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

Washington Square News

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Meet Exposures: Celia Tewey

Meet our new Exposures Editor.
Celia Tewey, Exposures Editor September 3, 2019

To start off the semester, Under the Arch’s Exposures is running a series in which its new photography staff displays photo essays to introduce themselves, their style and...

A scene from The Milk of Sorrow.

Film Series Spotlights Women Behind the Camera

Ryan Mikel, Arts Editor August 1, 2018
Uptown, the Film Society of Lincoln Center is hosting "The Female Gaze," a two-week survey of films shot by women cinematographers. WSN sat down with curators Madeline Whittle and Tyler Wilson to discuss the films that are on display.
The first season of Netflixs newest original series, Santa Clarita Diet, debuted on Friday, February 3.  The show combines gore and comedy with Drew Barrymores role as a cannibalistic suburban mom.

Drew Barrymore and Cast Carry Netflix Original

Julian Wright, Contributing Writer February 7, 2017
Netflix's new series has the makings for a great appetizer, but perhaps not enough meat to be a main course.
WSN talk about their favorite Gilmore Girls episodes.

Staff Recs: Favorite ‘Gilmore Girls’ Episodes

WSN Staff November 18, 2016
Can't wait for the return of "Gilmore Girls?" Neither can we. Seriously.
With his new show, The St. Marks Sessions, comedian Mike Lemme incorporates his personal experiences and his bold personality into a lighthearted comedy.

Lemme Stretches Comedy to a Series

Jessica Tien, Contributing Writer November 17, 2016
Comedian Mike Lemme opens up on his inspiration and how to find your own particular brand of comedy (hint: it involves a lot of practice).
“Search Party,” a television series created by two Tisch graduates, highlights its actors’ individuality in the show’s dark comedy.

Searching for Genuine Sentiment

Emily Conklin, Staff Writer October 24, 2016
"Search Party," the new television series on TBS co-created by NYU alumni Charles Rogers and Sarah-Violet Bliss, dives deep into both the comedic and the dark aspects of life in New York as a millennial.
Students can indulge in the diversity of Lucio Fulci’s films from Oct. 21 to 31.

Anthology to Showcase Master of Gore Lucio Fulci

Zuzia Czemier-Wolonciej, Staff Writer October 21, 2016
Just in time for Halloween, the Film Anthology Archives are hosting a retrospective on Lucio Fulci's — aka the master of Gore — films.
NYU alumni Jo-Dean Roark created a new web series, Max Compact, about a woman who sees the future while putting on makeup.

‘Max Compact:’ A New Type of Makeup Hero

Lizzie Essiedu, Contributing Writer October 20, 2016
NYU Tisch alumni Jo-Dean Roark's new comedy web-sesries "Max Compact" takes superpowers where Marvel's never gone before: into the world of makeup and vlogs.
Vice displays the harsh reality of the Syrian front line in the war against ISIS, in the Emmy nominated documentary “Fighting ISIS.”

VICE News: Feel Now

Emily Conklin, Contributing Writer October 12, 2016
HBO's brand new series Vice News Tonight is working to radically change the way news is reported in our post-digital age.
Issa Rae’s new HBO comedy “Insecure” features two women protagonists as they power through their late 20’s struggles.

‘Insecure’ Off to a Confident Start

Lily Dolin, Staff Writer October 11, 2016
HBO's new comedy "Insecure" is the bluntly comedic look into life as an ambitious late-20's black woman.
Scene from Marvels TV Series Luke Cage.

Luke Cage Is Not Just Relevant — It’s Excellent

Carter Glace, Staff Writer October 6, 2016
In a time where there are more black people incarcerated than there were recorded slaves in the history of the United States, Luke Cage brings a much-needed bulletproof black man to the screen and gives Marvel the revival it much needed.

In Comedy Central’s series “Drunk History,” drunk comedians retell history as live recreations mimic their tellings.

History is Better Drunk

Carter Glace, Staff Writer October 5, 2016
With originality and spunk, "Drunk History" begins its latest season by proving that its formula for recounting history with alcohol and humor has not yet worn out it welcome.