movements

movement (ˈmo͞ovmənt/) a group of people working together to advance their shared political, social, or artistic ideas. In my journalism class sophomore year, my professor took us...

4×4: A Quartet of Summer Travel Writings

As a component of the three-year undergraduate program at the NYU Tisch Department of Dance, students attend three to six week summer residencies in...

When You Hate Your Gallatin Concentration (And Everything Else, Too)

“Dad, I promise the $70,000 a year is worth it.” Story by Pamela Jew, Under the Arch Managing Editor Illustrations by Sophia Di Iorio, Creative Director Chapter One I...

Food and Fun Guide 2019

  Suffice it to say that city life tends to move fast, and with every new school year come opportunities to find and settle into...

Exposure | Winter on the Square

Winter is met with chattering teeth and migration to warmer lands. But for over 40 years, WSN photographers have braved the New York winter...

The Fitness Feature

Fitness. It’s something we love to hate. But like it or not, being active is an incredibly important part of our health. It’s been...

Asian Students Get Inked and Break Barriers

Twenty-one-year-old singer and songwriter Leah Dou has an international fan base — and a face tattoo. While the design is simple — a single...

Food & Fun Guide 2018

As upperclassmen and first-years slowly migrate into their new or familiar NYU stomping grounds, we wanted to give you a guide to start off...

While You Were Here 2019

Here you are balancing the purple cap on your head with the help of a couple hairpins, the tassel perfectly dangles next to your...

Fashion Week F/W 2018 Highlights

Every time New York Fashion Week swings back around, it is impossible not to find yourself in a state of inspiration. In this artistic...

The Long Way Home

After moving out of Manhattan as a high school senior, Nina Lehrecke has embraced her three-hour trek to school.