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What Do We Mean By ‘Mainstream Media’?

What Do We Mean By ‘Mainstream Media’?

Theo Wayt, Staff Writer

December 4, 2017


Filed under OPINION

Though I sometimes enjoyed gawking at Fox News' or Breitbart's stories, I never took them seriously. But as I conducted my first interview for my journalism final project, I realized I had made a major oversight.

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Coffee For Dogs

Coffee For Dogs

Drew Lederman, Staff Writer

November 20, 2017


Filed under Dining, Dining, FEATURES

Coffee that dogs could drink is surfacing on the market. But what is it?

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‘The Dress’ Brings Polarizing Topics Out of the Closet

‘The Dress’ Brings Polarizing Topics Out of the Closet

Christine Lee, Staff Writer

November 20, 2017


Filed under NEWS

Q&A with an NYU professor who did a research study about the science behind the blue or gold 'dress debate.'

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Freshman Jake Velvel Makes His Mark

Freshman Jake Velvel Makes His Mark

Maddie Howard, Sports Editor

September 18, 2017


Filed under SPORTS, TOP STORIES

Freshman men's soccer player Jake Velvel produces multiple standout performances.

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A Brief Introduction to NYU’s Leftist Clubs

A Brief Introduction to NYU’s Leftist Clubs

Sayer Devlin, News Editor

September 11, 2017


Filed under NEWS, TOP STORIES, University News

At Club Fest on Sept. 6, while many students were browsing through traditional college clubs such as Greek organizations and cultural affinity groups, NYU’s leftist clubs were out in full force hoping to add to their legion of activists.

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“MURO” Installation Divides Washington Square Park

“MURO” Installation Divides Washington Square Park

Caroline Haskins and Miranda Levingston

September 7, 2017


Filed under ARTS, City News, NEWS, Uncategorized

Bosco Sodi, an artist from Oaxaca, Mexico used 1,600 clay bricks in an art installation responding to President Trumps immigration policy.

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Leonard N. Stern School of Business Commencement ‘17

Leonard N. Stern School of Business Commencement ‘17

Pamela Jew, Staff Writer

May 21, 2017


Filed under NEWS

NYU Stern celebrated their commencement ceremony by honoring all of their students — the ambitious, the determined and those unwilling to take "no" for an answer.

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Global Liberal Studies Commencement ‘17

Global Liberal Studies Commencement ‘17

Veronica Liow, Multimedia Editor

May 20, 2017


Filed under NEWS

For Global Liberal Studies students, the commencement ceremony on Tuesday was not a commencement at all — rather a continuation of the brave and ambitious work they already began during their studies at NYU.

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School of Law Commencement ’17

School of Law Commencement ’17

Veronica Liow, Multimedia Editor

May 20, 2017


Filed under NEWS

Even despite fraught political and social climates, the 2017 graduates of NYU's School of Law faced their future this Thursday with enthusiasm and excitement.

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Graduates of 185th Commencement Stand for Honor in the Face of Challenge

Graduates of 185th Commencement Stand for Honor in the Face of Challenge

Caroline Haskins, Staff Writer

May 19, 2017


Filed under NEWS

The university's 185th Commencement ceremony was as heartfelt as such a ceremony should be, but can be summed up with the "Hamilton" quote used by student speaker Roxanne Roman — "Look around, look around at how lucky we are to be alive right now. History is happening, and we just happen to be in the greatest city in the world."

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School of Medicine Commencement ‘17

School of Medicine Commencement ‘17

Shiva Darshan, Staff Writer

May 19, 2017


Filed under NEWS

NYU's School of Medicine graduates accepted their diplomas and their life-or-death career paths this Wednesday with relief and great happiness.

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College of Arts and Science Commencement ‘17

College of Arts and Science Commencement ‘17

Thomas Chou, Staff Writer

May 19, 2017


Filed under NEWS

The CAS Baccalaureate ceremony was replete with touching sentiment, from a poem written by the departing Dean Gabrielle Starr to the more humorous but still touching instructions for graduates by NYU Provost Katherine Fleming.

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