Illegal downloading popular at NYU

In a recent study, ScanEye found NYU to be one of the biggest offenders of illegal downloading.

Talks on diversity receive mixed feedback from students

After President Sexton and other NYU administrators hosted an extensive talk on diversity last week, many students are pleased to see the university is taking the issue seriously, while some fear the administration has...

Blue Lights Aim to Improve Campus Safety

NYU is making the campus more lit — the university is updating its emergency call boxes, also called blue light locations, by making them more visible. NYU currently has nine working locations around its Manhattan...

Justin Trudeau Talks Politics at Kimmel

Justin Trudeau continued with his quest to steal every North American heart when he came to NYU on Thursday afternoon. The Prime Minister of Canada engaged in a lively question and answer session with...

Students Say Syrian Refugees Still Deserve Attention

As part of Syrian Refugee Awareness Week, Sarab Al-Jijakli, Founding National President of the Network of Arab American Professionals, came to Kimmel to inform students about the Syrian refugee crisis on Tuesday evening Syria has...

Protests Begin to Slow Down Post-Thanksgiving

Protests erupted across the country after the election, and some weeks had multiple every day. However, after a full stomach of turkey and a couple days off, the scene outside Trump Tower — secret...

NYU Removes Question Regarding Criminal History From Its Application

NYU unboxed a summer surprise on Monday when it announced that hopeful Violets' criminal histories will no longer be factored in the application process — to an extent. While the Common Application asks applicants to...

NYU Student Sentenced to 45 Days in Jail for Albatross Murders

Tisch junior Christian Gutierrez was sentenced to 45 days in jail for his involvement in a case that left over 15 albatrosses slaughtered in a Hawaii nature reserve in December 2015. In addition to...

Clean Start program gives students leg up in tech industry

NYU recently announced its new Clean Start program, which will provide 15 people with training and networking opportunities to help them launch a career in the energy industry. The certificate program*, which was unveiled...

Student-workers Fight for 15 on National Day of Action

NYU students endured the rain in Washington Square Park on Tuesday to protest the university’s refusal to raise student laborers’ wages to $15 an hour by 2018. Students, holding signs with "#FightFor15" on them, joining...

All You Need to Know About the IEC Sit-In

Incarceration to Education Coalition organizers and supporters secured both a recorded phone meeting with Common Application CEO Paul Mott and the promise of a meeting with NYU President Hamilton Saturday night after occupying the...

Faculty Discuss NYU’s Ties to Abu Dhabi

Faculty members decided to host an open forum to discuss NYU’s relationship with the UAE and the existence of academic freedom at NYU Abu Dhabi.
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