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

Washington Square News

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Robin Wright in House of Cards. (via netflix.com)

Can a Show Go on Without Its Star?

How does a show move forward after the departure of a controversial figure that it revolved around?
Taylor Stout, Staff Writer November 12, 2018
How does a show move forward after the departure of a controversial figure that it revolved around?
(Photo illustration by Rachel Buigas Lopez, source image courtesy A24)

The Cast of ‘Mid90s’ Talks Jonah Hill’s Directorial Debut

Taylor Stout, Staff Writer October 22, 2018
The cast of "mid90s" talks to WSN about friendship, skate culture and director Jonah Hill's authentic portrayal of '90s-era LA.
Ryan Gosling in First Man. (Courtesy of Universal Pictures)

The ‘First Man’ Controversy: When Does Patriotism Become Propaganda?

Taylor Stout, Staff Writer October 9, 2018
The controversy surrounding "First Man" and the planting of the American flag on the moon begs the question: when does patriotism turn into propaganda?
Daniel Kaluuya in the Blumhouse-produced Get Out.

Why Students Love These Indie Film Studios

Taylor Stout, Staff Writer September 24, 2018
A24 and Blumhouse make striking independent films that NYU students love.
Yayoi Kusama

‘Kusama – Infinity’ Paints Colorful Portrait of a Vibrant Life

Taylor Stout, Staff Writer September 10, 2018
"Kusama – Infinity" explores the genius of artist Yayoi Kusama.
Sarah Ritley and the women of the Mercury era.

A Large Step for Womankind in ‘Mercury 13’

Taylor Stout, Staff Writer April 25, 2018
Netflix’s new documentary “Mercury 13” tells the story of 13 woman pilots who took part in grueling medical testing in order to become astronauts, but were ultimately denied the position because of their gender.

The Times Are Always Racing: Political Music Then and Now

Taylor Stout, Staff Writer April 5, 2018
How does your favorite song make you feel?
Poster for Greg Campbells documentary Hondros. The documentary depicts the life and career of Chris Hondros.

‘Hondros’ Depicts Life of Legendary Photojournalist

Taylor Stout, Contributing Writer March 7, 2018
Director Greg Campbell casts a nuanced portrait of a legendary photojournalist in award-winning documentary “Hondros”.
Barnard College hosted their eighth annual Athena Film Festival at Morningside Heights on Feb. 22-25.

Barnard’s Athena Sheds Light on American Heroines

Taylor Stout, Contributing Writer March 2, 2018
Barnard College’s eighth annual Athena Film Festival took place this past weekend to represent and honor women in the film industry.
Exposure | Peru, Alive With Color

Exposure | Peru, Alive With Color

Taylor Stout, Contributing Photographer September 15, 2017

This summer, I had the opportunity to explore Peru, a country that is alive with color, sound, and flavor. Just by walking down the street, one can smell local delicacies being...


Ice cream trucks can be found on any side of Washington Square Park on any day that the weather isn’t gloomy.

Photo: I Tried… Ice Cream Trucks of Washington Square Park

Yasmin Gulec, Dining Editor September 5, 2017

Ice cream trucks can be found on any side of Washington Square Park on any day that the weather isn’t gloomy.

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