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NYU's Independent Student Newspaper

Washington Square News

NYU's Independent Student Newspaper

Washington Square News

NYU launches Albert Mobile

NYU launches Albert Mobile

By John Ambrosio, News Editor September 4, 2014
NYU recently launched the Albert Mobile app, in attempt to make the site more accessible to students.
Study shows union membership on the rise in New York region

Study shows union membership on the rise in New York region

By Erika Buzzell, Contributing Writer September 4, 2014
New study shows increase in union density.
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Panel evalutes de Blasio’s record

By Alanna Bayarin, Contributing Writer September 4, 2014
Gallatin panel discussed progressiveness of the new mayor last night.
Tisch offers new B.A.

Tisch offers new B.A.

By Arsh Harjani, Contributing Writer September 4, 2014
Game design is added as an undergraduate major, will be housed at Brooklyn campus.
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New Abu Dhabi campus to open amid controversy

August 24, 2014

The start of this academic year marks the opening of NYU Abu Dhabi’s controversial Saadiyat Island campus and the arrival of its first incoming freshman class at its new permanent home. Classes begin...

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City receives grant to fight pedestrian deaths

By Rahul Krishnamoorthy, Staff Writer April 30, 2014

New York City received an $800,000 federal grant on April 25 as part of a campaign to combat the increasing number of pedestrian deaths and injuries. The grant, the largest of three such awards...

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UK’s Brown encourages worldwide education

April 9, 2014

As the international community grapples with a rapidly escalating refugee crisis in areas including Syria, Afghanistan and the litany of ailing states in the post-Arab Spring world, the humanitarian...

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Experts elucidate Bitcoin currency

April 8, 2014

The new-age digital currency Bitcoin has been making waves in recent weeks, grabbing headlines since Newsweek’s legally contested outing of Bitcoin’s alleged founder Satoshi Nakamoto and the roughly...

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Students give solutions to global policy issues

March 31, 2014

NYU undergraduates from a wide array of academic disciplines took part in the university’s first Public Policy Case Competition on March 30. Hosted by the NYU Politics Society, the competition...

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Politics Society to host policy competition

March 26, 2014

The NYU Politics Society is bringing a new competition to campus this spring. The Policy Case Competition, hosted by the NYU Politics Society and sponsored by the Wasserman Center for Career Development,...

Steinhardt Commons features student work, blurs lines between furniture and fine art

Steinhardt Commons features student work, blurs lines between furniture and fine art

February 19, 2014

When students returned from break, a change at Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development’s Barney Building was beginning to unfold. Dubbed the Commons Project, the lounge...

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Trial of Occupy protester approaches

February 18, 2014

After nearly two years of delays, the high-profile trial of Occupy supporter Cecily McMillan is finally going to court. McMillan, a graduate student at the New School and organizer for the Democratic...