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More Welcome, Less Weak

More Welcome, Less Weak

By WSN Editorial Board

September 4, 2018


Filed under Editor's Picks, Opinion

The Editorial Board discusses why clubs and student-organized events are the most crucial aspects of Welcome Week and building a community at NYU.

Staff Recs: Comedy Series

Staff Recs: Comedy Series

By Hannah Treasure, Dana Reszutek, Zach Martin, and Audrey Deng

November 12, 2015


Filed under Arts, Editor's Picks

The WSN staff recommends their favorite stand-up comedy specials and TV shows.

Staff Recs: High school films

Staff Recs: High school films

By Zach Martin, Maddie Pazzani, Audrey Deng, and Anne Cruz

November 5, 2015


Filed under Arts, Editor's Picks, Film

Reminisce your high school memories with these staff-recommended high school movies like "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" and "Heathers."

Staff Recs: Spooky Halloween movies to binge-watch

Staff Recs: Spooky Halloween movies to binge-watch

By Maddie Pazzani, Joseph Myers, Zach Martin, E.R. Pulgar, Bobby Wagner, and WSN Staff

October 29, 2015


Filed under Arts, Editor's Picks, Film

Celebrate Halloween with a seasonal movie binge with staff-recommended movies. The list includes the musical "Hocus Pocus," the nostalgic "Halloweentown" and the racy "Rocky Horror Picture Show."

Staff Recommendations: Podcasts

Staff Recommendations: Podcasts

By WSN Staff

October 2, 2015


Filed under Arts, Editor's Picks, Entertainment

Podcasts are an alternative way to get the news, learn about grammar or catch up on fictional towns in Night Vale. Listen to these staff-recommended podcasts on your next walk to class.

How To Issue 2013

How To Issue 2013

November 18, 2013


Filed under Editor's Picks, Special Editions, Special Issues

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Op Ed Live: Sexton’s Legacy

Op Ed Live: Sexton’s Legacy

November 15, 2013


Filed under Editor's Picks, Featured Multimedia, Multimedia, Opinion

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGjLEFPWgEI Steinhardt professor Ted Magder and co-chair of the WSN editorial board Edward Radzivilovskiy debate President John Sexton’s legacy, university governance, votes of no confidence, the NYU 2031 expansion plan, the controversial vacation home loan policies,...

Electric cars not realizable in the near future

Electric cars not realizable in the near future

November 14, 2013


Filed under Editor's Picks, Exclude From Homepage List, Opinion

Last week and for the third time in less than two months, a Model S from electric carmaker Tesla Motors caught fire after being involved in an accident. Shares of the company fell at least 7 percent for two consecutive days. The business, run by celebrity CEO Elon Musk, had already reported a net lo...

NYU’s diversity index increases most among top universities

NYU’s diversity index increases most among top universities

November 12, 2013


Filed under Editor's Picks, News

An analysis by The Chronicle of Higher Education said NYU has increased its diversity the most over the past 20 years out of the 60 liberal arts colleges and research institutions in the Association of American Universities. The average diversity index for all members of the AAU was 60.7 in 2012, an...

Insomnia Cookies expands delivery route, includes Carlyle Court

Insomnia Cookies expands delivery route, includes Carlyle Court

By Kavish Harjai, Staff Writer

November 12, 2013


Filed under Editor's Picks, News

Students in Carlyle Court residence hall can now have cookies delivered to their doors. Insomnia Cookies has decided to include the residence hall in its delivery route. CAS sophomore Austin Rivers, a Carlyle resident and Insomnia employee, started a campaign for the company to alter its delivery...

NYU Reacts: Impact of Typhoon Haiyan

NYU Reacts: Impact of Typhoon Haiyan

November 12, 2013


Filed under Editor's Picks, News

While Typhoon Haiyan’s destruction is over 8,000 miles away, its impact is being felt by students with roots in the Philippines. The storm, which tore through the Philippines this past weekend with up to 195 mph winds, devastated a large portion of the island nation — it leveled citie...

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