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Washington Square News The Official Independent Weekly Student Newspaper of New York University — http://nyunews.com
Washington Square News, founded in 1973, is the free, award-winning student newspaper of New York University. All content is editorially independent from the university.

WSN publishes one weekly themed print issue and daily digital content all five weekdays. Our newspaper is distributed to more than 100 locations in Manhattan and reaches about 60,000 students, faculty, staff members and residents of our community.

Mission: Doing great journalism. Making great journalists.

A Stern student uses her business mind and creativity to embolden women of color and promote diversity.
02/18/2020
First-Year’s Jewelry Business Encourages Inclusion

A Stern student uses her business mind and creativity to embolden women of color and promote diversity.

Stern first-year Nya-Simone Spann is the founder and CEO of the fashion-forward accessories brand Simone’s Pieces. Her warm personality and firm belief in her business is testimony enough to how she…

Opinion | After ten years of labor violations and restricted academic freedom in NYUAD, it is the responsibility of indi...
02/18/2020
Confronting the Contradiction of NYU Abu Dhabi

Opinion | After ten years of labor violations and restricted academic freedom in NYUAD, it is the responsibility of individual schools and departments to cut ties with the campus.

The year 2020 marks the 10th anniversary of NYU Abu Dhabi’s campus. To celebrate, the university is planning various events that give members of the community the opportunity to share stories about…

NYUAD has launched its milestone project to celebrate the university’s first decade, despite controversy over academic f...
02/18/2020
NYUAD Anniversary Riddled With Controversy

NYUAD has launched its milestone project to celebrate the university’s first decade, despite controversy over academic freedom and labor law violations.

NYU Abu Dhabi is brimming with activity as the university prepares to celebrate its 10-year anniversary, but the milestone offers a chance to reflect on its legacy. NYUAD opened in 2010 as Abu…

David Chang’s kelp salad is ambitious but leaves more to be desired.
02/15/2020
'Kelp Yourself' to Sweetgreen’s Latest Collaboration With Momofuku

David Chang’s kelp salad is ambitious but leaves more to be desired.

Sweetgreen and Momofuku both mark special places in my psychogeography of New York City. My mom and I frequented Sweetgreen when we toured colleges, and my friend and I celebrated surviving the first…

Around 50 members of the NYU community came together on Thursday to protest Hindutva — a right-wing Hindu nationalist id...
02/15/2020
Students Protest Hindutva Fascism at Kimmel

Around 50 members of the NYU community came together on Thursday to protest Hindutva — a right-wing Hindu nationalist ideology — and called for increased secularism in India.

“Jai, Jai, Jai, Jai, Jai Bhim!” The chants of around 50 NYU community members protesting Hindutva — an extremist Hindu nationalism movement often likened to fascism — rang loud and clear across the…

Leon Bridges and Khruangbin released a compact, four-song EP this week that is altogether folksy, mystical and psychedel...
02/14/2020
“Texas Sun” Indulges in Lust and Repents

Leon Bridges and Khruangbin released a compact, four-song EP this week that is altogether folksy, mystical and psychedelic.

Soul singer Leon Bridges paired with psychedelic three-person band Khruangbin to create an album which relies on the funky rhythm foundation of the Houston-based band and Bridges’ smooth vocals.…

Designer Justin Yu-Ying Chou’s aesthetic reflects the dichotomy between both traditional and modern as well as eastern a...
02/14/2020
Just in XX F/W 2020

Designer Justin Yu-Ying Chou’s aesthetic reflects the dichotomy between both traditional and modern as well as eastern and western cultures every season.

Before the show, the eerie whistling tune Twisted Nerve by Bernard Herrmann, synonymous with Quentin Tarantino’s martial arts film Kill Bill Vo. 1, filled the room. As the lights came up, the music switched to a more upbeat tune. Designer Justin Yu-Ying Chou’s aesthetic reflects the dichotomy be...

The Arts Desk recommends the best films, music and galleries for you to enjoy this Valentine’s Day.
02/14/2020
Staff Recs: Valentine’s Day Edition

The Arts Desk recommends the best films, music and galleries for you to enjoy this Valentine’s Day.

Ashley Wu, Deputy Arts Editor Even though Valentine’s Day was invented by Hallmark to sell greeting cards, let’s try to forget about capitalism for a second and celebrate love or something. This…

Opinion | Factoring how often students talk in class into grades favors extroverted students and can make introverted st...
02/14/2020
Participating in the Classroom

Opinion | Factoring how often students talk in class into grades favors extroverted students and can make introverted students feel anxious and alienated.

Every time I write a weekly discussion post for my English class, I’m grateful that my professor understands that participation can be measured in ways other than simply talking in class. Throughout…

Steinhardt sophomore Amanda Cuik’s favorite jacket tells a story — not just about her, but also about her favorite recor...
02/14/2020
When Your Wardrobe Reflects Your Future

Steinhardt sophomore Amanda Cuik’s favorite jacket tells a story — not just about her, but also about her favorite record label.

Amanda Cuik sat in her high school art club, eyeing the acrylic paints. “I may as well,” she thought to herself, laying her denim jacket down on the table and gathering the supplies she would need to…

The United Federation of Teachers handed out flyers in support of presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and ...
02/14/2020
Teachers Campaign for Bernie on Wall Street

The United Federation of Teachers handed out flyers in support of presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and his education reform plan.

While Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign moves to South Carolina after winning the New Hampshire primary, some of his supporters are campaigning in an unlikely place — Wall Street. Outside the…

Following the release of her new book, Tina Chang visited the Lillian Vernon Creative Writers House to discuss her poems...
02/14/2020
Tina Chang Discusses Race, Motherhood and the Hybrid Nature of Poetry

Following the release of her new book, Tina Chang visited the Lillian Vernon Creative Writers House to discuss her poems.

The Lillian Vernon Creative Writers House filled with anticipation as eager fans awaited Tina Chang’s entrance. In a continuation of the writing center’s “The New Salon” series, Chang, the current…

NYU cardiologist Dr. Joseph Wiesel is suing Apple for incorporating his patented irregular heartbeat detection technolog...
02/14/2020
NYU Cardiologist Sues Apple Over Patent Infringement

NYU cardiologist Dr. Joseph Wiesel is suing Apple for incorporating his patented irregular heartbeat detection technology into the Apple Watch.

Dr. Joseph Wiesel — an NYU Langone cardiologist — is suing Apple, claiming that the Apple Watch uses technology that he patented. Wiesel’s invention notifies users when it detects irregular…

02/14/2020

We have prepared a special NYU code which will provide an additional $1 discount on the Student ticket available on the site. So the total discount will be $6 off!

New York Asian Film Festival Winter Showcase “Love at First Bite”
Trailer: https://youtu.be/N3g91k5fv0g

February 14-16
SVA Theater 333 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10011

NYU Students use code at checkout: WS20xNYU

Funny, sexy, touching, surprising - films themed with food - not only will this exciting event present delicious films, from bona fide classics to more recent movies you would never have thought could have a food tie-in! But also give you a chance to eat, drink and be merry after each of the three nights of screenings. Be sure to get the Special FOOD Tastings Ticket!
MUST be over 21 for alcoholic beverages.
https://www.nyaff.org/ws20/schedule

Event last summer sold out at Alice Tully Hall:
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/03/arts/music/kokdu-korean-traditional-music.html

Quotes about NYAFF main summer festival at Lincoln Center and SVA Theatre:
"Arguably the world's best-curated program of new and classic Asian cinema" - Indiewire
"The top tier of New York's film festivals" - New York Times
"A permanent fixture on any self-respecting cinephile's landscape" - Film Forward

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A full house, the Flying Solo: Couture show had two interconnected runways, lined with rows of viewers excited for what ...
02/13/2020
Flying Solo Couture: F/W 2020

A full house, the Flying Solo: Couture show had two interconnected runways, lined with rows of viewers excited for what the numerous designers had in store.

A full house, the Flying Solo: Couture show had two interconnected runways, lined with rows of viewers excited for what the numerous designers had in store. The eclectic variations ranged from…

Opinion | Cultured meat is an eco-friendly and efficient mechanism to feed people, yet a lack of government funding has ...
02/13/2020
The Cultured Meat Solution

Opinion | Cultured meat is an eco-friendly and efficient mechanism to feed people, yet a lack of government funding has created a delayed start for a phenomena that could alleviate impending global issues.

Who knew the potential solution to global crises would take shape in the form of a hamburger? Well, not your average hamburger. Clean meat, cultured meat, lab grown meat: while experts argue about…

The most exciting singles that came out over the course of the week.
02/13/2020
Weekly Radio Roundup: Feb. 7 - Feb. 12

The most exciting singles that came out over the course of the week.

From Sufjan Stevens to Carly Rae Jepsen, this week’s slew of singles mostly consisted of soft-spoken reflections on living in modernity. Whether it’s King Krule shrieking about loneliness or Sharon…

Foolproof gift suggestions that’ll have your S.O/bestie/self surprised at how good you are at giving gifts!
02/13/2020
Four Unique Valentine’s Day Gifts to Surprise Your Loved Ones

Foolproof gift suggestions that’ll have your S.O/bestie/self surprised at how good you are at giving gifts!

With Valentine's Day just around the corner, it's normal to feel that overwhelming sense of panic when the thought enters your brain: “Oh no, what am I gonna get [insert valentine’s name]?” Whether…

The NYU Alliance for Public Interest Technology is a group dedicated to promoting research and discussion regarding publ...
02/13/2020
NYU Launches Alliance to Promote Public Interest Technology

The NYU Alliance for Public Interest Technology is a group dedicated to promoting research and discussion regarding public interest technologies.

NYU launched a new alliance this Thursday dedicated to promoting research, discussion and collaboration in public interest technologies. Public interest technologies are tools developed and utilized…

Flying Solo’s Ready-to-Wear Collection hit the runway on Friday afternoon, showcasing the newest trends for the upcoming...
02/13/2020
Flying Solo Ready to Wear: F/W 2020

Flying Solo’s Ready-to-Wear Collection hit the runway on Friday afternoon, showcasing the newest trends for the upcoming months.

Flying Solo’s Ready-to-Wear Collection hit the runway on Friday afternoon, showcasing the newest trends for the upcoming months. Flying Solo is a company which features different independent…

Transgender lawyer Mia Yamamoto spoke to law students at NYU about the policy and implications of the transgender milita...
02/13/2020
Atttorney Speaks on President Trump’s Transgender Military Ban

Transgender lawyer Mia Yamamoto spoke to law students at NYU about the policy and implications of the transgender military ban.

Japanese-American transgender lawyer Mia Yamamoto spoke to a room full of aspiring lawyers about President Trump’s 2019 ban on transgender individuals’ military service at NYU Law on Monday, Feb. 10.…

Looking for a low-key night out? Try these six spots to have a chill time out with friends.
02/12/2020
Six Places for a Low-Key Night Out

Looking for a low-key night out? Try these six spots to have a chill time out with friends.

A night out in New York City has no definitive meaning. It can refer to a wild adventure to the hippest bar or club, but every now and then, you may feel exhausted at the end of the day and prefer a…

Following the musical philosophy of “Vada Vada,” Cowgirl Clue stands as one of the most exciting DJs working today. Here...
02/12/2020
Electronic Super-Producer Cowgirl Clue Discusses the Punk Aesthetic of Pop

Following the musical philosophy of “Vada Vada,” Cowgirl Clue stands as one of the most exciting DJs working today. Here, contributing writer Charles Smith speaks to her in anticipation of Valentine’s Day with Cowgirl Clue and Special Guests at Elsewhere.

You can’t forget Cowgirl Clue’s music. She has a knack for catchy songwriting and yet, her songs sound completely out of left field — like Tinker Bell found a drum machine. Cowgirl Clue’s music is…

NYU’s W.R. Berkeley Innovation Labs is hosting its 18th annual Venture Showcase on Thursday, February 20th. Stop by betw...
02/12/2020

NYU’s W.R. Berkeley Innovation Labs is hosting its 18th annual Venture Showcase on Thursday, February 20th. Stop by between 5pm-7:30pm to meet with investors and innovators in NYU’s startup scene! #ad

A photographer’s dream: a peacefully quiet solo trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
02/12/2020
Exploring the Empty Met

A photographer’s dream: a peacefully quiet solo trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Anyone who has ever been to the Metropolitan Museum of Art on a weekend will know it’s a brag-worthy achievement to even get a glimpse at something without getting shoved, pushed and rushed out of the way. For a photographer, it is next to impossible to get a single picture without 10 curious tour...

Poems and prose are conventional materials for reading while plays are wrongfully excluded despite their many admirable ...
02/12/2020
Here’s Why Scripts Deserve as Big of Spotlight as Books

Poems and prose are conventional materials for reading while plays are wrongfully excluded despite their many admirable qualities.

Who decided that books and poetry are mainstream? Seriously, I want to know who. Ever since we were young, teachers continuously shove these resources in our hands as if they are the only options. As…

I, with the diet of a hormonal teenager, did a food swap with a friend who eats like an actual adult human!
02/12/2020
Coke v Kombucha: I Swapped Diets With A Friend For A Day

I, with the diet of a hormonal teenager, did a food swap with a friend who eats like an actual adult human!

You know how in “Home Alone,” when Macaulay Culkin’s character realizes his parents aren’t around and he can do whatever he wants so he just drowns himself in a sh-tload of pizza, ice cream and other…

In a university-wide email, NYU introduced a new Albert feature which will allow students to include their pronouns and ...
02/12/2020
Students Can Now Add Pronouns on Albert

In a university-wide email, NYU introduced a new Albert feature which will allow students to include their pronouns and a recording of their correct name pronunciation.

Students will now be able to include their pronouns and name pronunciation in Albert, according to a university-wide email from Senior Vice President of Student Affairs Marc Wais. The decision was…

A Georgian coming-of-age story that uses dance as a way to communicate words left unsaid.
02/11/2020
‘And Then We Danced’ Shows the Freedom Within the Language of Dance

A Georgian coming-of-age story that uses dance as a way to communicate words left unsaid.

Sweden’s Oscar submission opened to buzz at the Cannes Film Festival, but in Georgia, the country the film is set in, it opened to intense protest. Due to the LGBTQ+ content of the film, many…

New York Fashion Week Coverage | Collections are at the mercy of their designer. Often, they are reflections of a nation...
02/11/2020
Fashion Hong Kong F/W 2020

New York Fashion Week Coverage | Collections are at the mercy of their designer. Often, they are reflections of a nation’s culture, a love note to a fragment of the past or a daring prediction of the future. The collections presented on Saturday, Feb. 8 by three designers in collaboration with Fashion Hong Kong were enamored by the ideal.

Collections are at the mercy of their designer. Often, they are reflections of a nation’s culture, a love note to a fragment of the past or a daring prediction of the future. The collections…

Opinion | We go to the gym to feel good about ourselves, but more often than not, we feel harassed or intimidated. It is...
02/11/2020
Let’s Desexualize Gym Culture

Opinion | We go to the gym to feel good about ourselves, but more often than not, we feel harassed or intimidated. It is essential that gym culture changes to ensure that everyone feels comfortable working out.

After sweating out half of my body weight while working out in an oversized t-shirt, I was in search of more amiable workout gear. In a moment of sweaty desperation, I wondered if I would feel…

These NYU students rehash their celebrity sightings around campus and discuss why they did or did not approach them.
02/11/2020
Lessons From Celebrity Encounters Told By NYU Students

These NYU students rehash their celebrity sightings around campus and discuss why they did or did not approach them.

One of the best parts about living in New York is constant celebrity sightings. As NYU students, we can brag that we walk past stars on the daily whether it’s strolling by the Kimmel Center for University Life or weaving through the crowds at Times Square. If you’ve ever seen a celebrity, you kn...

A recap of everything NYU athletics from Feb. 3rd to Feb. 9th.
02/11/2020
Men’s Basketball Ends Seven-Game Losing Streak

A recap of everything NYU athletics from Feb. 3rd to Feb. 9th.

Men’s Volleyball Men’s volleyball stayed undefeated with victories against Baruch College and Hunter College. On Tuesday, Feb. 4, the Violets swept Baruch College, winning 25-16, 25-20 and 25-19. The Violets never trailed until the third set, when Bearcats led 1-0. NYU never looked back, going o

Opinion | After the disaster of the Iowa Democratic caucuses and the Senate’s acquittal of President Trump, it is clear ...
02/11/2020
Incompetence and Disaster in the Democratic Party

Opinion | After the disaster of the Iowa Democratic caucuses and the Senate’s acquittal of President Trump, it is clear that the Democratic Party is too incompetent to be an important force against the president and the Republican Party.

On Feb. 6, President Trump was acquitted of his impeachment charges by the United States Senate. This was after the House of Representatives impeached him over a whistleblower’s complaint, claiming…

Two apartment buildings caught fire Monday afternoon, causing five first responders to sustain minor injuries.
02/11/2020
Apartment Fire Near Van Leeuwen Injures Five

Two apartment buildings caught fire Monday afternoon, causing five first responders to sustain minor injuries.

A fire engulfed two apartment buildings near Second Avenue late this afternoon and injured five first responders, said Deputy Assistant Fire Chief Michael Ajello. At approximately 3:50 p.m., over a…

Media coverage, social media postings and institutional responses to coronavirus have inflamed anti-Asian sentiment in N...
02/11/2020
Stigma Dominates Coronavirus Conversation in NYC

Media coverage, social media postings and institutional responses to coronavirus have inflamed anti-Asian sentiment in NYC and beyond.

The coronavirus has consumed social media platforms recently, but the conversation and containment efforts surrounding the virus have inflamed years-old stigmas against Asians in New York City.…

Getting ready to mount his second concert in the city, Jackson Craig talks about his music and what it means to be a sto...
02/10/2020
Clive First-Year Crushes Musical Conventionality with Charisma

Getting ready to mount his second concert in the city, Jackson Craig talks about his music and what it means to be a storyteller in today’s day and age.

Sporting a puffy yellow jacket and an unguarded smile, Jackson Craig sits before me, ready to distill his knowledge of dad-rock and good vibes. Hot off the release of last year’s “Secrets at the…

Opinion | Despite promoting socio-cultural diversity, NYU continually sabotages and fails to accommodate lower-income st...
02/10/2020
NYU’s Facade of Financial Support

Opinion | Despite promoting socio-cultural diversity, NYU continually sabotages and fails to accommodate lower-income students.

When Joshua Jackson applied to NYU, he didn’t expect to get full exposure to its financial classism. Jackson, a senior at Brown University, wrote to request an application fee waiver for Tisch’s Art…

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