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Writing Never Gets Easier — That’s the Point

Writing Never Gets Easier — That’s the Point

By Melanie Pineda, Deputy Opinion Editor

September 12, 2018


Filed under Opinion, University Life

This article explores the value, difficulty, and rigor of what it means to write for a college class - and why writing in college matters.

NYU Reacts: Jemele Hill Steps Down from SportsCenter

NYU Reacts: Jemele Hill Steps Down from SportsCenter

By Maddie Howard, Tori Bianco, and Ari Mayhew

February 26, 2018


Filed under Sports

NYU students react to Jemele Hill's suspension and move from the SportsCenter desk.

Mi-Anne Chan Chats Beauty

Mi-Anne Chan Chats Beauty

By Sophie Shaw, Beauty & Style Editor

November 9, 2017


Filed under Beauty & Style, Features

Refinery29 beauty writer and CAS alumna Mi-Anne Chan chatted about her time at NYU and being a fresh face in the media industry.

Start the Semester Off on the Write Foot

Start the Semester Off on the Write Foot

By Alexandra Pierson, Theater & Books Editor

August 28, 2016


Filed under Arts, Books, Theater

Whether it’s Writing the Essay, Cultural Foundations or any other text-based course you are taking this semester, most students will inevitably have to write multitudinous essays. Though reading and writing are not everyone’s favorite pastimes, these classes can still be enjoyable. Here are some tip...

Judy Blume talks NYU in the ’50s, latest novel

Judy Blume talks NYU in the ’50s, latest novel

By Aicha Fall, Contributing Writer

November 23, 2015


Filed under Features

WSN interviews NYU alumna Judy Blume.

Student poet wins publishing deal

Student poet wins publishing deal

April 3, 2014


Filed under Features

When CAS sophomore Moumita Basuroychowdhury bravely submitted her personal diary to the Oblongata Chapbook Contest, she did not expect anything to come of it. However, Basuroychowdhury’s won first prize — a publishing deal. Basuroychowdhury’s first book, “Live Nude,” was released on Ama...