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Big Things to Come From the Bobcat

Big Things to Come From the Bobcat

By Tyler Crews, Opinion Editor

April 23, 2018


Filed under Features, Sports, Top Stories

What does it take to be a bobcat? Read more to find out.

Scratch the Bobcat, “Violets” Are More Colorful

Scratch the Bobcat, “Violets” Are More Colorful

By Thomas Price, Staff Writer

November 2, 2016


Filed under Opinion

The Violet represents the same merit that Stanford has with the Cardinal, yet holds true to the flair and Bohemian culture of Greenwich Village.

Violets, Torches Are Dull, Embrace the Bobcat Instead

Violets, Torches Are Dull, Embrace the Bobcat Instead

By Paris Martineau, Deputy Opinion Editor

November 2, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Do we really want someone parading around our school as a previously poorly alliterated, bowel movement inducing fool? The Bobcat is obviously the only reasonable choice here.

The Spirit Issue

The Spirit Issue

September 6, 2016


Filed under Special Editions, Top Story

Why is NYU lacking in so much school pride?

Searching For Spirit

Searching For Spirit

By Abigail Weinberg, Features Editor

September 6, 2016


Filed under Uncategorized

NYU kicked off the new school year with a pep rally in which more than 300 Welcome Week leaders paraded through the Washington Square Park fountain with beach balls and inflatable water toys. The exuberant crowd, cheering and jumping for the camera in slow motion, seems a massive vehicle of pure joy, l...

Peter Liang and Color in a World of Black and White

Peter Liang and Color in a World of Black and White

By Connor Borden, Contributing Writer

February 29, 2016


Filed under Opinion

With every new case, a wrinkle is thrown into the conversation surrounding race and police brutality. The recent guilty conviction of Peter Liang on Feb. 11 for the allegedly accidental killing of Akai Gurley has the Asian-American community divided, with many calling Liang’s arrest selective justice and scapegoating. Activists argue that Liang’s ethnicity is being used by white officers who have ...

Few students show pride at GMA, NYU pep rally

Few students show pride at GMA, NYU pep rally

By Nicole Brown and Michael Domanico

September 10, 2013


Filed under News

Despite a low turnout at the NYU pep rally on Good Morning America yesterday morning, the students there were happy to show their school spirit. Three NYU students, dressed in purple, stood in line behind the fence outside the GMA set in hopes to get on camera and wave to their families. T...

NYU should cheer on sports expansion

NYU should cheer on sports expansion

October 23, 2012


Filed under Sports

“Here at New York University, we’re part of a diverse community that embraces our differences. We’re not the type people that go to football games, paint our chests and then think we’re all the same.” That is more or less what NYU President John Sexton said at the Freshman Welcome Address...

NYU school spirit dims after welcome week

NYU school spirit dims after welcome week

September 27, 2012


Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, Opinion

To many students, NYU has become known as a place akin to home. It is a prestigious school that students are proud to attend. Ask people about their level of contentment with attending this school, and they will tell you how happy they are to be here. They will regale you with stories of how proud they...