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...

Postcard Poems

There are parts of New York City that just speak to your soul. Be it a quiet park, a bustling bookstore or a crowded...

Overcoming Inaccessibility

Brian Cheng’s decision to attend NYU was not based exclusively on his academic successes or the school’s reputation. When the time came to apply...

Adventure Through the Andes

We started in Bariloche, drove to Villa La Angostura, crossed the Andes mountains into Chile, stopped in Valdivia and Villarrica, crossed back into Argentina...

Chinatown, Manhattan

Whenever someone asks, “Where are you from?” my answer is I was born and raised in Japan, but I’m ethnically Taiwanese. This “but” represents...

The Story of Boy

Illustration by Rachel Lee. Boy was depressed mainly because his mother and father had decided to name him “Boy.” As a seven-year-old, Boy ran away...

NYU Bought a Semester’s Worth of Sustainable Straws From This Student-Run...

The university backs Seastraws, a student-run company seeking to reduce the amount of plastic in oceans, by providing their straws in select dining halls.

Tired Old Rebel

in endless march a floating child very last vestige of the embryonic army the powerful march of history violates your soil infiltrations of nests of thieves murder is committed with impunity on...

Influential 2019

This year’s Influentials is a bit of the same and a bit of something new. While the issue still contains 10 profiles of incredible...

Experiments

I fell in love with film from the moment I first held an analog camera. Something about the tactile nature of shooting celluloid film...

A 15-minute Break: Chapter 4

What does a 15-minute delay mean in a city that runs at 1,000 miles an hour? When a subway grinds to a halt in...

The Conspiracy Issue

Yasmin Gulec, Features Editor April 2, 2018 I was introduced to the whirlwind nature of conspiracy theories when I was around five. My family and I...