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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

Five people celebrating with confetti holding three large prize checks for $75,000.

NYU startup founders take their concepts to the next level

Startups at NYU won $225,000 in seed funding at this year’s Entrepreneurs Challenge.
Matt Petres, Photo Editor May 2, 2024

Launching a startup is not for the faint of heart — it’s a high-stakes task that many might deem borderline insane. Startup founders are a special breed of dreamers: bold,...

Three people sit in chairs in front of a white wall, and the person in the middle is speaking into a microphone.

The NYU Stern Luxury and Retail Association hosts Vogue executives as part of showcase week

A panel of top directors from Vogue and Condé Nast share industry insights, career advice and personal style with students.
Logan O’Connor, Contributing Writer April 30, 2024

On April 24, the NYU Stern Luxury & Retail Association hosted three Vogue and Condé Nast executives for a panel in the Kaufman Management Center. The panel was one of five...

Six bowls of food and two teddy bears wearing chef outfits sit inside the storefront window of “Sanuki Udon.”

Sanuki Udon brings the rich flavor of Japanese udon close to campus

This assembly line-style udon restaurant, the first of its kind in New York City, offers authentic noodle dishes just across from the Stern School of Business.
Lauren Ng and Jiayang Chen March 28, 2024

The aroma of freshly fried tempura — accompanied by a sense of urgency — fills the air as NYU students hastily form a line and employees rapidly prepare orders. Shuffling down...

A man wearing a white shirt, gray jacket and a black tie stands in front of a podium and speaks into a microphone with a laptop in front of him.

Stern dean appointed to new administrative role

After nearly 30 years of working at the school, Stern dean Raghu Sundaram will begin a new position as NYU’s senior vice chancellor and head of global strategy this summer.
Bruna Horvath, News Editor February 8, 2024

Raghu Sundaram, the Stern School of Business’ dean of six years, will be promoted to NYU’s senior vice chancellor and head of global strategy later this year, university president...

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Sweetgreen opens new Outpost location at Stern

The Stern School of Business expands their dining options for students on the go with new mobile order pickup stand.
Andrea Lui, Dining Editor January 29, 2024

The front view of an N.Y.U. Abu Dhabi building with a bridge across the row. Numerous rows of palm trees stand in front of the building alongside two purple flags.

Stern announces MBA program at NYU Abu Dhabi

The university announced a partnership between the Stern School of Business and its Abu Dhabi campus, establishing a one-year full-time MBA program beginning January 2025.
Dharma Niles, Contributing Writer September 27, 2023

NYU’s Stern School of Business recently announced that it will launch a one-year MBA program at the university’s Abu Dhabi campus in January 2025, citing global expansion as...

A view of the N.Y.U Stern graduation ceremony. White text reading “STERN” can be seen on the far back wall. A crowded audience, several with phones out recording, cheer, as purple confetti showers them. People in purple robes sit on stage, while one person stands behind a podium.

‘Life is a marathon, not a sprint’: Goldman Sachs CEO at Stern graduation

Thousands gathered at Madison Square Garden on Friday to celebrate this year’s graduating class of NYU’s Stern School of Business.
Yezen Saadah, News Editor May 19, 2023

Over 5,000 people gathered at Madison Square Garden to honor the Stern School of Business’ undergraduate class of 2023 on May 19. The ceremony featured David Solomon, the CEO...

Beyond NYU: Redefining the bra industry with Pepper

Lia Winograd, the co-founder of size-inclusive bra brand Pepper, joins WSN for Women’s History Month.
Jennifer Ren and Jen Lee March 29, 2023

Winograd: Your network is your net worth, and I think what I really focused on in the MBA was talking to as many people as possible, and I think that NYU was the connector to all...

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...

A man in a blue shirt and a brown tie holds his right arm up while speaking to a group of students. Behind him, there is a slide that is drawn over that reads: “Stern Best, thumbs up emoji.”

Off-Third: Sternies are better than us, actually

Leave the finance bros alone. Everyone knows you’re just jealous of them.
Naisha Roy, Staff Writer December 7, 2022

Off-Third is WSN’s satire column. Last week, the undergraduate dean at Stern School of Business answered questions during a town hall with dozens of students to discuss anti-Stern...

A man in a blue shirt and a brown tie holds his arm up while speaking. Behind him there is a slide projected that reads: “Discuss: 1. What steps can be taken by the Student Council and ICC to help improve some of the issues that you have identified above. 2. What steps can be taken by the Stern Administration to help improve some of the issues that you have identified above.”

Sternies talk ‘anti-Stern bias’ at town hall

Stern’s dean of undergraduate studies addressed how the broader NYU community “looks down” upon the prestigious business school and its resources. “We’re better than the rest,” he said.
Tori Morales, Deputy News Editor November 30, 2022

The undergraduate dean at the Stern School of Business commiserated with dozens of students about “negative assumptions” others have of the school at a town hall held by its...

An illustration of a map of Europe with the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Czech Republic, Italy and Spain painted purple with white New York University emblems. Each country has one city labeled, which are London, Paris, Berlin, Prague, Florence and Madrid. Illustrations of New York University global sites’ buildings are included next to each country on the map.

First year away: An untraditional introduction to NYU life

Some NYU students choose to immerse themselves in a new culture instead of New York City for their first year.
Madeline Carpinelli, Staff Writer September 28, 2022

As one of NYU’s more unique study abroad offerings, students in Liberal Studies and the Stern School of Business have the opportunity to spend their entire first year abroad,...