Tyler Crews is the Opinions Editor for the Washington Square News. She is currently a freshman in Liberal Studies, trying desperately to decide on a major. She likes to claim that she grew up outside of Boston instead of saying that she's from New Hampshire because she thinks it makes her seem cooler. Tyler was named after the 90's surfer flick Point Break, however she can not actually surf, despite many attempts. Tyler enjoys reading, eating, sleeping and pushing her feminist agenda. Tyler does not enjoy cheese, which she understands is highly controversial. Her twitter consists solely of retweets, but you can follow her on insta for some quality content @ty_crews.
NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing professor Holly Hagan recently discussed the negative role of doctors in the Opioid Crisis. While President Donald Trump is concerned with building his wall, the doctors on the inside are overprescribing drugs to their patients
Despite low efficiency of this year's flu vaccine, NYU should require that all students, faculty and staff receive a flu shot each year. Marginal protection is better than not having any protection at all.
It is imperative that we identify the differences between media and journalism and understand the value of authentic journalism, rather than allowing ourselves to lose trust in news sources all together.
Female veterans need people to outwardly recognize their cause and listen to their stories, rather than sweeping it under the rug. These women are calling upon us to care. It is now up to us to hear them.
On Oct. 22, The New York Times published a story titled, “I Was Willing to Do Everything’: Mothers Defend Sons Accused of Sexual Assault.” The article presents a different perspective on sexual assault cases: the perspective of the mothers of the accused.