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

A group of men wearing jackets stand behind a vehicle. One man sits on the front tire of the vehicle holding an engine part.

NYU Motorsports: The masters of mettle and moving parts

From Tandon students tirelessly engineering cars to Stern and CAS students cold-calling organizations for support, here’s how NYU Motorsports persists in its never-ending race to achieve automotive excellence.
Andrea Lui, Dining Editor February 1, 2024

NYU Motorsports, a Vertically Integrated Project of engineers, creators and entrepreneurs based at the Tandon School of Engineering, transforms motor racing into full-fledged business...

A shot of the Paulson Center gym. Students are standing and looking around. There is a sign for the Pakistani Student’s Association to the right and a Greek flag to the left.

Opinion: NYU Club Fest was far too chaotic to enjoy

Wednesday's humidity made Club Fest seem like a promising escape, but what should have been a chill and fun event turned out to be a complete mess.
Abi Rivera, Opinion Editor September 8, 2023

NYU’s Club Fest at the Paulson Center was hosted for students to find their place among the over 300 clubs offered at the university. Instead, students found themselves corralled...

The title page of the Baedeker Magazine. The page has a black background with white serif text at the top center that reads “Baedeker.”

How two students resurrected NYU’s travel magazine

Baedeker, NYU’s long-running travel magazine, fell out of publication due to neglect during the pandemic — until students Jonny Rothberg and Shuhe Ma brought it back to life.
Juliana Guarracino, Abroad Editor February 13, 2023

What happens when an NYU club or organization never transitions to new leadership? Last fall, Stern junior Jonny Rothberg found out. After a backpacking trip in Switzerland, he...

Declassified: An NYU Survival Guide

Declassified: An NYU Survival Guide

April 18, 2022
So you got into NYU. Congratulations! Now what? Let us tell you all about the nitty gritty details of changing your major, navigating the Liberal Studies Core program, celebrating the weekend in NYC, and making lasting friendships.
A collage of icons symbolizing college social life (from top to bottom, left to right): a simple “what’s up” text message, a symbol for joining Greek organizations reading “I pledge ZTA”, a room plaque and notes.

How to win friends at NYU

Forming meaningful connections in the big city is no small task. Here are a few ways to meet people.
Nikkala Kovacevic, Staff Writer April 18, 2022

At some point on your NYU campus tour, your admissions ambassador probably uttered the words “the city is our campus” with an overly exaggerated gesture to the surrounding...

NYU’s Quidditch team was looking forward to returning to playing games for the first time since COVID-19 began. However, a new policy from NYU’s Center for Student Life has suspended all in-person activities for performing arts and sports clubs. (Image courtesy of NYU Quidditch)

Performing arts and sports clubs prohibited from holding in-person activities

Students expressed disappointment and frustration after hearing that performing arts and sports clubs — a staple of NYU’s student life offerings — can no longer meet in person.
Maria Freyre, Staff Writer October 14, 2021

NYU’s Quidditch team was looking forward to traveling to games, welcoming new players and heading to Warwick, R.I., for the US Quidditch Northeast Regional Championship...

NYU Stern’s Spring 2018 Rugby team.

A Tale of Two Halves: NYU vs. Columbia

Warner Radliff, Deputy Sports Editor April 23, 2018
A recap of the NYU Stern versus Columbia Business School game.
Student Activities Board is an organization which composes three committees that are allocations, development and governance. Allocations Committee is in charge of funding all-university clubs on campus and among all these clubs, the most funded clubs tend to be the cultural clubs and the debate clubs.

NYU Clubs May Face Funding Changes, Says Student Activities Board

Sakshi Venkatraman, Deputy News Editor October 24, 2017
Change is underway for the process of funding clubs at NYU.
IYSSE Deserves Club Status

IYSSE Deserves Club Status

Isaac Oseas, Guest Editorial October 10, 2017
Instead of facilitating the political and cultural life of NYU students, the club approval process works to limit discussion and diversity on campus.

NYUCD is the College Democratic Chapter for NYU. They serve as a liberal voice pushing for change and a voice for the left.

College Democrats Form Task Forces

Sakshi Venkatraman, Contributing Writer September 18, 2017
The NYU College Democrats are abandoning their executive board system and are replacing it with several task forces.
Eating cookies and coloring books make for de-stressing fun in NYU’s club, “Cookies and Coloring.”

Never Too Old to Eat Cookies and Color

Alyssa Lynn Kelly, Contributing Writer April 19, 2017
In the midst of all the college stress, one Gallatin club attempts to help students with two simplistic ideas — cookies and coloring.
The NYU Antifascist group has been in the public eye recently after a protest it organised against NYUCR event speaker, Gavin McInnes, resulted in 11 arrests.

Who Are the NYU Anti-fascists?

Herman Lee, Staff Writer February 21, 2017
NYU's Anti-Fascists was responsible for organizing the protest on the night of Gavin McInnes's speech at the university. Here's a profile of the organization that claims to be committed to fighting those that obstruct equality.