On Saturday the 21st of January, women’s rights advocates across the globe marched in protest of the recent inauguration of the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump. Millions of marchers attended the over 400 protests which occurred across the States, and the over 150 which occurred...
In our first issue of the year, WSN shines a spotlight on a weekend of political frenzy, talking to organizers on opposite ends of the political spectrum.Read more »
NYU student Eli Nachmany worked hard on President Trump's campaign, and talked about his experience working on one of the most divisive presidential inaugurations in history.Read more »
Amidst the politically divisive days of late, Sundance Film Festival faces its own controversies, from its founders to its participants.Read more »
NYU students attended the Women's March in D.C. after Donald Trump's inauguration.Read more »
Willie Geist, NBC anchor and news correspondent, spoke with WSN on what to expect from the inauguration of the 45th President of the United States.Read more »
The Adjunct Faculty Union, a group of professors comprising of over 60 percent of the working staff at NYU, has historically rallied for fair wages and benefits for its members. As President Hamilton begins his tenure, the group has even more goals to achieve and issues to address.Read more »
Bagpipes played on Sunday morning to commence the 16th presidential inauguration of NYU for Andrew Hamilton. The full crowd in the Skirball Center stood for the anthem, and around 70 administrators and campus leaders filed onto the stage. While many people cracked Hamilton: The Musical ...
For Hamilton, inauguration week is less a celebration of him than a reconciliation and celebration of NYU as a whole.Read more »