Kaitlyn Wang, Features Editor
September 25, 2017
A guide to finding some fresh air in New York City that's not just Washington Square Park.Read more »
Sophie Shaw, Beauty & Style Editor
September 18, 2017
Letter from the Editor Fashion photographer Bill Cunningham once said, “Fashion is the armor to survive everyday life.” During New York Fashion Week, reality embraces fantasy and the armor becomes the focal point, presented, worn and celebrated by the most fashionable following. Each season, ...
Laura Shkouratoff and Rachel Buigas-Lopez, Creative Directors
September 11, 2017
Take a closer look at the familiar faces in Washington Square Park, from the Birdman to the artist that covers the walkways with chalk.Read more »
Natasha Roy, Assistant Managing Editor
September 5, 2017
NYU’s new freshman class descended upon the city this last week, and though they hail from all corners of the globe, they share the whirlwind that is their first week of college. I tend to think of my life in terms of firsts — my first teddy bear, my first time at sleepaway camp, my first school...
Rachel Ruecker, Senior Editor
May 1, 2017
NYU is a dream school. People flock from near and far to don the Violet — if only metaphorically — but once we’re here, we often get so caught up in the bureaucratic mess of it all. We become so bogged down with Writing the Essay and group projects that are not teaching us anything about collaboration t...
Sophie Shaw, Beauty and Style Editor
April 20, 2017
While the fast pace of city life is invigorating and exciting, wasteful behaviors often get swept up in the hastiness. New York’s fashion industry is no exception — with Zara and other fast-fashion stores on what seems like every other block, there is an underlying reality of pollution and waste...
Jemima McEvoy, News Editor
April 17, 2017
When I began working on the Environmental Issue, a scene from the movie Les Choristes, which I was forced to watch many many years ago in French class, came to mind. Whilst explaining his approach toward disciplining children in school, the teacher in the film coins the phrase “Action, Reaction”...
Yasmin Gulec, Dining Editor
April 10, 2017
Some people love fairy tales, but I personally love stories about food. Food and the way we consume it has evolved so rapidly — you can even see the changes in tastes and preferences by comparing a Washington Square News dining article from this year and another one from last year. But like any trend...
Hailey Nuthals, Arts Editor
April 6, 2017
This issue is a love poem to Venn diagrams. It is an ode to intersectionality. It is a peace offering to partisanship. I’m a very graphic learner. At the age of nine, I learned how to waterski by watching my younger sister get dragged by the boat for what her arms must have felt like were ho...
Miranda Levingston, Deputy News Editor
April 3, 2017
Research is contemplation in action. Although it can involve extensive reading and long hours in the lab, it is not a passive activity — research is the pursuit of information to better the world we live in. At NYU, the title “research university” is taken seriously, as research initiatives exist...
March 27, 2017
It’s easy to get stuck in routine: get up every morning, do the same things, think of things the same way. A routine is a routine, and it’s comforting. But sometimes getting off the beaten road — straying away from routine, trying something new or doing something that doesn’t always seem like...