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Concentus Music Marks Two-Year Anniversary

Concentus Music Marks Two-Year Anniversary

Emilia Yu, Contributing Writer
March 20
Filed under ARTS, Music

NYU student Vidisha Jain's music and media company Concentus celebrated its two-year anniversary last week with a rousing concert at the Delancey.

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Fusion Fest Holds Directing Masterclass with Alum Melina Matsoukas

Fusion Fest Holds Directing Masterclass with Alum Melina Matsoukas

Kyna McClenaghan, Contributing Writer
March 8
Filed under ARTS, Film, Film Festivals, NYU

At a masterclass hosted as a part of the annual NYU Fusion Film Festival, director and NYU alum Melina Matsoukas discussed directing and social justice.

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Dasychira Doesn’t Sacrifice Soul for Sound

Dasychira Doesn’t Sacrifice Soul for Sound

Connor Gatesman, Staff Writer
March 6
Filed under ARTS, Music

Clive Davis Institute student and musician Dasychira is headed to big places with his new EP "Immolated" — or rather insect-sized spaces.

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Tisch Senior Talks Making Thesis Film ‘Paper Daughters’

Tisch Senior Talks Making Thesis Film ‘Paper Daughters’

Ethan Sapienza, Film Editor
March 2
Filed under ARTS, Film, TOP STORIES

NYU senior Alexander Lu's thesis film "Paper Daughters" creates a personal interpretation of what was once American history during the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 — and what, with threats of increased immigration regulation, may come to be again.

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Tisch Grads Collab for Evocative Dance

Tisch Grads Collab for Evocative Dance

Ryan Mikel, Contributing Writer
February 27
Filed under ARTS, Entertainment

Tisch's MFA1 dance showcase this past weekend elevated dance from mere entertainment to a form of communication and education that only the most precise of artists can manage.

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How to Decorate Your Dorm Based on Your School

How to Decorate Your Dorm Based on Your School

Laura Shkouratoff, Creative Director
February 23
Filed under Housing

There are so many fun and creative ways to decorate a dorm room, but depending on which school you’re in, you may favor certain decorations over others. While command hooks and tape are advised against, divots in the wall from these decorations can be easily fixed by stuffing toilet paper in the holes...

Tisch to Manchester: Family, Grief and Writer’s Block

Tisch to Manchester: Family, Grief and Writer’s Block

Ethan Sapienza, Film Editor
February 21
Filed under ARTS, Film, TOP STORIES

Before he faces the nerves and excitement of finding out which of six Academy Award nominations he won this week, Kenneth Lonergan spoke with WSN about his latest film, "Manchester By the Sea," and what he feels when looking back at his time at Tisch.

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Finding Validation in the Music(k)

Finding Validation in the Music(k)

Isabel Beebe, Contributing Writer
February 15
Filed under ARTS, Music

Clive Davis Institute student Maxwell Musik, better known by his moniker Wolfe, caught up with WSN on making music and finding himself within his songs.

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Sight and Sound Showcases Student Cooperation and Talent

Sight and Sound Showcases Student Cooperation and Talent

Anastasiya Shelest, Contributing Writer
February 14
Filed under ARTS, Film

This semester's Sight and Sound Showcase, the culminating effort of Tisch's Fundamentals of Sight and Sound Film, Studio and Documentary courses, more than rose to the challenge of creating a short film in just two hours.

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Hitting Acting Out of the Park

Hitting Acting Out of the Park

Maddie Howard, Staff Writer
February 13
Filed under SPORTS

The time commitment necessary to be on a sports' team alone is enormous, but paired with the duties of being a full-time drama student, space-time boundaries are being pushed. Freshman Connor Haseley is pushing those boundaries.

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NYU Should Take Advantage of Virtual Reality

NYU Should Take Advantage of Virtual Reality

Henry Cohen, Staff Writer
February 13
Filed under OPINION

Virtual reality, more than just being a tool for the enhancement of pre-existing art forms, is capable of so much that it must be considered its own art form emergent from new technology.

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Make the Most of Your Schedule With These Favorite Classes

Make the Most of Your Schedule With These Favorite Classes

Faith Gates, Deputy Features Editor
February 2
Filed under FEATURES, TOP STORIES

With a plethora of classes available at NYU, it's hard to choose which ones to take. Some students talk about the favorite classes they've taken on campus.

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