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Ryan Thomas

Taylor Nicole Rogers, Features Editor
March 23
Filed under Uncategorized

A student who has now interned at the White House and with Hillary for America once struggled to get through a book. But Ryan Thomas now excels in the classroom and serves as the Student Senators Council chair. He credits a supportive elementary school education from third grade on as a crucial factor...

Trump’s Budget Hurts Higher Education

Trump’s Budget Hurts Higher Education

WSN Editorial Board
March 20
Filed under OPINION, TOP STORIES

Although President Donald Trump has claimed that he wants to help the working class and young people, his proposed budget cuts will only make higher education less affordable — especially for low-income students.

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Latest DeVos Gaffe Affirms Students’ Fears

Latest DeVos Gaffe Affirms Students’ Fears

WSN Editorial Board
March 1
Filed under OPINION

While NYU is a private institution, DeVos’ actions will affect the education system as a whole — including federal financial aid that many NYU students rely on. Therefore, it is imperative that we continue to represent reason and truth by speaking out against people like DeVos.

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Despite Grievances, NYU Incomparable

Despite Grievances, NYU Incomparable

WSN Editorial Board
February 27
Filed under OPINION, TOP STORIES

Although NYU offers its students an abundance of opportunities and resources, the university still has a lot of progress to make before it can reflect the values held by its student body and faculty.

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Stop Teaching Girls They Are Intellectually Inferior

Stop Teaching Girls They Are Intellectually Inferior

Cara Zambrano, Staff Writer
February 1
Filed under OPINION

This wrong perception is accentuated by the double standard of society and improper representation of both genders in the media.

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NYU Affordability Is Hurting Educational Opportunity

NYU Affordability Is Hurting Educational Opportunity

Cara Zambrano, Staff Writer
January 26
Filed under OPINION

It is essential that colleges, including NYU, encourage the pursuit of an academic career for all students by nurturing a higher economic mobility rate and an environment where financial differences are undistinctive.

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Despite Inconsistent Stories, Anti-PC Prof Should Return to Classes

Despite Inconsistent Stories, Anti-PC Prof Should Return to Classes

WSN Editorial Board
November 4
Filed under OPINION

Whether or not Rectenwald’s grievances were valid, his integrity has been challenged by the inaccuracy of his own narrative. His false allegations are evidence that he is not a misunderstood victim, but a hypocrite.

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Record High School Graduation Rate Is Not Meaningful

Record High School Graduation Rate Is Not Meaningful

WSN Editorial Board
October 20
Filed under OPINION

The number of high schoolers graduating on time is not an accurate measurement of the success of the nation’s education system, or its future workforce.

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The Only Path to Educational Improvement Is Desegregation of Schools

The Only Path to Educational Improvement Is Desegregation of Schools

WSN Editorial Board
September 15
Filed under OPINION

Diverse learning environments create increased opportunities for all students, no matter their circumstances, and prepare them for an increasingly global workplace awaiting them post-graduation.

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End Gender Barriers for Male Teachers

End Gender Barriers for Male Teachers

Shiva Darshan, Staff Writer
April 20
Filed under OPINION, Uncategorized

Fighting the outmoded stereotypes about male teachers will improve education for all students.

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Olivia Fay Rallies for Socially Responsible Fashion

Olivia Fay Rallies for Socially Responsible Fashion

Gabriella Bower, Beauty and Style Editor
April 18
Filed under Beauty & Style, FEATURES

Olivia Fay a Stern MBA grad, from the class of 2015 recently launched her socially responsible fashion brand, Rallier.

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