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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

All content by Liz Lindain
A group of students sitting in a music recording studio while listening to two instructors speaking. The room is filled with various music production equipment.

NYU Nashville provides music students with hands-on experience

The university’s January-term course provides music business students with support to achieve their career aspirations.
Liz Lindain, Staff Writer Sep 19, 2023

Students taking the Nashville: Production and A&R in the Music Industry course in the music business program at NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development...

A view from the Brooklyn Bridge Park with people exercising on the grass and downtown Manhattan in the background.

Calm amid the chaos: 6 serene city parks to take your stress away

If you need to forget about your never-ending to-do list, here are six parks across the city to check out when you’re in need of a quick refresh.
Liz Lindain, Contributing Writer May 3, 2023

Studying in a busy city like New York can be overstimulating and exhausting, and with finals season upon us, stress runs aplenty. Whenever I find myself overwhelmed, I take refuge...

The exterior of a white food truck covered in menu items and signs that read “ten percent off, N.Y.U. Cash only. Twelve dollar ziti. Fourteen dollar veg lasagna.”

Cheap, off-campus cravings: 5 lunch specials near NYU

If you only have a few minutes between classes to grab a bite, here are five of the best deals near campus. 
Liz Lindain, Contributing Writer Apr 24, 2023

It can be overwhelming to find a quick, affordable place for lunch. There are countless places to eat around NYU, but it can be hard to remember which student discounts apply where....

The storefront of Mercer Street Books and Records. Above the entrance is a green banner with yellow text that reads “Books. Mercer Street Books. 206 Mercer.” Behind the storefront window is a red neon sign that reads “Books.” A shelf full of books is on the sidewalk of Mercer Street.

What Village residents really think about NYU’s Paulson Center

NYU’s mammoth new facility at 181 Mercer St. garnered a warm welcome from its student body. The building’s neighbors are less excited.
Liz Lindain, Contributing Writer Feb 10, 2023

After almost six years of construction, the Paulson Center — NYU’s gigantic new center for academic and student life — opened its doors to students and faculty late last...

The southwest side of Washington Square Park covered in snow. People walk in the park.

Cure your winter blues with these festive holiday spots

Finals are not fun, but this list of winter activities is!
Liz Lindain, Contributing Writer Dec 15, 2022

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! As temperatures drop and tourists visit to see all the holiday sights, you’re stuck inside trying to get those assignments done. If...

An N.Y.U. flag hangs from the side of a building. The text is white and reads “N.Y.U. The “U” in the banner is faded. The background of the flag is purple.

Why we left NYU: Stories from students who transferred out

Sometimes, this silly purple school isn’t the place you want to spend your college years, and that’s OK.
Liz Lindain, Contributing Writer Nov 8, 2022

I came to NYU as a transfer student in the fall 2021 semester. Like me, many students dream of attending NYU for its prestigious academic programs and the experience of growing...

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