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

Washington Square News

Senior Gretchen Kincaid hits the ball over the net during a game against Wheaton (via NYU Athletics).

Women’s Volleyball Starts Off Season With Exciting Wins

With 10 wins and just one loss this season, the Violets have come out of the gate strong in their quest to qualify for the NCAA tournament.
Rebecca Choi, Staff Writer September 16, 2019

Fresh off of its 2018 ECAC Championship win, the women’s volleyball team established itself as a force to be reckoned with and entered this season with a chip on its shoulder. Starting...

KC Dalager and Brad Hale from Now Now. (via Facebook)

Indie Rockers Now, Now Make a Comeback on Their Own Terms

The musical duo returns after six years to promote their third release “Saved” in Brooklyn.
Nicole Rosenthal, Music Editor April 22, 2019

Riding the tail end of the late ’00s indie-rock revival, Minnesota-based band Now, Now seemed to meet the perfect criteria for success in 2012: a critically acclaimed sophomore...

Poster for Be Natural. (Courtesy of Zeitgeist Films)

The Secret Origins of the First Female Filmmaker

The new documentary tells the true story of Alice Guy-Blaché’s fascinating legacy and how she helped transformed Hollywood into what it is today.
Joey Hung, Copy Chief March 28, 2019

In her 2018 documentary “Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché,” director and producer Pamela B. Green aims to revive the life of the first female filmmaker, Alice...

“Vote Here” signs in multiple languages outside the polling center in University Hall. (Photo by Alina Patrick)

Midterm Results Signal a New Wave of Progressive Policies for New York

Featuring momentous local and national results, the 2018 midterm elections are poised to have a tangible effect on NYU, New York and the nation as a whole.
Alex Domb, News Editor November 8, 2018
Featuring momentous local and national results, the 2018 midterm elections are poised to have a tangible effect on NYU, New York and the nation as a whole.
Single covers for Olivia Royals Please (top left), Brett Castro’s “Much About Sadness” (top right),  YIORGOS What We Do (bottom left), Anxias Moonlight (bottom right).

A Slew of Student Singles for Your Summer Playlist

Connor Gatesman, Music Editor April 25, 2018
2018 has boded well for NYU, with students and alumni dropping a slew of enticing singles that cover a wide berth of styles and topics.
The Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots will compete for the Super Bowl LII championship title on Sunday, Feb. 4.

NYU Reacts: 2018 Super Bowl Predictions

Maddie Howard, Sports Editor January 29, 2018
NYU students react to Super Bowl LII.
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 January 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.
The Fashion Week Issue

The Fashion Week Issue

Sophie Shaw, Beauty & Style Editor September 18, 2017

Letter from the Editor Fashion photographer Bill Cunningham once said, “Fashion is the armor to survive everyday life.” During New York Fashion Week, reality embraces fantasy...