NYU can be a scary place, in many more ways than one. Not in a “spooky” way, in the sense that we’re filled with sheet-ghosts, pumpkins and plastic skeletons, as the word spooky now suggests; New York can be intimidating, classes can be overwhelming, and the environment is generally cold.
It’s Halloween, so I won’t waste too much of your time with a drawn-out explanation of why our next theme is “Horror.” However, as we are an NYU blog, expect content to be largely New York-centered, particularly around Washington Square Park, which itself has some odd stories surrounding it.
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Dark History of Washington Square by Ariana DiValentino