Washington Square News

Campus Cash Canceled

Campus Cash Canceled

By Helen Wajda, Contributing Writer

September 10, 2018


Filed under News, Top Stories, University News

Campus cash will no longer be accepted at off-campus vendors.

Washington Square Village

Washington Square Village

By Nina Jang, Deputy Digital Director

February 25, 2016


Filed under Housing

Residency: Graduate Estimated yearly cost: $15,884 - $27,160 Low-cost rooms available: No Commute to class: 5 minutes Nearby subways: A, C, E, F, M, N, R, 6 Shuttle: No Located just behind Bobst Library and five minutes away from Washington Square Park, Washington Square Village is ideal for gra...

Stuyvesant Town

Stuyvesant Town

By Alex Bazeley, Editor-in-Chief

February 25, 2016


Filed under Housing

Residency: Off-Campus Commute to class: 20 minute walk Nearby subways: L Shuttle: yes If you’re looking to get away from the dorm life, you might want to consider checking out Stuyvesant Town. Affectionately known as “Stuy Town,” this residential apartment complex houses nearly 9,000 res...

Student startup digs into NYC, other realty

Student startup digs into NYC, other realty

By Zane Warman, Contributing Writer

September 2, 2014


Filed under Features

CitySpade, created by NYU students, shows you local attractions, the cost-effectiveness of the listing and reliability of nearby transportation.

West Village

West Village

February 20, 2014


Filed under Features

 The West Village is known for its picturesque streets and its wide array of cultural attractions. In the view of many, this upscale neighborhood is characterized by a large number of restaurants across its landscape. If you are looking for a classy night out, the West Village houses some of the most cri...

Park Slope

Park Slope

February 20, 2014


Filed under Features

South of Manhattan is one of Brooklyn’s top neighborhoods — Park Slope. Located west of Prospect Park, stretching from about Ninth Street to the mid-20 streets, Park Slope is another popular neighborhood for commuters. Just take the F train from Seventh Avenue to West Fourth Street or the N or R to Eig...

Stuyvesant Town

Stuyvesant Town

February 20, 2014


Filed under Features

In a bustling city where the most wallet-friendly apartments can often be cramped, shoebox-sized rooms, Stuyvesant Town offers a unique residential alternative. The largest single residential apartment complex in Manhattan, Stuytown is bordered by 14th Street and 20th Street between First Avenue ...

Washington Square Village

Washington Square Village

February 20, 2014


Filed under Features

As an NYU student, and now an official New Yorker, Washington Square Village is an ideal place to live. Sitting right at the heart of Greenwich Village and near Washington Square Park, there is never a shortage of things to do, places to go or delicious food to eat. Even with the immediate availability of the...

East Village

East Village

February 20, 2014


Filed under Features

The East Village offers one of the most unique living experiences in terms of culture, location and attractions. Once a part of the Lower East Side, this neighborhood split off to become its own in the 1960s to accommodate the rise of its countercultural movements, such as the punk era. Becaus...

Lower East Side

Lower East Side

February 20, 2014


Filed under Features

The Lower East Side is quickly becoming one of the most popular off-campus neighborhoods. Forget about the rise of Williamsburg, this trending neighborhood has everything a student in New York City could want. Historically an immigrant neighborhood, the Lower East Side has had its share of cult...

Apartment Hunting

Apartment Hunting

February 20, 2014


Filed under Features

1. Make sure everything works — the faucets, appliances, air conditioning, toilets, door locks and electrical outlets. 2. Try to visit the apartment at different times of the day to get a feel for what the neighborhood is like. 3. Be assertive during the search. Verify that you are a stu...

Into the city: Moving off-campus

March 7, 2013


Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, Features

Many students fantasize about a life after dorms. They dream about a cozy Greenwich Village apartment, a Lower East Side abode above a cafe or an Uptown pad with convenient subway access. The decision to move out of NYU housing is a weighty and permanent change worth debating. Here are some things to...