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Residential Staff Should Be Trained for Opioid Overdose Prevention

Residential Staff Should Be Trained for Opioid Overdose Prevention

WSN Editorial Board
April 25, 2017
Filed under OPINION, TOP STORIES

Amidst the recent rise in opioid-related deaths, sporadic opioid overdose training is not enough to combat. The university must begin educating its residential life staff on how to deal with opioid overdoses.

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Trump, China and North Korea: A Raw Deal

Trump, China and North Korea: A Raw Deal

Anand Balaji, Staff Writer
April 24, 2017
Filed under OPINION

These actions were both done in retaliation against an increasingly aggressive North Korea that has conducted several missile launches and a public assassination in Malaysia since Trump took office. However Trump’s response has done nothing to improve the safety of the region and instead seriously undermines one of his core campaign promises: holding China accountable on free trade.

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NYU Doesn’t Reach Its Potential in Science

NYU Doesn’t Reach Its Potential in Science

Arushi Sahay, Contributing Writer
April 20, 2017
Filed under OPINION, TOP STORIES

The effort NYU has been making is staggering and we certainly must commend Hamilton for his effort, but there is still something to be desired from the science program at NYU. This is especially true for the casual scientist. For the person who isn’t majoring in science, but would still like to get involved, the lack of breadth in our programs make that difficult.

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Latest DeVos Gaffe Affirms Students’ Fears

Latest DeVos Gaffe Affirms Students’ Fears

WSN Editorial Board
March 1, 2017
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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Oscars Are Still Problematic

Oscars Are Still Problematic

Drew Lederman, Contributing Writer
February 27, 2017
Filed under OPINION

While the Oscars may be more diverse this year, the award still has an immensely white-washed past to counter it's current progress.

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There’s More to Cynicism Than Just Being Obnoxious

There’s More to Cynicism Than Just Being Obnoxious

Henry Cohen, Staff Writer
February 27, 2017
Filed under OPINION

Many people falsely believe that being cynical equates to being dismissive and obnoxious. However, cynicism is a mentality and lifestyle that can fill one's life with individual happiness.

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Letter to the Editor: ‘NYU Should Reevaluate the LS Program’

Letter to the Editor: ‘NYU Should Reevaluate the LS Program’

LS Student Council
February 27, 2017
Filed under OPINION

The Liberal Studies Student Council argues that NYU's Liberal Studies program does in fact prepare students for their majors and their future careers, while also providing them with a thorough liberal arts education.

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BREAKING: 69 Hour Protest to Fix Kimmel Water Dispensers Ends

BREAKING: 69 Hour Protest to Fix Kimmel Water Dispensers Ends

Zach Martin, Arts Editor
April 1, 2016
Filed under NEWS, University News

NYU students take issue with the faulty water dispenser in the Kimmel Center.

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