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

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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

Lexie Alford, the youngest person ever to visit every country, holds up a sign that reads Country #111 in front of the The Forbidden City palace complex in Beijing, China.

Q&A: Guinness World Record holder Lexie Alford on traveling to every country

After studying away, we thought we were expert solo travelers — until we sat down with the youngest person ever to visit every single country.
Anthony Ferrara and Roshni Raj May 6, 2022

Last semester, we studied away at NYU Abu Dhabi and NYU London, where we fully immersed ourselves in the local cultures. Over 40% of NYU students study away for at least one 16-week...

Hear Her Roar: The Voices More Than Ambient Noise

Hear Her Roar: The Voices More Than Ambient Noise

In the professional world and on student-film sets, female-identifying Film and TV students at Tisch encounter the repercussions of an industry dominated by white men and continue to fight for change.
Chandler Crump, Staff Writer May 7, 2020

“I think we all deserve a place at the table.”  Words spoken by Maddie Schumacher, a Tisch Film and TV senior and rising independent producer, reflecting on her experience...

Photo by Morgan Burns. Illustration by Kaitlyn Clevenger.

A Letter from Salzburg to New York | Salzburg, Austria

Maxine attended a six-week exchange program with the Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD). This is not affiliated with an NYU global site.
Maxine Flasher-Duzgunes, UTA Voices Editor September 19, 2019

Dear New York, I never thought I’d be busier in Salzburg than I was among your sweaty, summer city blocks. The tree-lined country roads surrounding our Airbnb were like the...

Photo by Liviya England. Illustration by Kaitlyn Clevenger.

Being Your Own Advocate | Prague, Czech Republic

Taina attended a three-week program at the National Theatre and The Academy of the Performing Arts in Prague (HAMU), Czech Republic. This study abroad program is not affiliated with the NYU Prague global site.
Taina Lyons, Contributing Writer September 19, 2019

Prague felt isolating. At the same time, I felt fairly accepted by the locals — so much so that I fell into a routine of going to one particular market before morning classes....

Photo by Liviya England. Illustration by Kaitlyn Clevenger.

4×4: A Quartet of Summer Travel Writings

A collection of stories from four dancers about the summer residencies they attended and how their view of dance and the location changed over time.

As a component of the three-year undergraduate program at the NYU Tisch Department of Dance, students attend three to six week summer residencies in Berlin, Prague, Salzburg, and...

Photo by Ida Obediente. Illustration by Kaitlyn Clevenger.

Limitless Cities | Berlin, Germany

Imani attended the Tisch three-week Summer Dance Residency at DOCK 11 studios, in conjunction with the b12 Workshop Festival in Berlin.
Imani Monét, Contributing Writer September 19, 2019

Dance has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. I began at the young age of two, and when I turned 13, began pre-professional training. Coming to NYU has been an...

Photo by Pranav Kothary. Illustration by Kaitlyn Clevenger.

An Outfit of Surrender | New York, New York

Rachel attended a six-week summer residency at Tisch in New York this past summer.
Rachel Lee, UTA Voices Illustrator September 19, 2019

“Mhmmmm,” we hummed, not only matching pitch with one another, but using sound to focus our attention into this moment. My eyes fluttered open to see my classmates, glistening...

Zwinger Palace in Dresden. (Photo by Orsi Liddiard)

Czeching out of Prague for the Weekend

Orsi Liddiard, Contributing Writer December 3, 2018
How to Czech out of Prague: from free school trips to cheap airline tricks.
Old Town as seen from a lookout point in Český Krumlov.

Sometimes Staying Home Is The Way to Go

Joyce Lee, Contributing Writer April 23, 2018
Caught up in travel FOMO? Exploring your abroad site can be as rewarding and eventful as hopping on an airplane every weekend.
The skyline of Prague.

A Quiet Lunar New Year in Prague

Kaitlyn Wang, Editor-at-Large February 16, 2018
Lunar New Year in Prague: a fun, new adventure or a recipe for homesickness?
Namesti Miru, also known as Peace Square.

Day in the Life: Prague

Joyce Lee, Contributing Writer February 12, 2018
Did you ever wonder what is it like spending a semester at NYU Prague? Find out about a typical day at the abroad site.
In Prague, people seem less obsessed with their cellphones than those in the United States.

Prague: Learning to Reconnect From 4,000 Miles Away

Ankita Bhanot, Staff Writer March 9, 2017
Ankita Bhanot reflects on the culture of cellphones in America and in Prague.