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

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Diamond in the rough: THEO continues mining for brand identity

Is it supposed to be subversive minimalism or tacky ZARA party glam?
Victoria Maung, Abroad Arts & Culture Editor February 16, 2022

THEO’s digital presentation of its Fall/Winter 2022 collection, “_Crystalline_,” was confusing. THEO, lead by designer Theo Dekan, is a Kyiv-based fashion brand that erases...

A student prepares to use the Houseparty app on their iPhone. As state governments have asked their residents to stay at home, people have begun to find new ways to connect virtually. (Staff Photo by Jake Capriotti)

Virtual Hangout Apps for Social Isolation

Missing your friends in quarantine? Try these four apps to keep in touch digitally.
Madison San Miguel, Staff Writer April 30, 2020

It’s a Zoom world, and we’re all just living in it. Now that NYU has transitioned to remote learning, community members are forced to frequent the app as a pseudo-setting for...

Arts Issue Fall 2019

Arts Issue Fall 2019

October 17, 2019

Claire Kearney-Volpe watches over three participants in her web development workshop for the visually impaired. In this study, she monitors the use of screenreaders to create P5.js sketches. (Courtesy of The Processing Foundation)

Claire Kearney-Volpe Makes Visual Thinking Viable

Kearney-Volpe teams up with various artists and educators, aiming to provide differently-abled individuals with the equal opportunity to learn and explore their passions without restrictions.
Andrew Ankersen, UTA Voices Editor October 16, 2019

The Analog Issue

The Analog Issue

Anna Letson, Multimedia Editor November 6, 2017
Despite advances in technology, analog mediums are still treasured today.
To have a succesful semester, stay on top of your assignments and studying with a thorough organization system.

Print Matters Panel Ignores Digital Divide

Jordyn Josephine Fischer, Contributing Writer September 19, 2016
At the Strand Bookstore's “Print Matters: Art, Literature, and Design in the Digital Age” panel last week, experts met to address (or avoid the topic of) e-books in the publishing industry.
Your drug prescriptions are now only available electronically.

New York Drugs Are Now Prescribed via Web

Diamond Naga Siu, Deputy News Editor March 21, 2016
New York passed a new law that requires all prescriptions to be done electronically.
NYU is one of the first schools in the nation to offer classes on Virtual Reality gadgets such as the Oculus Rift.

NYU Leads Way in Virtual Reality Program

Stephen Malkowizz, Contributing Writer February 16, 2016
NYU becomes one of the first schools in the nation to teach classes on Virtual Reality. The class will feature guest speakers from Virtual Reality companies Jaunt and Oculus.
Epson Digital Couture F/W 2016

Epson Digital Couture F/W 2016

Courtney Marino and Hannah Starke, Contributing Writer February 9, 2016

A spectacle of bold collections dominated the space at Skylight 60 Tenth this past Tuesday evening. In the digital era, technology is constantly pushing boundaries, allowing...

A malicious program built into mobile devices can rapidly deteriorate the hardware, potentially rendering the device useless.

NYU study investigates phone-killing ‘disease’

Alice Zhang, Staff Writer October 26, 2015
NYU scientists published a paper looking at how attackers can infect your smartphone with a "digital disease" designed to rapidly age and wear out the device's insides.
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De Blasio announces creation of tech hub

Suebin Kim, Contributing Writer October 6, 2014
Mayor Bill De Blasio launched the Digital.NYC program this past week. Digital.NYC is a program meant to provide a place for "start-up innovators and grad students to angel investors and venture capitalists," to develop their ideas.
CuteCircuit Spring/Summer 2015

CuteCircuit Spring/Summer 2015

Romie Williams, Contributing Writer September 4, 2014

When designer Francesca Rosella was a child, she dreamed of owning a spectacular dress that would change colors. Years later, she brought her dream into fruition by partnering...