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Mystery Concert Lineup Revealed! Vic Mensa, SOPHIE and Tei Shi To Perform

It’s our first day back at school, and you know what that means. Freshmen in lanyards clogging Washington Square Park, luckless students being assigned a novel to read before next class, and at least a person or two idly thinking about the fact that their classes in the Brown Building are happening right in the spot where a bunch of women burned... View Article

September 2, 2015 3:03 pm
How To Throw A Damn Housewarming Party

It’s that time of year again. As everyone is settling into new homes for this fresh semester of NYU, housewarming parties begin to happen. Yes, there will be plenty of raves and ragers of all kinds vying for your attention this fall, but housewarming parties are special. While there will always be another bar or frat party, this particular glut... View Article

September 2, 2015 2:21 pm
NYU Love: The Pink Elephant

Modern Love is so much more than heart emojis, relationship statuses and dickpics. It’s not about the phone in your pocket, it’s about the choices available to us. What does love look like at NYU? Whether you are stuffing your feet into heels and sipping Gin and Tonics with prospective lovers, or saving all this business for a more self-actualized... View Article

September 2, 2015 12:24 pm
Where to Join A Gym as a Broke NYU Student

Exercise is important. If Michelle Obama is telling us to get 30 minutes of physical activity a day, then we better start doing those jumping jacks now. Fortunately at NYU, we are blessed with two exercise facilities, Palladium and the possibly-about-to-be-destroyed Coles. Yet, one can’t help but wonder what options lie beyond the non-existent walls of NYU’s campus. There are a lot... View Article

September 2, 2015 11:13 am
Anti-2031 Expansion Group Holds Rally in WSP

Yesterday, a rally organized by Faculty Against the Sexton Plan (FASP) drew a crowd of over 200 people in Washington Square Park to protest the NYU 2031 expansion plan. The rally featured voices not only from FASP, but also support from the Student & Labor Action Movement, NYU Divest, the Roosevelt Institute, New York State United Teachers, Students for Justice in... View Article

September 2, 2015 9:30 am
Confessions Of A Drug Delivery Boy

It’s impossible not to know a drug dealer at NYU.  It can be that kid in your Text and Ideas class, the boy that lived down the hall freshman year, or the mysterious Philosophy senior that seems to not ever go to class. But odds are you’re definitely having a daily run-in with someone you can buy weed from.  And... View Article

September 1, 2015 3:25 pm
“We Are Your Friends” Is The Bro Movie You’ll (Maybe) Love

My fascination with “We Are Your Friends” began before the film became a box office dud. I heard about it months ago, received its trailer–which introduces us to Zac Efron’s aspiring DJ character–with enthusiasm, and was overall curious to watch a film about a culture, the EDM culture, that I have for so long found repulsive. I’m still repulsed. That being... View Article

September 1, 2015 2:00 pm
Kanye West For President

On Sunday night during his acceptance speech for his lifetime achievement award at the MTV Video Music Awards, celebrated rapper, record producer, and visionary Kanye West announced that he would run for president in 2020. Now, I know what you’re thinking: this is the best news that could ever happen ever. Even better than the news that world peace happened because... View Article

September 1, 2015 12:15 pm
Washington Square Local Is Not NYU’s “The Onion”

In the indignant echosphere of internet, where every outlet professes to speak nothing but the truth, sometimes the most refreshing voice is the one openly fucking with you. There’s The Onion, of course, and most recently Clickhole, an Onion venture that parodies clickbait culture, particularly the listicles and sensationalized news items featured on sites like BuzzFeed. NYU, at least unofficially, has... View Article

September 1, 2015 11:30 am
NYU Removes Cosby Name From High School Film Workshop

NYU has removed actor Bill Cosby’s name from the title of a film program for high school students, NYU Local has learned. Until at least August 17, an NYU webpage advertised the “William H. Cosby Future Filmmakers Workshop,” a free 12-week film program for high school students. The program was named after Bill Cosby, the actor and comedian accused of... View Article

September 1, 2015 9:34 am
10 Years Of Youtube

We’ve come a long way from a crucial video of Youtube cofounder Jawed Karim visiting the zoo, groundbreaking launches of multimillion dollar careers (T-Swift & J-Biebs #4ever), and a little boy named Charlie biting a certain (800,000,000+ view strong) finger. From Gangnam reaching over two billion viewers to endless evidence of this platform being used for political and revolutionary purposes,... View Article

May 15, 2015 2:20 pm
NYU Local’s Guide To Your Terrible New York Summer

For those who don’t have the privilege of using “summer” as a verb, the months between May and September can be especially painful—most likely spent bussing tables and dodging stray air conditioner liquid while that girl you know is off jet-setting through Aruba. And then there are the truly unfortunate, those souls-that-summer-forgot, who won’t be leaving New York at all... View Article

May 15, 2015 1:55 pm
The Gays’ Gaze Summer Cheat Sheet

The Gays’ Gaze is queer entertainment column–the most NYU (but not the most Gallatin) thing to ever happen. Dear Queers, It’s so nice of you to finally stop looking up Cate Blanchett’s exes and take a peak at our article! It is with heavy hearts and tiny queer tears in our tiny queers eyes, that we must tell you: this... View Article

May 14, 2015 11:41 am
Fresh Out Of Clive Davis: Ambler The Band

Ambler, the newest band out of Tisch’s Clive Davis institute for Recorded Music will hearken back to a mid-2000s coming of age. You yearn for the sordidly struggly days spent by the lockers, but in a good, warm way. “If that’s how you feel, that’s totally fine. You’re entitled to it,” frontman and creator Ben Lapidus stops me. The Clive... View Article

May 14, 2015 11:00 am
Why “Avengers: Age Of Ultron” Was Almost A Good Movie

This article contains spoilers There are moments in the film Avengers 2 where it has the potential to actually be an interesting and thought provoking. But just as quickly as these ideas appear in the story, they are substituted or cast aside for character development that is lazier and easier for the audience to consume. This might sound like a... View Article

May 14, 2015 10:15 am
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