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

Tel Aviv seaside. There is a beach and people swimming in the sea. There are tall buildings in the background.

NYU Tel Aviv students continue classes remotely with potential return in spring

Following the start of the Israel-Hamas war, students at NYU’s program in Tel Aviv have been continuing classes online from either Manhattan, Abu Dhabi or their homes.
Elle Liu, Contributing Writer November 2, 2023

Students who were studying abroad at NYU Tel Aviv will complete the rest of the semester online due to safety concerns in the region over the Israel-Hamas war. The university said...

The lobby of N.Y.U.’s Law School. There is a spiral staircase on the right and an entrance to a student lounge on the left. In the middle is a purple sign with the text “Designated Eating Area.”

NYU Law to bolster security after fake ID incident last fall

After an individual entered an NYU Law school residence hall with a fraudulent NYU ID last fall, the university is promising upgraded security.
Jenny Seo, Staff Writer February 9, 2023

NYU’s School of Law is modifying its security practices after an intruder used a fake NYU ID to access the school’s Hayden Hall residence in November. The law school is upgrading...

A tall building complex with a glass exterior in daylight with traffic passing in front of the building.

Winter break recap: What happened at NYU while you were gone

The fibs of a Congressman, a former NYU administrator commits fraud, the new billion-dollar building, and all the other news you missed.

As students return to campus for the start of the spring semester, here is some of the news you may have missed over winter break. Former NYU finance director indicted after embezzling...

Jain at his internship with Good Morning America.

On the Job: Two Schools and an Edge in the Entertainment Industry

Faith Gates, Staff Writer December 7, 2016
Senior Shobhit Jain balances an intern with "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," a dual degree program in Stern and Tisch and an R.A. position at Hayden Hall. How does he do it?
Top 5 News Stories This Spring

Top 5 News Stories This Spring

Lexi Faunce, News Writer May 2, 2016
WSN reflects on the most popular news stories of the 2016 spring semester.
NYU Reacts: Hayden Hall Is Now Lipton Hall

NYU Reacts: Hayden Hall Is Now Lipton Hall

News Team March 24, 2016
NYU students react to Hayden Hall receiving a new name: Lipton Hall.
Hayden Hall has held its name since 1957, four years after NYU acquired the former hotel and apartment buildings.

Hayden Hall to Be Renamed to Lipton Hall

Anne Cruz, News Editor March 21, 2016
The freshman dorm underwent renovations last year and is now regarded as one of the nicer-looking dorms.
The Housing Issue

The Housing Issue

Alex Bazeley, Editor-in-Chief February 25, 2016

Welcome to the 2016 housing guide. We crafted this with the intent that you’ll be able to start looking for your next place to live with the reassurance that you’re making...

Hayden Hall

Rachel Ruecker, Deputy Sports Editor February 25, 2016

Residency: Freshmen Estimated yearly cost: $10,454 - $16,712 Low-cost rooms available: Yes Commute to class: 5 minutes Nearby subways: A, C, E, B, D, F Shuttle: No After...

John Sexton along with members of the Commuter Student Council cut the ribbon to Hayden Halls new commuter den.

Sexton cuts ribbon at Commuter Den

Greta Chevance, Staff Writer November 12, 2015
The Hayden Commuter Lounge was officially unveiled to the community at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday.
Newly renovated interior of Hayden Residence Hall.

NYU’s redesigned Hayden Hall brings sleek new amenities to campus

Grace Halio, Deputy Features Editor September 8, 2015
NYU opens newly renovated Hayden Hall. Students share their thoughts on the improvements.
Hotels serve as residence halls this fall

Hotels serve as residence halls this fall

Marita Vlachou, Deputy News Editor September 2, 2014
NYU students displaced by dorm renovations have been given rooms in three Affinia Hotels.