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Tianne Johnson

Tianne Johnson, Deputy Culture Editor

Tianne Johnson is a New Orleans native and professional multitasker. With a love for all things New York and an even greater love for meeting new people, she's typically in the Greenwich Village area juggling multiple creative projects and ready to have meaningful conversations. She found her way to the WSN Office her freshman year as a contributing writer and fell in love with interviewing people for articles. Now, as Deputy Culture Editor, she hopes to push for a more inclusive, aware, and conversationally engaged culture around campus. If you see her (and her snacks — because she always has snacks) around, make sure to say hi!

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The exterior of the Silver School of Social Work. (WSN File Photo)

Student Tweet About Racist Email Gains Traction

After asking for help from his classmates, an NYU student received a racist email in response.
Tianne Johnson, Editor-at-Large Feb 12, 2019

A student detailed via Twitter an act of racial discrimination he experienced on Tuesday, warranting a response from the Silver School of Social Work. Silver first-year graduate...

Dining halls are not the greatest spot for a first date, but at least theyre affordable.

How to Take Yourself on the Perfect Date

Tianne Johnson, Deputy Culture Editor Nov 13, 2018
Don't you deserve someone as good as you?
Angela Davis, activist, scholar and writer, in conversation with NYU Professor Ed Guerrero at the Skirball Center on Monday. She talked about the role of arts and aesthetics in todays political struggle. (Photo by Tony Wu)

Renowned Activist and Writer Angela Davis Speaks at Skirball

Davis talked about racism, sexism and their root in today's capitalist social order
Tianne Johnson, Contributing Writer Nov 7, 2018

Author and activist Angela Davis took the stage at NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts on Nov. 5 to an audience of 860. Known for her activism as a member of the Black...

A decorated dorm room.

Picking and Perfecting Your Dorm Aesthetic

For all you kids who didn't plan your dorm decorations a year in advance.
Tianne Johnson, Deputy Culture Editor Sep 11, 2018
Here's some decor inspiration based on your aesthetic (looking at you, minimalistic white-themed instagram girls).
A still from the Insatiable trailer.

‘Insatiable’ or Insensitive?

Tianne Johnson, Deputy Culture Editor Aug 26, 2018
Netflix's new series 'Insatiable' is causing a lot of controversy. Here's what students have to say about the new show's themes.
A email with move-out information sent to residents of Broome Street Residential College.

Get Moving With These Easy Tips

Tianne Johnson, Staff Writer Apr 25, 2018
Here are some tips to have a stressless move-out while dealing with finals, presentations and papers.
Six speakers, including John-Ross Rizzo, Assistant Professor at NYU Langone Medical School (first speaker, top-left), spoke at this year’s conference.

Mindful Leaders of the Future Come Together at TedxNYU

Tianne Johnson, Staff Writer Apr 18, 2018
TEDxNYU has annual conferences that aim to bring students together with the power of ideas. This years theme was Revision
An NYU student looks at the My Wellbeing site, an online service that connects individuals with therapists in the New York City area.

Taking Wellness Into Your Hands

Tianne Johnson, Staff Writer Apr 3, 2018
This NYU alumna is connecting New York City with therapists with her website, My Wellbeing.
Tisch first-year Savannah Dukes holds a sign at the March for Our Lives in Washington D.C. on Mar. 24, 2018.

Fashion as an Accessory to Activism

Tianne Johnson, Staff Writer Apr 2, 2018
Protest fashion: Taking a political stand through sartorial styling.
Alyssa Petersel (LMSW 17) is the CEO and Founder of My Wellbeing, a company that promotes mental health by connecting people with therapists and health resources.

5 NYU Alumni Women Breaking Barriers in Their Industries

Tianne Johnson, Staff Writer Mar 22, 2018
WSN highlights five notable NYU alumni for Women's History Month.
Various pieces of NYU merchandise from the NYU Bookstore.

Keeping NYU’s Spirit Alive

Tianne Johnson, Contributing Writer Mar 5, 2018
NYU students aren't the most spirited bunch, but that doesn't mean they're spiritless.
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NYFW: Fashion-Forward or Fashion-Dead?

Tianne Johnson, Contributing Writer Mar 5, 2018
As fashion returns to it's roots in Europe, where does that leave New York City within the world of style?

Spring Ahead: Trend Forecasts

Tianne Johnson, Contributing Writer Feb 23, 2018
With spring just around the corner, keep up with the pulse of the fashion industry by checking out our trend forecasts for the upcoming season.
Mardi Gras celebrations in New Orleans, Louisiana, include many colorful costumes and parades.

Let the Good Times Roll with Mardi Gras

Tianne Johnson, Contributing Writer Feb 12, 2018
Mardi Gras is coming up on February 13.
The Destruction of a Black New York Community

The Destruction of a Black New York Community

Tianne Johnson, Contributing Writer Feb 12, 2018
Appreciating different cultures is not enough. We must try to understand the hardships of oppressed cultures in order to move toward social justice.
Workout area at 404 Fitness. 60% of NYU students surveyed state that they resolve to work out more often in 2018.

Don’t Be Overzealous with New Year’s Resolutions

Tianne Johnson, Contributing Writer Jan 24, 2018
Everyone knows that January is the trial month for resolutions and February is when you actually have to start doing them. Here are some ways to actually go through with your resolutions.
Moving to become more digital-oriented and modern, Condé Nast will end Teen Vogue’s print run to reduce its print spending.

Teen Vogue Says Goodbye to Print

Tianne Johnson, Contributing Writer Nov 13, 2017
Teen Vogue will shutter its print production in favor for strengthening its digital presence.