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Read the House Down

Read the House Down

By Scott Hogan, Staff Writer

April 4, 2018


Filed under Features

Is it true that students read less for leisure in college?

The Golden Age of TV Is Costing Our TV Writers

The Golden Age of TV Is Costing Our TV Writers

By Mert Erenel, Contributing Writer

September 19, 2017


Filed under Opinion

There’s a reason people are calling this period the Golden Age of TV, as the TV experience has fundamentally changed. However, I would argue, not all of these changes are for the better.

Triple Threat Professors

Triple Threat Professors

By Han Wang, Staff Writer

April 19, 2017


Filed under Arts, Books, Top Stories

While some students might groan at the idea of reading their professor's book for class, they often don't know what went into making it.

Creative Writing Program students, poet share works

Creative Writing Program students, poet share works

November 25, 2013


Filed under Features

In the small, dark KGB Bar on East Fourth street, a crowd of about 50 people gathered to hear young writers share their works. The reading, held Friday, Nov. 22, was the final event in the series called the Emerging Writers Reading Series, and featured the works of four students as well as that of poet Natalie Diaz...

Rona Jaffe Foundation award-winning women present prose, poetry

Rona Jaffe Foundation award-winning women present prose, poetry

September 24, 2012


Filed under Features

Filled with people, smiles and laughter, the Lillian Vernon Creative Writers House was set for a night of beautiful prose and poetry on Friday. The epicenter of the NYU Creative Writing program hosted a reading that featured the 2012 Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers’ Awards winners. The Rona Jaffe...