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Best Places to Cry at NYU

Best Places to Cry at NYU

Alyssa Kelly, Contributing Writer
March 20
Filed under FEATURES, TOP STORIES

We've all had those kind of days that have made us want to cry on the spot.But in a city as crowded as New York, it can be difficult to find a good place to do so. Here's a list of the best places on campus to get your cry on.

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Eat Your Way Around Each Dorm: Coffee

Eat Your Way Around Each Dorm: Coffee

Yasmin Gulec, Dining Editor
March 6
Filed under Dining, Dining, FEATURES

Coffee is a must in every college student's diet. Here are some coffee shops near every dorm.

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Staff Rants: Feb. 15-23

Staff Rants: Feb. 15-23

WSN Staff
February 23
Filed under OPINION, TOP STORIES

Another week has passed, and our staff is still ranting. Here's another edition of staff rants.

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Top Spots to Pull Your All-Nighter

Top Spots to Pull Your All-Nighter

Ankita Bhanot, Deputy Features Editor
October 21
Filed under Dining, FEATURES

All-nighters — they happen to the best of us. Here are some coffee shops around campus that are open late and provide a comfortable work environment.

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Quiet Spaces, Napping Places

Quiet Spaces, Napping Places

Zach Martin, Arts Editor
February 29
Filed under Uncategorized

Five best napping places on campus.

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Parents Day disruptive, little use

Parents Day disruptive, little use

Emily Fong, Staff Writer
October 27
Filed under OPINION

NYU Parent's Week wasn't a fun time at all. Not only was it an inconvenience for students in Bobst trying to study for midterms, but there are so many better ways for parents to spend time with their kids in the city.

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Midterms, Obama’s record debated

Midterms, Obama’s record debated

Marita Vlachou, Deputy News Editor
October 15
Filed under NEWS

An event was held on Oct. 14 to discuss the importance of the upcoming midterm elections.

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Political dynasties will lead until voted out

Political dynasties will lead until voted out

Johnpaul Baratta, Contributing Columnist
September 30
Filed under OPINION, Opinion Columnists

It shouldn't be a surprise to voters that the presumed frontrunners of the 2016 president election are a Clinton and a Bush - they keep the family in.

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Healthy on-the-go snacks to help study, ace midterm exams

Healthy on-the-go snacks to help study, ace midterm exams

March 11
Filed under Dining, FEATURES

Midterms are undeniably stressful for college students, and they often entail a time of year when healthy choices are abandoned for an abundance of sugar and caffeine. With a little planning, you can do yourself a favor by providing your brain and body with the fuel they need. Check out these healt...

How to survive midterms

How to survive midterms

March 7
Filed under FEATURES

It’s midterm season — Bobst is crowded 24 hours a day and students carry books as heavy as their eyelids, constantly searching for more caffeine. Assignments and tests are stressful enough, but having 40 percent of the class grade for four classes, all due within the same 48 hours, sounds impossible. Yet somehow, we manage it every semester. Here are a few tips on how ...

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