Washington Square News

When Katz Met Delicatessen

When Katz Met Delicatessen

By Drew Lederman, Staff Writer

April 10, 2017


Filed under Dining, Features, Top Stories

The order-up eatery in the Lower East Side represents a timeless deli culture that was brought over by Jewish immigrants and became popularized at the turn of the century.

History Reclaimed, Identity Redefined in ‘Latin History for Morons’

History Reclaimed, Identity Redefined in ‘Latin History for Morons’

By Annaluz Cabrera, Staff Writer

April 6, 2017


Filed under Arts, Theater

John Leguizamo's play "Latin History for Morons" takes a stab at making U.S. history a little less colonial, and a little more colorful.

Educators Should Encourage a More Empathetic Understanding of History

Educators Should Encourage a More Empathetic Understanding of History

By Henry Cohen, Staff Writer

March 22, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

On the contrary, in seeing these historical figures as only names in a textbook we forget that they were real flesh-and-blood people with fears and aspirations, and knowing this can only enhance our understanding of the past.

Students See Black History Month as More Important Now Than Ever

Students See Black History Month as More Important Now Than Ever

By Sayer Devlin, Deputy News Editor

February 16, 2017


Filed under Diversity at NYU, News

The African Heritage Month planning committee has lined up a series of events to celebrate Black History Month. Students believe that the celebration to unify the NYU community.

Valentine’s Day Dessert Tour is Sweeter Than Sugar

Valentine’s Day Dessert Tour is Sweeter Than Sugar

By Drew Lederman, Contributing Writer

February 8, 2017


Filed under Dining, Features

Valentine's Day is all about celebrating all types of love, and there is no better way to celebrate it than with candy. If you want to get creative this Valentines Day, spread the love by bringing a special someone, a friend, or just yourself, to Sugartooth Tours’ Valentine's Day dessert tour.

Liberals Shouldn’t Idealize Fidel Castro’s Legacy

Liberals Shouldn’t Idealize Fidel Castro’s Legacy

By Henry Cohen, Contributing Writer

November 30, 2016


Filed under Opinion

The contemporary normalization of Fidel Castro is a disservice to the tens of thousands murdered or exiled because of his actions.

Jewelry: From Status to Self-Expression

Jewelry: From Status to Self-Expression

By Brina Jeffries, Staff Writer

November 17, 2016


Filed under Beauty & Style, Features

Jewelry no longer defines social status but rather self expression.

Giamatti as Nijinsky: A Legend Worthy of the Role

Giamatti as Nijinsky: A Legend Worthy of the Role

By Hailey Nuthals, Arts Editor

October 28, 2016


Filed under Arts, Entertainment, Top Stories

Famed ballerina Vaslav Nijinsky's diaries were brought to something more than life on Monday night's reading by actor Paul Giamatti.

London’s Historical Highlights, from 1 A.D. to the 21st Century

London’s Historical Highlights, from 1 A.D. to the 21st Century

By Thomas Devlin, Staff Writer

April 27, 2016


Filed under Abroad, Features

To be a Londoner, you've got to at least be conversational about some of the city's history. Here are a few historical highlights from the capital of the United Kingdom.

Fringe x Feminism

Fringe x Feminism

By Gabriella Bower and Tatiana Perez

April 21, 2016


Filed under Special Editions

Fashion has had a long history of social commentary and capturing cultural moments. From Coco Chanel’s introduction of the tweed suit for women in the ‘20s, to today’s influx of gender-fluid clothing lines, fashion and feminism have continually overlapped. Thought feminists of the past may not h...

Georgetown Reparations Are Long Overdue

Georgetown Reparations Are Long Overdue

By Connor Borden, Contributing Writer

April 18, 2016


Filed under Opinion

History informs and teaches so that all learn from the injustice of our predecessors.

New York’s Unethical Treatment of Countless Corpses

New York’s Unethical Treatment of Countless Corpses

By Connor Borden, Contributing Writer

April 11, 2016


Filed under Opinion

The right to one’s own body is passed on posthumously to a loved one to respect one’s will.

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