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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 red mug and a laptop are placed on a purple background. On the screen of the laptop is a woman wearing a green jacket and a pair of sunglasses driving a yellow car through the mountains.

Off the Radar: The surprising tenderness of Jacques Tati’s ‘Trafic’

Off the Radar is a weekly column surveying overlooked films available to students for free via NYU’s streaming partnerships. “Trafic” is available to stream on Kanopy.
Ethan Beck, Staff Writer February 23, 2024

Jacques Tati, the French filmmaker behind visually dazzling comedies like 1958’s  “Mon Oncle” and the 1967 “PlayTime,” began his career in entertainment as a mime, performing...

Two people stand in a tunnel with walls lined with graffiti. The one on the left is wearing a hoodie with green splotches on it, and is holding the handlebars of a bicycle. The one on the right is wearing blue jeans and a similarly colored splotch hoodie. People can be seen walking through the tunnel in the background.

How a Tisch first-year landed an internship working with Cardi B and Offset

A chance encounter outside Ramen Takumi led to Tisch first-year Yvonne Song’s internship as a photographer’s assistant.
Olivia Liu, Contributing Writer April 11, 2022

When I first met Yvonne Song before our big plate of Olio e Più’s spaghetti carbonara, she apologized frantically for looking horrible and having no makeup on — she was wearing...

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‘Memory: The Origins of Alien’ — An Otherworldly Collaboration

Alexander Philippe’s new documentary explores the origins of Ridley Scott’s revolutionary science fiction film.
October 18, 2019

This year marks the 40th anniversary of “Alien,” and director Alexander O. Philippe is leading the festivities. On Oct. 4, Philippe’s new documentary “Memory: The Origins...

Famous producer Harvey Weinstein has been accused of multiple occasions of abuse from multiple actresses. These stories started the trending #MeToo campaign, where women share their experiences of abuse.

Sexual Harassment in Fashion

Amelia McBain, Staff Writer October 30, 2017
Voices from fashion models are adding to the #metoo movement on social media, calling out men like photographer Terry Richardson for predatory behavior.
While many think the fashion industry is dominated by women, men are behind the labels being worn.

Fashion Fails Women in Leadership

Vrinda Anand, Contributing Writer September 19, 2016
Although the fashion industry is stereotypically a woman's world, men continue to dominate leadership positions.
Look your best at your internship, even if you are just grabbing coffee.

Dress the Part for Your Fall Internship

Gabriella Bower, Beauty & Style Editor September 7, 2016
Four fashionable and appropriate style ideas for your fall internship.
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.
Following the success of their Luxury Launch course last year, Luxury Marketing is NYU Sterns new MBA program.

Stern Adds New Luxury Marketing MBA Program

Thomas Peracchio, Staff Writer March 2, 2016
After successfully introducing their "Luxury Launch" course last year, NYU Stern is now creating a luxury-industry oriented MBA program.
An Industry Obsessed with the Body

An Industry Obsessed with the Body

David Bologna, Beauty & Style Editor November 16, 2015
The fashion industry has not just accepted, but fetishized the thin ideal, conceptualizing and commodifying a body standard as a method to sell clothes.

Designers leave, industry not over

Gabriella Bower, Violet Vision Blog Editor October 29, 2015
As the industry undergoes change, the fashion world continuously moves forward.
Students, faculty, and alumni calling on NYU to divest from the fossil fuel industry.

Road to divestment paved with miscommunication

Myles Agudelo, Contributing Writer September 9, 2015
NYU suddenly cuts communication with NYU Divest, a group calling on the university to divest from the fossil fuel industry.
Newsweek lifts skirt on Silicon Valley sexism

Newsweek lifts skirt on Silicon Valley sexism

Zahra Haque, Staff Columnist February 10, 2015
Newsweek's recent controversial cover starts a necessary dialogue about gender bias in the tech industry.