New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

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An illustration of an old-fashioned red T.V. with a heart-shaped button and wires folded into a heart shape. Next to it is a heart-shaped pink-and-white layered cake with cherries. On the top, there are illustrations of a wine glass with red wine swooshing out and a vision board with hearts and a smiley face on it.

Roses are red, violets are blue, unsure about Valentine’s? Galentine’s is for you!

No Valentine's date? No problem! Here are three ways to celebrate Galentine's Day, a holiday focused on friendship, self-love and fun.
Annie Emans, Contributing Writer Feb 8, 2024

Valentine’s Day can be divisive, splitting the population into two groups — those in a relationship and those not. Just because you don’t have a partner to indulge in PDA...

The finance bro: An illustration of a man with brown hair wearing a black suit, white shirt and a blue tie standing in front of a red background. The Tisch girl: An illustration of a girl with red hair wearing a light blue shirt, a pair of dark blue trousers and a pair of white shoes laughs in front of a bright pink background. The Gallatin student: An illustration of a girl with dark blue hair wearing a light blue shirt, a pink vest, a long light purple skirt and a pair of dark blue shoes standing in front of a gray background. The film bro: An illustration of a man wearing a red hat, a white shirt with a dark brown jacket, a pair of dark blue trousers and a pair of brown shoes holding up a peace sign in front of a light green background. The It girl: An illustration of a girl with brown hair wearing a light pink hoodie, a pair of light pink sweatpants and a pair of dark brown shoes holding a green cup.

5 students you’re sure to run into this semester

From theater kids to finance bros, here’s a guide to some students you will see during the first week back.
Annie Emans, Contributing Writer Jan 24, 2024

It’s a new semester, which means new classes and new people you can meet. At every college, there are the cliche characters: the loveable class clown, the artsy loner or the...

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