Fraternity Suspended After Racist Messages Leaked Amid Nationwide Anti-Racist Protests

The NYU chapter of the Lambda Phi Epsilon fraternity has been suspended indefinitely by both the University and the national fraternity after racist GroupMe messages concerning the public outrage in Minnesota were leaked on...

Senior Associate VP for Student Affairs Tom Ellett Responds to Reports of Mistreatment, Exploitation...

Three months ago, Cam Mesinger, a former Weinstein Resident Assistant and NYU Gallatin 2020 graduate, was on duty with their RA team. They were in a situation late at night where a first-year student...

Senior Associate VP for Student Affairs Tom Ellett Departs NYU After 19 Years

Senior Associate VP for Student Affairs Tom Ellett will be retiring after nearly 2 decades at NYU to join Quinnipiac University as their Chief Student Experience Officer.  Ellett also served as part of Residential Life...

NYU’s Class of 2020 Graduates Over Livestream

NYU’s Class of 2020 graduated from the comfort of their homes. Though the ceremony usually takes place at Yankee Stadium, this year it was held over livestream on Wednesday, May 20 as a temporary...

NYU Announces Intent to Return to In Person Classes in the Fall

In an email sent on Tuesday, May 19 to students, NYU Provost Katherine Fleming announced a series of plans being considered by the university in order to avoid a fully remote semester for the...

CARES Act Funding ‘Yet to be Received,’ NYU Shanghai Returns and an Uncertain Fall...

NYU has yet to receive funding from the CARES Act — a law that provides funding to universities so they can offer emergency grants to students affected by the pandemic — according to an...

Campaigning During the COVID-19 Pandemic

From her Chelsea apartment, Lindsey Boylan props her phone on her desk, adjusts her light and presses record. “Essential workers like grocery store clerks, nursing home aids and hospital custodians deserve special benefits under the...

Students Create Mutual Aid Network to Help Those Affected by Pandemic

Citing NYU’s poor administrative response to the pandemic, students have created a mutual aid network via Instagram to assist those most affected by the pandemic.  The network — which laid out its goals on Sunday,...

NYU Testing Requirements Remain Unchanged for Class of 2025

As high schoolers prepare for the upcoming college application season during the coronavirus, many institutions across the United States have decided to abandon standardized testing requirements. NYU will not do the same. “NYU is not...

Three NYU Professors Inducted into American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Three NYU professors were elected as American Academy of Arts and Sciences fellows — one of the most prestigious scholarly honors — on Thursday, April 23.  The new fellows are English Professor Emerita Mary Carruthers,...

Teaching Assistants Plan a ‘Sick-Out’ Strike

NYU Teaching Assistants plan to collectively take three consecutive sick days starting Wednesday, May 6 to demonstrate their essential role at the university and protest NYU’s lack of support for graduate students.  The strike will...

Students Voice Concern Over NYU Pandemic Response

Before the floor opened to comments, the first town hall hosted by Students Demanding Care started with a somber offering of condolences to those in NYU’s community who have COVID-19 and those who have...
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