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Our Coolest Tips to Beat the Heat

Our Coolest Tips to Beat the Heat

Abigail Weinberg, Features Editor
August 28, 2016
Filed under FEATURES, TOP STORIES

NYU students arriving at Washington Square for the new school year get to take part in one of New York’s most popular rituals: complaining about the heat. And this isn't just a typical case of New Yorkers revelling in having something to complain about; according to the Environmental Protection Ag... Read more »

What’s New at NYU?

Ankita Bhanot, Features Editor
August 28, 2016
Filed under FEATURES

As the new school year approaches, students are preparing to fall back into their usual routines. Although you can count on a lot of the same late night cram sessions at Bobst and delicious Chik-Fil-A’s at Upstein, there are some big changes coming to NYU this semester. Renovation of the Academic Space Center NYU compl... Read more »

Tech Innovation Sees Fashion Follow Suit

Tech Innovation Sees Fashion Follow Suit

Gabriella Bower, Beauty & Style Editor
August 28, 2016
Filed under Beauty & Style, FEATURES

Over nine months ago, industry leaders from all over the world met at the Davos Resort in Switzerland for the World Economic Forum to discuss the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Now, fashion industry leaders are considering this newest revolution and how it will transform the world of fashion. The D... Read more »

The One and Not-Quite-Done Generation

The One and Not-Quite-Done Generation

Grace Halio, Deputy Features Editor
October 26, 2015
Filed under Uncategorized

An account of ambiguous relationships, hooking up and the dreaded "catching feelings."

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NYU alumna advocates for women’s rights

NYU alumna advocates for women’s rights

Diamond Naga Siu, Contributing Writer
October 5, 2015
Filed under FEATURES

NYU Law alumna Mallika Dutt reflects on her work as a human rights activist.

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This Weekend: October 2-4

This Weekend: October 2-4

Verena Toh, Contributing Writer
September 30, 2015
Filed under FEATURES

Convenient and affordable events in New York City this weekend, Oct. 2-4.

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Alum Dot da Genius talks Kid Cudi, music business, value of a degree

Aicha Fall, Contributing Writer
September 28, 2015
Filed under FEATURES

NYU Poly Alum Dot da Genius sits down with WSN to talk music and education.

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Top 4 spots to spend Oktoberfest

Top 4 spots to spend Oktoberfest

Nikki Link, Contributing Writer
September 28, 2015
Filed under FEATURES

Best Oktoberfest events — you won't even have to leave NYC.

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The Human Rights Symposium

Grace Halio and Diamond Naga Siu
September 27, 2015
Filed under Uncategorized

The Gallatin Global Fellowship in Human Rights hosted a symposium on Thursday, September 24.

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Shakespeare, ‘The Wire’ share common ground

Shakespeare, ‘The Wire’ share common ground

Karen Kandelman, Contributing Writer
September 21, 2015
Filed under FEATURES

Shakespeare’s war plays and HBO’s hit show “The Wire” may have few similarities on the surface, but NYU Global Distinguished Professor Elisabeth Bronfen believes otherwise. On Sept. 16, Bronfen took the opportunity to expose the similarities between the works in a panel hosted by the NYU Cent... Read more »

Club icon’s edgy style on view at FIT

Club icon’s edgy style on view at FIT

Natalia Barr, Staff Writer
September 21, 2015
Filed under FEATURES

In the midst of a dark room covered in graffiti, a cartoonish figure holding a sign that reads, “It’s show time” welcomes guests to “Fashion Underground: The World of Susanne Bartsch,” the newest exhibit at the Museum at FIT. The exhibition, which opened last Friday, offers an inside view of event pro... Read more »

Brooklyn’s Photoville fosters artistic community

Brooklyn’s Photoville fosters artistic community

Ankita Bhanot, Contributing Writer
September 21, 2015
Filed under FEATURES

Brooklyn's Photoville connects photography fans and artists alike at this outdoor event.

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