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Professors Work to Develop 5G Wireless Testbed

Professors Work to Develop 5G Wireless Testbed

By Sarah Jackson, Deputy News Editor

April 23, 2018


Filed under City News, News, University News

Three professors from the Tandon School of Engineering are part of a team working on a testbed of 5G wireless networks.

Little Less Conversation and a Little More Wifi Please

Little Less Conversation and a Little More Wifi Please

By Jennifer Sanchez, Contributing Writer

March 21, 2018


Filed under Features

Coffeeshops and Wifi go hand to hand for many NYC residents. What do NYU students think about this relationship?

On the Job: YouTubers

On the Job: YouTubers

By Alice Li, Contributing Writer

April 26, 2017


Filed under Features

NYU is known for their celebrities, but one might not always think of NYU's YouTube celebrities.

NYU Developing New Wireless Technology

NYU Developing New Wireless Technology

By Sanjukta Phadke, Contributing Writer

April 17, 2017


Filed under News

NYU Wireless received a donation from a corporation to aid the development of a 5G network.

Improve Cybersecurity at NYU

Improve Cybersecurity at NYU

By WSN Editorial Board

April 10, 2017


Filed under Opinion

NYU has an obligation to not only alert its students of potential cyber threats, but take more serious measures to assure attacks like these do not occur again.

When the Internet Meets Theater

When the Internet Meets Theater

By Michael Landes, Staff Writer

November 21, 2016


Filed under Arts, Theater

In a panel last Tuesday, Broadway bigwigs met to discuss the way forward for technology in theater.

Does Internet Redefine Celebrity?

Does Internet Redefine Celebrity?

By Thomas Miritello, Contributing Writer

November 7, 2016


Filed under Arts, Entertainment

With the rate at which we watch television declining and the rise of YouTube as a place to create a celebrity career, what does that mean for our understanding of fame?

Individual Interpretation in Literature on the Decline

Individual Interpretation in Literature on the Decline

By Jack Campbell, Contributing Writer

October 20, 2016


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

There is a fundamental difference between reading a book and reading about a book.

Ken Bone’s Notoriety Is Indicative of American Politics

Ken Bone’s Notoriety Is Indicative of American Politics

By Melanie Pineda, Staff Writer

October 19, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Ken Bone, like the U.S., slowly developed into one colossal Internet joke with endless amounts of ugly history and, oddly enough, no punch line.

Yahoo Hacking Scandal is a Wake-Up Call

Yahoo Hacking Scandal is a Wake-Up Call

By Jack Campbell, Contributing Writer

October 6, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Both people and the websites they visit must be willing to take action in the interest of online security.

Meme Obsession Has Reached An Unhealthy Peak

Meme Obsession Has Reached An Unhealthy Peak

By Melanie Pineda, Contributing Writer

September 28, 2016


Filed under Opinion

While we may be laughing at the current state memes have placed our most important communication tool in, we can’t keep pretending that this joke is funny forever, and we definitely can’t keep ignoring when the joke goes too far.

Memes Could Spell Defeat for Democrats

Memes Could Spell Defeat for Democrats

By Colin Burke, Contributing Writer

February 25, 2016


Filed under Opinion

In a world where Donald Trump could feasibly become president, we can’t let memes ruin the democratic party.

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