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

Cassidy Crockett sifting through racks of colorful printed wrap dresses.

How an LS first-year scored an internship with designer brand Diane von Furstenberg

An in-person visit gave first-year Cassidy Crockett the opportunity to stand out among hundreds of applicants for an internship with the high-end luxury brand.
Olivia Liu, Contributing Writer May 4, 2022

Perhaps you first heard of the name Diane von Furstenberg being tossed around during a shopping montage on “Gossip Girl.” Perhaps you’ve perused Nordstrom only to linger...

An illustration of a woman wearing a teal blouse sitting on one of several green chairs below a clock on the wall. Floating text reads internship limbo.

Off-Third: Student excited at internship rejection: ‘I got a reply!’

Applying to one company in your job search is just not enough. Beware of the eight-letter word!
Shaina Vora, Contributing Writer April 22, 2022

G-H-O-S-T-I-N-G. For the past few months, almost every NYU student I know has participated in the rat race of sending out job and internship applications in bulk.  Note,...

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...

The Myth of Unpaid Internships

The Myth of Unpaid Internships

Students look to internships as a path to advance their career, yet unpaid internships have the ability to exploit students.
Gabby Lozano, Staff Writer October 15, 2019

The 2020 Democratic primary has presented a plethora of candidates, each one pledging to improve the political and social dysfunction in the United States. One of these dysfunctions...

Internships Have Become Intimidation Tactics

Internships Have Become Intimidation Tactics

Boasting about internships has become an intimidation tactic to signal position in the college hierarchy, and exaggerating internship experience has become more important than the internships themselves.
Neil Dittrich, Contributing Writer October 7, 2019

The search for summer internships is underway, and I have found myself constantly overwhelmed by the exaggeration of success on the part of fellow college students in career discussion....

Student de-stresses 
 by writing an unsent letter. (Staff Photo by Alana Beyer)

Preparing for a Stressful Spring

For when your mood is as low as the temperature outside.
Kylie Kirschner, Staff Writer February 5, 2019

Settling back into NYU’s unrelenting grind, it is unnerving to think about returning to those late nights at Bobst Library and drowning sorrows in Red Bull. Before the rush of...

(Illustration by Rachel Buigas-Lopez)

A Step-by-Step Guide to Getting Organized for Internship Season

Let’s get that bread.
Lauren Ong, Staff Writer November 19, 2018
Let’s get that bread.
The Social Media Issue

The Social Media Issue

Ryan Mikel and Molly Dolan November 13, 2017
There is no denying social media has transcended the intentions of its forefathers and impacted past, present and future generations alike in unprecedented ways.
NYU’s Palladium building, where the Wasserman Center for Career Development is located. Here, students are able to find and inquire about internships.

Inside Scoop on Internships

Patrick Pauley, Contributing Writer October 4, 2017
On the hunt for an internship? Here's the inside scoop.
CAS senior Daniella Haviv, works at the Manhattan District Attorneys Office.

On the Job: Working at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office

Lily Li, Staff Writer November 11, 2016
CAS senior Daniella Haviv talks about her work at the Manhattan District Attorney's Office.
Success Doesn’t Mean Faking Happiness

Success Doesn’t Mean Faking Happiness

Veronica Liow, Contributing Writer October 31, 2016
In an environment that puts so much emphasis on getting ahead, feeling unhappy can create the perception that one is falling behind in cultivating his or her success.
View of the Lincoln memorial from the World War 2 memorial.

D.C.: Figuring Out Why I’m Here

Hannah Shulman, Editor-at-Large October 18, 2016
Hannah Shulman explores her decision to study away through a series of photos.