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

New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

An illustration of three people standing in a doorway next to a red sign that reads “Access Denied.” Below the sign, a hand holds a passport that reads “República del Peru.”

Opinion: The precarious path to employment for international students

Job prospects are too narrow for international students, especially those who are pursuing careers within the United States.
Valentina Plevisani, Staff Writer December 9, 2022

As an international student, coming to study in the United States involves navigating a never-ending obstacle course. You must apply for and attain a student visa. You are restricted...

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...

A black, brown and white-furred dog is looking at the camera laying down on green grass next to a golden retriever standing while also looking at the camera.

Playing pays: An inside look at how NYU students make money walking dogs

Some NYU students find dog walking to be the perfect side job as they tackle the rising costs of city living.
Derek Kamakanaaloha Soong, Staff Writer April 26, 2022

Part-time jobs are plentiful in New York City, from the endless cafes and shops in Greenwich Village to on-campus employment at NYU. But if being an office assistant or working...

Nine attendees, one professor and nine students, of the Groom Law Group event stand on a balcony.

NYU DC Career Week is not to be missed

During Career Week, NYU Washington, D.C., sheds light on different industries and guides students through a web of professional activities.
Rahul Mahesh, Staff Writer April 25, 2022

WASHINGTON 一 Situated in one of the country's most important cities, NYU Washington, D.C., is buzzing with job opportunities, internships and clerkships for students of all years...

Illustration by Charlie Dodge.

How Students with Anxiety Disorders are Adjusting to Quarantine

Students discuss how COVID-19 has affected their mental health and why it is important to pay attention to their mental health during this time.
Caitlin Hsu, Contributing Writer May 11, 2020

During a time when people are being encouraged to stay at home and avoid interaction with others, Tisch first-year Charlie Anderson finds it difficult to avoid giving into their...

NYU international students have been having trouble with visas including delayed processing and losing job opportunity because people dont want to sponsor them. NYU wrote a letter to New York Congress representatives on this issue. (Photo by Alan Tran and illustration by Jorene He)

International Students Face Increasing Difficulties Staying in the US, NYU Says in Letter to Congress

NYU and 57 other New York colleges signed a letter to the state’s congressional delegates asking for help in dealing with visa processing delays and other issues international students are facing.
Julia Santiago and Victor Porcelli October 21, 2019

Gallatin senior Gleb Shcherbakov, who is originally from Russia, reapplied for his student visa last summer. When he submitted the application, he was told that his visa would...

NYUs campus in Shanghai, China, founded in 2013. (Photo by Casey Kwon)

NYU Shanghai’s First Graduating Class Excels After College

Alesha Bradford, Staff Writer February 16, 2018
NYU Shanghai's class of 2017 has seen glowing successful upon graduation. 97% of the school's first graduating class are currently employed.
Professions in the Digital Age

Professions in the Digital Age

Molly Dolan, Social Media Editor November 13, 2017

Social media has become such an integral part of our everyday lives that it’s hard to imagine aspects of our lives without it — including our professional lives. Now, as students...

Trader Joes, Boba Guys, Uniqlo, and Rickys NYC are all good places to find jobs off-campus

Work, Work, Work Off Campus

Sherah Ndjongo, Staff Writer October 6, 2017
Need a job? There's lots of options near campus.
Unpaid Internships Are Not Worth It

Unpaid Internships Are Not Worth It

Connor Borden, Staff Writer January 23, 2017
Before committing to a mediocre internship that does not pay, students may want to consider the true cost.
Freshman Alicia Gill hope to find a balance between work and play this summer while on the hunt for an internship.

Student Summers: Relax, Intern or Both?

Medardo Perez, Contributing Writer April 4, 2016
Read about some NYU students who are choosing not to fill their summer with traditional jobs or internships.
NYU Reacts: Student Minimum Wage Raised to $15

NYU Reacts: Student Minimum Wage Raised to $15

Lexi Faunce, News Editor March 25, 2016
President Hamilton announced the new $15 per hour minimum wage for student workers with NYU jobs.