Q&A: Gallatin Student Seeks to Protect Peers Through Campaign

Greta Chevance, Deputy News Editor

Gallatin senior Madeline Dolgin was awarded the first ever Social Justice Award by the Global Spiritual Life Office.

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April 29, 2016

Recent NEWS Stories

The NYU Divest group after ending their occupation of one of the Bobst library elevators.

Divestment: More Controversial Than You’d Think

April 28, 2016

NYU Divest and its allies have made progress in re...  Read More »

Current Tandon doctoral student, Jared Frank, will soon be known internationally after his participation in the French-American Doctoral Exchange Seminar, FADEx, for his work on a socially interactive robot.

Q&A with the Tandon Student Behind the Facially Cognizant Robot

April 28, 2016

Jared Frank is best known at NYU for his work on a ...  Read More »

Gallatin School of Individualized Study Founder Herb London spoke with students about Gallatin's history and his views on foreign policy.

Founder of Gallatin Might Not Fit Well in a Gallatin Classroom

April 27, 2016

Herbert London, founder of the Gallatin School of Indiv...  Read More »

As part of Earth Day, NYC attempted to create car-free zones around NYC such as Washington Square Park.

NYU Encourages Students To Go Car-Free, But Most Already Do — Here’s Why

April 27, 2016

In celebration of Earth Day this past Friday, NYU sough...  Read More »

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Florence: Mercato Centrale, a Mirror of New York

Grace Halio, Abroad Editor

Studying abroad in Florence can make you miss New York, even if you're reluctant to admit it.

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April 29, 2016

Students who had class with celebrity model, Karlie Kloss, said that everyone treated her like a normal student.

NYU Students on Campus Celebrities: Over It

April 29, 2016

With college signing day now in the books and still ...  Read More »

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What’s All This Hype About Rainbow Cake?

April 29, 2016

Raindrop Cake, which debuted during the fourth week of Willia...  Read More »

Estimates have found that more than 6,000 languages spoken around the world will disappear by the end of the century.

Prague: American Guilt in Speaking English

April 28, 2016

Anywhere I go in Prague, I start with a “dobrý den....  Read More »

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How Leicester City Can Turn the Premier League Upside Down

Dereck Amakye Jr., Contributing Writer

Is Leicester City's ascent to the top of the Premier League a result of their play, or the decreasing quality of numerous other teams?

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April 29, 2016

Recent SPORTS Stories

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The Sports Kid Column: Shouldn’t I Hate My Team’s Rivals?

April 29, 2016

I am a noted New York sports fan. Raid my closet and ...  Read More »

Kahala Bonsignore had two hits across the two games played against Drew University on Wednesday, April 27.

Softball’s Big Bats Secure Doubleheader Sweep

April 28, 2016

The NYU softball continued to scorch its opponents on Wedn...  Read More »

Matthew Wells scattered three hits over four innings of relief, allowing only one run on Wednesday's losing effort.

Baseball Pitches, Slips, Ultimately Misses in Coney Island Game

April 28, 2016

The NYU baseball squad suffered a spirited defeat on W...  Read More »

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Though Born Without an Umbilical Cord, ‘Viktoria’ Ties Together a Tale of Maternal Love

Though Born Without an Umbilical Cord, ‘Viktoria’ Ties Together a Tale of Maternal Love

Zuzia Czemier-Wolonciej, Staff Writer

"Viktoria" tells the story of the relationship between a mother and her baby girl born without an umbilical cord.

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April 29, 2016

Recent ARTS Stories

"Swiss Army Man", an upcoming film starring Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe, is amongst the list of things the Washington Square News staff are looking forward to this summer.

Staff Recs: Arts for Your Summer 2016, Featuring Beyonce, ‘Hamilton’ and a Farting Corpse

April 28, 2016

Beyonce's FORMATION World Tour HOLD UP — with the recent rele...  Read More »

Peter Dowling's film, "Sacrifice," opens in NYC at the IFC on Friday, April 29.

‘Sacrifice’ Portrays The Evil of Patriarchal Societies

April 28, 2016

When one thinks of myths or folklore, the mind pro...  Read More »

Heather Hutchison's solo exhibit, "What I learned from the Sky," displayed at Winston Wachter Fine Art focuses on the use of ambient light as a main material in her work.

Heather Hutchison Learns from the Sky

April 28, 2016

Heather Hutchison’s solo exhibit at Winston Wachter...  Read More »

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