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FBA Fashion Show

FBA Fashion Show

Sophie Shaw, Beauty & Style Editor
March 27
Filed under Beauty & Style, FEATURES

The Fashion Business Association's annual Spring Fashion Show featured eight student designers from NYU and other local universities.

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The Pineapple Pizza Debate That’s Slicing the World Apart

The Pineapple Pizza Debate That’s Slicing the World Apart

Allie Degen, Contributing Writer
March 27
Filed under Dining, Dining, FEATURES

The argument over whether pineapple is an acceptable pizza topping has escalated to new heights. Sparking enormous controversy over the Internet, the issue of pineapple pizza has divided mankind. But why? Why has pineapple pizza stirred up so much hysteria?

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NYU Criticized for Ties to Aramark

NYU Criticized for Ties to Aramark

Htoo Min, Deputy News Editor
March 27
Filed under NEWS, Uncategorized, University News

NYU Prison Divest created a petition requesting that the university end its relationship with the food provider Aramark Corporation.

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Crime Log: March 20 to March 26

Crime Log: March 20 to March 26

Coco Wang, Htoo Min, Deputy News Editors
March 27
Filed under Crime Log, NEWS

A look at the crimes on campus reported between March 20 and March 26.

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Jazz Collective C3 Sinks Its Teeth Into NYC

Jazz Collective C3 Sinks Its Teeth Into NYC

Connor Gatesman, Staff Writer
March 27
Filed under ARTS, Music

Just as Third North Residence Hall brings together multitudes of students to experience living with a variety of people, student jazz collective C3 — named after the building's basement level where they met — has brought a multitude of musical influences to their sound.

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New Soccer Mommy: Springtime Sadness

New Soccer Mommy: Springtime Sadness

Gilchrist Green, Music Editor
March 27
Filed under ARTS, Music

Soccer Mommy, the artist project of NYU sophomore Sophie Allison, just released two new singles — and they're as comforting and sad as a tight hug after a bad breakup.

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Investment in STEM Invites Growth

Investment in STEM Invites Growth

WSN Editorial Board
March 27
Filed under OPINION

NYU's investment in expanding STEM resources at Tandon will improve the university as a whole.

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Get Off the Liberal High Horse

Get Off the Liberal High Horse

Louis Rodriguez, Contributing Writer
March 27
Filed under OPINION

Young progressives who are preaching compassionate politics must also make an effort to understand viewpoints intensely different from their own.

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‘Black Renaissance Noire’ Marks Newest Issue

‘Black Renaissance Noire’ Marks Newest Issue

Khrysgiana Pineda, Staff Writer
March 27
Filed under ARTS, Books

The Black Renaissance Noire LitMag celebrated the release of its latest issue last Friday, hosting a panel with artists who each in their own way preserve a bit of the black American experience in their art, through sculpture, scatting or haikus.

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Food Waste Is Taking Over America

Food Waste Is Taking Over America

Kate Holland, Staff Writer
March 27
Filed under Dining, FEATURES

The United States is infamous for a lot of things—deep-frying, outrageous portion sizes and high child obesity rates—but among these issues lays an underdog approaching the danger zone.

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Charles Murray’s Upcoming Talk Prompted Faculty Letter to Hamilton

Charles Murray’s Upcoming Talk Prompted Faculty Letter to Hamilton

Htoo Min, Deputy News Editor
March 24
Filed under City News, Diversity at NYU, NEWS, NYU, University News

Almost 150 faculty members of color signed a letter to President Andrew Hamilton and Provost Katherine Fleming expressing their concern over Charles Murray's planned speech.

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Lucian Wintrich Speaks at NYU After Postponed Visit

Lucian Wintrich Speaks at NYU After Postponed Visit

Jemima McEvoy, News Editor
March 24
Filed under NEWS, University News

After NYU postponed his Feb. 16 visit, Lucian Wintrich, a conservative White House correspondent for Gateway Pundit, spoke to the NYU College Republicans on Thursday. The event remained peaceful, although audience members trickled out after Wintrich deviated from his original narrative.

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