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

Washington Square News

Two rows of 12 photos are displayed in the gallery in the lobby of the Tisch building.

Photography and multimedia series ‘Show One’ illuminates prevalent themes in modern culture

From the Photography & Imaging department class of 2022, “Show One” displays works that cover themes prevalent in modern society through a variety of artistic mediums.
Bryn Borzillo, Contributing Writer March 2, 2022

“Show One” is the first in this year’s series of photography and multimedia showcases by the Photography & Imaging department at the Tisch School of the Arts. Pieced...

TikTok is a rising social media platform among young people, who use the app to create, share, and view short videos. (Staff Photo by Alexandra Chan)

Move Over Vine, It’s TikTok Time

Find out what NYU students are saying about the trending social media app.
Gaby Baldovino, Staff Writer February 3, 2020

When the popular six-second video app, Vine, shut down in 2017, social media fanatics were enraged. How were they going to survive without an endless influx of totally useless,...

Tasty is a Buzzfeed brand known for fun, simple, and attractive recipe videos commonly seen on Facebook and Twitter.

Food Videos: Useful or Just Entertaining?

Celina Khorma, Staff Writer April 17, 2018
It's a known fact that college students have a rough time taking care of themselves. With the abundance of food videos on different social media platforms, are college students really learning how to cook through them?
Social Media Is Dying

Social Media Is Dying

Alex Pienkowski, Contributing Writer February 28, 2018
Social media is no longer social. Sites such as Facebook have become more preoccupied with video content instead of prioritizing social connections between its users.
Videos of pimple popping has always been an extreme interest or turn-off since some people find them fun to watch while some think they are disgusting and disturbing.

To Pop or Not to Pop?

Caroline Zemsky, Staff Writer October 24, 2017
Engrossing or just plain gross, pimple popping videos have garnered a large viral following.
Junior Josh Katz balances his Stern studies with running his 300,000 subscriber YouTube channel, that has attracted a total of almost 60 million views. Katz is one of a number of NYU students that lead successful YouTube sites.

On the Job: YouTubers

Alice Li, Contributing Writer April 26, 2017
NYU is known for their celebrities, but one might not always think of NYU's YouTube celebrities.

VIDEO: In the Kitchen with CAS sophomore Rachel Stratton

Kyle Salmon Droppa, Contributing Writer September 28, 2015
Cooking tips and a favorite recipe from CAS sophomore.

Bartenders donate shifts to Sandy victims

December 18, 2012
NYU alum and bar owner Michael Sinesky is donating Friday night shifts to displaced bartenders from the Rockaways.