Political portrait: Robert Raymond

Robert Raymond sees political activism as a way to promote social, economic, and environmental sustainability.

Political portrait: Claire Stottlemyer

Gallatin senior makes an impact on the presidential election, encouraging student voter participation.

Political portrait: Michelle Pomeroy

Michelle Pomeroy used a NYU research grant to explore societal issues in Asia.

Political portrait: Students for Education Reform

Students in this NYU club seek to ensure better learning conditions for children in all public schools through raising community awareness.

The 2012 election according to celebrity tweets

Even celebrities have turned to Twitter during the election season.

Eurozone crisis could have far reaching effects across the pond

Chancellor of the University of Warwick Sir Richard Lambert gave a lecture at NYU in which he warned of possible economic consequence for the United States.

Top sights in Prague’s Old Town Square

Located in the heart of the city of a hundred spires, the Old Town Square is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world.

Michael Jackson fans hopes to ‘Thrill the World’ by breaking world record

Thrill The World NYC will participate in the sixth annual worldwide effort to break the "Largest Simultaneous Dance" record this Saturday by dancing to Michael Jackson's song, "Thriller."

Explore exciting LES events this weekend

Bored this weekend? Here are three unique events to check out.

Tips for eating out with dietary restrictions in Prague

Gluten-free, vegetarian, and lactose-free options available in Prague

New cosmetic products to try while supporting meaningful cause

Go pink this October and spread breast cancer awareness with a purchase of some of these cosmetic products.

DIY: Keep your head cozy with custom headbands

Though ears may be an easy target for the blustering winds, keep them cozy with this DIY headband.