The award’s recipients are nominated by students, faculty and alumni for their excellence and innovation in teaching.
By Bryn Borzillo, Staff Writer • May 5, 2022
New Yorkers, including elected officials and celebrities, took to Foley Square, Washington Square Park and the Barclays Center to protest a leaked Supreme Court draft opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey.
Astha Rajvanshi, a freelance journalist who reports on human rights and marginalized communities, was announced as the winner of a $12,500 grant from NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute.
Ahmed Mabrouk has been named as the intruder who entered Rubin Hall in April, staying overnight multiple times and interacting with residents.
By Lauren Ashe, Senior Staff Writer • May 4, 2022
Here’s how members of the NYU community in New York, Russia and Ukraine are responding to the Russian invasion.
By Nicole Lu, Staff Writer • May 3, 2022
For a second time, Gov. Kathy Hochul postponed a rule requiring nail salons across New York City to install a ventilation system for the next six months, leaving nail technicians and advocates fearful for their safety.
By Tori Morales, Staff Writer • May 3, 2022
After an anonymous list accusing film students of misconduct circulated in the Tisch School of the Arts in early March, some students raised their concerns to the administration about sexual harrassment in the school.
By Carmo Moniz, Deputy News Editor • May 3, 2022
With NYU’s Grossman medical school facing backlash for considering hiring David Sabatini, the school and the biologist have been supported by his former colleagues and students.
By Abby Wilson, News Editor • May 2, 2022
Since the city of Shanghai's government lockdown began on March 28, students have been forced to quarantine in the dorms, take classes online and participate in daily testing.
By Mitali Sapra, Contributing Writer • May 2, 2022
Troy McKenzie, a professor at the NYU School of Law, is set to take over as the school’s new dean on June 1.
By Carmo Moniz, Deputy News Editor • May 2, 2022
Eighteen Fashion Institute of Technology students gathered in Times Square on Saturday to advocate against unsustainable textiles and their negative impacts on the environment.
By Emma Grimes, Contributing Writer • May 2, 2022