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Steinhardt’s Community Gets Together to Discuss Education Reform in New York City

Steinhardt’s Community Gets Together to Discuss Education Reform in New York City

By Carol Oliveira, contributing writer

April 18, 2018


Filed under Features

Frontier 2018, a K-12 education conference organized by Steinhardt’s alumni brings experts, teachers and students to discuss education reform in NYC

Love (and Dance) Heals all Wounds at Skirball

Love (and Dance) Heals all Wounds at Skirball

By Julia Fields, Staff Writer

April 17, 2018


Filed under Arts, Entertainment

Skirball Center for Performing Arts hosted “Love Heals All Wounds” –– an expressive dance performance from the group Movement Art Is that highlighted current social issues

Comradery and Honor at NYU’s Veterans Ball

Comradery and Honor at NYU’s Veterans Ball

By Faith Marnecheck, Staff Writer

April 11, 2018


Filed under Features

The The Veterans Ball is organized each year by the NYU Military Alliance took place in Kimmel’s Rosenthal Pavilion on Saturday, April 7

In Conversation with April Ryan, Michael Steele and Jonathan Capehart

In Conversation with April Ryan, Michael Steele and Jonathan Capehart

By Sayer Devlin, News Editor

December 5, 2017


Filed under News

Jonathan Capehart, April Ryan and Michael Steele sat down with WSN to talk politics, race and the media before their Skirball Talk.

Staff Rants: Feb. 15-23

Staff Rants: Feb. 15-23

By WSN Staff

February 23, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Another week has passed, and our staff is still ranting. Here's another edition of staff rants.

Ricardo Seco F/W 2017

Ricardo Seco F/W 2017

By Gabriella Bower, Editor-at-Large

January 31, 2017


Filed under Fashion Week, Features

Following President Donald Trump's executive order that restricts immigration from seven Muslim countries, suspends all refugee admission for 120 days and bars all Syrian refugees indefinitely, many are speaking out against these actions — the fashion industry among them. Ricardo Seco showcased ...

Safety Pin: The New Symbol of Solidarity

Safety Pin: The New Symbol of Solidarity

By Ali Webb, Staff Writer

November 21, 2016


Filed under Beauty & Style, Features

Safety pins as symbols of solidarity have made its way on to the clothes of NYU students.

On the Job: America Reads and Counts

On the Job: America Reads and Counts

By Faith Gates, Staff Writer

November 4, 2016


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Although NYU gives students many different opportunities to earn scholarship money through work study jobs, the most popular job for students is the America Reads program, which attracts more than 1,000 volunteers each year.

Rubin and Chapelle S/S 2017

Rubin and Chapelle S/S 2017

By Diamond Naga Siu, News Editor

September 9, 2016


Filed under Fashion Week, Features

The Rubin and Chapelle Spring/Summer 2017 show went as smoothly as the silk that composed all the outfits. The low key event started when the first model strutted onto the walkway and stopped in the middle of the path. She donned a brightly colored dress that exposed almost her entire chest, and the ...

Lawmakers use money to distract from gun ownership issues

Lawmakers use money to distract from gun ownership issues

March 4, 2013


Filed under Opinion

As the debate over gun control rages on in the wake of last year’s horrific mass shootings, New York lawmakers have proposed what they see as a compromise. A new bill in the State Assembly would make a $1 million insurance policy mandatory for gun owners. Many other states are considering similar legislation. The...

Performers audition for ‘America’s Got Talent’ in New York

Performers audition for ‘America’s Got Talent’ in New York

January 30, 2013


Filed under News

“America’s Got Talent” is making its way to New York after a three-month long tour across the country. The show, which brands itself as a program that showcases all talents and people of all backgrounds and ages, is holding an open casting call in New York City on Feb. 1 and 2. The open auditions,...