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Washington Square News

All content by Dyanna Fleites-Cruz

LÉON

Oct 10, 2017
WSN sat down with LÉON, also known as Lotta Lindgren, at The Meadows to chat about her success with “Tired of Talking” and what the future holds for her music

St. Paul and the Broken Bones

Oct 10, 2017
WSN sat down with Paul Janeway from St. Paul and the Broken Bones at the Meadows to talk about their origins, sound and what is next in terms of a new record.

DREAMERS

Oct 10, 2017
WSN sat down with Nick Wold, at the Meadows, to talk about his time at NYU, how Dreamers came to be and a few quick fire questions.

Youngr

Oct 10, 2017
WSN sat down with emerging artist Youngr, also known as Dario Darnell, at The Meadows to chat about his multi-skilled one-man-band approach to the production of his music and what the future holds for his music.
Two Door Cinema Club performing at the Meadows on Sept 15, 2017.

Moments from the Meadows: Interviews with the Artists

Oct 10, 2017
WSN got the chance to sit down with a few artists at the Meadows to talk about their music, life and what we can expect from them soon.

Green Day’s Persevering Political Poignancy

Oct 5, 2017
Green Day has maintained their political relevancy throughout the years, which is no easy feat for a group that's been around since 1986.
Tisch sophomore Jackie Paladino is already an established musician and experienced actress. Songwriting is her way of expressing herself and opening up.

Jackie Paladino — The Therapy in Songwriting

Apr 12, 2017
Between her musical theater studies at Tisch and getting signed as a musician on the NYU student-run West 4th record label, Jackie Paladino's been making waves in a number of different corners of the art world.
On March 25, Refinery29 hosted an InstaMeet They brought in their favorite Instagram users for an event that focused on themes of kindness and inclusion.

Kindness Across the Divide

Mar 27, 2017
During a time of controversy and tension, it seems as though social media platforms have begun to serve as ways to divide people as opposed to bringing them together. However, Instagram has jumped at the opportunity to reverse this phenomenon by launching a Kindness theme for their already popular InstaMeets.
To have a succesful semester, stay on top of your assignments and studying with a thorough organization system.

How to Start the Semester Right

Jan 30, 2017
Here are a few tips on how to start the semester off on the right foot in order to limit the amount of stress you'll have to encounter down the road.
Sophomore Danny Garcia started Kurrent Music as a new platform to find new music from unpretentious sources.

The Kurrents Are A-Changing

Nov 14, 2016
Clive Davis sophomore Danny Garcia is bringing the music to the people — specifically, the music reviews and journalism — with his user-generated website Kurrent Music.
Generation Records, with an emphasis on punk and metal, at 210 Thompson Street.

Five Record Stores to Ramp Up Your Vinyl Collection

Oct 4, 2016
Looking for some more vinyl to add to your collection? Check out these neat record stores around campus.
Tisch sophomore Jacob Iritani works extremely hard to manage a heavy course load, while also working an internship multiple days a week.

On the Job: Election Edition

Sep 23, 2016
For Tisch Sophomore Jacob Iritani, balancing an internship with his packed Film and Television course load is not an easy feat.
Sunscreen is a crucial part to your daily routine.

Quality and Affordable Sunscreens for Every Skin Type

Sep 14, 2016
Sunscreen can save you from pre-mature wrinkles, cancer and more. Learn how to integrate it in your daily beauty routine.