Housing Guide 2019

New York City has a lot of hells: Times Square on New Year’s Eve, Penn Station at rush hour, the halal cart line at 3 a.m. on a frigid, drunken Saturday night. But apartment...

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 local paper reports on your infinite success. Your mom cuts...

Influential 2018

No one at NYU can be influential simply because making an impact on a university of 50,000-plus students doing 50,000 different things is nearly impossible. What sets the following 10 people apart from the droves...

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 to a Q&A titled “What News Matters,” where a panel...

Fringe 2018: Streetwear

FRINGE SPONSORED BY INSURENT ISSUE EDITOR Thomas Chou PHOTOS BY Echo Chen Sam Cheng MODELED BY Jia Liu Sanda Matchaba Theo Wayt In the last few years, fashion has beared witness to the unprecedented growth of streetwear. A style and culture originally born on the...

Up-and-Comers 2018

We’re not just university students. We’re journalists, YouTubers, coders, organizers, historians, investors and entrepreneurs. We’re all at the cusp of breaking into the industries that we will soon be running. While some of us...

The Housing Guide 2018

Before coming to NYU, I spent countless hours watching YouTube videos and reading forums about NYU residence halls before making the sacred choice. With unknown, random roommates in mind, I knew if at least...

The Money Feature

Money rules the world around us. It determines what clothes we wear, what jobs we pursue, what food we eat, what classes we take and so much more. Covering the finances of NYU and...

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 hair. Four years — more or less — and you...

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 were visiting a friend’s farm in Sakarya, a province of...

The Intersectionality Feature

As we become more aware of issues related to identity, it is increasingly evident that intersectionality is a must when addressing how to tackle these. Given that intersectionality, coined by Kimberlé Crenshaw, began with...

Arts Issue | Spring 2019

have always been fascinated with the idea of the American Dream. It means something different to every single person, yet it has always instilled in people aspirations for something greater and of getting to...
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