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

Washington Square News

A cell phone displaying an image in black and white of the table in front of it. On the table is a jug of milk. The phone is being held in place by a red clamp and someone’s hand is hitting the record button.

NYU students and researchers collaborate with Meta on home robotics project

A group of NYU students and faculty collaborated with a Meta AI researcher on Dobb-E, a new project dedicated to developing robots that can complete daily household tasks.
Gabrielle Panelo, Contributing Writer December 12, 2023

Students and faculty researchers at NYU’s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences and a researcher from Meta AI recently published a new design framework for in-home robots...

Five players wearing white jerseys and a libero wearing a light blue jersey huddle around next to the net.

NYU men’s volleyball hopes to end regular season on a positive note

After a string of tough losses throughout the season, the Violets look to bounce back in the regular season finale.
Jonathan Mak, Staff Writer April 4, 2023

The NYU men’s volleyball team is looking to redeem itself at Springfield College following a loss to Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in which the Engineers overcame their...

The N.Y.U. women’s volleyball team fist-bump on the court. Most players wear a white jersey and black shorts.

Women’s volleyball loses in Final Four of NCAA tournament

After a 3-1 loss to Trinity University, the No. 2 Violets ended their dominant season.
Pablo Ocariz, Staff Writer November 22, 2022

The NYU women’s volleyball team ended its strong season on a sour note after a loss to Trinity University on Thursday, Nov. 17, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Violets had...

An N.Y.U. flag hangs from the side of a building. The text is white and reads “N.Y.U. The “U” in the banner is faded. The background of the flag is purple.

Why we left NYU: Stories from students who transferred out

Sometimes, this silly purple school isn’t the place you want to spend your college years, and that’s OK.
Liz Lindain, Contributing Writer November 8, 2022

I came to NYU as a transfer student in the fall 2021 semester. Like me, many students dream of attending NYU for its prestigious academic programs and the experience of growing...

Two members of NYU’s women volleyball team pass a volleyball ball through the net to the opposing team dressed in red.

Women’s volleyball defeats two ranked opponents at NYU Showdown

The Violets prepare for the final stretch of the season after they capitalized in a hard-fought tournament this past weekend.
Kyle Yuan, Staff Writer October 12, 2022

The NYU women’s volleyball team faced off in the NYU Showdown, a two-day event this weekend, and competed against No. 8 Calvin University, No. 9 University of Wisconsin-Whitewater,...

An aerial view of Yankee Stadium shows the crowd of graduates, family and friends who attended NYUs commencement ceremony for the class of 2022.

NYU ’20, ’21, ’22 grads honored at double-header commencement 

Tens of thousands of NYU graduates were honored at two graduation ceremonies at Yankee Stadium on May 18, which featured singer-songwriter Taylor Swift and disability rights activist Judith Heumann as speakers.
Abby Wilson, News Editor May 20, 2022

NYU’s 188th and 189th commencement ceremonies honored the classes of 2022, 2021 and 2020 at Yankee Stadium on May 18. Tens of thousands of undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and...

A close-up shot of a group of protesters close together, all wearing masks. The signs in the front read “NYU Shame on You,” “Students Against Sabatini” and “Say No to Sabatini.” A screenshot of the NYU Langone Health Responds Twitter page is superimposed.

Langone Twitter account and anonymous MIT alums advocate for Sabatini

With NYU’s Grossman medical school facing backlash for considering hiring David Sabatini, the school and the biologist have been supported by his former colleagues and students.
Abby Wilson, News Editor May 2, 2022

As the NYU Grossman School of Medicine continues to consider hiring biologist David Sabatini, an NYU Langone Health Twitter account and several Massachusetts Institute of Technology...

A portrait of David Sabatini wearing a blue sweater and button down overlaid onto the NYU Langone Health building. In the background, people hold signs outside of the Langone building. The Langone sign is visible in the background.

NYU Grossman admins defend potential Sabatini hiring, dispute allegations

Grossman School of Medicine administrators offered justifications for considering hiring David Sabatini — who was forced out of three institutions due to sexual misconduct allegations — in a forum on Thursday, April 28.
Abby Wilson, News Editor April 29, 2022

NYU Langone Health administrators defended the Grossman School of Medicine’s potential hiring of David Sabatini in an April 28 forum. The former Massachusetts Institute of Technology...

A group of protesters hold up signs reading “Gross,” “Say NO to Sabatini” and “Title IX Over Sabatini.”

NYU med school students, staff walk out to protest potential hiring of David Sabatini

Hundreds of community members at the NYU Grossman School of Medicine protested the potential hiring of David Sabatini, who resigned from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology earlier this month after sexual misconduct allegations.
Abby Wilson, News Editor April 28, 2022

More than 200 students and employees staged a walkout to protest the NYU Grossman School of Medicine’s potential hiring of biologist David Sabatini outside the school’s Kimmel...

The weekend was eventful for both men’s and women’s soccer teams who played multiple games across the tri-state area.

Soccer Fights, Gets Mixed Results

Ben Goodkin, Contributing Writer September 12, 2016
The men's and women's soccer teams played a pair of games each this weekend.
NYU men’s volleyball had two five-set victories at the United Volleyball Conference.

Volleyball Grinds Out Two 5-Set Wins at UVC Crossover

Ashley Arnold, Staff Writer February 16, 2016
The men's volleyball team finally seemed to be hitting its stride at the UVC Crossover.
Williams went 3-0 in sabre on Sunday, when NYU took on Boston College, Brown University, Haverford College, MIT, Hunter College and host Brandeis University at the Eric Solee Invitational in Waltham, MA.

Fencing Thrills in Dominant Wins

Michael Thompson, Sports Editor February 1, 2016
NYU fencing's weekend action featured a potentially historic outing by the men's team at the Eric Sollee Invitational.