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

Washington Square News

Several people stand by the window on the Staten Island Ferry with the sun shining on them. In the background is the downtown Manhattan skyline.

The most picturesque MetroCard rides in New York City

The best views of the city skyline only cost $2.75.
Kevin Wu, Multimedia Editor March 27, 2023

A hand holding a prosciutto sandwich, wrapped in paper.

All’Antico Vinaio: A taste of Florence in NYC

All’Antico Vinaio is known for paninis made with authentic ingredients straight from Italy. Check out the famous Florentine sandwich shop in Greenwich Village and Midtown.
Roksaneh Salartash, Staff Writer March 8, 2023

When my semester abroad at NYU Florence comes to an end, there are many things I’m going to miss about living in this beautiful place — the art on every corner, the lush green...

Against a white white are plates of various desserts and a wooden peel with croissants and pieces of bread on it.

Pavé revitalizes the craft of European breadmaking

Pavé’s freshly made bread and quaint interior sets it apart from other cafes and bakeries in New York City.
Jasmine Venet, Staff Writer November 21, 2022

With November well underway, autumn leaves have blanketed the city streets and temperatures have dropped to a winter chill. As New Yorkers adjust to drearier days, they also seem...

An illustration of the Washington Square Arch. Behind the arch sits gray and brown alternating high-rises. On the top right are the words “The Daybook” in an arched shape.

What to do this week: Thanksgiving Day Parade and ‘The Nutcracker’

The Daybook is WSN’s weekly column listing in-person and online events at NYU and across New York City. This week: Nov. 21-27.
Carmo Moniz, Deputy News Editor November 20, 2022

A conversation with an Italian opera conductor 6:30 p.m. at 24 W. 12th St. Italian pianist-conductor Speranza Scappucci is playing her first show at the 3,800-seat Metropolitan...

The green scaffolding next to Stern. Two women walk in opposite directions underneath.

New security measures installed near Stern, but students still worry about safety

NYU Campus Safety added lights on scaffolding and nine security cameras east of Washington Square Park after seven NYU students were assaulted in the area last month.
Lauren Ashe, Senior Staff Writer March 9, 2022

Following a string of assaults on campus, some NYU students continue to worry about their safety on campus, despite increased security measures announced by the Department of Campus...

Jessie and returning students Keyiona Roulhac (left) and Michelle Colon (center) doing their final performance of the choreography they learned in this class for the song China by Puerto Rican rapper Anuel AA.

Curves With Moves

Latina dancer celebrates heritage and body positivity through dance.
Alejandra Arevalo, Contributing Photographer November 15, 2019

After years of feeling underrepresented in auditions and dance teams as a plus-size Latina dancer, Jessie Diaz-Herrera turned to Instagram to share her talent. After the warm online...

Poster for the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater. (via Facebook)

A Starving Artist’s Guide to Arts Events This Weekend: March 15 to 17

Stay entertained this weekend for $20 or less.
Alex Cullina, Books and Theater Editor March 15, 2019

St. Patrick’s Day is this Sunday — if you want to escape the inevitable onslaught of intoxicated revelers this weekend, check out one of these arts and entertainment events....

Neshla Caplan and Adam Kashmiry in ADAM, running at the Skirball Center for the Performing Arts Feb. 14 - 16. (Photo courtesy of the Skirball Center)

A Starving Artist’s Guide to Arts Events This Weekend: Feb. 14 to 17

Stay entertained this weekend for $20 or less.
Alex Cullina, Books & Theatre Editor February 14, 2019

This Valentine’s Day weekend, whether you’re single and looking for something to take your mind off of romance or you’re having trouble thinking of a fun, outside-the-box...

The Montado de Escalivada was a flavorful bite perfect to share on a plate with friends.

Flavor and Festivity in Midtown’s Newest Addition: Boqueria

Liv Chai, Dining Editor April 24, 2018
Introduce yourself to the vibrant Spanish cuisine at Boqueria's newest location in Midtown.
NYU alumnus Evan R. Chesler (A.B ‘70, School of Law ‘75) is Cravath, Swaine, & Moore LLP’s chairman.

NYU Alumnus Shares His Steps to Success

Tyiana Combs, Contributing Writer April 16, 2018
Hear what this NYC lawyer has to say about building a successful career.
The minigrow signature Chicken Jawn with fresh noodles and black truffles.

A Growing Fast-Casual: Minigrow

Savannah Guy, Contributing Writer April 16, 2018
A new restaurant, minigrow, has opened up in Midtown. A sister restaurant to honeygrow, this restaurant focuses on noodles and salads.
Jewish Voice for Peace demonstrators protest in front of the Ziegfeld Ballroom in April 2018. Rebecca Vilkomerson, the Excecutive Director of JVP, participated in tonights panel discussion at NYU. (Photo by Sarah Jackson)

Jewish Voice for Peace Protests Gala Celebrating Pro-Israel Supporter

Sarah Jackson, Deputy News Editor April 16, 2018
Jewish Voice for Peast members gathered in Midtown to protest Birthright and Israeli practices.