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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

A group of men wearing jackets stand behind a vehicle. One man sits on the front tire of the vehicle holding an engine part.

NYU Motorsports: The masters of mettle and moving parts

From Tandon students tirelessly engineering cars to Stern and CAS students cold-calling organizations for support, here’s how NYU Motorsports persists in its never-ending race to achieve automotive excellence.
Andrea Lui, Dining Editor February 1, 2024

NYU Motorsports, a Vertically Integrated Project of engineers, creators and entrepreneurs based at the Tandon School of Engineering, transforms motor racing into full-fledged business...

Nya-Simone Spann is a freshman at Stern who has her own jewelry business. Her brand is focused on creating pieces fit for a diverse range of customers.(Photo by Katherine Hollis)

First-Year’s Jewelry Business Encourages Inclusion

A Stern student uses her business mind and creativity to embolden women of color and promote diversity.
Nya Etienne, Staff Writer February 18, 2020

Stern first-year Nya-Simone Spann is the founder and CEO of the fashion-forward accessories brand Simone’s Pieces. Her warm personality and firm belief in her business is testimony...

CAS junior Sabine Rizvi co-founded Dormzi to help students exchange services across a single platform.
(Photo by Li-Chun Pan)

CAS Junior Launches a Service-Exchange App

Task-completing app Dormzi is made for students, by students.
Elif Kesikbas, Staff Writer November 20, 2019

Making time to do laundry on top of every other responsibility that college students have can seem like an insurmountable burden. There’s lugging your load of dirty clothing...

CAS junior Isay Acenas visits a falcon hospital in the United Arab Emirates in January. Isay has done research in the UAE, studied in Sydney and Buenos Aires and will study in Madrid next spring. (Staff Photo by Sam Klein)

This Junior Feels a Weight on her Shoulders — But She’d Never Tell You

After securing a $10,000 research grant as a first-year, junior Isay Acenas has moved onto projects as wide-ranging as working in the Sydney Fish Market and in U.S. Foreign Aid. She’s also in the second of four consecutive semesters abroad.
Sam Klein, Managing Editor September 30, 2019

Isay Acenas doesn’t want to talk about the entrepreneurship program she started in the Philippines as a sophomore. She doesn’t want to talk about how she’s in Buenos Aires...

NYU Stern alumna Caroline Tseng’s all-natural plant-based smoothie freezes from her store Sweet Nova located on 265 Canal Street. (Photo by Tomer Keysar)

Stern Alumna Reimagines Ice Cream With New Smoothie Company

Caroline Tseng, Stern ’09, combined entrepreneurship with healthy habits to create a superfood smoothie blend.
Elif Kesikbas, Staff Writer March 31, 2019

Fashion blogger, brand industrial strategist and food entrepreneur. Whether she’s blogging about the fashion scene at NYU and casually reaching 17,000 page views per month, overseeing...

Gallatin senior Melissa Bartow founded the date-spread company Wanna Date?. (via Instagram)

Gallatin Senior’s Date-able Startup Sweetens the Deal

From dorm experiment to wholesale in less than a year, Melissa Bartow’s Wanna Date? spread has been picked up by 22 stores in New York City.
Arin Garland, Dining Editor February 25, 2019

Sweet, creamy and delicious: dates are nature’s candy. Gallatin senior Melissa Bartow had her first date — the fruit — when she moved to New York City for college, and it...

Everett Spink photographs Elizabeth Wang, editor in chief, as she poses for the upcoming Disruptive Mag issue, the Future. (Photo by Alina Patrick)

These NYU Students Want to Disrupt the Fashion World

Get to know the minds behind student-run magazine Disruptive.
Alina Patrick, Contributing Writer November 19, 2018
Get to know the minds behind student-run magazine Disruptive.
After filling out the form for ResistX, subscribers will receive email notifications regarding the protests going on within that day.

NYU Students Create Service to Bring Protests to Your Phone

Antonio Wovchko Fratto, Contributing Writer February 8, 2017
ResistX, an SMS and email service created by NYU students, makes protesting a no-brainer.
NYU alumna Anna Powers started Powers Education, aiming to offer the support and guidance needed for women high school students to succeed in the fields of math and science, hopefully adding to the female presence in STEM research.

Alumna Startup Aims to Empower Women

Lucy Hwang, Staff Writer May 2, 2016
Dr. Anna Powers, an alumna and core curriculum fellow at NYU, hosted a launch party in honor of launching Powers Education, a startup dedicated to the success of women.
Tech@NYU will host events and speakers as a part of Startup Week from April 4-9.

Startup Week to Pair Students With Tech Entrepreneurs

Rebecca Oh, Contributing Writer April 4, 2016
Tech@NYU is hosting Startup Week from April 4 through April 9.

NYU Entrepreneurs Festival 2016

Yeho Hwang, Staff Writer March 7, 2016

In an effort to promote entrepreneurship initiatives on campus, the Entrepreneurial Institute hosted the fifth NYU Entrepreneurs Festival, an event that brings together students,...

Founding CTO of Audible To Be Final Entrepreneurs Festival Keynote Speaker

Founding CTO of Audible To Be Final Entrepreneurs Festival Keynote Speaker

Lexi Faunce, News Editor February 26, 2016
Guy Story was announced as the third and final speaker for the upcoming NYU Entrepreneurs Festival.