From Combat to Classroom, NYU Vets Face Challenges

Transitioning to life at NYU can be challenging, confusing and expensive — especially for veterans. According to the most recent statistic from the Veterans Association, there are currently 452 GI Bill students studying undergraduate and...

Students’ Social Impact Organization Targets Local Communities

Students from NYU and St. John’s University competed to create a social impact in their local communities by solving social and environmental dilemmas at the Sila Connection’s annual conference on April 2 and 3. Founded...

Clive Thompson shares journalistic wisdom

A journalist at Wired and New York Times Magazine, Clive Thompson spoke at the NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute’s Inside Out session on Sept. 23, where he shared his experiences and promoted his...

How Will Trump’s Policies Affect You? We Broke It Down

When Donald Trump was elected president last week, it left a lot of students at NYU wondering where their place in the world might be, as evidenced by the protests against his victory as well as...

NYC Department of Education revises discipline policies

NYC Department of Education reforms disciplinary code to minimize suspensions.

Palladium Leaks

Students are trickling up and down the stairs of Palladium now that its elevators have sprung leaks. On Tuesday at around 9 p.m., water began leaking from the ceilings of the non-special interest floor elevators...

Shots Fired Near Broadway and West 3rd, No Injuries Reported

Updated 12:25 p.m. Shots were fired near Broadway and West 3rd St. — a few minutes away from the NYU Bookstore, NYU’s 194 Mercer St. and the Washington Square Park campus — late last night,...

Coles Redevelopment Plan architects introduced

The architects of the Coles Redevelopment Plan requested student input for the new facilities at an open discussion hosted by the Student Senators Council at the Global Center for Academic and Spiritual Life on Thursday. Students...

New Yorkers Reflect on the PAUSE

Two days before New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced New York State On PAUSE — a policy mandating non-essential workers remain at home — Tom Birchard made the tough decision to temporarily close his...

President Hamilton Didn’t Attend President’s Service Awards

President Andrew Hamilton did not attend the annual President's Service Awards, at which he was expected to recognize selected students and student groups. He attended the event last year. “President Hamilton makes many University events, but...

NYU Offers Students Abroad Remote Classes

NYU students currently studying abroad were offered the chance to return home and take classes remotely amid impending threats of the coronavirus at many NYU sites, according to an email sent out Tuesday, March...

Fifty Years After Stonewall, Talk Revisits NYU’s History With the LGBTQ Community

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots — which are often credited as the catalyst for the gay liberation movement — NYU Skirball hosted a discussion about how liberation is...
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