Henry Kissinger Told to ‘Rot in Hell,’ Disrupted Four Times During Talk at Stern

Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's visit to NYU Stern sparked protests from campus activists.

NYU Law Students Join the Strike Against Kavanaugh

NYU School of Law students and others participated in a walkout to protest Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court.

Tisch Students Call for Resources for Students of Color

Students are calling for scholarships for the school's students of color and diversity trainings for its faculty.

Aramark Competitor Abruptly Drops Out

Sodexo inexplicably dropped out of the process in September.

Judge Saved NYU $350 Million While Employed by University

The plaintiffs alleging NYU mismanaged employees’ retirement funds want the case retried after discovering the judge’s conflict of interest.

BDS Resolution Alarms Pro-Israel Groups

After the announcement that a resolution will appear in the student senate encouraging NYU to Border, Divest and Sanction Israel, pro-Israel student groups react.

Phone Thrown in NoHo

A list of crimes reported to Public Safety from Oct. 4 to 10.

Students Condemn ‘War Criminal’ Kissinger

Stern will host controversial figure and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, to the displeasure of many student activist groups who consider him a war criminal.

Student Senators Continue Efforts to Divest From Israel With New Proposal

As part of the international movement supporting Palestinian rights, student senators will bring forward a Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions resolution to student government on Nov. 1, according to Senator-at-Large and CAS senior Rose Asaf. On...

Stern Opens the Country’s First Creative Destruction Lab

The Stern School of Business opened the Creative Destruction Lab-New York City, shortened to CDL-NYC, a program designed to help startups get to market, this semester. It is the first of its kind in...

NYU and Harvard Law Reviews Sued Over Editorial Selection Process

In a time of retaliation against affirmative action policies, NYU Law Review has been sued over allegedly considering race and sex in its annual selection of editors and publication of articles. A Texas group known...

Law Professors React to Kavanaugh’s Appointment

Brett Kavanaugh heard his first arguments as an associate justice in the Supreme Court on Tuesday morning. He was confirmed on Saturday with a tight 50-48 Senate vote, following last week’s hearings on sexual...