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Washington Square News

A portrait of Alisha Goel.

Alisha Goel, Photo Editor

Alisha Goel (she/her) is a junior majoring in Computer Science with a minor in Integrated Design and Media. When she is not at WSN, she is developing video games/apps, reading a long book, or creating mildly disturbing art with her photography. You can find her at @03alisha17 on Instagram.

All content by Alisha Goel
Six water bottles lined up against a white background.

Photo: Ranked: Water bottles

Pritheva Zakaria, Staff Writer March 5, 2024

YETI. (Alisha Goel for WSN)

The Violets celebrate after senior Adam Svoboda scored a goal. (Alisha Goel for WSN)

Photo: NYU Ice Hockey honors 11 players at senior night

Sydney Barragan, Sports Editor February 12, 2024

The Violets celebrate after senior Adam Svoboda scored a goal. (Alisha Goel for WSN)

A group of men wearing jackets stand behind a vehicle. One man sits on the front tire of the vehicle holding an engine part.

Photo: NYU Motorsports: The masters of mettle and moving parts

Andrea Lui, Dining Editor February 1, 2024

(Alisha Goel for WSN)

A collage of four books: on the top left is a book titled “Daughter: A Novel” written by Claudia Dey, with an abstract pink, red, orange and yellow shape with white sparks on its black cover; on the top right is a book titled “My Husband” by Maud Ventura, with a face with blue eyes, blonde hair and red lipstick on its cover; on the lower left is a book titled “Know My Name: A Memoir” by Chanel Miller, with a dark turquoise cover with three yellow lines across corners; on the lower right is a book titled “Cleopatra and Frankenstein” by Coco Mellors with a close-up of a woman’s face on its cover.

Books beyond Bobst: A story about a father and daughter, a book narrated by an obsessive wife, and more

Books beyond Bobst is a monthly book-rec column highlighting what NYU students are reading now, outside of their classes. If you’re in need of a new read, look no further.
Alexa Donovan, Julia Diorio, Emily Genova and Alisha Goel January 29, 2024

“Daughter” by Claudia Dey  — Alexa Donovan, Deputy Arts Editor  I am absolutely certain about only a few things in life, but one thing I am sure of is this: when...

An image of a Sweetgreen storefront with a sign on the building that reads Sweetgreen.

Photo: Sweetgreen opens new Outpost location at Stern

January 29, 2024

(Alisha Goel for WSN)

An illustration of a megaphone with the phrase “Staff Rants” written on it. The megaphone wears a red Santa hat and the background is white with blue snowflakes.

Staff Rants: Holiday Overload

It's the end of the term, which means it's the holiday season! WSN staff shares their thoughts about it — the good and the bad, but mostly the bad.

On giving gifts Krish Dev — Deputy News Editor  Whenever I have to buy gifts for the holidays, I feel like I am walking on a tightrope — it’s a delicate balance between...

A storefront with a black door and red walls is inside the restaurant at the entrance. A red sign that says “FONDA” is hung above the entrance.

Photo: Fonda serves up a fiesta of flavor

Andrea Lui, Dining Editor November 20, 2023

Verduras Enchiladas. (Alisha Goel for WSN)

Two beams of light from a spotlight around a man covered in red light standing on a stage with a guitar. In front of him stands a crowd of people.

Photo: Q&A: Current Joys shifts into hyperpop mania in ‘LOVE + POP’

November 14, 2023

Current Joys played a show on Nov. 8 at (Le) Poisson Rouge. (Alisha Goel for WSN)

Two beams of light from a spotlight around a man covered in red light standing on a stage with a guitar. In front of him stands a crowd of people.

Photo: Q&A: Current Joys shifts into hyperpop mania in ‘LOVE + POP’

Stephanie Wong, Arts Editor November 14, 2023

(Alisha Goel for WSN)

Crave NYU at the Paulson Center provides many vegan options, suitable for halal eaters. (Alisha Goel for WSN)

Photo: The best options for halal diners to use up their meal swipes

Maryam Babar, Contributing Writer November 10, 2023

Crave NYU at the Paulson Center provides many vegan options, suitable for halal eaters. (Alisha Goel for WSN)

Two men are performing on a stage with orange lighting. One of them is holding a guitar and standing in front of a mic (Will Taylor). The other man is sitting on a chair in front of a mic and holding a guitar (Nick Hill). The crowd is looking at them.

Photo: Review: ‘Flyte’ explores the bittersweet beginnings of new love

Stephanie Wong, Arts Editor November 3, 2023

Flyte performed in New York City on Oct. 27, following the release of their third album. (Alisha Goel for WSN)

Varya Rodionova’s postcards. (Alisha Goel for WSN)

Photo: Beyond books and bedding: The comfort objects students bring to college

Michael Lando, Contributing Writer October 20, 2023

Varya Rodionova’s postcards. (Alisha Goel for WSN)

Artist TisaKorean rapping on stage.

Photo: Program Board’s mystery concert brings new levels of fun to NYU

Olivia Olson, Contributing Writer September 26, 2023

TisaKorean. (Alisha Goel for WSN)

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