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

Washington Square News

With the abrupt end to their athletic season, NYU athletes find creative ways to remain active at home. (Staff Illustration by Charlie Dodge)

NYU Athletes Discuss Their Quarantine Routines

In this article, NYU Athletes talk free time without sports and dealing with training setbacks.
Kevin Ryu, Staff Writer April 13, 2020

CAS senior and captain of the women’s golf team Arisa Kimura did not expect to spend her second semester attending middle-of-the-night classes, watching television (her current...

March is Women’s History Month, and it is about time to bring the struggles, identities and successes of marginalized women to the forefront of people’s minds. NYU students discuss some of their own experiences and the stories of the women who inspire them each day. (Staff Illustration by Charlie Dodge)

Women’s History Is Made Daily

What being a woman represents to students in 2020 and the women that inspire them to keep paving the way.
Nya Etienne, Staff Writer March 24, 2020

It’s March, which means that National Women’s History Month is upon us. When one thinks about women’s history, Susan B. Anthony’s suffragette movement is one of the most...

Richie Rambarran (front) scored one of NYU’s goals in a 3-0 victory over Brooklyn College on Sept. 22.

Weekly Sports Update: Men’s Soccer Team Wins Seventh Straight

September 24, 2018
A recap of NYU sports from Sept. 18 to Sept. 23.
Former USWNT player Angela Hucles speaking at the SheBelieves Summit on March 3.

USWNT Hosts SheBelieves Summit in New York City

Tori Bianco, Staff Writer March 26, 2018
Tori Bianco recounts the She Believes Summit hosted by the United States Women's National Team.
Front entrance to the Brooklyn Athletic Facility, which is currently under renovation.

Tandon Athletes Endure Disproportionate Struggles

Bela Kirpalani, Contributing Writer February 12, 2018
Tandon student athletes feel a disproportionate level of stress in comparison to others involved in NYU Athletics.
CAS freshman Sophie Foster-Palmer on the women’s soccer team and plays midfield and defense positions.

Women’s Soccer’s Foster-Palmer

Helen Xie, Staff Writer November 20, 2017
This week, we get to know CAS freshman Sophie Foster-Palmer, a member of the NYU women's soccer team.
Varsity sports players tell what it’s like to juggle school life during midterms season and their athletic life during the semester.

Athletes Juggle Travel and School

Nalani Ogawa, Contributing Writer October 23, 2017
Being on the road during crucial academic time periods proves difficult for NYU Athletes.
This week’s recap includes Men and Women’s Cross Country, Soccer, and Volleyball and their upcoming games in October.

Weekly Sports Update: Sept. 23 to Sept. 30

Tyler Crews, Contributing Writer October 2, 2017
Tyler Crews gives this week's results in NYU Athletics.
The NYU Men’s Soccer team scored a 6-0 victory over Suny Maritime on September 16th. Drew Enyedi [pictured] scored a goal just 8 minutes into the match.

Men’s Soccer Dominates SUNY Maritime

Tyler Crews, Contributing Writer September 18, 2017
NYU men's soccer defeats SUNY Maritime with a 6-0 finish.

Nalani Ogawa (Left) and Alex Benedict (RIght)  both scored goals in the Saturday night women’s soccer match.

Women’s Soccer Earns Third Shutout

Alex Domb, Contributing Writer September 18, 2017
NYU women's soccer defeats Mount Saint Mary with a 2-0 finish.
When 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick knelt during the national anthem, he started a controversial discussion on the intersection of politics and sports.

Politics Belong In Sports

Sierra Jackson, Co-Managing Editor January 23, 2017
Sports are growing incredibly political, and the intersection between many major sports league and hot button issues is coming to to the forefront.
A total of 49 NYU athletes received the UAA All-Academic team honor this year, including womens volleyball player Rayne Ellis, pictured above (left).

49 Athletes Earn UAA All-Academic Honors

Maddie Howard, Staff Writer December 6, 2016
NYU athletes must maneuver a tricky line in balancing their academic and athletic endeavors.