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

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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 Yuna Baek

Photo: Your Love-Hate Relationship with Bobst

Samson Tu, Creative Director August 4, 2023

Growing and Healing Through Art and Reflection

Growing and Healing Through Art and Reflection

NYU Steinhardt’s graduate Art Therapy students showcase artworks in the “Art Affect” exhibition.
Yuna Baek March 26, 2023

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Photo: Booze on a budget: Happy hour spots near NYU

Ishani Paul, Staff Writer March 3, 2023

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A collage of two photos. On the left is a photo of two people sitting against a white background looking up to the camera. On the right is a photo of two people standing against a white background looking into the camera with red text “mistakes” written on the image in all caps.

Q&A: Dance-pop duo LaLonde reminisce on sibling bond and music influences

The band takes inspiration from their Indian and Arabic cultural backgrounds and visits to their grandparents' house.
Yuna Baek, Contributing Writer December 5, 2022

LaLonde is an Orange County, California-based brother duo consisting of Aden and Deven LaLonde under the artist management company Eterna Music Group. Aden is a junior in the University...

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Photo: The ultimate gift guide for the NYU student in your life

Alexa Donovan, Staff Writer November 23, 2022

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Becca Panes wears a neon green knitted sweater. Becca holds a metallic crochet hook and pink yarns.

A focus on the process: Behind the scenes with studio art students

A WSN photographer captures the creative process of Steinhardt studio art students.
Yuna Baek, Contributing Photographer November 21, 2022

An image of two levels of Bobst Library, with students studying at tables on both floors.

Photo: Opinion: There are better study spots than Bobst

October 4, 2022

Despite all of its attention, Bobst Library has many downfalls that should make students reconsider studying there. (Yuna Baek for WSN)

A line of people throw bags of trash into black garbage bins labeled “New York University.”

Photo: NYU tackles ‘swell in rat population’ with new trash bins

October 5, 2022

New garbage containers intended to reduce trash on the street are put into use at the Carlyle Court residence hall. (Yuna Baek for WSN)

The interior of Buffalo Exchange. Clothes line the inside of the store, both on circular racks and against the wall.

Photo: Les Miss wants to be a ‘true‘ thrift store

October 4, 2022

File photo: Since the rise of thrifting as a cultural trend, thrift stores have had trouble discerning between good, quality clothing and fast fashion. (Yuna Baek for WSN)

The facade of a restaurant with green accent color and light sign with text “SOUP ‘n’ BURGER” in red. “

Photo: Diners near campus that will fill your heart and your stomach

Sarah Whitacre, Contributing Writer September 30, 2022

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A white studio space with exposed pipes on the ceiling and a ladder to the right.

Steinhardt’s fine arts department unveils new studio space

In the department’s new studios, located in NYU’s Third Avenue North residence hall, senior studio art students have access to new individual and collaborative workspaces.
Yuna Baek, Contributing Writer September 12, 2022

The Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development unveiled 62 new fine arts studios for NYU seniors in NYU's Third Avenue North residence hall on Sept. 1. The...

A view of a white room with white pillars, with white cloth arranged on a hardwood floor. Wooden structures can be seen atop the white cloth.

NYU students to host the first STILLLIFE art fair

After months of hard work and preparation, an entrepreneurial group of NYU students and alumni officially announces a three-day art fair.
Yuna Baek, Contributing Writer May 2, 2022

STILLLIFE, an art collective founded by NYU students and alumni, will host its first-ever art fair at a gallery in SoHo from May 28-30. The event will offer a physical space for...

The book sleeve of the Senior Honors Studio exhibit. The cover background is an abstract marble sculpture with strands of gold scattered throughout.

NYU Curatorial Collaborative hosts senior honors exhibition

The Steinhardt studio art department and the Institute of Fine Arts collaborated on the senior honors student exhibitions at 80 Washington Square East.
Yuna Baek, Contributing Writer February 25, 2022

The NYU Curatorial Collaborative is currently holding senior honors student exhibitions from Feb. 3 to March 6 at 80 Washington Square East. Student-led since 2014, the NYU Curatorial...