Washington Square News

Looking Back

Looking Back

By Maddie Howard, Sports Editor

February 25, 2018


Filed under Uncategorized

Adaptation is a double-edged sword. Moving back to New York City’s city bustle can be just as difficult as leaving the Big Apple.

Looking In

Looking In

By Joyce Lee, Contributing Writer

February 25, 2018


Filed under Uncategorized

Adapting to a new country is a different process for everyone. However, leaving New York City’s bright lights is an extra challenge when many of NYU’s study abroad sites are situated in slower-paced locations.

Another Election Gone Awry

Another Election Gone Awry

By Michael Landes, Staff Writer

November 14, 2016


Filed under Arts, Theater

The sheer impressiveness of the physicality in Shakespeare in the Square's adaptation of the classic "Coriolanus" makes it more than just good theater — it makes it an aching vindication of the feelings too often trapped inside ourselves.

French cooking made easy with ratatouille

French cooking made easy with ratatouille

March 25, 2014


Filed under Dining, Features

Ratatouille is a traditional vegetable dish from the Provence region of France. Chefs debate the proper way to sauté, simmer and layer the dish, but they tend to agree on the primary ingredients: tomatoes, garlic, bell peppers, zucchini and eggplant. Most of the traditional approaches to cookin...

Orlando Bloom unable to save modern-day ‘Romeo and Juliet’ adaptation

Orlando Bloom unable to save modern-day ‘Romeo and Juliet’ adaptation

October 1, 2013


Filed under Arts

The worlds of “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “Romeo and Juliet” feel as though they exist in different universes. One reminds audiences of Hollywood’s fascination with handsome men embroiled in swordfights, while the other evokes memories of grueling high school essays, the dread of pop...