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Bob Moses: Fresh NYC Music Faces

Bob Moses: Fresh NYC Music Faces

Carter Shelter, Staff Writer
October 11, 2016
Filed under ARTS, Music

Local duo Bob Moses proved at their concert at Terminal 5 last week that electronic musicians can create bombastic, interactive shows just as well as any four-piece rock group.

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Andrew Hamilton must continue hugging legacy

Andrew Hamilton must continue hugging legacy

J-Sex Appreciation Club
April 1, 2015
Filed under OPINION

Hamilton will need a novel approach to physical contact with students if he is to match Sexton's popularity.

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Necessity defense necessary for Flood Wall Street 11

Necessity defense necessary for Flood Wall Street 11

WSN Editorial Board
March 4, 2015
Filed under OPINION

The Flood Wall Street 11, a group of protesters who refused to plead guilty to charges of disorderly conduct during the Flood Wall Street demonstrations on September 22, could have their charges dropped. A Manhattan criminal court judge implied Monday that he would consider hearing their defense that the ... Read more »

De Blasio confronts city housing shortage

De Blasio confronts city housing shortage

Alex Bazeley, Deputy News Editor
February 3, 2015
Filed under NEWS

Mayor de Blasio makes an effort to provide affordable housing to residents.

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Obama must act on immigration reform

Obama must act on immigration reform

April 8, 2014
Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, OPINION

In the State of the Union address in January, President Barack Obama reiterated his commitment to passing immigration reform that would finally provide protection and a path to citizenship for the estimated 11.7 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States. According to reports by The New York Times,... Read more »

U.S. should set example for Uganda

U.S. should set example for Uganda

February 18, 2014
Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, OPINION

President Barack Obama warned Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni that enacting a proposed anti-gay law would be detrimental to diplomatic relations on Feb. 16. The proposed law mandates 14 years imprisonment on the first conviction and up to life imprisonment for “aggravated homosexuality.” Ugand... Read more »

Court ruling opportunity for NYU

Court ruling opportunity for NYU

January 29, 2014
Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, OPINION

A Manhattan judge ruled that the Bloomberg administration improperly relinquished three implied public parks for NYU construction without approval from New York State, causing a setback to the university’s controversial expansion plan. State Supreme Court Justice Donna Mills’ ruling against the pro... Read more »

Geneva II talks fall short, prove ineffective

Geneva II talks fall short, prove ineffective

January 27, 2014
Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, OPINION

Yesterday afternoon, the Syria peace talks in Geneva produced their first breakthrough. The UN mediator Lakhdar Brahimi reported that both parties have agreed upon conditions under which women and children are allowed to leave the besieged city of Homs, Syria. Although this deal marks an important first... Read more »

CNN should focus on reporting, not drama

CNN should focus on reporting, not drama

October 3, 2013
Filed under Uncategorized

Ever since its revival, the CNN television program “Crossfire” has been met with much controversy. The show is supposedly designed to present a debate between politically liberal and politically conservative pundits and offer unique, challenging perspectives to the public. However this description... Read more »

U.S. intelligence should be kept on domestic front

U.S. intelligence should be kept on domestic front

September 12, 2013
Filed under OPINION

New allegations pertaining to the activity of the NSA have been published by The Guardian. The allegations cite a confidential “memorandum of understanding” between the United States and Israel, which indiscriminately shares raw intelligence with Israel. According to the language of the memorandum, ... Read more »

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is endangering food stamp programs

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is endangering food stamp programs

September 10, 2013
Filed under OPINION

Food insecurity remains a critical issue for millions of Americans. Families in every county in America depend on food stamps for their basic survival. The recent misguided attack led by the House Majority Leader Eric Cantor and his Republican colleagues to slash the food stamp program, the last s... Read more »

Syrian conflict requires U.S. intervention

Syrian conflict requires U.S. intervention

April 29, 2013
Filed under OPINION

With new evidence that the Syrian government may be using chemical weapons against rebel groups, the civil war — which began in 2011 as part of a broader set of uprisings in the Arab world — has reached another critical point. In response to these developments, Senator John McCain, on NBC's Meet... Read more »

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