• Opinion
  • Editorial: Affordability needs to be reality

    Living costs for college students is rapidly becoming the main issue of affordability. London is the most expensive city in the world, but compared to other London study abroad sites, such as those of Syracuse and Boston Universities, NYU students are paying almost double for living costs. Although tuition fees are high, this information is freely available for people to make an informed choice when they apply – the extra housing costs are a stealth cost paid by students with no transparency as to where this money goes.

  • News
  • Understanding the Panama Papers


    The Panama Papers are a set of leaked documents regarding the life and times and all-round activity of law firm Mossack Fonseca. While not operating only out of Panama, its Panama office offers services relating to creating shell companies in offshore “havens,” which serve as hubs for offshore financial activities.

  • Features
  • Exploring Brixton Market

    Brixton Market

    Nestled in the streets and alleyways around Brixton train station are a chorus of market stalls catering to the broad tastes and palates that make up modern London. Next weekend or on a midweek afternoon off hop on the Victoria Line and take it to the end to get some of the tastiest and comparatively cheap food in London while browsing the numerous street stalls.

  • Arts & Entertainment
  • 400 years later, Shakespeare is still modern


    Candlelit and warm, the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse transports its audience back to the Elizabethan Age, where lighting was little more than the will of the sun and strength of a fire. The cozy wooden benches that tower over the stage are the vehicles that take you through not one transportation, but two. First, you travel to the Elizabethan Age, then you are transported to an island as a storm ensues, opening the Shakespeare play, The Tempest.