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New York Nightlife Is on the Rise With the New Nightlife Mayor

New York Nightlife Is on the Rise With the New Nightlife Mayor

By Yasmin Gulec , Under the Arch Editor October 18, 2018

With apartments too small to throw parties in and dorms that have quiet hours NYU students have thrown themselves to the streets, where there's a whole bustling city full of activities happening during...

Underage Nightlife and How NYC Welcome Week Pulled It Off

Underage Nightlife and How NYC Welcome Week Pulled It Off

By Tyler Crews and Yasmin Gulec October 1, 2018
New York City nightlife can be tricky to navigate for students under 21. NYC Welcome Week tries to eliminate this struggle by providing 18+ events.
How Money Dictates Your Welcome Week Experience

How Money Dictates Your Welcome Week Experience

By Pamela Jew , Under the Arch Managing Editor September 3, 2018
During Welcome Week NYU kids spend money like New Yorkers use air conditioning: with liberty
SideWagon founder Eric L. Hu at La Push, Washington

The Graduating Senior Who Paid for NYU by Documenting National Parks

By Yale Buchwald, Contributing Writer May 7, 2018
SideWagon is a student-run, experiential content production studio that collaborates with brands in promoting affordable domestic travel.
NYU President Hamilton speaking at the welcome reception for the students from Puerto Rico on January 25th, 2018. A number of these students are now asking Hamilton to extend the program.

NYU Denies Visiting Puerto Rican Students Additional Semester

By Natalie Chinn and Yasmin Gulec May 2, 2018
President Andrew Hamilton responded to HMAP Students Initiative's request to continue HMAP for an additional semester.
The New Tech that Could Help Stop Campus Sexual Assault

The New Tech that Could Help Stop Campus Sexual Assault

By Faith Marnecheck, Staff Writer May 2, 2018
Callisto is an app aiming to decrease sexual assault in college campuses.
A house is right in front of Jamaris Martinez-Lugo's grandparent's house, the house is supposed to be on top of the blue columns on the right side but there was a flood and the river knocked it down.

Returning Puerto Rican Students Face Uncertainty

By Yasmin Gulec, Natalie Chinn, and Pamela Jew April 29, 2018
Students who came to NYU for a semester with the Hurricane Maria Assistance program reflect on their semester and talk about the upcoming storm season, Puerto Rican politics and the possibility of staying.
Kilroy holding a sample of his product; an ethereal light glows yonder.

The Life of an NYU Drug Dealer

By Jemima McEvoy, Editor-in-Chief April 29, 2018
Kilroy has a lot on his plate. Classes, extra curricular activities, his social life and, well, his huge drug dealing business.
An underground tunnel in Fort Totten, located on a peninsula in the northeast corner of Queens.

Abandoned Places Revisited

By Natalie Chinn, Deputy Features Editor April 25, 2018
Grab your adventure buddies, it’s time to go exploring!
A email with move-out information sent to residents of Broome Street Residential College.

Get Moving With These Easy Tips

By Tianne Johnson, Staff Writer April 25, 2018
Here are some tips to have a stressless move-out while dealing with finals, presentations and papers.
NYU’s mascot, the Bobcat.

Big Things to Come From the Bobcat

By Tyler Crews, Opinion Editor April 23, 2018
What does it take to be a bobcat? Read more to find out.
Six speakers, including John-Ross Rizzo, Assistant Professor at NYU Langone Medical School (first speaker, top-left), spoke at this year’s conference.

Mindful Leaders of the Future Come Together at TedxNYU

By Tianne Johnson, Staff Writer April 18, 2018
TEDxNYU has annual conferences that aim to bring students together with the power of ideas. This years theme was Revision