Panel explores women in academia

The role of women in academics was discussed during a panel hosted by NYU’s Law Women on Oct. 6 in Vanderbilt Hall. The panel is part of their ongoing series called “Day in the...

Seeing pink during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, various organizations around campus have organized various fundraising events to promote research and raise awareness of symptoms. On Oct. 9, the NYU Muslim Student Association organized various events...

Entrepreneur boot camp inspires next generation of innovators

The Entrepreneurs Challenge Boot Camp features an insightful talk by Bob Dorf, serial entrepreneur.

Veterans Graduate 12-Week Tandon Entrepreneurship Class

Veterans know how to innovate, how to do a lot with little and how to thrive in difficult situations. Teaching them how to apply this knowledge to entrepreneurship was the goal of a 12-week...

Traffic cameras introduced to promote safer driving

The city announced on Tuesday that it would be installing the first new traffic cameras near PS 95 in the Bronx as part of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s recently implemented campaign, Vision Zero. The...

Policy scholars host discussion on importance of Latino vote

Latino policy experts from across the country conversed the demographic's potential political power.

SLAM Plans to Take Matters Into Their Own Hands

After a three-month break from its campaign to get a student on the NYU Board of Trustees, NYU's Student Labor Action Movement met in Washington Square Park this past Monday to continue discussing ways...

CUNY faculty, students community protest policy

CUNY protestors respond to Board of Trustee decisions, including hiring of David Petraeus and draft of Policy on Expressive Activities.

SJP protest sparks social media debate

Students take to Twitter and Facebook to discuss the flyer controversy.

Flu Shot-Free Professor Fired

NYU School of Medicine psychiatry professor Leonore Tiefer was recently fired — for not receiving her annual flu shot. In Tiefer’s termination letter, she was told that since the School of Medicine had not...

Journalist reflects on Arab Spring

Charles Sennot, co-founder and editor-at-large of the Boston-based GlobalPost, gave a lecture on the aftermath of the Arab Spring.

Living in Astor Place cube isn’t for squares

NYU Residential Life and Housing Services will open the Astor Place Cube as a freshman residence hall for the 2014-2015 school year.